Buffy sentence examples

  • In related Wonder Woman news, a big screen adaptation is in the pipeline penned by Buffy The Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon.

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  • Buffy goes onto fight Balthazar, Wesley tries to save his own life by giving the name of the person who has the amulet.

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  • His eyes met Buffy's again, and Giles sighed at the almost audible harmony of connection.

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  • coma in the hospital, is dreaming of being pursued by Buffy.

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  • Posted by Buffy on 27 July, 2004 at 5:00 PM Hmm, I'm too cowardly to comment over there.

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  • This yields a buffy coat preparation in which the majority of mature erythrocytes have been depleted.

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  • Buffy has a date with Principal Wood, and Xander has a date with a tasty young filly he met in a hardware shop.

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  • You know very well, you eat this late... (Buffy stakes him) You're gonna get heartburn.

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  • I'm so hooked, I haven't even watched Buffy since I got it!

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  • Spike and Buffy end up in a passionate kiss.

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  • Buffy's little shriek seemed meant to accompany his own surge of self- loathing.

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  • A battle ensues which Buffy is clearly losing, but as all seems lost Giles appears to stop Willow.

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  • Estonia has recruited Buffy the Song Slayer to perform a midtempo singalong track.

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  • I think I heard something Buffy: How dare you hush me in such an uncouth manner !

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  • In addition, the trend of releasing series on DVD means you don't have to say good-bye to your favorite WB and UPN favorites of the past, like Felicity, Gilmore Girls, Veronica Mars and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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  • She turned down the lead role in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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  • He moved to Los Angeles and quickly won a role on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off, Angel, playing "Good-looking Guy."

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  • Kristy Swanson, the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Skating with Celebrities winner, was recently arrested on assault charges.

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  • While she has appeared in many films, she is most well-known for the cult classic film Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which spawned the popular television series of the same name.

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  • In the 90s, the hit TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer had a cult following.

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  • You can even get ideas for creating looks around your lenses from the head make-up artist from Buffy the Vampire Slayer there, too.

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  • Fans of the TV shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Angel may want to give Dark Eden a try because you choose to play as either a vampire or a vampire slayer.

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  • Later, during the run of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, star Sarah Michelle Gellar was the object of much desire and images of her in a bikini were regularly sought.

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  • Their list of games is immense and totals in the 100 and includes games like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bureaucracy, Care Bears and so much more.

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  • For pop-culture character female vampires, a lot of women still turn to those from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spinoff, Angel.

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  • Vampire Willow, who only appeared in two episodes, is a quirky choice, ideal for a Buffy convention or any gathering of people in the know.

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  • One of the more memorable characters was the cute-but-powerful witch Willow on the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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  • There's even a ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' tarot deck available here, so you won't lack options.

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  • Erica's child (a product of a rape when she was just 14 years old) debuted on the show in the mid 90s played by Sarah Michelle Gellar (who would earn an Emmy for her portrayal and would go on to play Buffy the Vampire Slayer).

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  • Gellar went on to star in Buffy the Vampire Slayer for 7 years and followed that up with movie roles in I Know What You Did Last Summer, Cruel Intentions and Scooby Doo.

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  • Rachel's guest-starred on other popular genre shows such as Chuck, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and That 70s Show.

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  • The Internet channel features episodes from many WB favorites including Gilmore Girls, One Tree Hill, Smallville and Buffy the Vampire Slayer to name a few.

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  • From Buffy to High School Musical, the ideal of the cheerleader has become an icon of American culture.

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  • He has worked on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Babylon 5, Heroes and The X Factor.

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  • Buffy Summers was just a normal teenager.

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  • Initially a 1992 film starring Kristy Swanson, Buffy's story entered the pop culture lexicon in 1997 television series starring Sarah Michelle Gellar.

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  • When Buffy relocated to Sunnydale, California with her recently divorced mother she found that her high school really was hell.

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  • Fortunately, Buffy wasn't just any high school girl.

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  • Premiering in 1997 on the WB network, Buffy The Vampire Slayer ran for five seasons on WB and for two seasons on UPN.

