- I have a little bit of sympathy for poor Xander in love with Buffy, and getting flatly rejected. But I have to say, it's Willow who has my heart breaking over and over and constantly. I just have this "Xander, what the hell is wrong with you?!" reaction pretty much every episode throughout this season. She's so worth seeing - are you blind?? And I say GO GIRL to Willow for turning down the invitation to the dance. Way to stand up for yourself. Still, LOL at Xander's ...country music, the music of pain.
- Much Jenny love. I wish there had been more of her. The end is pretty seriously nigh.
- Joyce hasn't really become much more than incidental yet. Still, she has nice hair.
- Willow's astute "and they had fun" disturbs me deeply every I time I watch it. It's the recognition that badness comes in varieties, and that the ones who take pleasure in it are the worst of the worst. Creepy.
- You're in love with her. Aren't you? Yeah, yeah. I really have no interest in the Xander/Angel pissing contest. Whatever.
- The master was pretty fabulous in this episode, in my opinion. Oh good, the feeble banter portion of the fight. He was really believable. And I always wish I could erase the memory of seeing this episode and start fresh, because the whole Buffy dying deal was really scary the first time.
- Angel panting heavily while claiming to have no breath is just comical and sort of takes away from the drama of that scene - and not in a good way.
- Cordelia driving literally into the library is priceless. That's our Cordy.
- Why didn't the master's bones turn to dust? Because he's so old? I know, because they need the bones next season. Yep.
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I quit. She’d said it out loud, but she knew, even at that moment, that she didn’t mean it. It wasn’t a Cordelia-esque ploy for attention. It wasn’t a test to see if Angel or Giles would step up and take her place. It wasn’t a dramatic manipulation so she could appear all the more heroic when she stepped back in to do her duty. It wasn’t even a moment of weakness.
It was simply a moment of pain, a moment of allowing the teenaged girl to be in charge, a moment of preparation to be strong. Just a moment.
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