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"In every generation there is a Chosen One.

She alone will stand against the vampires,

the demons and the forces of darkness.

She is the Slayer."

Based on the popular feature film of the same name, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER is a one-hour series that continues the adventures of a 16-year-old high school student as she fights to rid her world of supernatural evil. The series combines the humor of modern teenagers with thrills and action as a bold heroine fulfills her destiny to battle the threatening forces of darkness.

Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is an attractive new student at Sunnydale High. Like all teenagers, she just wants to be normal: go on dates, giggle with friends, hang out at the shopping mall. However, Buffy is not like other girls. She is the Chosen One: a slayer of vampires, gifted with the strength to hunt and destroy. This puts a major crimp in the usual Saturday night plans; most purses aren't large enough to conceal a wooden stake, and it is difficult to simultaneously converse with a date and kickbox evil creatures of the night. Not to mention that vials of holy water have a tendency to break at the most inopportune moments--and garlic is never the most attractive smell when a boy is leaning in for a kiss.

On her first day at her new school, Buffy meets Xander (Nicolas Brendon), a bright, funny young man who attempts to guide her through the school's Byzantine culture. She also meets Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), the beautiful, cruel and vapid dictator of the school's most exclusive clique, and Willow (Alyson Hannigan), a shy girl who, like Xander, is a social outcast.

Wandering through the library stacks, Buffy has a disturbing encounter with Giles (Anthony Stewart Head), a middle-aged librarian who seems to have an uncanny knowledge of her slayer abilities. Buffy soon learns that she can't escape her destiny--and her new school is just teeming with bloodsuckers. With the help of her new friends, and under the auspices of her new mentor Giles, Buffy proudly takes up the mantle of Vampire Slayer once again.

March 1997

Since the show's first season, Buffy has graduated from high school, dropped out of college, died (twice) and gained a kid sister who used to be a powerful energy source called "The Key." After five seasons on The WB, "Buffy" moved to UPN.

CAST

Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy Summers

Nicholas Brendon .... Alexander 'Xander' Harris

Alyson Hannigan .... Willow Rosenberg

James Marsters .... Spike (1999-2003)

Emma Caulfield .... Anya Jenkins/Anyanka (1999-2003)

Michelle Trachtenberg as Dawn Summers (2000-2003)

Anthony Head .... Rupert Giles (1997-2001)

David Boreanaz .... Angel/Angelus (1997-1999)

Seth Green .... Daniel 'Oz' Osbourne (1997-1999)

Charisma Carpenter .... Cordelia Chase (1997-1999)

Marc Blucas .... Riley Finn (1999-2000)

Eliza Dushku .... Faith (1999 - 2003) - (20 episodes)

Amber Benson .... Tara Maclay (2000-2002)

Kristine Sutherland .... Joyce Summers (1997-2001)

  • Series star Sarah Michelle Gellar initially auditioned for the role of Cordelia Chase, and Charisma Carpenter, who plays Cordelia, auditioned for the role of Buffy.
  • Nathan Fillion (Caleb) originally auditioned for the role of Angel when the show was first being cast in late 1996.

  • Julie Benz tried out for the part of Buffy and ended up in the part of Darla.

  • Elizabeth Anne Allen, who had a semi-recurring role as the witch Amy Madison, originally auditioned for the role of Buffy.

  • Other actresses considered for the lead role as Buffy also included Katie Holmes and Selma Blair.

  • Bianca Lawson, who played Kendra the Vampire Slayer in season 2, originally auditioned for the role of Cordelia.

  • The characters of Spike, Oz, Faith, Wesley and Drusilla were all supposed to be killed off, but have ended up living long past their initial storylines. Also, the characters of Jenny and Joyce were supposed to be killed off sooner than they were.

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Character Bios

Buffy

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This LA pom-pom shaker, Prom Princess and Fiesta Queen was born in 1981 to Hank and Joyce Summers. Growing up, the young Slayer-to-be was said to be as close as blood sisters with Celia, her cousin. Unfortunately, Celia died, and Buffy decided to pledge her allegiance to her childhood hero, bladestress Dorothy Hamill. In 1996, the Buffster met Merrick, a peculiar man who informed her that she was the latest in a line of chosen ones: Vampire Slayers. Merrick was a Watcher, a keeper if you will, of the chosen Slayer. Whoever could have imagined that a high-maintenance mall rat could eventually move on to save the world on several occasions? Well, no one at her City of Angels high school could, partly because in her first major victory against the bloodsuckers, she torched the gym. Thank goodness our hero somehow managed to avoid juvy or any kind of lengthy court case.