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  • The series followed Buffy through her high school and college careers until the series finale in 2003.

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  • The series first season was an abbreviated one featuring 13 episodes beginning with Buffy's move to Sunnydale in Welcome to the Hellmouth.

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  • Buffy discovered new enemies and allies alike including The Master, the first season's big bad.

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  • His minions hunted Buffy, often involving her friends.

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  • Buffy also struggled with the realization that the young man she was interested in was actually centuries older than she and a vampire, to boot.

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  • During the first season finale, Buffy confronted the Master and lost her initial skirmish.

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  • Angel and Xander found Buffy, and Xander was able to revive her with CPR.

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  • The second season found Buffy back at Sunnydale after a vacation with her dad.

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  • The complications piled on when Buffy and Angel consummated their relationship and freed the vampire from his curse.

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  • Buffy was devastated by the rise of Angelus who made it his mission in life to torture the Slayer that he loved.

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  • An emotionally exhausted and worn Buffy abandoned Sunnydale at the end of the second season.

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  • The third season began with Buffy trying to start a new life far from Sunnydale.

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  • After realizing that she was needed, Buffy returned home to a chilly reception.

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  • Buffy made hard choices this season, including embracing her destiny as a Slayer, choosing to work with her Watcher and turning away from the love of her life because being together would destroy him.

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  • Buffy had to blow up the school and Angel, left for his own spin-off series.

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  • Buffy enrolled in a local college along with Willow, while Giles opened a magic store and Xander skipped college altogether having neither the money nor the grades to get in.

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  • The complexities of adult life provided Buffy and her friends with their greatest challenges.

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  • The fourth season introduced Buffy to a new love interest named Riley Finn who turned out to be a soldier working for The Initiative, a top secret military installation located beneath the university's campus.

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  • Spike returned to Sunnydale permanently, first as an Initiative prisoner and then later working with Buffy and her friends.

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  • Buffy's relationship with Riley strained her friendships as she became involved and then later hunted by the Initiative.

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  • Season five was a pivotal, game changing season for Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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  • Dawn was created from the essence of Buffy's blood as a human hiding place for a mysterious "Key" that could open Hell dimensions.

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  • Dawn's creators implanted memories of Dawn into all who knew her including Buffy's mother.

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  • Throughout the season, Buffy faced off challenges that threaten Dawn particularly a hellish god like being named Glory.

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  • Riley left Buffy when she wouldn't choose him and Spike continued to stay in town, determined to protect Buffy and those she loved.

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  • The series tackled Buffy's greatest weakness when her mother was felled by a brain aneurysm and Buffy found her body.

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  • When Glory kidnaps Dawn and opens the portal, Buffy sacrificed herself to save her sister and close the portal again.

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  • Buffy's death devastated all who loved her, including Spike.

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  • Willow, Tara, Anya and Xander work together to resurrect Buffy from the dead with a powerful spell.

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  • Buffy awoke in her own coffin, trapped beneath the earth and was forced to dig her way out.

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  • Despite everyone's joy at having Buffy back, Buffy wasn't herself.

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  • During the season's musical episode, Buffy revealed that she had actually been in heaven when her friends ripped her back into life.

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  • Determined to make Buffy learn to live again, Giles stepped away so she would be forced to stand on her own.

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  • In the meanwhile, three former school mates were making problems for Buffy and her friends.

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  • When Buffy continued to thwart their plans, Warren tried to kill her.

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  • Willow was able to bring Buffy back from the brink, but the loss of Tara pushed Willow over the edge.

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  • Giles and Buffy worked to stop her, but it was Xander who brought Willow back from madness and saved the world.

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  • The seventh and final season of Buffy found the Slayer coping with a being known as the First Evil.

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  • Buffy's deaths and resurrection created an instability in the laws of magic binding the Slayer abilities.

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  • As the First Evil hunted down and killed inactive, potential slayers, Buffy learned that the first Slayer was actually created by binding a demon to a young girl, and it is from demons that Slayers take their abilities.

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  • A reformed Faith returned to Sunnydale to help Buffy and protected the potential Slayers.

