Anyanka, the demon who used her power to grant wishes to let Cordelia unwillingly create a world without Buffy as Sunnydale slayer, failed since then to get top-rank demon D'Hoffryn to rehabilitate her, but finally gets a chance to succeed in her menial incarnation as Sunnydale High pupil Anya: Willow, who is frustrated as a girl and individual, always taken for granted, in Buffy's shadow and just got railroaded by principal Snyder to 'tutor', or in fact slavishly do the paper writing on her own, for a spoiled jock brat, hunky Percy West, who even explicitly barks at her as his menial flunky, naively accepts to help 'Anya' with a black magic spell. Willow realizes only too late she's really working for the wrong side, stops before Anyanka's power-amulet is revalidated, but still summons a parallel Willow from a black dimension where she's a master vampire, who now makes her grand entry in Drusilla-style at the Bronze, co-existing with gentle Willow. The gang has no time to mourn 'the ... Written by
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The term from the title "doppelgänger' refers to a duplicate or double of a person or their mirror image or reflection. In the myth, it absolutely doesn't mean that one is all good and the other is all evil. For instance, the generous one can be violent and the peaceful one can be greedy. See more
At 14:40 we see a couple, in red sleeveless jackets, leaving the movie theater behind Vampire Willow. They take several steps into the street before the view cuts to a closer view of Willow. We then see them emerging from the theater again. See more
[about Vamp Willow's outfit
Are you okay in that?
It's a little binding. I guess vampires really don't have to breathe.
[looks down into her low-cut shirt
Gosh, look at those!
References Old Yeller
Performed by Christophe Beck See more