Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6, Episode 14

Older and Far Away (12 Feb. 2002)

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After Dawn talks to a guidance counselor about her feeling lonely, she accidentally puts a spell on Buffy and her friends, trapping them inside the Summer's house with a sword-wielding demon.

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Everyone gathers at the Summers home for Buffy's twenty-first birthday party and it goes well... at first. Feeling neglected by Buffy and the gang, Dawn's wish to keep people from leaving her is answered by Halfrek, who binds the attendees of the party to the house. When Tara tries a spell to free them, she only makes the situation worse by accidentally releasing a demon trapped inside a sword. Written by Alex

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When Anya angrily tells Willow that she should work some magic to free everyone who came to Buffy's party from the house, Tara steps between them and says, "...you're not gonna make her do something she doesn't want to. And if you try, you'll have to go through me first." The triumphant smile on Tara's face suggests her memory of Buffy saying, in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Family (2000), saying to Tara's relatives, "You want to take Tara out of here against her will, you gotta come through me." See more »

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As Spike walks toward the front door at 40:53, you can see part of a lighting instrument at the top edge of the frame, just left of the door. See more »

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Anya: [pottering about the Magic Box] Do you think we should set up lots of candles for Buffy's party tomorrow?
Xander Harris: Not if they're that horrible slug kind you keep trying to unload.
Anya: I don't know why people get so turned off by slug.
Xander Harris: Honey, *slugs* get turned off by slug.
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References Twilight Zone: It's a Good Life (1961) See more »

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Great episode.
18 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Im sure no one seriously thinks it is plagerizm to have the theme of people unable to leave a get together. This "mexican film" is not the first or the last to feature such a story. The play "Waiting for Godot" has characters that are waiting to leave, but don't know what they are waiting for, and can't leave until it happens. Its common surrealist fare. I don't think that the party that never ends is really the central message of this episode. Its more of a running gag. The fact that Halifreck is obviously Ceciy is great. And the partial resolution of Dawns problems is gratifying. The characters being unsble to leave sort of forces them to confront each other in meaningful ways. That is in my opinion the point.


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