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And so we reach the last episode. I love BTVS so much that it's always
hard to watch "Chosen" and see Sunnydale fall. Honestly, this isn't the
best season finale that the show produced. But, it does wrap up the
show, sending Buffy into the future and adulthood. You really should
see "Chosen" if you're a fan of the show.
"Chosen" picks up right where "End of Days" left off. Angel's come to Sunnydale to help Buffy. After Buffy kills Caleb, Angel gives her a magic amulet that may be the key to stopping the First. Only a Champion can wear it and Angel volunteers. Buffy says no, that he should go back to LA and prepare a second front. Then she heads home and gives the amulet to Spike. (It's kinna like the opposite of what she did with the ring of Amara back in season four's "Harsh Light of Day".) Spike is touched that Buffy think he's a Champion and the two of them spend the night together. When the First shows up to taunt Buffy, it inadvertently gives her an idea. She asks Willow if she can use the magic ax to turn all the Potentials into full blown Slayers... Right away. Willow promises to try and they make plans to attack the Hellmouth.
Their plan is to (1) Have Willow pull magic from the ax, (2) Attack the Hellmouth with an army of Slayers and (3) Station the weaker people like Anya and Andrew, etc... in the school hallways to fight and UberVamps that escape the Hellmouth. Everything goes well at first, but then the First begins really fighting back. Slayers fall. Anya dies. Spike's pendant begins to glow and suddenly he's in a pillar of light. (Interstingly, now Spike's "gleaming" just like Dru said back in "Fool for Love.") Buffy rushes towards him, but Spike won't take the pendant off. He knows what it does. It going to close the Hellmouth. The other Slayers hurry out, while Buffy takes hold of Spike's hand and tells him that she loves him. Spike smiles and responds, "No you don't, but thanks for saying it." Then he orders Buffy to run. Buffy escapes as Sunnydale collapses into the Hellmouth. Giles asks what happened and Buffy answers, "Spike." Dawn asks what they should so now. Buffy stands next to the crater and realizes that she's not the sole guardian of the world anymore. She smiles slightly as her life stretches out before her.
There are some really great parts to this episode. I love Angel and Spike's "sibling rivalry." Angel jealously complains about Spike's switch to the White Hats, "Everybody's got a soul, now." While Spike tapes a little drawing of Angel a punching bag. Spike's an excellent artist. He drew some great portraits of Buffy back in season five. But his cartoon rendering of Angel has Xs for eyes and jagged, pointy hair. I laugh every time I see it. Buffy actually does pretty well appeasing both vampires, giving Angel a moving, "I'm still cookie dough. I'm not done baking, yet" speech and handing over the amulet to Spike because she sees him as a Champion. It's nice. And Spike and Buffy's last moment together, where she grabs his hand and fire shoots out, is just beautiful. Also, I love the scene with Xander, Giles, Andrew and Amanda playing Dungeons and Dragons. Anya is asleep next to them and Xander just reaches over and ruffles her hair. He really does love her. And, in the end, I think it's important that Anya and Spike were the ones to "die" saving the world. They met the Scoobies as demons, and left them as Champions. When Xander asks Andrew what happened to Anya, Andrew makes up one last story so she'll be remembered as a hero. In the end, Anya and Spike weren't really humans... They were better.
If Spike actually died in this episode, I would be furious. He's my favorite character. Luckily, he's resurrected over on season five of "Angel" as a very unhappy "ghost." If you're going to follow Spike over there, I really suggest that you see "Angel" seasons 1-4 first. It'll make the show easier to follow. But, just once, watch Spike's first moments of "unlife" over on "Just Rewards," directly after you watch "Chosen." His utter disorientation at suddenly being in LA is completely understandable. I felt kind of freaked out myself when I saw the episodes that way.
On the down side, is it just me or were Buffy, the Potentials, the ax, and everything kinna pointless? Angel brought the magic pendant to town and Spike closed the Hellmouth with it. Ultimately, that's what won the battle, not creating Slayers and killing a bunch of UberVamps. Spike and Angel saved the world... Again. And, why did Anya die and Kennedy live? That's incredibly unfair. What were they thinking letting Anya try to battle UberVamps? She doesn't have any special powers. One of the Slayers should have been with each "normal person" team. Also, Spike should have been dreaming about cheese, not cool whip. It would have tied back in with season four's "Restless." Finally, Xander and Dawn shouldn't have been joking about the mall in the final scene. After Spike and Anya died saving the world, it comes off as insensitive, not funny.
