Buffy decides that in order to take care of herself and Dawn she must get back to college and find herself a job. This all becomes much more difficult when the nerd Trio decide to present the Slayer with a series of challenges to determine the extent of her abilities. Written by
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The two illustrations on the book of art history that Tara gives Buffy and the Slayer opens randomly are the portrait of Henry VIII Tudor, king of England, by Hans Holbein the Younger, and the Ecstasy of Saint Teresa of Avila, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Both baroque masterpieces. See more
During the Triumvirate's "James Bond" discussion, Jonathan claims that The Living Daylights was "written for Roger Moore". In fact, Moore had announced his retirement from the role of Bond long before work on The Living Daylights began - if written with anyone in mind, it was probably Pierce Brosnan (who had in fact agreed to play Bond in The Living Daylights, but was forced to withdraw due to his contract with TV show Remington Steele). This could be regarded as an intentional error, but it's unlikely that such an apparent James Bond obsessive as Jonathan would make such a mistake. See more
Oh, she's coming over here. What do we do?
Jonathan, grab your magic bone.
[Warren and Andrew start laughing
References Dr. No
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett See more