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*Willow expressed an awareness of Lavinia and Sophronia, having met them off-screen during her rehabilitation with Giles from "[[Lessons]]" to "[[Same Time, Same Place]]"
 
*Willow expressed an awareness of Lavinia and Sophronia, having met them off-screen during her rehabilitation with Giles from "[[Lessons]]" to "[[Same Time, Same Place]]"
 
*Angel apparently was aware of Willow being a lesbian, as well as the extreme depression Buffy had in Season Six.
 
*Angel apparently was aware of Willow being a lesbian, as well as the extreme depression Buffy had in Season Six.
*Both Faith and Willow express awareness of Connor despite [[Wolfram & Hart]]'s [[reality alteration]]s regarding him. It is revealed later in the arc that when Buffy destroyed the Seed, she also unwittingly undid said alteration.
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*Both Faith and Willow express awareness of Connor despite [[Wolfram & Hart]]'s reality alterations regarding him. It is revealed later in the arc that when Buffy destroyed the Seed, she also unwittingly undid said alteration.
 
*While Willow and Angel argue over resurrecting Giles, they both mention Buffy's resurrection in "[[Bargaining, Part One]]" and all of the subsequent pain and suffering it caused the Scoobies. Despite having previously attempted to isolate [[Kennedy]] from Buffy under the belief that [[Tara Maclay|Tara]] would still be alive if she had not resurrected her, as she admitted in "[[Anywhere But Here]]", Willow insists that regardless of all of the things that negatively impacted them as a result, she has never regretted bringing Buffy back for a second.
 
*While Willow and Angel argue over resurrecting Giles, they both mention Buffy's resurrection in "[[Bargaining, Part One]]" and all of the subsequent pain and suffering it caused the Scoobies. Despite having previously attempted to isolate [[Kennedy]] from Buffy under the belief that [[Tara Maclay|Tara]] would still be alive if she had not resurrected her, as she admitted in "[[Anywhere But Here]]", Willow insists that regardless of all of the things that negatively impacted them as a result, she has never regretted bringing Buffy back for a second.
 
*Willow claimed to both Angel and Faith she was not looking to bring magic back for selfish reasons. This was later proven false in ''"[[Family Reunion, Part Three]]" ''and ''"[[Willow: Wonderland]]'', as she also mostly aimed to have her power back to not be weak anymore.
 
*Willow claimed to both Angel and Faith she was not looking to bring magic back for selfish reasons. This was later proven false in ''"[[Family Reunion, Part Three]]" ''and ''"[[Willow: Wonderland]]'', as she also mostly aimed to have her power back to not be weak anymore.
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