My favorite part of the episode: Buffy, Xander, Giles and Willow standing in the school right before the final battle, as the camera circles around them. They fall back into their familiar camaraderie, listing all the things they want to do the next day. Then they slowly break apart, Giles repeating his "The world is doomed" line from season one's "The Harvest." And Xander, the first Scoobie to meet Buffy back in "Welcome to the Hellmouth," is the last one to break away from her now. The Scoobies are the heart of the show and I get misty eyed every time I see that scene.
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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Crisis averted. Buffy saved the world. Again. Or... NOT?:) I won't
begin by stating the obvious: what happened in the last two episodes of
The Grand Finale of "Buffy...". I'm sure you've all seen it. I'm also
sure 80% of you even saw "Angel". I will, however, tell you a secret.
The key of this finale lies in one tiny episode in "Angel" called "I
will remember you". For all those that don't read the lines but only
look at the funny pictures (to quote Xander), I suggest a short
Angel became human again... for a day... WHY did he throw it all away? Because he went to the Oracle. He wanted to know why the Mohra demon said the end of the days has begun. That soldiers of darkness were coming. (Does that ring a bell to you?) He wanted to know what happened to the Slayer when these soldiers came. And the answer was "What happens to all mortal beings. She will die". And then Angel pleads for her life. He offers his life instead and they accept. They swallow the day as if it never happened and he remains a vampire and Buffy walks out on him.
What was the purpose of this sacrifice? It was Buffy's life. Her guaranteed success in the final battle against the Primal Evil. He TRADED his future with her for her life. That is WHY Buffy didn't die in the end. The stabbing was no accident. She was SUPPOSED to die from the wound. But she got up, continued fighting and even managed to run across building rooftops so as to escape the shock wave.
It was, also, not a coincidence or a trifle for the screenwriters to include Angel in the last 2 episodes of Buffy's finale. Angel was the one who orchestrated this battle from my viewpoint. The man who pulled all the strings from the shadow. He was the one who "rehabilitated" Faith, gave the amulet to Spike and also made sure Buffy would live. He was not worried. When Buffy was fighting Caleb, he sat aside and let her "do her thing". He even jokingly taunted her "You are SO gonna lose!" because he knew she was going to be fine. Angel left because there was no need for him to stay everything was assured. I love the way he's still the old Angel the one who discretely guides Buffy's destiny and looks out for her. These episodes, as most Buffy episodes, are charged with subtext.
Anyway, the battle went on as we know it and the righteous were separated from the unworthy. Anya (former demon) and Spike (also demon) died. All the others lived. Even the unimportant ones like Andrew or the Principal. It kind of makes sense...
I'll tell you what I liked about this ending. I liked the scene where Buffy and Angel are talking in the graveyard and watching them is a white statue of... an angel! (Bet you didn't notice) I liked Faith when she proposed Chao-Ahn to be the leader, on the grounds that "It's hard to lead people into a deathtrap if you don't speak English". I liked the bracing music and the Matrix moves. I liked how the "Welcome to Sunnydale" sign collapsed into the crater in the end.
What I didn't like was Spike's exaggerating "the best night of his life". And how the screenwriters turned him into a cheap, EXPENDABLE Angel copy-cat (I wish he kept to his former, soulless self. He was a great character when he was with Dru). I also hate how Willow could reverse "a thousand generation" rule (there can be only one Slayer) but somehow couldn't remove a simple curse like the gypsy prophecy on Angel. I also hate Dawn, who promised to be a great weapon and power source but, in the end, turned out to be nothing but a frightened little girl. I hate the whole idea of "shutting the mouth of hell once and for all" equaling to collapsing it (Why fight the Uber-vamps when you can simply bomb the place and be done with it?) I hate how Faith ended up with the Principle and how quickly Willow replaced Tara.
