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"I actually thought the candy was better this time." "Really?" "I don't know, the popcorn was too buttery. Salt is the heart of the popcorn, butter is just fluff that makes it tastier, but you could do without it." "So you like your popcorn salty rather than buttery?" "Yep." "That's nice." Oz grinned, that cute little pull on the corner of his mouth, which made her heart flutter like butterfly wings, and her knees turn to mashed potatoes mixed with jello. Mushy, yet slippery. Thinking about this rather odd combination and slightly disgusting combination, Willow changed the subject. "Are we gonna...
The BTVS writers worked hard to make the show so deep and intelligent. To incite strong feelings and make you really think about what was going on in the show. But there are some scenes that I think I was watching wrong. Times when I'm sure that what I was supposed to be thinking and what I was actually thinking were quite different. Scenes like these:
1. S5 Ep4 'Out of my mind' where we see Buffy & Spike kiss, then find out it is Spike dreaming. I was supposed to think: What's going on? Buffy cheating on Riley with Spike? Spike loves Buffy? is this a dream? A spell? I was actually thinking:...