- WILLOW: They could have the wedding right there. Beneath the very bell-tower where he labored thanklessly for all those years.
- TARA: No, see, it can't, it can't end like that, 'cause all of Quasimodo's actions were selfishly motivated. He had no moral compass, no understanding of right. Everything he did, he did out of love for a woman who would never be able to love him back. Also, you can tell it's not gonna have a happy ending when the main guy's all bumpy.
- Every once in a while, I’ll leave the safety of my dashboard and browse through my tracked tags. This always turns out to be a bad idea. I was going through my AtS tag earlier and stumbled upon someone calling Dawn a retard with down syndrome and Buffy’s mom stupid. Huh? Dawn isn’t even on AtS. Get out of my tag. And while you’re at it, shut up. Dawn is better than you.
- Also, everybody posts these “unpopular opinions” saying “oh, I’m probably the only one who thinks this, but…” when really their opinion is actually a pretty popular opinion.
The second of my Buffy shirts that came today! Sooooo pumped to parade downtown in these puppies.
i need this.
I’m not one to get offended easily, but for some reason, calling Satsu “some random Asian” just really rubs me the wrong way.
Dear William the Bloody,
What do you mean nothing rhymes with “gleaming?”
Off the top of my head, we’ve got: dreaming, screaming, steaming, streaming, seeming, beaming…
Day Five of Buffy: Least Female Character
Well…Not that there are any to hate, But Amy! she got Willow in to some deep shit. And I just cant stand her for that. Sure she was a rat for so long.. honestly she deserved it… But her character was important to the story.
Hah, I’ve been thinking a little bit about Amy’s character recently and have been looking for an excuse to discuss her. I’m not a huge Amy fan or anything, and sure she introduced Willow to Rack, but Willow was already wading way in the deep end before Amy got de-rat-ified. She was already abusing people’s minds and bodies with her magic and she was already thinking it was her right to play God. All Amy did was hand an addict a stronger pill.
And although her anger and jealousy ultimately ends up with her being the villain, I think some of it is justified. She raises a lot of good points in her little cameo in Season 7. I mean, she’s by no means good, I just sort of think it’d be interesting to explore her character a little more. But, ew at the whole “Warren Meers is my bf” thing.
Blah. I’m tired. I don’t even know if I make sense to myself right now.