I also want to "congradulate" whoever dressed Buffy and Dawn in these 2 episodes for making them wear high heels in such combat scenes. It just looked ridiculous! Buffy seemed to be out on a date instead of "hack and slash" mode.
In the end, I want to point out another thing that nobody considered in these comments, and that is that this fight was NOT a complete success. Buffy could defeat the raging army of Uber-Vamps but she could NOT destroy the Primal Evil. She won a battle, but not the war.
The future for Buffy looks promising. She sees "fat grandchildren" at some point in her life. She basically confides in Angel to wait for her until she feels ready. And his answer is "I ain't getting any older". What more of a happy ending could you ask for?:)
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The last episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Chosen did its job in
ending it all nicely. While it wasn't the best season finale, it wasn't
The episode picks up right where the previous episode leaves off, Buffy talking to Angel. The conversation is nice, and gives hope that once Angel and Buffy get it together, there is a chance that they may end up with each other after all. Angel (arguably, I know) is Buffy's true love and it's what a lot of people wanted. Though, I don't really think it made much sense to send Angel away.
While the finale wraps things up nicely, there are a bunch of things that didn't make sense. Like putting Anya and Andrew and Xander and Dawn in their own little groups. None of them can fight, how are they supposed to stand against the ubervamps? And Buffy had a really hard time defeating the one ubervamp, but now Giles and Robin are just lopping their heads off? And it was all pretty pointless in the end, because Spike ended up sacrificing himself and doing all the work anyways.
Regardless, it was a satisfying episode. The fight scenes were cool, Sunnydale being swallowed into the ground was awesome, and the group shot when they exited the school bus was nice.
Ultimately though, the part that really gets to me (even more so then Anya's death) is the part where the original Scoobies (Giles, Willow, Buffy, Xander) all get together before the final fight and have their little conversation. My eyes water just thinking about that exchange.
Overall, not Buffy's best, but an enjoyable series finale.
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Had this been just another season finale of Buffy it wouldn't be judged
as harshly as it is. But because it is the series finale people were
probably expecting a lot more. Overall it does end the series nicely
and once again Buffy and her friends save the world which is what we
were all expecting to happen.
There are some really nice moments in this episode. It is kind of nice to see Buffy and Angel together again. Things are always so complicated between them its nice to see them just have a conversation. And if you see Angel season 5 "The Girl in Question", Angel does mention the cookie dough speech again.
I also like the Principal Wood/Faith relationship. I think they go well together. Its nice to see Faith have someone.
The last scene with the Scoobies before the fight is really nice. There hasn't been much Scoobie time this season so it was a great moment.
And of course the last scene between Spike and Buffy. We've been watching their relationship grow over the last three season and this is an amazing ending to it. It's great to hear Buffy finally tell Spike she loves him. We knew she had feelings for him and there have been hints that she loved him before. She's mentioned the word love with Spike before like "You always hurt the ones you love." I think the reason he said no you don't is because he knew it wasn't the same way he felt about her. Like she'd said in the cookie dough speech, she wasn't really ready to love someone in that way.
But like other Buffy episode there are parts that don't make sense/are weird/ are just silly. One of them being Caleb's line "You ready to end this...bitch!" This line is just so ridiculous and the way he says it just makes me laugh.
Also Buffy tells Angel to get a second front together. But who is he going to get? Over on Angel, Cordy just gave birth to Jasmine and is in a coma, his son went crazy and he just took over Wolfram and Hart. Angel, Wesley and Gunn aren't going to be much of a second front. Sure Lorne could sing high pitched at the Ubervamps but he won't be much help in the way of fighting and Fred isn't much of a fighter. The only reason Angel could take down the big bads on his season finale was because he had Spike, Illyria, Lindsay and even Connor to help. I don't think he would have helped much with the second front, he might as well have stayed and helped Buffy.
Another is why wouldn't Willow just do the slayer spell on the axe right away? Then they would know if it worked and Buffy could have the axe for the whole fight. And all the gang would be there to stop Willow if she went all crazy again.
I feel like this episode had a great mix of action, romance and fun. The fight scene was pretty cool. I mean the potentials did hold their own until Spike's necklace kicked in. I liked how they managed to get some funny lines in like "party in my eye-socket and everyone's invited!"
