After killing Caleb, Buffy conceives a plan to defeat the First once and for all. Willow invokes a magic spell that alters the ancient Slayer spell and gives Buffy the allies she needs to fight the Uber-Vamp army. An epic battle ensues and several good friends are lost. At the end, Buffy faces a completely new problem -- one she's glad to have.
Did You Know?
While speaking at the Wizard World Chicago Convention in August, 2004, Joss Whedon
revealed that he had planned to bring the character of Tara back from the dead at the end of Season 7. The episode would have centered around Buffy being granted one "life-altering" wish. Buffy would have struggled the whole episode trying to decide what she wanted to do with the wish (including, possibly, restoring Angel's humanity). The episode would have ended with Buffy telling Willow that she'd just gotten a great new pair of shoes, and when Willow asked her if she used up her wish on new shoes, Buffy would have said, "No, silly!" and stepped aside to reveal Tara. This plan was abandoned when Amber Benson
, who played Tara, was unavailable for filming. However, some fans doubt how true this statement is, feeling that Joss wanted to simply please the fans. See more
During Buffy's speech, Andrew's position switches from standing in front of a window to sitting on a sofa near Xander from shot to shot. See more
[preparing to face the onslaught of übervamps
Oh, God. I'm terrified. I-I didn't think - I mean, I - I just figured you'd be terrified, and I would be sarcastic about it.
Picture happy things. A lake, candycanes, bunnies...
Bunnies! Floppy, hoppy, bunnies!
The Mutant Enemy logo looks at the camera and growls, then keeps walking. See more
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett See more