Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003)
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The Killer in Me 

After Willow and Kennedy share their first kiss, Willow is transformed into Warren, the man she killed last year. When she sets out to find help, she bumps into an old friend. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »

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After Willow and Kennedy share their first kiss, Willow is transformed into Warren, the man she killed last year. When she sets out to find help, she bumps into an old friend. Meanwhile, Buffy searches for answers when Spike's chip causes him great pain, and the gang suspect that Giles may really be The First Written by spyk_

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Trivia

During the same time that Spike is chained in the basement, Angel is also caged in Los Angeles. Both for the reason that if free each of them is a threat to their respective groups. See more »

Goofs

There are actually two errors of continuity with Buffy and Spike's journey back to the Initiative to find the meds Spike needs. First, Spike was captured during 4.06 "Wild at Heart", then wakes up in his cell at the beginning of 4.07 "The Initiative" not knowing where he is and promptly escapes - he didn't even know about the implant until he tried to bite Willow and couldn't. Thus, there were no experiments or meds for him to remember. Secondly, at the end of 4.21 "Primeval" after Adam is destroyed, the government review panel orders the Initiative filled in with cement. So even if Spike had any reason to remember some sort of helpful medication, there shouldn't have been an initiative to go back to! See more »

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Buffy: There's gotta be a reason why the chip is going all wonky. Maybe it's related to the trigger. Or maybe it has something to do with the new soul.
Spike: Or maybe I wasn't meant to last this long.
[pause]
Spike: One more thing you and I have in common, eh, pet?
Buffy: Well, we'll fix it. We'll hit serious research mode.
Spike: [interrupting] Good. Try behavior modification software throughout the ages.
Buffy: [sighs] Okay, you're right. Not a book thing.
[pauses, comes to a realization]
Buffy: It's a phone thing.
Spike: Who ya gonna call?
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References Ghostbusters (1984) See more »

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett
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Poor episode and Poor Warren
26 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

Once again, the annoying and boring Warren returns to the show. It was an interesting episode for Riley's return, but it was not so. Finally, once again, Warren, the worst character of all seven seasons of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", is newly the focus of attention.

I will not understand why Riley left the show. He was the one of the Scoobies with everyone could identify easily. He was a great character and Marc Blucas did a good job. His love story with Buffy is powerful and honest. Homewer, in season 6 and seven, the show turns into a kind of parody, with the Trio.

I really did not like the Trio. For me, they were very annoying. And for me is a nightmare have to see again Warren. To my eyes, he's the most stupid character of the show. Nothing to see with other great "Bads", like The Master, Glory, Adam or Drusilla. Warren is a parody. He's a bad for cartoons, not for "Buffy"

Riley would have been at series finale. Without him, the show started to jump the shark.

Producers and writers shouldn't always read all that people says at Internet. For example, Ana Lucia, a character from "Lost" was killed because a lot of fans in Internet hate her. But only a few people that see the show write on Internet. There are a lot more that don't like that events.

Sorry for my bad English.


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