Unfortunately for Buff, her parents decided to divorce after this nasty chain of events. An entirely new chapter opened in the Slayer's life when her mom decided to make a move to beautiful Sunnydale, California. Buffy's slaying days had just begun in 1997 when she found out from her new Watcher, Giles, that Sunnydale was actually located atop a Hellmouth, a portal to an evil dimension replete with Vampires, demons and other ultra-nasty types. Too bad she couldn't leave her duties as the Chosen One behind; she might have avoided the stress of being killed and resurrected.

On top of the whole dying thing, Buffy has had quite a traumatic six years: she's lost her soul mate Angel, as well as her mother, discovered that her sister Dawn wasn't actually her sister, dealt with the strain of paying the bills on minimum wage, and become involved and broken up with her former archenemy, Spike. More recently, she watched her best friend Willow nearly destroy the world, but with help from Dawn, Buffy and the rest of the gang managed to come out on top.

With strength, intelligence and fortitude, Buffy will continue to slay any Big Bad that comes her way. Her friends and family will be fighting alongside her to keep Sunnydale and the rest of the world safe, and we hope she'll be lucky enough to avoid another trip to the cemetery. In a coffin, that is.

Willow

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As Sunnydale's high school computer genius-turned-coed lesbian witch, Willow has had quite an interesting life. For someone who was such an introvert when she first met Buffy and joined the Scooby gang, Willow seems to be putting a spell on everyone lately. The daughter of Ira and Shelia Rosenberg, Willow has always been quite detached from her parents. So detached, in fact, that her mother tried to set her on fire, paying homage to those brave souls in Salem, Massachusetts circa 1692.

Willow was the shy, quiet type whose intelligence and expertise at hacking made her an important part of Buffy's Vamp-staking in Sunnydale. Early in her friendship with the Slayer, Willow was content to play sidekick. She harbored a secret attraction to her lifelong pal Xander, and they enjoyed a brief liaison, but the intensity of their pairing burned out quickly. Then, Willow fell madly in love with one of the coolest guys in town, werewolf Oz. They were blissful for a while, until Oz left town after realizing he was unable to control his primal instincts, possibly putting Willow in danger. The witch slowly became friends with fellow Wiccan Tara, and their spell-casting encounters soon developed into love. When Oz returned to reclaim his lost love, Willow realized the depth of her love for Tara, and remained devoted even after Tara's brain was temporarily scrambled by Hellgod Glory.

Things were looking good for Willow until she began to develop signs of an addiction to magic. Her relationship with Tara fell apart when she cast a forgetting spell on her lover to mask her unhealthy dependence, and the breakup sent Willow even further into exploring dark forces. It wasn't until Willow took Buffy's sister Dawn with her to get high (literally) and ended up in a car wreck that Willow realized the damage she was doing to both herself and friends. She quit cold turkey, and eventually patched things up with Tara. Their tender reunion was cut violently short when Tara was murdered by Warren, head honcho of the Evil Trio. Enraged, Willow returned to magic and went on a vicious hunt for revenge. After murdering Warren in cold blood, Willow fought Buffy and set out to destroy the world, but Xander's friendship and love brought her to her senses just in time.

Xander

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Loyal wiseass of the Scooby gang, Alexander LaVelle Harris tries to keep good spirits within the gang despite his questionable home life. Born and raised in Sunnydale, Xander was never much of a student. Lacking academic discipline, he decided to forgo entering UC Sunnydale with the rest of the crew. Instead, he has taken jobs that range from washing dishes at a strip club to bartending to working in construction.

Despite his seeming lack of ambition, Xander has proven on many occasions to be an irreplaceable addition to the team. Xander often shows his deep loyalty to the mission. For instance, he worked hard to keep things sane in Sunnydale while Buffy was missing at the beginning of his senior year in high school.

Best friends with Willow since his youth, Xander keeps pursuing the wrong women. He got the "we're just friends" from Buffy early on in their relationship, nearly became a late night snack for a she-mantis teacher, fell for an Incan mummy, and by kissing Willow, he ended up cheating on the one solid love interest that he had in high school, Cordelia. At one point he even had a quickie with unstable and bloodthirsty Slayer Faith.

Xander's luck turned when former vengeance demon Anya entered his life. They fell in love despite differences in age (approximately a thousand years) and family background (human versus demon). Setting aside his fear of commitment, Xander proposed marriage, and Anya joyfully accepted. Unfortunately, after reflecting on his parents' troubled relationship, Xander realized he wasn't ready to devote himself entirely to Anya. The day of their wedding, he left his would-be-bride brokenhearted by putting a stop to their nuptials. The devastated Anya reverted to her old vengeance-demon ways, and they remain estranged.

