Willow has another try at active magic, trying to cure her lovesick longing for Oz by means of a spell which makes her will come true, but thinks it failed while it's only delayed and sometimes works otherwise, more literally then she meant, so without anyone realizing for a while she blinds Giles, switches Amy from rat to girl and back, teleports Buffy, makes her tell off Riley because she and Spike fall madly in love and actually plan a wedding and makes Xander attract demons. Only when Anya, Xander and Giles, who was looking for magic to help Spike with his feeding problem, figure out what has happened can the magic be reversed, but the council of the upper demon D'Hoffryn, who granted her spell, has summoned Willow, intending to recruit her as a powerful evil witch, not the failure she believed to be... Written by
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Per the title, for good luck the bride must wear something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. See more
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[after Willow's spell, Buffy thinks she and Spike are engaged
I probably only escaped because I'm the Slayer. Some kind of natural immunity.
Yeah, right, you're marrying Spike because you're so right for each other.
That's it, you're off the usher list.
References Steel Magnolias
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett See more