The creepy "Gentlemen" capture the voice of the population of Sunnydale, to steal human hearts without anyone screaming. Giles finds that in accordance with a fairy tale, the creatures will be destroyed if a lady screams. Buffy's gang plus Riley must fight the monsters voiceless.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Buffy and Riley's love theme is presented for the first time when they kiss in this episode. This composition by Christophe Beck
-who composed scores for Buffy regularly-pleased Joss Whedon
more than the Buffy and Angel love theme. He considered the Buffy-Riley theme more adult, but a bit more strange and blue than the Buffy-Angel theme: a prediction of where the relationship between Buffy and Riley would go. See more
At 22:46, in the wide side-view of the Gentlemen floating down the street, if you look closely you can see traces of the wires used to suspend them showing against the upper floors of the buildings in the background, and in the following shot the wires suspending the two Gentlemen floating in the distance are similarly visible against the roof at the right of the clock tower. See more
Professor Maggie Walsh
So this is what it is. Talking about communication. Talking about language. Not the same thing. It's about inspiration, not the idea, but the moment before the idea, when it's total. When it blossoms in you mind and connects to everything. It's about the thoughts and experiences that we don't have a word for.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett See more