After the breakup, Xander's relationship with Buffy was strained, but eventually they reaffirmed their friendship. He was on hand when Warren shot Buffy and Tara, and his moving declaration of love and eternal friendship finally brought Willow back from the brink of destroying the world. Xander saved the day in the simplest, yet most powerful way, through love and devotion to his lifelong friend. As ever, what he lacks in supernatural power, he makes up for in heart.

Dawn

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Dawn Summers isn't really anyone's love child. Sometimes siblings just appear out of nowhere and come pre-packaged with bogus memories. When the youngest Summers arrived in Sunnydale, she was your typical teen, an obnoxious little monster who spent more time getting under Buffy's skin than actually helping out.

Several months after Dawn's arrival, Buffy and the Scooby Gang discovered her true identity: she's really The Key, an epical powerful energy source transformed into human appearance by benevolent monks. As an average bratty teen, Dawn didn't much like finding out that she was actually a cosmic force. As a matter of fact, she ran away from home. Buffy managed to convince her that they are family regardless of her origin, but their happiness was cut short with the unexpected death of their mother, Joyce.

Shortly thereafter, a nasty and potent Hellgod, Glory, arrived to find the Key and try to use her to open a portal that would release hell on earth. Despite knowing that her sister would be left entirely alone, Buffy sacrificed herself in Dawn's place to prevent the portal from opening. Unable to accept the death of her friend, Willow used her rapidly increasing Wiccan powers to raise her from her grave and bring her back to Sunnydale.

Buffy's return gave Dawn her family back, but her sister's remoteness made Dawn feel neglected and unloved. She began shoplifting, much to the gang's dismay. Even her relationship with Willow was altered forever when the witch took the teen on a wild, magic-addled ride that ended with a car wreck and a broken wrist for Dawn.

A turning point came when Buffy fought the demonic skeletons brought to life by Willow's rage over Tara's death. Dawn began to fight alongside her Slayer sister, and Buffy was amazed at the strength and power the girl suddenly displayed. Together they were victorious, and Buffy gained a new respect for her younger sister, much to Dawn's relief. But now, Dawn must face one of the most hazardous experiences the universe has to offer: high school. Lucky for her she's got the Slayer on her side.

Spike

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A cocky and witty vamp from 19th century England, Spike got his former (pre-bloodsucker) name, William the Bloody, because of his bloody awful poetry. In 1880 the sensitive poet was sired by his Vampire lover Drusilla and dubbed Spike because of his penchant for torturing victims with railroad spikes. Spike has killed two Slayers: one lived during the Boxer Rebellion; the second was a punk rock kid in New York whose trench coat has become part of Spike's signature look.

As one of the most interesting members of Sunnydale's night stalkers, Spike had an off-and-on romance with Drusilla, who ended up leaving our favorite bad boy the first time for the Chaos Demon and the second time for the Fungus Demon. According to Dru, the Victorian poet-turned-psychotic Slayer killer simply wasn't evil enough for her.

The wandering Spike returned to Sunnydale in search of the Gem of Amarra, which would make him invincible. Eventually, Spike began dating Harmony, the former Sunnydale High snob-turned-fang-face. Not surprisingly, that didn't work out, and somewhere along the line, Spike developed an unhealthy interest in more than just Buffy's blood: he wanted her body.

When the Initiative implanted a chip in Spike's head to render him harmless to humans, Spike became more a fringe member of the Scooby Gang than a nemesis. His sharp tongue and seductive attitude were eventually irresistible to Buffy, and they began a torrid affair that was both literally and figuratively destructive. Their subsequent breakup destroyed Spike and drove him to attack Buffy, but she fought back and declared she could never love him.

Devastated, Spike took off for Africa in search of a powerful demon who could help him give the Slayer what's coming to her. Regardless of what he was expecting, Spike received something no one anticipated: the return of his soul. Now, all bets are off, and who knows what will happen between Spike and the rest of the gang when he returns to Sunnydale?

Anya

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The vengeance demon Anyanka, Patron Saint of Scorned Women, has seen a lot of life changes in her 1124 years, but none more than recently. Anya was first cursed by the demon D'Hoffryn for practicing vengeance spells on men. As the story goes, Anyanka first entered Sunnydale to grant Cordelia a wish via her magic necklace. Rather than wish disaster on Xander, Cordy wished that Buffy had never moved to Sunnydale, but the Buffyless Sunnydale turned out to be a chaotic, Vamp-ridden alternate reality. Luckily, Giles destroyed the powerful amulet, wiping out the alternate universe and transforming Anya into a human student at Sunnydale High. The evil D'Hoffryn refused to change her back, and the former demon was left not old enough to buy beer and not bright enough to pass math.

