Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6, Episode 6

All the Way (30 Oct. 2001)

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Dawn lies to Buffy and goes out with a boy on Halloween, but when the boy turns out to be a vampire ignoring the Halloween-no-killing rule, Buffy and the guys must save her...again.

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Dawn sneaks out and spends Halloween night with a friend and two guys. When they are invited into the home of an eccentric old man, however, things take a turn for the weird. Meanwhile, Tara expresses concern that Willow is using too much magic and an argument ensues. Written by Anonymous

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One of the only three episodes to based on Halloween. See more »

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When Buffy and Xander go out on the front porch for air, you can see the boom microphone reflected in the front windows of the house. See more »

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Rupert Giles: [after Anya decides to have an after-holiday sale] Brooms all around, then.
Willow Rosenberg: Or I could whip up a jaunty self-cleaning incantation. It'll be like Fantasia.
Rupert Giles: We all know how splendidly that turned out for Mickey.
Willow Rosenberg: I think I'm a little more adept than a cartoon mouse.
Tara Maclay: And you have more fingers, which is good, 'cause then there's no need to wear those big, white gloves to overcompensate.
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The One Where Dawn Almost Goes All The Way...
28 October 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed this episode. It's not my favorite Halloween episode in the series, but it's a pretty good one. It is one of the only three episodes based on Halloween in the entire series. I don't know why they didn't do a Halloween episode every season. I guess it was either too much or it didn't fit into the current storyline.

In this episode, it's Halloween in Sunnydale and The Magic Box is having a big sale. Anya and Xander tell everyone, finally, that they're getting married. And everyone is really happy. We find out that Giles isn't always cleaning his glasses, he just doesn't want to see what's happening. We find this out when Anya and Xander are kissing. Willow and Buffy through an inpromt-due engagement party. I hope that's how you say it. Inpromt-due, maybe. It wasn't pre-organized, it was in the heat of the moment. There, that's a better way of saying. When Dawn is meant to be staying at a friends house, they sneak out with some older boys. These boys turn out to be vampires. Buffy finds out she's gone and she and Spike go to look for her. When the vampires try to get "toothy" Buffy and Spike show up to save the say. Spike says the funniest thing, "It's Halloween, we take the night off, those are the rules", then the vampire replies, "We don't follow rules. Me and mine are rebels." Spike responds to that with, "No, I'm a rebel, you're an idiot", and then he stakes him. Awesome.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10.


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