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I anticipate it muchly.
Trailer is taking AGES to buffer for me so here's the YouTube version:
http://www.dollverse.com and there's a WIKI for the whole thing (oh dear) linked from the Wikipedia page.
That's harsh on MAAAAAAAT DAMON! but he is massively wooden in so much of it.
But the premise has me intrigued.
His writing and direction is ace! I just he doesn't overdo the soppy shit in the way that almost ruined Buffy/Angel.
was only overdone in places. Some of the emotional scenes were superb. When she found her mum dead for example. I assume you mean her multiple loves though...
and the aftermath of the death at the end of series five is heart-breaking.
Some of the stuff with Angel and Riley was just awful though! I can't watch 'Amends' as it makes me want to vomit until my face comes off. Also, anything that involves Dawn.
but as a character she was fairly annoying. I thought that I felt far more sympathy for the relationship between Buffy and Giles than Buffy and her sister. I liked Willow and Oz's relationship, I think that really any guy touching Buffy, that wasn't me got me 'Riley'd' up.
but all she did was irritate me!
The Buffy/Giles relationship was really subtle and unforced, it was just there. The scene in his car after he'd found out what turned Angel into Angelous is really touching.
The Xander and Anya relationship was my favourite as they were two of my favourite characters! The comedy from Spike, Anya and Xander was brilliant throughout.
I didn't like it when Spike got with Buffy though. Come to think of it, there weren't many people who weren't 'at it' with each other. The last episode was actually an emotional rollercoaster for me, I hadn't realised how attatched I had become to the characters. Before that I had sleepwalked into an addiction to the series. Starting on thursday nights on bbc2 I think. I quite liked Roswell for a bit as well, but then that fooked off.
When Spike had his crush,
"Out. For. A. Walk. Bitch!"
But when they started 'at it' it was pretty pointless except for some of the amusing interaction between Spike and Angel.
I hadn't realised how much I liked the last series until the last episode which, as you say, was an emotional rollercoaster. I didn't like the 'potentials', but Caleb was one of the best villans in the whole show.
When Xander was telling Willow that he loved her when she went mental and was being an evil witch. That was EMO.
The real EMO bit for me was the 'Class Protector' speech.
CALEB! when he got all beaten up and shit on 'desperate housewives' i thought "WELL THAT'LL TEACH YOU FOR POKING XANDER'S EYE OUT". even tho it was a different character. and show.
It took me a while to adjust to him as a good guy in Firefly!
There was so much scope for the characters. Serenity was a brilliant film too!
was so cheesy. I hated it even when I was a kid.
i'm surprised i can still remember all this. i haven't watched buffy in YEARS.
It's a show about a teenage girl who fights evil and saves the world! :)
seems like i've missed a buffy conversation :(
new joss whedon tv show!
my sister is pretty much obsessed with joss whedon and she hasn't mentioned this show ONCE. it looks a bit 'meh'...
dollhouse = fail
dr. horrible's sing-a-long blog = win
i miss angel so hard :(
he was a little dwarfed by such hottness as faith, darla, cordelia, gwen (was it gwen?) electric girl, warewoolf girl, but not police girl, she was not so hott
I wanted someone to kill her off!
couldn't she tell that angel was clearly a vampiree with a soul, and battling those other not good vampires, and when she went all agro on him when her dad gotted killed, stupid girl, die!
i'm trying to think of overly anorexic girl who turns into ancient god?
I don't remember what Electric Girl's name was.
ekker ekker eeeeer ekereker ekker ekker ekker eeeeeeeeeeer!!!
gwen was electric girl i think, non?
at work, but who is playing Nora, Torvald and Dr Rank?
of Ibsen's play? Oh nevermind.
Your brow ---->
My brow ---->
now where's that Neighbours thread . . . . .