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The Stake and the Cross

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Tonight begins the endgame for Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Are you down with the end to the arc? Are you spoiler free? (Warning, spoilers, duh) Do you talk about it? Do you bear the stake and cross in real life?

Yep, guess I’m back in Sunnydale.

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  • The kids are still up, so I have to tivo it. I’ll watch it later. Much later, because I’ve got a hockey game to watch. Oh, why do Tuesdays have to be so complicated?

    And I am so down with Buffy!

  • Hockey?! hockey!? There’s only one game that involves wooden sticks, and that is Buffy.

    Plus Faith, Go! Faith!

    We get the ultimate slash fic. Is it Faike? or Spaith? Oh, Vulcans! My bad.

  • Don’t say anything more! I can’t revisit this page now, because you’re going to spoil the episode for me! I don’t mind spoilers way ahead of time, but I like to approach each episode individually like a relative clean slate.

    Besides, I’ve been watching Edmonton/Dallas, and I half-expected someone to get dusted during game 2 of the series, there was so much slashing. 8^)

  • Besides, I’ve been watching Edmonton/Dallas, and I half-expected someone to get dusted during game 2 of the series, there was so much slashing. 8^)

    Vampire hockey! Wouldn’t that be cool?

    “Toe Blake gets dusted at the blue line for icing!”

    C’mon you always thought Tie Domi was a vampire, right?

  • Variation on an old punchline: “Can I do it ’til I only need an eyepatch?”

  • Eyepatches – ouch! That’s got to suck bad. Which brings up the old question of whether the scooby gang ever actually go to the hospital, and whether or not the Sunnyvale doctors are used to seeing neck wounds and strips of skin missing from bellies and eyes gouged out.

    I ended up watching Buffy with no commercials during the first intermission and the first half of the second period. Fortunately, I missed no scoring. Extremely fortunately, Dallas won. I’m happy. Four more weeks to go!