The award for best character development of all-time goes to..... #CordeliaChase !! From ep 1 of #btvs to ep 100 of #angeltheseries @karazma has been one of my favorite #whedonverse stars and as many times as I've watched #Cordelia grow on both of my two favorite shows somehow I always forget just how amazing she really is!! 🥂 to you @karazma for a job well done!!! ❤
I am sooo happy to have finally met @emmacaulfieldofficial! She was so nice! I only wish that I could've talked to her longer and told her how much I LOVE Anya, how mad I still am about the way they did her in the finale and that to this day, I still won't watch that dreadful scene. She was such a fantastic, sarcastic character and the Scooby Gang was so lucky to have her! Thank you for bringing her to life, Emma and thank you for coming to Wizard World Austin. You're amazing and I just love you! ❤️🔮👸🏼🐰 #TeamAnya#BTVS#AnyaJenkins#EmmaCaulfield#WizardWorldAustin
THANK YOU SO MUCH @swagbyfox 💖 I have been so busy and stressed out lately- and this was the nicest surprise waiting for me in my driveway😍 Made my day!!✨✨ I love everything!!! Obsessed. Thank you!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
This is the first of two times where a member of faculty (except for Giles), has a positive effect on Buffy, only to end up dying at the hands of the episode's antagonist. The second time will be in Beauty and the Beasts (1998) with Stephen Platt.
I love these lines from Out of Mind, Out of Sight. There's a conventional narrative around those that do bad things that doesn't allow for understanding and insight. This moment is particularly interesting because Buffy openly sympathizes with Marcie and takes note of the conscious/unconscious involvement that was contributed by those around her. At this point, Marcie isn't simply a cardboard-cutout villain. She's a real person with real feelings. For many, It seems that expressing sympathy for people like Marcie is making excuses for them, which isn't the case at all. Marcie made her choice, but understanding why she made those choices is important, too. The reality is, there are a lot of Marcies out there waiting to explode.