Buffy is dead, and the Scooby Gang must do the best they can without her. But concern about the way she died leads Willow to believe that she may have been pulled into a hell dimension. ... See full summary »
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Jennifer Love Hewitt,
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Meet Georgia Lass (who prefers to be called George). She is a young Seattle college dropout who is unhappy with life. She is always at odds with her mom, Joy. One day coming back from her ... See full summary »
Buffy is dead, and the Scooby Gang must do the best they can without her. But concern about the way she died leads Willow to believe that she may have been pulled into a hell dimension. Unable to bear the thought of their friend enduring eternal torment, Willow, Xander, Anya, and Tara decide to perform a resurrection spell that will bring Buffy back from the dead. Written by
In a 'Buffy' first, half the end credits are shown at the beginning. See more »
As Spike is leaving the house at 23:19, you can see his reflection in the mirror to the right of the front door, as well as in the glass of the door's sidelight. See more »
[Spike takes a lackadaisical approach to saving Giles' life]
You might have let me in on your plan while he throttled me.
Oh, poor Watcher. Did your life pass before your eyes? Cuppa tea, cuppa tea, almost got shagged, cuppa tea.
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In Region 2 DVD's, "Bargaining" is the only two-part that is melted in one feature-length episode. I do state that if they chose to make it a single episode, cutting out the bad parts, it should be my favorite. But the biker demons are one of the silliest and lamest villains in the whole show! That said, the resurrection of Buffy by Willow is the single most revolutionary, heretic, moving scene of the show! For the first time, the witch is using overall blackest magick. Beginning with her slaughtering bambi, then the pentacle (she, Tara, Xander, Anya and dead Buffy), then the snake from her mouth: they are all Voodoo charms. But Willow got through Voodoo: she raised the dead from her tomb and gave her a conscience! Buffy was a putrefied cadaver: not even Jesus Christ did the same! Lazarus was dead just by a couple of days, not months! No wonder if Willow feels omnipotent!
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