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  • This wasn't the best episode but it was a good lead-in for things to come

    • by Steve
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      I’m a huge Elisha Dushku fan, so it was great to see her character Faith finally make an appearance in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode “Faith, Hope & Trick. ” This one is an OK episode because I absolutely love the villain in this one and see potential in the modern-day vampire Mr.

      Trick.

      But, I have to say this episode really didn’t


      have a whole lot of action in it.

      It focused more on introducing us to Faith and on Buffy trying to get back into school.

      I do like the whole two slayers are better than one thing.

      But, again, I’m confused about how a slayer, who is a one in a generation, person, can have so many potential replacements.

      Are their abilities magical ...


      • or something where, one day you are ordinary and the next you suddenly know everything there is to know about killing vampires? Faith seemed to know a whole heck of a lot considering she only officially became a slayer a few months earlier.

        And why wasn’t poor Giles invited to the watcher’s retreat? He is the one that is helping the current slayer.

        You think they would want him to have all the latest information and training.

        This wasn’t the best episode but it was a good lead-in for things to come.

        Oh, and by the way, what was up with Angel being naked when he returned from the Netherworld? His clothes were on him when he went in there.

        Are we trying to get ratings from young women or something?




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