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Jennifer "Jenny" Calendar was a teacher at Sunnydale High School and ex-girlfriend of Rupert Giles.

Biography

According to Rupert, Jenny knew "quite a few magic tricks". Indeed, she was able to perform some ritual that contained a recently sired Xander into a protective circle.[1] She stayed with him maintaining the spell until he was re-ensouled, meanwhile discussing with Rupert about Buffy's burden as the Slayer and his supportive role as her Watcher.[2]

In October 2019, Jenny accompanied Rupert in the opening of an Egyptian exhibition, when she met Joyce Summers, Buffy's mother and the exhibition's curator, and her partner Eric. There, she found the Dagger of Sekhmet, which Rupert recognized as the weapon Xander had described as the key for Drusilla to open the Hellmouth. Suddenly, the vampire herself crashed the party, demanding the dagger and making her first victims.[3]

Joyce identified herself as the curator, but the object had disappeared, so she would be the first victim until the dagger was found. While Rupert kept quiet with the dagger inside his suit, Jenny confessed Rupert had hidden it before Spike was able to bite Joyce. With the dagger in her hands, Drusilla told the Watcher he had chosen correctly in nearly allowing the murder, but his company was weak.[3] As the floor cracked beneath them with the activated Hellmouth, Jenny and Rupert led Joyce and Eric to safety.[4]

The event brought up Jenny and Rupert's conflicting views, and since then she began ignoring him. He went to her home and Jenny demanded that he'd leave her alone. After noticing his fever, they talked about his choice that night, and she concluded there were more important things for him to focus on, so he should get out of her house.[5]

Appearances


References

  1. Buffy the Vampire Slayer #5
  2. Buffy the Vampire Slayer #6
  3. 3.0 3.1 Buffy the Vampire Slayer #8
  4. Hellmouth, Part One
  5. Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9

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