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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2013 10:50 
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they were being written by Buffy after she got better
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Yeah, but why did you get that from them? I genuinely remember very little about that season so wondering if I missed something at the time or have just forgotten it all.


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I honestly don't remember.

Also, it could have been season 9.

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Bloody Hell, don't watch The Body when you're drunk.

"She's cold."
"The body is cold?"
"No. My mom is cold."

Jesus.

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After five series and fifteen episodes, Gellar suddenly looks like she can act. And then she's called upon to be sick, and normalness resumes and she's rubbish. But then Giles arrives and she's good again. And then Giles is awesome. And then fucking Tracenburg who is shit. And then Hannigan is brilliant, and continues to be for the whole episode (like she's been in the whole show, ever). And then thank God for Xander, cave-manning his belming way into the scene. Ug Xander Ug.

And then Anya, not understanding. From nowhere, she goes from being comic relief and then she tears out your heart.

Fruit punch. And no-one will explain to her why.

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 Post subject: Re: Buffy The Vampire Slayer
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Don't watch The Body when you're drunk.

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Holy crap, Xander just said "the Avengers gotta get with the assembling."

That's some prophetic shit.

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Anya just said that she wished that Joyce didn't die. As far as I'm aware, that's the only wish she made outside of "The Wish" (yay Evil Willow) in the while damn thing.

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Wasn't The Body the only episode that got nominated for an award or something? That and Hush were both absolutely superb. I bloody love Buffy, got me through my teenage years.


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The Body is also the only episode with no background music at all. And that very weird bit where the dialogue of the doctor skips when Buffy asks if her mum would have died painlessly. He's heard to say 'I'm going to lie to you' (or similar) and his mouth moves around different words. Odd.

Also, Hush (from S4) was great for the opposite. No dialogue, all music.

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There's going to be a Radio 4 show about Buffy on boxing day:

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Duration: 30 minutes
First broadcast: Thursday 26 December 2013
With Naomi Alderman.

The last episode of cult TV series Buffy The Vampire Slayer was broadcast in Britain ten years ago. At the time, Naomi believed that the show would lead to the creation of a host of other strong and complex female leads - who would inspire young women in the same way Buffy had inspired her.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03m7zmq

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Giles was on the Saturday Kitchen Christmas Bites thing on Saturday - the intro was "...been in some of the best shows ever shown on TV - Buffy the Vampire Slayer, <other stuff but no Kenco>".


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I finished watched Buffy on the weekend. Such lame ending, really, especially considering how good the rest of the season (anmd previous seasons) were. No one seemed to have an ounce of sense when to came to planning or what to do, and it got a bit dues-exy at the end there. Infact all of the Buffy season finales are shit and a complete let down :/

Got the last season of Angel to go, then I'll start on the comics.

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More or less every Buffy season was the last, s far as they knew at the planning stage. Endings had to be written to be final but also to leave the door open. Quality suffered. Blame the networks.


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I quite liked the one with the snake headmaster (3?), and the finale of S02 is in my top ten ever episodes.

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I was just about to say that, the last episode of series 2 is brilliant.
Just started watching this again from the start, should keep me busy for a while!


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The Radio 4 program about Buffy is on iPlayer at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03m7zmq

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The Radio 4 program about Buffy is on iPlayer at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03m7zmq

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a specialist subject on Mastermind on BBC1 in a minute!

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I got all of them apart from the name of the puppet and the place the mummy came from. It was only series 1 and 2 so Gill should nail it.

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What's your top ten?

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Grim... wrote:
What's your top ten?

Crikey, ummm.

In no particular order (as otherwise I'll keep reordering it until the end of time):

Once More, With Feeling (S6 E7) - obv
Doppelgangland (S3 E16) - hot vampire Willow
Chosen (S7 E22) - great finale
The Wish (S3 E9) - fun alternate timeline
Tabula Rasa (S6 E8) - Giles and Anya rarely got to play off each other, but this is them at their best
Fool for Love (S5 E7) - punk Spike and some good backstory
Halloween (S2 E6) - fun episode with everyone playing different characters
Restless (S4 E22) - excellent dreams!
Band Candy (S3 E6) - Rebel Giles is worth it alone
I Only Have Eyes for You (S2 E19) - great story

As you can see, I like the comedy/alternate reality episodes the best. Bear in mind I watched some of these a long time ago, so I may have missed some corkers. I could've easily done a top 20 (I won't though).

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No Hush or The Body?

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I've just realised that I rewatched my top "ten" so I could put them in order and then didn't put them in order.

Fuxake.

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No Hush or The Body?

I read the synopses and couldn't remember them very well, so couldn't really put them in my top ten.

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I'm more concerned by the lack of "conversations with dead people" which still manages to creep me out.


