- Jul 29, 2016
They should've sent Rona and Kennedy in first, then when the Ubervamps are feasting on them, they could've killed a few whilst the ubervamps were distracted.
Try more like nearly impossible, since the only time that we ever actually saw anything like that happen was in Season 4, when Adam literally tore a vampire's head off. Neither Faith nor Spike have been shown as having the kind of strength necessary to accomplish anything like that.I think that Spike and Faith are just very physical fighters who like to use their fists, but actually that was pretty stupid of them because it'll take a while to beat the vamps to death.
Except for the Angel cartoon (which I thought was funny!). Significant that Angel's blind?his growth and maturity by doing neither
Nice! Don't think I'd noticed this.I loved that Andrew has a motorbike on his t-shirt (I'm reading as a reference to Spike).
I think the early Greeks (Plato) thought the soul tingled/stung - so he's in good company.As he burns, Spike believes he can feel his soul.
Might be her town but it was Spike's sign. TBH, it's the bit that upsets me most!The Sunnydale sign falls into the crater
Can you picture it? He's seen the woman he loves kissing his greates enemy and instead of falling apart he comes home and draws a picture and hits the punching bag. Like he says, he has no pride, and his love for her means he'll accept pretty much anything.Except for the Angel cartoon (which I thought was funny!). Significant that Angel's blind?
I loved the falling sign, it felt like Spike's last actMight be her town but it was Spike's sign. TBH, it's the bit that upsets me most!
Do you notice Angel's face when Buffy said that ? For me he looks thoughtful and I believe he is thinking of "I will remember you" and their perfect normal day together" or maybe it's just the Bangel in me lolBuffy saying 'What was the highlight of our relationship? When you broke up with me or when I killed you?'
The First: "Oh no...(looks down at Buffy's wound reflected on its body) ow! Mommy, this mortal wound is all...itchy". Can't help thinking that this line - which is the line that energisers her - draws a parallel between them. His "stingy" soul makes him mortal - fully a man. Her itchy wound (which - as a Freudian I read as the absence of a penis) makes her fully a women. When they come together at the end they come together as William/Spike and Buffy. As mortals their time is brief but their love burns fiercely and brightly. What keeps them apart is their duty - as slayer and as Champion. Yay - poetic prose is much more interesting than writing handbooks (I'm procrastinating again). TBH, I think since Joyce died (and before) Buffy's been "wounded" by the fear she let her mum down by being a slayer and - at this moment - she realises she didn't. That was the First's big mistake - referencing her mother.his love for her means he'll accept pretty much anything.
I didn't think of that. Yes that's probably what he is thinking about, and she'll never knowDo you notice Angel's face when Buffy said that ? For me he looks thoughtful and I believe he is thinking of "I will remember you" and their perfect normal day together" or maybe it's just the Bangel in me lol
Splainy please. I don't understand this and I want to.It also annoys met that Angel says 'I'm not getting any older', but he can't spare any of the years he has to devote to his son ( just a pet peeve of mine)
So true. I always thought that.Do you notice Angel's face when Buffy said that ? For me he looks thoughtful and I believe he is thinking of "I will remember you" and their perfect normal day together" or maybe it's just the Bangel in me lol
I see, well off topic from this thread but Connor was pretty far gone at this point. He was about to kill a whole bunch of people. I think of it as a parent making a decision to give their child up for adoption. Its not because the parent doesn't love the child but the parent loves the child so much that they want the child to have a better life than they can give them. The only way that Angel could take away his child's pain and give him a better life was to give him a better life, one that he felt (debatable if this is true) he could not have provided. Its a very Angel thing to do. He left Buffy so she could have a better life, he sacrificed his own time with Connor so he could have a better life.One of my annoyances with Angel is with how he dealt with Connor. Instead of wiping his memory, I'd wished Angel had decided to spend some of his immortality taking care of his very damaged son.
I don't think it was debatable at all. He couldn't. I mean the only way he could was by doing what he did. Which is why you see, when Connor remembers everything, he's well adjusted- because he has that "normality" from which to find his center. He would have never had that with Angel because he never had that. His upbringing was anything but normal.one that he felt (debatable if this is true) he could not have provided.