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posted by charmed-buffy
"Giles, care? I'm putting my life on the line, battling the undead. Look, I broke a nail, ok? I'm wearing a press-on. The least you could do is exhibit some casual interest; you can go hmm."
Season 1

"I'm sixteen years old. I don't wanna die."
Season 1

"It's my first day! I was afraid that I was gonna be behind in all my classes, that I wouldn't make any friends, that I would have last month's hair. I didn't think there'd be vampires on campus"
Season 1

"My diary? You read my diary? That is not okay! A diary is like a person's most private place! You don't even know what I was writing about!'Hunk'can...
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posted by mimialliwell
Lyrics to the song in Buffy's prophetic dream during the episode Hush (Season 4 Episode 10)

Can't even shout
Can't even cry
The gentlemen are coming by
Looking in windows
Knocking on doors
They need to take seven
And they might take yours
Can't call to mum
Can't say a word
You're gonna die screaming
But you won't be heard

The song clues the Scooby gang in on what the gentlemen do:
They need to take seven
And they might take yours

Refers to the seven hearts they need to collect
You're gonna die screaming
But you won't be heard

Refers the fact that the Gentlemen take away their voices
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Oh my, that's unsightly!
Oh my, that's unsightly!
I was browsing soapboxes one day a few months ago when I came across a drinking game set around the show Supernatural, written by Bealoser. This made me remember a time from high school when my best friend and I participated in a Buffy drinking game(bad girls, i know!). Our only criteria for taking a shot was when a vampire was slain or we spotted a visible bra strap, the latter being fairly often considering that it was an episode from either season 2 or season 3.

While browsing link, I realized that there were countless things in Buffy that could trigger a drink, so I started writing down...
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Angel Buffy and Riley  "The Yoko Factor"
Angel Buffy and Riley "The Yoko Factor"
As we all look back Season 4. Buffy fell in love with a commando guy who works for underground secert society called the "Intiative". Riley Finn a man who never had a girlfriend in his life until there was Buffy. There relationship was very hard for them in Seasons 4 and 5. Season 4 was about trust and care. When Riley found out about "Angel". He flipped out on Buffy. Like felt that was loosing her in that season. Buffy was trying to make Riley understand her feelings towards Angel.

Season 5 was the worst act yet for Briley. When Buffy first met the famous vampire name "Dracula".Riley was feeling...
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New York City WB Television Fall 1999 Season Annoucement
New York City WB Television Fall 1999 Season Annoucement
Sarah Michelle Gellar and David Boreanaz have created one of the best (if not the best one) TV couple of all time! What made them so special, what was the reason they were so real ?

One word: Chemistry. This is the key. And it's not only about the great working relationship they had, but it's even more about how they felt about each other in real life. You can see a lot of screen couples which in a movie or series play great loves but in reality barely stand each other (e.g.Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey), or simply don't share any special friendship, just regular working relationship. The...
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20.Spike & Harmony. Please don't kill me...but I hated Harmony in that relationship. It wasn't until the episode, "Disharmony" in Angel that I found out how funny she was. But while she was dating Spike...I was just as annoyed by her as Spike was. And I was pretty annoyed at Spike for going for a chick like that. I mean, sure. They were funny at some points, but the two characters are WAY funnier standing on their own. I just hated this couple. Ugh.

19.Wesley & Cordelia. Haha, I don't really hate this couple. It's just...they weren't magical. They were hilarious, yes, but definitly not...
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posted by Dragonclaws
Tara's good magic
Tara's good magic
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, while at its most core element is about a girl fighting vampires, featured a wide variety of supernatural elements throughout the course of the show. One of these elements is magic, and more specifically witchcraft. Witchcraft has appeared in several different forms, from evil to neutral to self-destructive to pure good tied into the feminist nature of the show.

Our first look at witchcraft is in the season one episode “The Witch”, in which Amy’s crazy mother hurts everyone in her path with her evil magic on her way to becoming a cheerleading superstar. Here witchcraft...
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posted by adwbuffy
In here talks about my favorite seasons like SEASONS: 2,5,6,&7.I have many reasons why for each seasons, like: Moments,Storylines, Chemistry, Relationships, Experiences, and Understanding.

+Season 2+

For Season 2, it was the something much darker. On relationships with: Buffy & Angel, Spike & Drusilla. In the season what mostly based on Buffy's relationship with Angel, like experiencing moment true happiness, this season was amazing like I never knew it and was interesting to know about Angel's curse of soul. As I follow along in the Season, Buffy was actually the only person I feel...
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Persons have always assumed the origins of 5x5 are military in nature. That is indeed the case. On a communications scale over radio a perfect signal is rated a five, all degrees lesser being 4x5, 3x5 etc. until reaching zero which of course cannot be transmitted due to no reception is now available.
But where does the scale come from? In truth its also military and interesting in itself.
Before the advent of computers transmission of voice was simply done by radio, but transmission of "text" items was done by a teletypewriter device. In order for information not to have to be retyped every...
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Season 6


1.) Disc 2- Click on "Once More, With Feeling". Click on "Language Selection". Move your cursor to the left of the word, "SUBTITLES" and a glowing yellow B appears. It is a video clip with funny extras and behind the scenes of OMWF release of the soundtrack signing, with Joss Whedon, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Amber Benson.

