From my perspective, Willow makes a great friend for Buffy. Xander really irked me when he was dishonest with Buffy about what Willow had said in her message to Buffy. After all, it is my honest opinion that a friend that is honest and yet nice about it is a good friend to have. Of course, a friendship cannot be built on dishonesty; it takes good qualities like compassion, honesty and loyalty to build up a friendship and make it grow stronger through the storms and fights of life, no matter how many there are in this life.
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.
If Buffy had died while Faith was in a coma...they wouldn't have called on another Slayer?? I mean, according to the tradition it would've required Faith's death to bring the next one along.
But then again, they don't really follow the Slayer "rules" anyway and whatever they do doesn't follow logic. Like, Kendra and Faith were good and experienced as a Slayers when they were sent to Sunnydale though it was long known that Buffy was alive after all. And even with those duos happening they still took five more seasons to realize that hey, why not make all the potential ones active...
Season Seven of "BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER" has been a favorite of mine for years. But it has been rather unpopular with many fans of the series. And I suspect that this unpopularity may have centered around the character and main villain of Season Seven – the First Evil:
"THE MEANING BEHIND THE FIRST EVIL"
If there is one nemesis that has baffled fans of "BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER" for the past six to seven years, it would have to be the First Evil. This entity first made its appearance in the Season Three episode, [i](3.10)...
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...
His grey eyes narrowed as they took in the scene in front of him, Lucius Malfoy, sitting at the counter of Helen’s Kitchen in Los Angeles, California, set his jaw in a firm line.
Buffy, her blond hair now in pigtails, was wearing a white uniform with a red-and-white-checked tablecloth pattern collar and sleeves and a red apron. Pinned to the front of her uniform was a name tag with the name “Anne” on it.
“Anything else?” she asked as she set the two plates with burgers on them in front of the trucker...
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.
Ted Buchanan was a robot duplicate of his creator, the original Ted Buchanan.
The original Ted, a sickly inventor in the 1950s, created the robot after his wife left him. It was intended to be “a better Ted”, possibly the man he should have been. The robot then kidnapped Ted’s wife and held her captive in his bunker until she died.
Subsequently, the cycle continued long after the original Ted’s death until he began to date Joyce Summers in early 1998 after redoing her computer system at her gallery....
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...
Buffy the vampire slayer rocks my mom grounds me from watching it cause I watch it to much, I know almost everything about Buffy........ I'm going to try to do a Buffy theme in my room after my uncle leaves, if anyone has ideas about what I should do for the theme please let me know.
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