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Damn she's good

I was glued to my seat with Buffy anticipation. Last nights episode was so good, although I (like Everyone Else) wish it was 2 hours. I really wanted to see that little girl playing baseball hit a homerun and her father fall off the bleachers. I definitely did not see the route Josh went coming at all. I figured they couldn't kill Buffy again, it was becoming too regular. what I want to know is... SPIKE! What happened to him, how are they going to appear have him on Angel. Oh, I cant wait

You are Storm!


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May. 21st, 2003 10:10 am (UTC)
Times I wanted to cry
Dawn (to Buffy): Anything you say will sound like good-bye.

Buffy: I love you.
Spike: No, you don't. But thanks for saying so.

It was a great ending to a great series. It ended more or less as I thought it would and I'm ecstatic that Buffy gets to live a normal life now.

Also, maybe Spike didn't die. Maybe he just disappeared or something.
May. 21st, 2003 11:20 am (UTC)
Re: Times I wanted to cry
Yeah, I figure Spike didn't die, He is a vampire and the necklace seemed to be protecting him. I should be interesting to see what they say happened.

I just kept thinking about how the psychic girl who knew when she was going to die told spike, "Someday she'll tell you!" I'm glad she said it, even if spike didn't believe it. It should be interesting to see how spike develops on Angel without Buffy- his reason for getting a soul.
May. 21st, 2003 11:32 am (UTC)
Well, they killed Buffy and Angel before and brought them back (more than once) didn't they? I think that Spike will be given a "second chance" to redeem himself, and by helping and assisting Angel, he might just find some kind of redemption once and for all.

I would REALLY love a Willow spin-off or even a Dawn or Faith spin-off. How cool would that be?

I loved last nights' episode, too. It really touched me. And I miss B already.

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