Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6, Episode 8

Tabula Rasa (13 Nov. 2001)

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Willow tries to solve too many problems with magic, accidentally making herself and the others forget who they are just as a demon loan shark and his boys come looking to collect a debt from Spike.

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Willow tries to solve too many problems with magic, accidentally making herself and the others forget who they are just as a demon loan shark and his boys come looking to collect a debt from Spike.

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When Spike realizes he is a vampire, as well as deciding that (like Angel) he must be "a vampire with a soul", on a "mission of redemption", he claims that: "I help the helpless". "We help the helpless" is the slogan of Angel Investigations in the spin-off series Angel (1999). See more »

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When a "henchvamp" shoves Spike up against a bookcase in the Magic Box, both vampires are reflected in the glass of the case's doors, and later the vampires lurking outside are reflected in the shop's front window. See more »

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Buffy: [a vampire attacks Spike] Hey! Stay away from Randy!
[She stakes the vampire and he dusts. The Scoobies and Buffy watch in complete wide-eyed amazement]
Dawn: Whoa!
Willow Rosenberg: What did you just do?
Buffy: Uh... I... I don't know.
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Buffy: But it was COOL!
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A Vampire With A Soul? Oh My God, How Lame Is That?
29 October 2010 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

Willow tries to solve too many problems with magic, accidentally making herself and the others forget who they are just as a demon loan shark and his boys come looking to collect a debt from Spike. This Is Definitely One Of The Funniest Episodes Of Buffy It Runs Along The Same Lines As The Angel Episode "Spin The Bottle" Everyone Looses Their Memories...& Spike Assumes Giles Is His Father(Oh God I'm Laughing Now Just Thinking About It) & At One Point "Randy"(AKA Spike) Assumes He Is Everything Angel Is & "Joan"(AKA Buffy) Remarks (Well The Same Thing As My Title). I Love This Episode & It Is So Good I Actually Don't Mind Anya In This Episode (This Is The ONLY Time She Has Ever Been Funny Or A Tolerable Character). After This I Wonder Why Giles & Spike Never Spoke Again To Each other (Out Of The Episodes I've Seen) & It Also Would've Been Awkward For Anya & Giles To Talk Again Because He Assumes He's Engaged To Her...& They Kiss Just When They Get Their Memories Back. This Is Definitely One Of The Best Episodes Out Of Season 6...From Now On Call Me "Desperate-For-A-Shag Giles"...Just Kidding...I'm Serious...If You Call Me That Your Dead. All In All A Funny Episode


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