During college, Anya reconnected with the Scooby gang, and wound up falling hard for Xander. The ex-demon's newly acquired humanity brought out a kindness formerly untapped, and her blunt yet honest way of speaking endeared her to Xander and his friends. When Giles departed for England, a delighted Anya took over the Magic Box. Running the store seemed like an excellent venue for Anya to develop her surprising newfound love of accounting. Eventually Xander proposed, and their relationship seemed solid

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I really liked this one too ... I was surprised how I got hooked, I wanted to hate it, and ended up loving it!

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I used to laugh at my brother because he really liked this show. How could anyone watch something called Buffy the Vampire Slayer and be excited about it? But seven seasons on DVD later I became mildly obessed. I would love for Joss Whedon to do another show.

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Buffy's boyfriends

by Daniel Erenberg

Whenever a Buffy The Vampire Slayer fan is asked who has been their favorite of Buffy's boyfriends, one of two answers pop up. Inevitably, the answer is either Angel or Spike. Some fans identify with the torturously forbidden love between Buffy and Angel, sharing stolen kisses before Buffy had to return to her home. Who can forget Buffy telling Angel that "it's getting harder" to separate at night? Then, Angel lost his soul and Buffy was forced to send him to Hell. It was tragic and brilliant. Finally, however, Angel was sent to Los Angeles and the relationship was done.

The other half of the fan base would answer that their favorite of Buffy's boyfriends would have to be Spike. Buffy's relationship with Spike is the direct opposite of Buffy's relationship with Angel. There isn't a great deal of love involved and their need for one another is painted in various shades of gray. They want each other, they need each other, and they may or may not love each other. One thing's for sure though. The fans loved having Buffy in her second deeply brooding relationship with a vampire.

Something that distresses me deeply and, the knowledge of which, was the genesis of this article, is that I have never met a Buffy fan that, when asked who her favorite Buffy Boyfriend is, would close their eyes, think for a moment, and reply "Riley Finn".

Riley was the successor to Angel. He was introduced in the season four premiere, "The Freshman", yet another Joss Whedon masterwork. He won me over in this, his first appearance, in the charming scene where Buffy and Willow drop a book on his head.

Riley Finn, I thought, fit seamlessly into the Buffyverse and Marc Blucas seemed to play the part precisely as Mr. Whedon had written it. He was the Boy Wonder; the white bred Captain America of the Scooby Gang.

However, I soon found out that many of the hardcore fans weren't having any of it. They missed the bleak tragedy of Buffy's relationship with Angel. Also, as Riley was being initiated (pun intended) into the cast, there was something wrong. Oz (my all-time favorite Joss Whedon character) was written off of the show and, at the same time, Giles and Xander were getting far less screen time than in previous seasons.

Suddenly, newcomer Riley Finn, the Wonder Bread suburban commando, was the male lead. I think the fans really turned on him when, in "Who Are You?" vampires took hostages in a church and Riley Finn was on the scene - in his Sunday best. This guy was TOO good. There weren't many shades of gray about him, only shades of "the good old red, white, and blue".

Riley finished the season by quite heroically ripping a chip out of his chest with his bare hands. I ate this up but, still, Angel residue remained on the show and the fans were all skeptics.

Joss and company made their best attempt to rectify this by turning Riley dark in season five. I thought all involved did a spectacular job but Riley could never be fully accepted by the hardcore fans.

The moment for me that should have gained Riley some love and respect came at the end of the Xander-centric "The Replacement". Riley, talking to Xander in confidence about Buffy, with a deeply brooding, clenched jaw look on his face, almost resembling Angel in his physical appearance, tells him that Buffy doesn't love him.

This fascinating moment of pure clarity was followed by the familiar Joss Whedon credit screen and the episode was over. This moment got me pondering Riley's relationship with our favorite slayer. The answer I came up with was no, perhaps she didn't love him.

The next half season was filled from end to end with this new Dark Riley. He was almost more Batman than Captain America. He began to regularly attend a vampire hostel where he would let a vampire that he met in a bar feed on him. He craved the pain, something to get his mind off of his unrequited love. I even recall him staking a vamp after he let her taste him.

This Riley was something else! Marc Blucas was playing him with such an intricate intensity that the character was changing for the better. And I was a season four Riley supporter!

I don't understand why fans never took to Riley Finn. He was a character who I sided with when he fought Buffy verbally. This rarely occurs. Riley Finn was constantly evolving.

Finally, "Into The Woods", one of the top five episodes of season five. It was dreadfully painful to watch. Riley contemplates leaving Buffy and decides to give her an ultimatum: Come tell me you love me or I'm leaving. Then came the perfect scene in which Xander convinces her that Riley could be the love of her life.

Buffy runs her heart out only to find Riley in a helicopter, already in the air heading into the woods. Riley was gone.