I think the episodes weakest part was the last scene. The Scoobies always joked around at inappropriate times but this just seemed really unnecessary. People had just died and they're talking about the mall. It seems like they could have found something a little more important to say at that time.
But overall I think it did a good job of wrapping up the series.
The first thing that comes to mind when discussing or describing season
7 of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is that its reputation is a direct
result of fans not being pleased with some choices made rather than the
actual quality of writing. Sure, this season is uneven, but its highs
more than make up for its more uneven sections.
The main criticisms of season 7 are centered on the middle section of the season, when the potential slayers start showing up. I don't know if any of these episodes are bad, exactly, but they're not incredibly good and do slow the pace a little. I imagine they would have been frustrating on television, but they're only mildly annoying on DVD.
Season 7 doesn't begin spectacularly well, but there are enough gems to make it very strong overall: "Same Time, Same Place", "Selfless", "Sleeper", and especially "Conversations With Dead People", which is easily one of the best episodes of the entire series. Following "Sleeper", the season dips, as has been noted by others. My issue with people consistently claiming this is one of the weaker seasons (which it most certainly is not) is that the opening and closing sections are so good they cancel out the six episodes in the middle of the season that everybody complains about. Virtually everything from "Lies My Parents Told Me" and forward is brilliant, especially the series finale, which is miles better than "The Gift" as far as I'm concerned.
Drew Goddard enhances the writing team, and all his episodes are great. The rest of the writing crew do a good job as usual as does the core cast, as do(warning! Blasphemy ahead!) the actresses who play the potentials, who aren't nearly as annoying as say... Adam or Glory. All in all this is a really excellent season of television that is easily among the better seasons of Buffy, although not as good as seasons 3 or 6.
As a final note: who didn't like having Faith back?
Season average based on all episodes: 7.63/10
Ranking of seasons with average rating:
1. Season 3: 8.23/10
2. Season 6: 7.86/10
3. Season 7: 7.63/10
4. Season 2: 7.10/10
5. Season 5: 6.86/10
6. Season 4: 6.36/10
7. Season 1: 5.33/10
Series average: 7.05/10
Rating as a whole: 8/10
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When I watched the season 7 season finale, i was prepared for it to be
great. The episodes leading up to it were perfect(except for her
kissing Angel, and Angel being back), with Spike and Buffy finally
finding a mutual love for each other. Just sleeping peacefully in each
others arms was a scene I LOVED. However, i was not satisfied with the
ending. Here's some of the things that I liked/didn't: (dislike1)I
didn't like how they killed off Spike in the end. I don't care if he
comes back in Angel, I wanted him and Buffy to be together and they
never ended up like that. If he talked to her at the end of Angel, or
they made SOME kind of hope of them being together, this review
probably would have went a lot differently. (Like1)Anyway there was one
thing I liked. I liked how they took the power from the axe and gave it
to all the potentials to make them full out slayers. (Dislike2)However,
it disappointed me again. If they had Buffy's power, why did they die
so easily? She didn't die in the 7 years she was a slayer, so why did
they die within five minutes of being slayers? (Like2)Also it was pure
perfection when she gripped Spike's hand and told him she loved him. It
didn't really bother me how he didn't believe her because even though
he didn't say it, I think on some level, he did know that she loved
him, and more than ever before.
(all dislikes from here on out) I completely hated how after they killed off Anya and Spike, they still talked about going to the mall. If I was Buffy I would've staked them all right there. Plus, Spike could've been saved. She said there's still time he could leave, and he could've. He destroyed the most of them, making it so that they could all get out safely and the Hellmouth still would've closed, protecting and saving everyone while making an ending everyone would enjoy. And the thing I probably hated the most (after Spike died of course, if you hadn't guessed) was when Buffy smiled at the end. The love of your life just burned and exploded and died and all you did was run away. I would've ripped that effing necklace off his neck and flung him up the stairs. And not to mention, the love of your best friend's life just died, and you're just sitting there smiling. Nobody was crying or anything. Some people were teary eyed, but none were crying. I wouldn't have left the hell-mouth without Spike, and if I were Xander,I wouldn't have left the school without Anya's body. I mean she could at least have been buried. Dawn didn't go looking for her sister she just ran on the bus. The she frantically looks out the bus windows and I'm just like "seriously?" you're the one that ran away and left her to die. This was the worst ending I've ever seen or witnessed. It was insensitive, smiling and no crying, and killing off favorite characters. Why not kill off the principal, who nobody liked anyway. All in all, this was awful and a disgrace to Joss Whedon.
