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"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" The Wish (TV Episode 1998) Poster

(TV Series)

(1998)

Trivia

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The top worn by Alyson Hannigan as Vampire Willow was reused as a costume for Lindsey Stoddart, who played Katie Ney (the Mayor's wife) in Bones: The Man with the Bone (2006). Both shows starred David Boreanaz.
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When Xander throws a match at Angel, Willow remarks that the match almost lit her hair. In Dead Man on Campus (1998) Alyson Hannigan's character got her hair lit on fire.
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This is the first mention of Cleveland, Ohio as another Hellmouth and center of demon activity.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

Anyanka was introduced as a one-shot character but was brought back for Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Doppelgangland (1999) where she was made more humorous. When the producers realized how funny Emma Caulfield was they simply kept bringing her back, until she was made a regular cast member (including appearing in the opening credits) at the start of season five.
The cross that Buffy-from-Cleveland wears is significantly larger and more prominent than the one that Angel gave her in "our" Buffy's world.
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When Buffy-from-Cleveland says, "I don't play well with others," this is the ultimate proof that Cordelia's wish really brought us into another universe, although some have tried to argue otherwise.
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This is the first time (although in a parallel world) when Buffy's violent and somehow sadistic-masochistic behavior show.
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In the alternate reality, as in the original, Buffy is killed by the Master as foretold in the Pergamum Codex.
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