The following episode (Triangle), not Buffy's finest hour, Marc Blucas was out of the opening credits and forgotten by the fans who rejoiced at his exit.

The fans never got a chance to love Riley Finn. However, I found him to be an incredibly well-developed character all the way through, from his Captain America Goes To Church look to his Batman Cavorting With Vampire Hookers personality.

Finally, a full year after "Into The Woods" aired, Riley returned to Sunnydale in Doug Petrie's "As You Were" sporting a new scar and a new wife. In this episode, he was very much a mixture of his season four and season five selves. He was finally a completely fleshed out character giving fans the best of both worlds. When he hopped into that helicopter at the close of the episode, in a scene stylishly reminiscent of "Into The Woods", I felt a twinge in heart. This was Riley Finn as he was always meant to be. But, I thought sadly, he's gone now.

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FROM TV GUIDE: Ask Ausiello

Question: Did you hear the news? Joss Whedon asked Buffyverse vet Tim Minear to write and direct the Spike movie you suggested. You've got power, Mike!

Ausiello: Yes, I heard! Theresa over at SupportSpike.com forwarded me the link over the weekend, and, needless to say, I was ecstatic. Now I'm just waiting for confirmation of that producing credit.

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FROM Sci Fi Wire

12:00 AM, 20-SEPTEMBER-05

Whedon: Expect Future Buffy TV

Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, told SCI FI Wire that he definitely plans to revisit the "Buffyverse" in a future, unspecified TV project. "I think it's realistic," Whedon said in an interview while promoting his upcoming SF movie, Serenity. "I like my chances. But it is absolutely still too amorphous for me to make any kind of announcement about it. I'm out there trying, and there's other people trying, to put it together. But until something falls in place, I really can't say."

Whedon is especially keen on doing a movie centering on the vampire character of Spike (James Marsters). "Let's say it's a good jumping off point," he said. As for Marsters' reported comments that he is growing too old to play the eternally youthful former bloodsucker, Whedon said: "Well, we're working. We're trying. I know. ... James is in very good shape. Keep working out, James."

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Guess I should have checked out this thread earlier. Jem - I was wondering if you wrote the character bios in your post? One thing I wanted to mention - when Spike went to Africa, his purpose was to get his soul back. Viewers were supposed to believe he was trying to get the chip out, but that wasn't the case. As an obsessive Buffy/James Marsters' fan, I just couldn't let that one go, lol.

Anyone see James on Smallville tonight? This season should be good.................:)

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FROM Sci Fi Wire

12:00 AM, 20-SEPTEMBER-05

Whedon: Expect Future Buffy TV

Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, told SCI FI Wire that he definitely plans to revisit the "Buffyverse" in a future, unspecified TV project. "I think it's realistic," Whedon said in an interview while promoting his upcoming SF movie, Serenity. "I like my chances. But it is absolutely still too amorphous for me to make any kind of announcement about it. I'm out there trying, and there's other people trying, to put it together. But until something falls in place, I really can't say."

Whedon is especially keen on doing a movie centering on the vampire character of Spike (James Marsters). "Let's say it's a good jumping off point," he said. As for Marsters' reported comments that he is growing too old to play the eternally youthful former bloodsucker, Whedon said: "Well, we're working. We're trying. I know. ... James is in very good shape. Keep working out, James."

I am so glad to hear this. With Angel, It left you dangling on who survive and didn't... I loved Spike he was funny and cute. I liked Buffy and Angel together...However, when Spike came into the picture...I loved them together. I hope some way they can bring Cordy back too. Have everyone and call it the Buffy and Angel movie. Spike also looks good with The new Fred...cant think of that character's name right now. I glad they changed her character even if it was a short period of time because the orignal character for the nerdy Fred was boring.

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I am so glad to hear this. With Angel, It left you dangling on who survive and didn't... I loved Spike he was funny and cute. I liked Buffy and Angel together...However, when Spike came into the picture...I loved them together. I hope some way they can bring Cordy back too. Have everyone and call it the Buffy and Angel movie. Spike also looks good with The new Fred...cant think of that character's name right now. I glad they changed her character even if it was a short period of time because the orignal character for the nerdy Fred was boring.

Excuse me - they should call if Buffy and Angel??? I don't think so..........it is Spike's movie!!!! Angel shouldn't even be in it! :angry:

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Excuse me - they should call if Buffy and Angel??? I don't think so..........it is Spike's movie!!!! Angel shouldn't even be in it! :angry:

Hey I want them all in it!!! Spike his witty sense of humor LOVE HIM... Ok Buffy doesnt have to be in it, I just wanted her with Spike or Spike and the New Fred. Angel and Spike together were funny. Spike always got the best of Angel. I loved when he always called Angel the Drama queen. Remember the last second to the last episode when Angel said in a meeting that one of them will betray and before he got to him, Spike raised his hand and said ooh ooh me, let me, can I denounce your name twice. That was hillarious... They are funny together. BUT YES Spikie...Spike Deserves his own movie :) It just for me Angel left me with alot of unanswered questions. I do hate when a movie or series do that to me.

