Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6, Episode 11

Gone (8 Jan. 2002)

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The Three Geeks mistakenly turn Buffy invisible. The Slayer takes some advantage from going unseen. Willow has to do the detective without using magic, while Xander finds Spike doing some weird physical training.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Social Services Supervisor
Kelly Parver ...
Girl in Park
Jeffrey Jacquin ...
Meter Man
Dwight Bacquie ...
Security Guard


The Geek Trio have built an invisibility ray and accidentally hit Buffy with it. But since everything in Buffy's life is a mess right now, she decides she likes the invisible life. But Xander and Anya discover the invisibility comes with a toll. Meanwhile, Willow tries to live life without magic. Written by Alex

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8 January 2002 (USA)  »

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As Buffy is leaving the social services office, she can be heard whistling "Going through the Motions," the opening song from episode 7, "Once More with Feeling." See more »


When invisible Buffy is typing on the social workers computer, you can see the strings that are moving the keys. See more »


Jonathan Levinson: We're not killers, we're crime lords!
Andrew Wells: Yeah! Like-like Lex Luthor. He's always trying to take over Metropolis, but he doesn't kill Superman!
Warren Meers: Because it's Superman's book, you moron!
Andrew Wells: But Lex doesn't kill him, does he?
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References Midnight Cowboy (1969) See more »


Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett
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Now you see her...
3 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Oh the irony...Buffy at her monolithic best, while clearing out all the magic-related things in the house to help Willow's addiction, finds Spike's cigarette lighter in the sofa and pauses for a second -- then puts the lighter in the box with all the magic stuff. Yet later on it ends up in her pocket. (watching Spike retrieve it from her pocket is possibly the most exciting moment of the show, depending on your orientation)

Actually...this is like a bad Batman, Bewitched, or I Dream Of Jeannie episode. Sinister evil dudes come up with a ray gun that makes them invisible so they can rob banks, peek into girl's locker rooms, etc. Then they accidentally make Buffy invisible. So when Xander "feels" for Buffy...it's a big yuck when he finds her invisible boobs.

Silliness rules this episode. Even the score music sounds more like Desperate Housewives.

Invisible Buffy gaslights Doris the social worker who doesn't think Dawn should stay with Buffy.

Spike has sex with invisible Buffy and Xander walks in in the middle. Spike pretends that he had been doing push ups. Xander leaves. Buffy goes down on Spike. It's cute.

Buffy and Willow prevail in the end.

"Yea for us".

Not one of the better episodes of the season.

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