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Dr Zoidberg wrote:
I'm more concerned by the lack of "conversations with dead people" which still manages to creep me out.

That was on my list - the bits with Dawn were properly scary.

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Dr Zoidberg wrote:
I'm more concerned by the lack of "conversations with dead people" which still manages to creep me out.

It was good, but not good enough to be in my highly subjective top ten.

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No Hush or The Body?

I read the synopses and couldn't remember them very well, so couldn't really put them in my top ten.


Couldn't remember them? Blimey.


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Trooper wrote:
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No Hush or The Body?

I read the synopses and couldn't remember them very well, so couldn't really put them in my top ten.


Couldn't remember them? Blimey.

I watched the first five seasons between 3-5 years ago. Only picked it up again recently and went through 6 & 7.

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British Nervoso wrote:
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No Hush or The Body?

I read the synopses and couldn't remember them very well, so couldn't really put them in my top ten.


Couldn't remember them? Blimey.

I watched the first five seasons between 3-5 years ago. Only picked it up again recently and went through 6 & 7.


I watched Buffy about 10 years ago and haven't watched it since, yet those episodes are easily the most memorable out of the lot!


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Buffy rated by episode!

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Bah, The Body, everyone always loves that.

Admittedly there are lots of good ones to choose from. I didn't think Conversations with Dead People was any good, mostly because of the stunning incongruity of Tara not appearing.

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That's because Tara (well, the actress) was in a strop.

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I didn't know this was a thing. Well, it wasn't, but I didn't know it was even almost a thing.


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Hmmm, that could have been ok. I'd not heard of it either.


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Some kind of live stage show

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If you look on the "Discussions" tab it doesn't look like it's going very well.

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The not-bad-at-all podcast "Pop Culture Role Call" has the hosts talking about an episode of Buffy each week, but each of them has a 'character' from the show and they only watch scenes that their character was in. Only one of them has seen Buffy before (the 'Xander' character. They all hate Xander, as is proper).

Anyway, this week they finally get to The Body, which I've been waiting for pretty much since it started.
I am having great schadenfreude joy hearing how devastated they all are and agreeing when they say how clever an episode it is with the switch from dolly cameras to handhelds and the lack of any background audio.

"And it's so sad and then Anya says... Anya says, ah damnit, I wasn't going to cry," says a podcaster.
"Ho ho! You're so unhappy!" rejoyces Grim...'s brain, which - now that he's come to write this down - is a little odd, but anyway.
"Anya makes this speech, and it's amazing and it blows the room away," says the podcaster.
"Ha ha! Yes, it was amazing, and very moving," thinks Grim...'s brain.
"So anyway I wrote it down, and here it is," said the podcaster.
"Oh no," says Grim...'s brain, making its stupid useless meatbag look around at the crowded train, and firing another jolt of hell up his spine FOR FUCKING LULZ.
"I don't understand how this all happens."
"Oh no!"
"How we go through this. I mean I knew her, and the she's... there's just a body."
"Turn it off!"
"And I don't understand why she can't just get back in it and not be dead anymore."
"TURN IT OFF!"
"It's stupid! It's mortal and stupid. And Xander's crying and not talking, and I was having fruit..."
"TOO LATE, DICK-FINGERS!"

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Grim... wrote:
Keeping up with the kids as usual, I have started watching Buffy. I have, in fact, watched the first two episodes.

It's funny, isn't it? Willow makes me laugh quite a lot.

Willow: I need to sit down.
Buffy: You are sitting down.
Willow: Oh. Good for me.

It's clearly done on a budget of £100 per episode and in the ("DVD" - Ed) I've got the background goes wonky sometimes when the camera pans, but yes, I think I might like this.

I understand that I should watch Angel at certain points as the two tie together. When should I do that?

Also - Cordilia is hot.


I came to post the fact that I have just started watching Buffy (having only watched bits and bobs in the past).

I have just watched the first two episodes in fact.

I was going to say that it remains exceedingly funny. It's aged much better than I expected.

I was going to say that it feels super low budget, especially the action sequences or anything involving acrobats.

But then I see someone got in there first, 9 years ago.

That said, Cordelia is not hot. She actually looks a bit like a vampire.

In other news, when did I get so old? They look like children in this, yet when I first watched it, I always thought it laughable that these actors might be considered teenagers. David Borneazizaz especially looks like a slip of a boy.

Anyway, I wish my daughter was a bit older as I'd love to watch this with her for the first time, as I know she'd already find it hilarious, but would find the monsters scary.


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You know what always stands out to me in the first episode? Two 'teenage' girls thinking James Spader is hot.


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You know what always stands out to me in the first episode? Two 'teenage' girls thinking James Spader is hot.


Don't forget that at that time James Spader was Daniel Jackson from Stargate.

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We'll, you're right. All the girls in my school went crazy for Stargate.

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