Hey I even thought of a spin off for Buffy the movie. This thought was long before the Buffy series ended and Spike was on Angel. I wrote it on another forum a long time ago, but they forum said it was too long so I never sent it in for anyone to read. Here is a synopsis of it : Buffy the movie. Spike and Buffy were married and on their honeymoon. They plus the rest of the gang took a trip but their bus, car, plane etc (have not figured that part) crash or broke down in a small county town in Romania. Everything was find in the begining but then strange and errie things started to occur effecting everyone. It is never a sunny day, it is always cloudy or foggy. There was an ancient curse hovering this small town effecting everyone in it. Because of this no one like strangers or were will to help them. Slowing everyone was begining to change, turning evil in the gang except Spike... Because of the chip in his head he was uneffected by it and his beloved Buffy was entrance by another man... ( forgot to mention that this is the only stranger that would help them out)This man was Drop dead gorgeous and knew (un be knowing to) Buffy was because he was the evil of all evils, THe granddaddy of them all, he was the one who started it all. He was Born in the BC years (however he looks as if he is 25 years old)... and it is up to our beloved SPIKE to save them all.

What do you think Spikie???

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Hey I want them all in it!!! Spike his witty sense of humor LOVE HIM... Ok Buffy doesnt have to be in it, I just wanted her with Spike or Spike and the New Fred. Angel and Spike together were funny. Spike always got the best of Angel. I loved when he always called Angel the Drama queen. Remember the last second to the last episode when Angel said in a meeting that one of them will betray and before he got to him, Spike raised his hand and said ooh ooh me, let me, can I denounce your name twice. That was hillarious... They are funny together. BUT YES Spikie...Spike Deserves his own movie :) It just for me Angel left me with alot of unanswered questions. I do hate when a movie or series do that to me.

Hey I even thought of a spin off for Buffy the movie. This thought was long before the Buffy series ended and Spike was on Angel. I wrote it on another forum a long time ago, but they forum said it was too long so I never sent it in for anyone to read. Here is a synopsis of it : Buffy the movie. Spike and Buffy were married and on their honeymoon. They plus the rest of the gang took a trip but their bus, car, plane etc (have not figured that part) crash or broke down in a small county town in Romania. Everything was find in the begining but then strange and errie things started to occur effecting everyone. It is never a sunny day, it is always cloudy or foggy. There was an ancient curse hovering this small town effecting everyone in it. Because of this no one like strangers or were will to help them. Slowing everyone was begining to change, turning evil in the gang except Spike... Because of the chip in his head he was uneffected by it and his beloved Buffy was entrance by another man... ( forgot to mention that this is the only stranger that would help them out)This man was Drop dead gorgeous and knew (un be knowing to) Buffy was because he was the evil of all evils, THe granddaddy of them all, he was the one who started it all. He was Born in the BC years (however he looks as if he is 25 years old)... and it is up to our beloved SPIKE to save them all.

What do you think Spikie???

Well, Sparkie, I think you have a great imagination there!

I like it - you should write it. You could post it on a fanfic site. I always like stories that have interesting twists - like Spike being the good one and the Scoobies all turning evil.

As far as the Spike movie - Buffy has to be in it, IMO. Not sure if Sarah is going to sign on - I have my doubts. I do like Fred - by the new Fred, do you mean the evil creature that killed her and took over her body? The blue one? I can't remember her name, but I will check my dvd later.

I loved Spike's sense of humor, too. And yes, he did play well off of Angel/David. I did like Angel when Buffy first started, but once Spike came into the picture, I couldn't care less about Angel. I think Buffy and Spike had way better chemistry than Buffy and Angel. And I think James Marsters is an incredible actor. I also thought Spike was better for Buffy than Angel because he would do anything for Buffy, while Angel was too pouty and left her. Spike was the only man in Buffy's life that didn't leave her in the end - unless you count dying, of course. Plus, Spike went and got his soul back for Buffy. Angel was cursed with HIS soul.

I didn't ever watch Angel until the last season - because James Marsters was on it. I loved the episode call Destiny in Season 5. Great fight scene between Spike and Angel - and Spike wins the fight. Only to reach the chalice of Mountain Dew first. There was some great dialogue between the two of them in that fight scene. And that was the episode where Spike became corporeal - good interplay between Spike and Harmony, also.

