- Feb 5, 2015
Can you guys stop? I'm new here and I'm already annoyed with your argument.
I think it's more like this memorable scene from Season 2.Toxic or explosive?
I can't believe I'm stuck here
spending what are probably my last
moments on earth with you!
I hope these are my last moments!
Three more seconds of you and I'm
You're gonna what? Coward!
I hate you!
I hate you!
A beat. They FALL INTO A KISS.
Actually I don't think so. Illyria was mostly focussed on getting to her army when she first 'awoke'. After she discovered that her army and dreams of conquest were dust she lost focus and kinda aimlessly hung around W&H.It did get me thinking though. Has Illyria actually killed anyone since she took Fred's body? If she has should we expect Fred to feel guilty about it since it's her body and she can remember it?
This makes her more relatable with Angel. I'm glad they're not just bringing back Fred as a treat to the fans, and her story is actually being shaped by the things she remembers in Illyria's body. That's very interesting and could add a lot of depth and growth to her character. I don't want her around just because, actually I do, but it's good that she and Illyria have that conflict because that's what the original season 6 was going to have.Yeah I was thinking to myself how's Fred going to feel about all the damage done by Illyria and then I tried to put same names to the damage and came up with nothing. She kills the team in the time hopping episode but that gets smoothed over. After the Fall is definitely canon but again that gets sent back to before anyone is killed. Other than that Illyria is either indifferent or helping the humans. Mostly talking about how great she used to be.
For the record I don't think Fred should feel any guilt for something that isn't her fault anyway. That argument does get made a lot though, that if it's your body and you can remember it then you should feel guilty.
That is an EXCELLENT point. Because, my first inclination is no. Different when it's a sweet girl, eh?It did get me thinking though. Has Illyria actually killed anyone since she took Fred's body? If she has should we expect Fred to feel guilty about it since it's her body and she can remember it?
This is an old one. Glad to see my insights stand the test of time . I must have been discussing Hyena Xander or one of the soulled vamps on another thread at the time.That is an EXCELLENT point. Because, my first inclination is no. Different when it's a sweet girl, eh?