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posted by mimialliwell
Lyrics to the song in Buffy's prophetic dream during the episode Hush (Season 4 Episode 10)

Can't even shout
Can't even cry
The gentlemen are coming by
Looking in windows
Knocking on doors
They need to take seven
And they might take yours
Can't call to mum
Can't say a word
You're gonna die screaming
But tu won't be heard

The song clues the Scooby gang in on what the gentlemen do:
They need to take seven
And they might take yours

Refers to the seven hearts they need to collect
You're gonna die screaming
But tu won't be heard

Refers the fact that the Gentlemen take away their voices
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 Oh my, that's unsightly!
Oh my, that's unsightly!
I was browsing soapboxes one día a few months hace when I came across a drinking game set around the mostrar Supernatural, written por Bealoser. This made me remember a time from high school when my best friend and I participated in a Buffy drinking game(bad girls, i know!). Our only criteria for taking a shot was when a vampire was slain o we spotted a visible bra strap, the latter being fairly often considering that it was an episode from either season 2 o season 3.

While browsing link, I realized that there were countless things in Buffy that could trigger a drink, so I started escritura down...
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 ángel Buffy and Riley "The Yoko Factor"
Angel Buffy and Riley "The Yoko Factor"
As we all look back Season 4. Buffy fell in amor with a commando guy who works for underground secert society called the "Intiative". Riley Finn a man who never had a girlfriend in his life until there was Buffy. There relationship was very hard for them in Seasons 4 and 5. Season 4 was about trust and care. When Riley found out about "Angel". He flipped out on Buffy. Like felt that was loosing her in that season. Buffy was trying to make Riley understand her feelings towards Angel.

Season 5 was the worst act yet for Briley. When Buffy first met the famous vampire name "Dracula".Riley was feeling...
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Season 6


1.) Disc 2- Click on "Once More, With Feeling". Click on "Language Selection". mover your cursor to the left of the word, "SUBTITLES" and a glowing yellow B appears. It is a video clip with funny extras and behind the scenes of OMWF release of the soundtrack signing, with Joss Whedon, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Amber Benson.

2.) Disc 5- Click the episode "Normal Again". Click on "Language Selection." mover your cursor to the left of the word, "SUBTITLES" and a glowing yellow B appears and tu can click on it. It tells tu tu can download a call sheet.
****to do that, close out of windows...
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posted by Dragonclaws
 Katrina, enthralled por the dampener
Katrina, enthralled by the dampener
In the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode “Dead Things”, the Trio goes out on the town with the magical equivalent of a fecha rape drug, what they call the cerebral dampener. According to Warren, the dampener has the power to make any woman their “willing” sex slave. However, either he misunderstood the definition of “willing” o he was flat out lying, because the dampener’s function clearly is to remove all free will. Warren’s always been portrayed as a creep, so this makes sense for him, but it’s strange that Andrew and Jonathan fail to recognize the act as rape until their...
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 Warren, preparing to shoot Buffy
Warren, preparing to shoot Buffy
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a TV mostrar rife with thematic meaning, much of it of a traditional liberal nature. Throughout the course of the mostrar and especially in the sixth season, Buffy has displayed an anti-gun ideology. I both disagree with this philosophy and believe that the mostrar contradicts itself through the promotion of other weapons that fulfill the same purpose.

“These things? Never helpful,” Buffy says to a security guard regarding the gun he tried to use against a demon in the season six episode Flooded. While it refers to the effectiveness of the weapon against a supernatural...
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