I was just kidding about Angel not being in it. As long as he doesn't get the girl!!! :D

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Well, Sparkie, I think you have a great imagination there!

I like it - you should write it. You could post it on a fanfic site. I always like stories that have interesting twists - like Spike being the good one and the Scoobies all turning evil.

As far as the Spike movie - Buffy has to be in it, IMO. Not sure if Sarah is going to sign on - I have my doubts. I do like Fred - by the new Fred, do you mean the evil creature that killed her and took over her body? The blue one? I can't remember her name, but I will check my dvd later.

I loved Spike's sense of humor, too. And yes, he did play well off of Angel/David. I did like Angel when Buffy first started, but once Spike came into the picture, I couldn't care less about Angel. I think Buffy and Spike had way better chemistry than Buffy and Angel. And I think James Marsters is an incredible actor. I also thought Spike was better for Buffy than Angel because he would do anything for Buffy, while Angel was too pouty and left her. Spike was the only man in Buffy's life that didn't leave her in the end - unless you count dying, of course. Plus, Spike went and got his soul back for Buffy. Angel was cursed with HIS soul.

I didn't ever watch Angel until the last season - because James Marsters was on it. I loved the episode call Destiny in Season 5. Great fight scene between Spike and Angel - and Spike wins the fight. Only to reach the chalice of Mountain Dew first. There was some great dialogue between the two of them in that fight scene. And that was the episode where Spike became corporeal - good interplay between Spike and Harmony, also.

I was just kidding about Angel not being in it. As long as he doesn't get the girl!!! :D

Thanks Spike.. You what I feel the same way. I thought Spike had better chemistry with Buffy than Angel also. Do you know we are the minorities on that????? I mean the man died for her... I kept watching to see if Buffy and Spike would ever get together again and the last episode kind of disappointed me, it was sweet however Spike basically change for Buffy and Buffy I dont know I was expecting more between the 2. and The Blue Fred. Ever since Spike and the blue fred were play fighting, I realized they had good chemistry together...especially when she told angel I want Spike as my pet.. That was funny. It was the episode where she kept hitting him and he said not the face because he has to write everything down on his clip board :lol:

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Thanks Spike.. You what I feel the same way. I thought Spike had better chemistry with Buffy than Angel also. Do you know we are the minorities on that????? I mean the man died for her... I kept watching to see if Buffy and Spike would ever get together again and the last episode kind of disappointed me, it was sweet however Spike basically change for Buffy and Buffy I dont know I was expecting more between the 2. and The Blue Fred. Ever since Spike and the blue fred were play fighting, I realized they had good chemistry together...especially when she told angel I want Spike as my pet.. That was funny. It was the episode where she kept hitting him and he said not the face because he has to write everything down on his clip board :lol:

LMAO - I loved that, too! I'll have to watch that season again - good times!

Some other favorite Spike moments:

The Initiative - Season 4

Spike is captured and "chipped" by the Initiative - escapes and goes to find Buffy. He finds Willow instead and tries to bite her, but the chip stops him. Not knowing what is going on, he says This has never happened to him before - the dialogue is great. Tongue in cheek - comparing his inability to bite Willow to being impotent.

Season 4 - can't remember the name of the episode

The episode where Spike first comes to beg assylum from the Scoobies after he has been chipped and is defenseless. They tied him up in Giles' living room and he sits there and makes snarky comments during the preparation for their Thanksgiving dinner. Willow and Buffy are discussing the plight of the Indians and how we took their land and Spike just lays it on the line - You came you conquered them and you took their land - That's what conquering nations do.

The Harsh Light of Day - Season 4

He comes back to Sunnydale looking for the Gen of Amarra. Harmony is bugging him to take her out and he is frustrated with her. He tells her he only came back to Sunnydale for one reason and it must be important because Sunnydale is a place that has witnessed "some truly spectacular kickings of my ass."

Just a few - too many to list them all. Hmmm, these are all from season 4 - great season BTW. Funny stuff.

*Sigh*

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LMAO - I loved that, too! I'll have to watch that season again - good times!

Some other favorite Spike moments:

The Initiative - Season 4

Spike is captured and "chipped" by the Initiative - escapes and goes to find Buffy. He finds Willow instead and tries to bite her, but the chip stops him. Not knowing what is going on, he says This has never happened to him before - the dialogue is great. Tongue in cheek - comparing his inability to bite Willow to being impotent.

Season 4 - can't remember the name of the episode

The episode where Spike first comes to beg assylum from the Scoobies after he has been chipped and is defenseless. They tied him up in Giles' living room and he sits there and makes snarky comments during the preparation for their Thanksgiving dinner. Willow and Buffy are discussing the plight of the Indians and how we took their land and Spike just lays it on the line - You came you conquered them and you took their land - That's what conquering nations do.

