Spike brings in three professional bounty hunters to eliminate Buffy while she ponders on what her profession might be if her fate wasn't already sealed.

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"Career Week", a must at Sunnydale High by order of the principal, finds Xander has a future as jailer; Willow and geek Oz are nerdy first choice for top class companies. Buffy realizes that she has practically no future apart from that of a Slayer, at best law enforcer. Meanwhile Spike sends the order of Taraka, four deadly assassins who can assume any form, to eliminate the Slayer while, as Giles and Willow's research soon learns, a special cross stolen from the tomb of inventor Dulac, a theologian and mathematician, is added as key to his coded manuscript a vampire minion stole stole from Giles' library to find a cure for Spike's weakened, crazy vampire lover Drusilla... Written by KGF Vissers

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Trivia

It is revealed there are forty-three churches in Sunnydale. See more »

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When Angel is in Buffy's room, he walks by a mirror and we can see his reflection. See more »

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Xander: If you wanna be a member of the Scooby Gang, you gotta be willing to be inconvenienced every now and then.
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References Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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Assassins. Creed
30 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An exciting two parter where Spike and Dru send assassins after Buffy. Meanwhile she tries to plan a romantic outing with Angel. This episode is full of tension as we don't know who the assassins are appearing as a normal door sales man until he turns into bugs, a cop coming to career day attempting to shot her and when at the icing rink grabbed from behind before she can pick herself off the floor.

Sarah looks beautiful as she skates across the floor with grace and beauty. The music accompany the scene is delicate, lovely and made me fall in love with her. Another aspect was the surprise ending where a would be assassin admits she's a slayer leaving is on a shocking cliff hanger. It leaves so many questions about the slayer line, can Buffy still call another and to see how they would take on evil as a team.


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