Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 7, Episode 22

Chosen (20 May 2003)

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After killing Caleb, Buffy conceives a plan to defeat the First once and for all. Willow invokes a magic spell that alters the ancient Slayer spell and gives Buffy the allies she needs to ... See full summary »

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After killing Caleb, Buffy conceives a plan to defeat the First once and for all. Willow invokes a magic spell that alters the ancient Slayer spell and gives Buffy the allies she needs to fight the Uber-Vamp army. An epic battle ensues and several good friends are lost. At the end, Buffy faces a completely new problem -- one she's glad to have. Written by Isaac32767

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The scene in which Buffy, Xander, Willow, and Giles stand and discuss what they'll do the next day, which ends with Giles saying to himself "The Earth is definitely doomed" is an homage to the very first storyline of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) which takes place over the first two episodes of season 1. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Harvest (1997) ends with Buffy, Xander, and Willow walking away talking about ways for Buffy to get herself kicked out of school, and Giles turns and mutters "The Earth is doomed". See more »

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When Buffy has told the Scoobies her plan about going down into the Hellmouth, Willow starts talking about how it's beyond anything she's ever done. As she says this she is looking in Buffy's direction, but as she continues and the camera cuts away, her reflection can be seen in a nearby mirror - she is suddenly looking straight ahead of her and then turns to look in Giles's direction. She is then suddenly looking back in Buffy's direction as the camera cuts back to her. See more »

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Buffy: So here's the part where you make a choice. What if you could have that power, now? In every generation, one Slayer is born, because a bunch of men who died thousands of years ago made up that rule. They were powerful men. This woman is more powerful than all of them combined. So I say we change the rule. I say my power, should be *our* power. Tomorrow, Willow will use the essence of this scythe to change our destiny. From now on, every girl in the world who might be a Slayer, will be a Slayer....
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The Mutant Enemy logo looks at the camera and growls, then keeps walking. See more »

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Referenced in Angel: Damage (2004) See more »

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett
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As good of a finale as i have seen
27 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think that this was the best finale to any show that i have ever seen. I was disappointed with the angel series finale. I have always been a huge BTVS fan and was very happy to see a final episode with good resolution and action. I thought that the entire seventh season was done masterfully. I also thoroughly enjoyed season 6, although the first 5 seasons were great too. I really enjoyed the development of Andrew's character in season seven, and as a fellow nerd i thought that the trio was the most hilarious group of "villains" ever. Caleb was also a great character. When he knocked out Buffy with one punch on there first meeting I knew i would love his character. Although sometimes he rambled too much. I'm looking forward to future work by Joss.


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