2.) Disc 5- Click the episode "Normal Again". Click on "Language Selection." Move your cursor to the left of the word, "SUBTITLES" and a glowing yellow B appears and you can click on it. It tells you you can download a call sheet.
****to do that, close out of windows...
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When I heard the rumours of a Buffy movie I, like most fans, got caught up in all the excitement. Even though it's not happening as far as we know. But I actually think a new video game would be a far better idea.

Firstly, a movie if not done right has so many chances to go wrong and ruin people's memories of Buffy, but I don't see that danger in a game. If something you hate happens in a movie it's cannon, but video games aren't. So they go with a plot you dislike? not a problem it never happened.

Also, they can set it whenever they want. Your favourite character was killed off before the end?...
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The hot water hit her icy cold skin; feeling like pricks of ice, at the same time burning her. The whole experience was shockingly pleasant. After quickly shampooing her hair, she heard the door creak open. She peaked through the shower curtain just to be certain it was him-- of course it was. He was stripping down, pulling off his jeans then folding them neatly on the counter. Dawn grinned.

Exactly thirty seconds later (Dawn counted silently in her head) Connor stepped in the shower from behind her and slipped his hand around her waist. His cold skin brought back the pricks.

"Sorry I took so...
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While watching my DVD set box for Season Four of "BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER", I came across this Thanksgiving episode called (4.08) "Pangs" and wrote the following article about it:


"BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER" RETROSPECT: (4.08) "Pangs"

Season Four has never been that popular with fans of "BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER". It was the first season that did not feature the vampire Angel as a regular character. And it marked the beginning of Buffy Summer's romance with university teaching assistant/Army demon hunter Riley Finn. And many fans were not that thrilled by the Initiative storyline. I have never...
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Dracula
Dracula
Dracula was the historical Vlad Ţepeş. He claimed to have killed more people than God’s plagues combined before he was ever a vampire, and made reference to impaling people in times past (such as those who failed to show him deference, for example).

He met and “hung out” with Anyanka, a vengeance demon and Patron Saint of Scorned Women, when she was about 700 years old. Anyanka had cursed a man by making him incredibly obese, and Dracula complimented her by saying that the man was doomed forever.

In 2000, Dracula came to Sunnydale, a Californian town which lay on a Hellmouth and was home...
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posted by Faiiiiithh
It takes a teenager to love this teenager... Really. Take a poll. Dawn didn't appeal to the older crowd... But I don't think she was meant to. Buffy the Vampire Slayer was not created to appeal to a general audience.. It was for everyone. (Sure, mostly girls, but the guys were not excluded from the inner Buffy-loving circle.) So Buffy moved up in life. No more School. That's where Dawn comes in. Those teenage years are the hardest, (or so it seems then, but they're hard as hell.) and Dawn was there to represent that exact universal issue. Sure, her school life was not seen very much, but it...
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer’s final television airing might have been as far back as 2003 (disregarding the repeats since, of course), but the popularity of Sarah Michelle Gellar’s cult kick-ass character is still strong. To capitalise on this, 505 Games has announced a deal with Warner Bros. to bring Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Sacrifice to the Nintendo DS.

Currently being worked on by Romanian development studio Beast, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Sacrifice mixes third and first-person action to provide what 505 Games promises is “like nothing else on the Nintendo DS.” Based on the original...
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You know you’re a Buffy fan when…

You can sing all the songs from “Once More with Feeling” from memory…and if you can’t you stare at the words until they are engrained in your brain.

You can quote Buffy verse that is appropriate for every moment…and your friends look at you like you’ve grown a third eye.

You spend your grocery money on the complete Buffy series boxed set

You stay up till 2 in the morning watching reruns on fanpop

You spend hours searching for the imitation Claddagh ring Kohl’s has in their jewelry department

You decide to take up ice skating after watching “What’s...
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I've been seeing something different about the two characters. Buffy a slayer who is off track with her slayage and Spike a vampire with a government chip in his head and fallen in love with Buffy.

SEASON 6

Buffy and Spike's relationship in this season was about understanding,compassion,denial,feelings developing so quickly and rape. Buffy who was brought back to life by her own friends being ripped out of "Heaven" crawling out her grave. Feeling very shacky,and disoritented from crawling a grave. Spike his character about having that bad boy act around Buffy, making her feel for him very sexual....
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♥♥So since tomorrow's Valentine's I thought why no not post it today? I just wanted to say Happy Valentines Day Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans! Here in this article you will read the 5 best Valentines Day episodes to watch of ‘Buffy’ put together by me:♥♥

#1 Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered- the beginning of this episode actual takes place on Valentines Day, and it is the perfect episode to watch for any ‘Buffy’ fan on Valentines Day!

#2 I Was Made to Love You- this episode I feel it was all about Buffy feeling like she needed to find someone, a normal someone. This episode,...
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Joyce Summers (Kristine Sutherland)
Joyce Summers (Kristine Sutherland)
Buffy and her mother, Joyce, are at a mall discussing Buffy’s desire to buy a revealing dress (which, in Joyce’s opinion, makes Buffy look like a streetwalker, although Buffy tries to correct her, saying “a thin streetwalker”).

Joyce and Buffy split up to each do an important errand before the mall closes. On her way to the store, Buffy sees a guy wearing a cowboy hat romancing a girl, but also notices he has no reflection in a nearby mirror. She follows him upstairs, scares the girl off and fights with him until he runs away.

She returns to her mom, but has forgotten about her errand,...
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