When Fred writes a physics paper, she's invited to her old college as a guest lecturer. Angel, Gunn and Wes show up to support her as she speaks in front of all her former professors. But ... See full summary »

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When Fred writes a physics paper, she's invited to her old college as a guest lecturer. Angel, Gunn and Wes show up to support her as she speaks in front of all her former professors. But when a portal opens up over Fred's head, it becomes clear that something supernatural is happening to her... Again. Written by katierose295

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When Fred sees the Symposium's "Featured Speakers," she exclaims, 'Oh, God! I'm between Ed Witten and Brian Greene!' These refer to Edward Witten and Brian Greene, two important physicists. This shows how important the speech will be that Fred gives. See more »

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Charles Gunn: [At Fred's lecture] Listen, man, I'm gonna need simultaneous translating on this thing. You know, like the President with the Russians. But just gimme the highlights.
Angel: No problem. Of course, I have no idea what she's talking about.
Charles Gunn: Will you tell Fred that? If she thinks we're both stupid, I won't stand out as much.
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We need more Fred episodes
30 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Fred being a "science nerd" is actually kind of a turn on for me. Smart women who are that cute should be respected. That's why Fred would've been a better fit with Wes. He was smart, understood her "nerdiness", had a similar sense of humor and actually got her. She and Wes were always a much better fit and should have been put together way before season 5. Gunn was just a wannabe nice guy who basically kissed Fred's ass to get her. Fred basically raping Gunn when he started reading her article sickened me. No punk ass thug deserves someone as hot as her with legs as great as hers. OK, enough of that now.

This is one of the times where we get to see the darker side of Fred. Realizing that your professor was responsible for you ending up in Pylea all along would anger anyone. Her wanting to kill him made it even more apparent. And is anyone surprised that she turns to Wes for help. As much as she thinks she really loves Gunn, she knows that Wes' way of thinking will help her out without making her feel as guilty. In the end, Gunn snapping the professor's neck came as a huge shock. The only good that came out of it was it was one of the major contributing factors that led to their breakup.


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