Buffy Episode Endings Quiz - By CrimsonE
Buffy and Angel's tragic love story is one of the most famous in TV. To watch the first ever episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is to be very. "Once More, with Feeling" is the seventh episode of the sixth season of the supernatural drama .. At the end of the episode, Buffy kisses Spike, initiating a romance that she hides from her friends. .. for the rise in musical television episodes or series such as Glee, citing the popularity of High School Musical instead. Angel tried to pick up the slayer mantle by recreating Buffy's ex as a kind of Whedon ended up directing a first-season episode of Glee, which Murphy at . serious themes, and soapy relationships back to the vampire slayer.
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The difference here is that people never warmed up to Kennedy as a character and still complain about her to this day. It was strange to see Willow in a relationship while still grieving for Tara, and even if the show tried to handle that as best as it could, Kennedy was such a strange person for Willow to end up with.
Kennedy was a spoiled brat, different from Willow, but in a way that stretched the concept of opposites attract to its limits. Still, the series pursued the pairing and they remained together throughout all of season seven.
Spike and Drusilla Unlike most of the other characters on this list, Spike and Drusilla were actually introduced as a couple. They brought a new layer not just to the couples that were seen on the show, but as also to the mythology as a whole.
They were an example to the audience that vampires actually could feel and share passionate love even if they did not have a soul. They were utterly devoted to each other, even as they tore up Sunnydale and launched numerous plots to bring down the slayer and her friends. They dated for a while, spent the first couple weeks hanging out and when they finally slept together he totally abandoned her and ignored her completely.
Buffy and Angel For most people, this is the pinnacle. This was the relationship that broke through to the mainstream. It was a pairing so popular that it allowed Angel to move on to his own spinoff series even after he and Buffy broke up.
It was a classic doomed romance. They were never going to last, but never really had to deal with that until the third season. David Boreanaz returned the favor with two brief Buffy season 4 appearances. Yet after season 1 of Angel, the crossovers only went one way. Angel rarely showed up on Buffy, reprising his role for the series finale and one other dramatic moment but Buffy never made her back to Angel. The reason for keeping the two apart was about as boring as it can be imagined-- contract negotiations.
For its first five seasons Buffy was on one network, The WB. When Angel launched as a spin-off during Buffy season 4, it obviously called the same network home. Yet after Buffy season 5, the flagship series moved to new network UPN.
Even though Buffy and Angel were still taking place in the same universe, it became a huge headache to negotiate between the rival networks about which actors could appear on what series. Angel and Buffy would only crossover when it was deemed "necessary. Angel relied on Buffy a little heavily in the early offing. This reunion happens off-camera, on both series. Angel and Buffy have a phone conversation, on their respective series.
Ultimately, the characters are left in just as much dark as the audience. In all honesty, this is superior to what likely happened-- lots of tears. There were two great loves for Buffy and both were vampires.
The debate of who was better for Buffy continues to rage. Even though Buffy inexplicably decided that she was in love with Riley right after they broke up, no one counts Riley as a serious love interest.
In the comics, that extended the story of Buffy and Angel outside the TV shows, Buffy has had several serious and meaningful relationships. Buffy had a brief fling with another slayer, named Satsu. I just adore Anya and Spike. They have always had a connection with each other. Going all the way back to "Where the Wild Things Are" in season four, they've been commiserating with each other about their love lives and their new "human"-ness They're both ex-evil doers who have been, somewhat reluctantly, stuck with the Scoobie gang.
Both of them are older much older and are more willing to lay themselves on the line for love. Maybe he and Anya are the strongest because they're the ones who will take chances and really "live. They could make it in the world without the Scoobies, but they can't seem to break free. When Xander is shouting at Anya about sleeping with Spike, insulting both of them, you just want to tell him to shut up. Spike and Anya have saved the Scoobies lives many times and they deserve more than the tired "souless evil demon" song and dance.
Things aren't that black and white anymore and Xander knows it. Spike always sticks up for the underdog. And as Xander rages on and Anya seems feel guilty, Spike finally announces that he was "good enough for Buffy.Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Buffy And Angel First Time
A woman who he respects and feels connected to. On the down side, am I suppose to be on Xander and Buffy's side in this episode? The two of them treated Spike and Anya like dirt all season. Also, I think that had Xander should had been listening to Patsy Cline music when he was all depressed at the Bronze.
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It would have fit in with his country songs are the "music of pain" thing from season one's "Prophesy Girl.
I want to know if she's Cecily or not. My favorite part of the episode: The Trio desperately trying to disconnect their camera surveillance system before Buffy can find them