I know I haven't been on this site much lately, more active on Slay Alive. Question is anybody can answer it. Very early in OMWF, we see the Scoobies in the Magic Box. Buffy has a pencil and a loose leaf pad. Here's what the script says:
"Anya is looking at a bridal magazine, Xander, Willow and Tara are in research mode. Willow and Tara make notes, while Buffy also writes intently in a loose-leaf pad."
I stopped the action to see what Buffy was writing/drawing, but I can't make sense out of it. My best guess is she's just shading in the space on the page, starting from the edges and moving to the center. Can anyone see any more pattern in it than that?
Zhandele 14:48, September 28, 2010 (UTC)
This has to be my favorite episode by far. I always thought that Spike and Buffy should be together and this was the episode where they had their first kiss, so that may be one of the reasons I like it so much. Plus all the dancing and singing is pretty funny, too. Who agrees that this is the best of the best?
Arielpen 16:49, October 1, 2010 (UTC)
Spike in "Walk Through the Fire"
What do you interpret Spike's line "First he'll kill her; then I'll save her" as? It implies to me that he plans, initially, to let Sweet defeat Buffy and leave her for dead, at which point he would come swooping in to "save" her by siring her. But that wouldn't make much sense with Sweet's method of killing people... I can't recall - was Spike aware of the combustion? Qing Guang 17:32, November 10, 2010 (UTC)
I really don't think we are supposed to read that much into it. I see what your saying but it was a joke. this was before he knew about the chip not activating with Buffy so he assumed he wouldn't have been able to sire or kill anyway. he was getting carried away by the song, he was pissed but he would never hurt Buffy. (Well he did once but that was complicated). Millsnj09 09:33, November 11, 2010 (UTC)