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And so it ends....
The Good; It's all wonderful. Two favourites, Vi slapping Rhona and Dawn saving Xander.
Women good/men bad; The Shadowmen created only one Slayer so that they could control her but now Buffy and Faith share their power with thousands of girls worldwide.
Kills; see IMDb Buffy FAQ
Recurring characters killed: 19-goodbye Amanda, my favourite Potential. Goodbye Anya, a bit character who became a huge part of the Buffyverse. If Joss had killed Buffy, Will, Xander and Giles or Faith the fans wouldn't forgive him and if Dawn died it would be no victory for Buffy. We expect Wood or Andrew to die but instead he defies our expectations and kills our beloved Amanda and Anya, we paid for our victory.
For me it would still have been a victory as long as Dawn made it, that would still mean the good guys won. But I'm so glad that Buffy and Dawn get to walk off into the sunset hand-in-hand with most of their Scooby friends/family following.
In total this means on Buffy we lose one regular or recurring character killed every 8 eps or so, was any other show ever so ruthless in killing off it's main cast? To all those who played their part and gave their lives for the greater good and those they loved.
Jesse, Flutie, Jenny, Kendra, Larry, Snyder, Professor Walsh, Forrest, McNamara, Joyce, Katrina, Tara, Quentin Travers, Chloe, Molly, Jonathon, Miss Kitty, Amanda, Anya
And as for Spike...?
Total number of scoobies: thousands!
Dawn the bashful virgin; 10 finally understands about Kennedy's pierced tongue.
What the fanficcers thought; Lovely one called The Circle where after the final battle Dawn finds the letter Amanda left for her, telling her that she loved her, that Dawn is to have a long and happy life and that Amanda will wait for her in heaven. It ends with Dawn kissing the letter then burning it, explaining to Faith that it's the only way she could think off to get her kiss to Amanda.
All time favourite has to be The Last Scooby where an elderly Dawn is the last survivor of the Sunnydale gang, a contented grandmother surrounded by her numerous, loving family. She dies in her sleep and is reunited with Buffy, Joyce and everyone she ever loved in heaven, everyone young and beautiful again and in each other's embrace forever. But is she the last Scooby? Who is the white-haired, immortal witch crying tears of sorrow and joy over Dawn's peaceful body? Also a nice one speculating where the actors will be ten years after the show, James Marsters having joined a monastery, Emma Caulfield in prison, Michelle Tractenberg a presidential contender with Britney Spears as her running mate, Amber Benson on CSI;Nebraska etc 'Where are they now? And if you need a happy ending to every Buffy/Angel darkfic ever try 'The Final Fanfic'
Questions and observations; There's another (presumably inactive) Hellmouth in Cleveland where alternate Buffy was based in The Wish. Dawn refers to herself as Watcher Junior. Despite all his self-doubt over the years Buffy entrusts Xander with Dawn, the most precious thing in the world to her.
When Buffy and Spike hold hands and their fingers catch fire it's reminiscent of their discussion of love in season 6 when she dumps him, she tells him that their love would burn until there was nothing left. But Buffy finally breaks away here from their destructive love and goes off to see the world, the endless road ahead which Buffy looks down after the bus stops then looks back at the crater as the Sunnydale sign falls into the wreckage. For the past is history and the future promises great things for them all.
How lovely that the last words we ever hear spoken on Buffy are by our wonderful Dawn.
So Buffy defeats the First Evil, destroys the Hellmouth and shares her power with thousands of girls all over the world, forming a Slayer army to annihilate the forces of darkness. She and Faith can now share the evil fighting responsibilities and look forward to having grandchildren and dying in their beds as happy old ladies. She smiles her enigmatic, hopeful little smile...