The Harsh Light of Day - Season 4

He comes back to Sunnydale looking for the Gen of Amarra. Harmony is bugging him to take her out and he is frustrated with her. He tells her he only came back to Sunnydale for one reason and it must be important because Sunnydale is a place that has witnessed "some truly spectacular kickings of my ass."

Just a few - too many to list them all. Hmmm, these are all from season 4 - great season BTW. Funny stuff.

*Sigh*

Yep Agree!!! Last one remember (I forgot what season) when riley came back in the picture and Buffy was seening Spike. Spike had secretly hiding these monsterous eggs and when he got caught, he told Buffy that a Vamp got to make a living you know :lol: :lol:

By the way what does ISFTBOM!!! stands for????

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Yep Agree!!! Last one remember (I forgot what season) when riley came back in the picture and Buffy was seening Spike. Spike had secretly hiding these monsterous eggs and when he got caught, he told Buffy that a Vamp got to make a living you know :lol: :lol:

By the way what does ISFTBOM!!! stands for????

Season six was my favorite because he and Buffy were together. That was a hot episode - when Buffy came in to Spike's crypt and said "tell me you love me" and he said "you know I do" and she said, "tell me you want me" and he said "always" and then.....you know the rest.

And yes - Spike was always honest about being bad. Season 5. When Dawn, Buffy's sis, goes to see Spike in his crypt and he is telling her the story about how he killed a family - and the little girl was hiding in the coal bin. Then Buffy comes in and he finishes the story - saying he got her out of the coal bin and gave her to a nice family.

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Season six was my favorite because he and Buffy were together. That was a hot episode - when Buffy came in to Spike's crypt and said "tell me you love me" and he said "you know I do" and she said, "tell me you want me" and he said "always" and then.....you know the rest.

And yes - Spike was always honest about being bad. Season 5. When Dawn, Buffy's sis, goes to see Spike in his crypt and he is telling her the story about how he killed a family - and the little girl was hiding in the coal bin. Then Buffy comes in and he finishes the story - saying he got her out of the coal bin and gave her to a nice family.

:lol: LMAO I love those seasons too because they were together. I hated how it ended between them. I loved their first love scene together... They made the whole building fall down almost. Great CHemistry!!!

BTW do you know what ISFTBOM club stands for??? Nobody is saying but they are dropping codes I dont know I am about to give up...

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:lol: LMAO I love those seasons too because they were together. I hated how it ended between them. I loved their first love scene together... They made the whole building fall down almost. Great CHemistry!!!

BTW do you know what ISFTBOM club stands for??? Nobody is saying but they are dropping codes I dont know I am about to give up...

Hey Sparklet - check your pm's.

Yes, I loved season 6 because of that, too. A lot of people thought it was too dark - but I loved it. Especially the musical - Once More With Feeling.

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Hey Sparklet - check your pm's.

Yes, I loved season 6 because of that, too. A lot of people thought it was too dark - but I loved it. Especially the musical - Once More With Feeling.

I didnt like the musical too much only the part where spike did his solo and in the end when Buffy kissed him

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Mmmmmm - I loved it! And the Hush episode in season 4. Ground-breaking stuff from Joss. There was a theatre in San Francisco that was going to do 10 performances of the "Once More With Feeling" episode, but it was shut down by the powers that be at 20th Century-Fox.

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Mmmmmm - I loved it! And the Hush episode in season 4. Ground-breaking stuff from Joss. There was a theatre in San Francisco that was going to do 10 performances of the "Once More With Feeling" episode, but it was shut down by the powers that be at 20th Century-Fox.

You know Hush actually scared me. That was a good episode. Those men walking around with evil smiley faces really scared me. I love horror that show was brilliant.

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You know Hush actually scared me. That was a good episode. Those men walking around with evil smiley faces really scared me. I love horror that show was brilliant.

They used a big crane as well as dollies to make it look like they were floating.................yeah, it was scary to me, too!

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They used a big crane as well as dollies to make it look like they were floating.................yeah, it was scary to me, too!

Hey Spikie!!!!! How has it been. U Know there is one episode of Buffy I have not seen, no matter how hard I try to catch the reruns I alway miss this episode. "The Graduation" I guess it was not meant for me to see it...huh.

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Hey Spikie!!!!! How has it been. U Know there is one episode of Buffy I have not seen, no matter how hard I try to catch the reruns I alway miss this episode. "The Graduation" I guess it was not meant for me to see it...huh.

Oh - you're not really missing that much, lol! Is that the only one you haven't seen?

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