Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6, Episode 21

Two to Go (21 May 2002)

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After killing Warren, Dark Willow tries to track-down Andrew and Jonathan. Meanwhile, in Africa, Spike battles against a numerous amount of foes to try to get his chip removed.

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After killing Warren, Dark Willow tries to track-down Andrew and Jonathan to kill them, which prompts Buffy to rescue them from their jail cell and hide them at the Magic Shop thus putting herself in the unlikely (and unlikable to both her friends and the viewers) role of nerd/villain protector since Buffy is the only one who believes it's wrong to kills humans regardless of how evil or murderous they are. Meanwhile in Africa, Spike battles against the first of several foes to earn the return of his soul. Written by spyk_

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When Spike faces his opponent in the test, he remarks, "Here we are now, entertain us," which is a quote from the Nirvana song "Smells Like Teen Spirit". See more »

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At 8:46, as Willow climbs through the hole in the wall, shadows moving on the "cityscape" behind her make it obvious that it is a TransLight background. See more »

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Anya: I care if you live or die, Xander. I'm just not sure which one I want.
Xander: Again with the comfort. Look, we both know things might get ugly at, uh, Wiccapalooza and if it gets really bad...
Anya: Let me guess: you'll propose?
Xander: I need to know if you're gonna turn on me, use this little shindig as an excuse for some sweet revenge.
Anya: There is nothing in this world that would give me greater or more lasting satisfaction than to reap bloody vengeance upon you, Xander Harris, but I can't. Not officially. Not ...
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When Willow kick Buffy's ass!
22 August 2010 | by (Indonesia) – See all my reviews

It must be the best episode in the entire sixth horrid season, why? cause in this episode Willow turns all wacko and she kick Buffy's ass! I like Buffy (hence I start watching the series), but in the sixth horrid season; she is unbearable (more than Dawn!), she moan, complains, bitch, and act like a kid is not interesting at all. And to see her ass kick by the powerful Willow is an awesome experience.

Now that the trio comes to duo, Jonathan and Andrew have to save their lives with the help from the gang. I like Jonathan from the start, but Andrew? I hate him. He is not interesting, cute nor even funny? his sexuality is questionable and his way of thinking is annoying. The part when he shoved his sword (yeah sword!) to Xander's face, I wish to punch his face really hard. I wish he is kill by Willow and let Jonathan join the gang in the seventh season.

The ending was amazing, a true twist! Like I said, best episode in the sixth season.


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