OR Buffy has destroyed Sunnydale and defeated her demons, sealing the Hellmouth forever, sharing her power with thousands of girls, overcoming herself in the form of the First. Faith tells her from now on she has to live like an ordinary person. "What are we going to do now Buffy?" asks Dawn. Buffy smiles her enigmatic little smile...
...and wakes up in the asylum we see her in during Normal Again, her sanity restored after 7 years. To Hank and Joyce's delight she embraces her normal existence once more, struck by how much her imaginary Sunnydale Scoobies closely resemble her friends from Hemery High, all of whom are still alive as the events of the Buffy movie were all part of her fantasy. She enjoys a long, happy, successful life, writing a series of bestselling fantasy books/TV shows/movies based on her delusion. And calls her children (and Hank and Joyce's beloved grandchildren), Dawn, Rupert, Faith, Willow and Alexander.
OR Post-Chosen Sunnydale Buffy can live more normally again and Asylum Buffy in a parallel universe is no longer driven crazy by her visions of the Slayer so she too becomes sane again after 7 years and gets on with her life, still only 23.
Whichever way, she makes it, our girl makes it, good for her! Marks out of 10; 10/10, the fantastic last ep of the best television series ever. We shall never see it's like again At the end Joss thanks us for watching his show. No Joss, thank you for making it. And thank you everyone here for discussing it with me, it's been a real pleasure
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To watch 'Chosen' you have to be in the right frame of mind they
intended this to be the last episode of Buffy and continue on with the
comic books (which surprisingly are better than the Serenity books
probably because in BtVS you can expand the universe because it matured
which Firefly didn't get a chance to). Angel's in town and he brings a
necklace to destroy the Hellmouth.
The First just yaks to people to do horrible things and The First was the key to The Hellmouth's destruction by telling Buffy "a Slayer will be alone" so Buffy had an Idea by basically saying to Willow "hey Willow make all The Potentials Slayers" one of the many flaws in the powers of persuasion.
This basically is one gigantic battle with vampires (with the title that's hardly surprising). This finale ended the way I wanted it to aside from Spike dying that was pretty bad but I've seen Angel Series 5 (for those of you who are unaware Spike returns as a Ghost) but yeah I GOT TO SEE ANYA DIE!!!!!!!!!! what use is Anya to the gang anyway... do they need the most annoying character ever to be in A Joss Whedon show there (actually I'm having a hard time figuring out who's worse Glory or Anya)? do they? I knew why they didn't kill off Xander Willow or Giles... because I know the public doesn't want to see a Series airing with the people in it for 7 years just to see them die. I didn't want to see them die (but I would've wanted Anya to die earlier).
I suggest after watching all of Buffy you should read the comic Books as well they're like the series on paper and if you watch Angel Series 5 you'll find out their future Buffy runs a school in Italy a school for the Two Thousand Slayers in the world.
What do I do now?
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OK. To begin with, I just watched all of Buffy recently. I never watched it on TV because when the Buffy movie came out, I hated it (of course, a lot has changed since then). That being said, I gotta admit that I was very stunned to find out how enjoyable it actually was. I even began to get Willow-y when I talked at times haha. Season 7 was much darker than all the others, but I liked the way it was going, especially in the final few leading up to the finale. You can tell that the writers had practically given up by this episode or run out of ideas or something. The weren't giving nearly as much as they had for all of the others. I had a lot of problems with this episode, but one thing I did like was the Spike and Buffy scene (even though I never wanted them together, esp after he turned stalker-y and built a mannequin and a sex-bot, sniffing her undies...etc) I didn't understand why the spell had to turn all potentials worldwide into all out slayers when the major battle was in the school. Which also brings up another question... Why did the spell have to be performed at the school? Why not have done it at home instead of putting Willow and her girl in danger? I didn't think about it til today, but someone brought up another good point on this message board... Buffy was nearly killed by the uber-vamp two or three times... and she's got 8 years or so experience on the "new slayers", but they were killing the slayers with no problem. I was also rooting for her sis to be a potential which could've led to a very different ending, probably even better, a lot better. Its not that we are criticizing the show for it being the finale. All of the other endings were far better (even the one with the dream sequence). 5 was the best ending when they planned to end it the first time. What happened?
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