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  • Spike elected to take the risk, willing to die for Buffy.

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  • Buffy and her companions left the devastated area to rebuild, train and continue the legacy of the Slayer.

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  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer's concept was that 'high school is hell', and show creator Joss Whedon took normal teenage trauma and put a supernatural twist to it.

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  • Many teenagers resent it when their divorced mom starts dating again, but in Buffy's case, mom's new love interest turned out to be a human-appearing and malfunctioning robot.

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  • Whedon's work on Buffy created a pop cultural trope that influenced literature and television for years to come, including a burgeoning genre known as urban fantasy.

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  • In addition to Buffy, Whedon created Angel, Firefly and the Dollhouse.

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  • Buffy set a new trend for sassy yet vulnerable heroines who can totally kick butt.

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  • During the four years Buffy and Angel were both on the air, the show's shared periodic crossovers involving multiple characters including Buffy, Faith, Spike and Willow.

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  • Cordelia Chase (Charisma Carpenter): Cordelia, Buffy's classmate and Xander's ex, came to Los Angeles as a struggling actress and tripped over Angel during one of his cases.

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  • A flashback episode revealed that Doyle was the one who sent Angel to Buffy in the first place.

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  • Wesley Wyndham-Price (Alexis Denisof): Wesley, the bumbling junior Watcher from Buffy, tried to repurpose himself as a "rogue demon slayer."

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  • Spike (James Marsters): Spike appeared in a handful of episodes in between stints of Buffy, his long-term animosity with Angel coming to a head in the final days of Buffy.

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  • After Spike's death during the series finale of Buffy, his ghost appeared to Angel.

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  • The rivalry between Spike and Angel was a recurring theme that carried over from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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  • It has been the basis for innumerable stage and screen adaptations, and the 'mythology' (much of it invented for the novel) lives on today in cult television shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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  • It is also probably responsible for the eroticization of the 'death by vampire bite' that finds echoes in cult television's Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Anne Rice's New Orleans vampire tales.

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  • You may know Joss Whedon from his work on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin off, Angel, but what you probably do not know is that neither of the two compare to Whedon's pet project, Firefly.

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  • Perhaps, like in Buffy: The Vampire Slayer - To Each Generation, a Chosen One is Born.

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  • And a case can be made that the cheesy soap opera paved the way for Anne Rice, for Buffy, for Charmed and all the rest.

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  • He also wrote many original novels based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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  • A fantasy character creator can prove to be a great tool for someone wanting to create new characters for this fan fiction from Harry Potter and Star Wars to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel.

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  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer characters subvert the traditional roles from horror films.

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  • Gellar would play Buffy for the entirety of the series run and in several guest appearances on the spin-off (Angel).

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  • In the 1992 film of the same name, Buffy is the Chosen one, but she requires training from her Watcher.

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  • In the series, Buffy remains the Chosen one until she is 'technically' dead for a few minutes at the end of the first season.

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  • Faith and Buffy find themselves at odds often and Buffy puts Faith into a coma at the end of the third season.

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  • Faith returned in the fourth season to swap bodies with Buffy and during her tenure in Buffy's body she discovers the simple joy of friends and family.

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  • Buffy learns that Faith is consumed by self-hatred.

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  • Kennedy and numerous others - In the final television season of Buffy, many potential slayers are introduced and thanks to Willow's magic, become full-fledged Slayers.

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  • Willow and Xander both grew up in Sunnydale and befriend Buffy on her first day at Sunnydale High School.

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  • Over the years, Buffy's circle of friends grows and shrinks to include others including Cordelia Chase (Charisma Carpenter), Jenny Calendar, Oz (Seth Green), Anya and Tara (Amber Benson).

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  • Rupert Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) is Buffy's Watcher in Sunnydale.

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  • Buffy, however, will have nothing of it and quits the council and continues to work with Giles.

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  • Giles plays a very strong father advocate in Buffy's life.

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  • He returns to England when Buffy dies, but comes back to Sunnydale when the Scoobies resurrect her in season six of the series.

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  • It is Giles who recognizes that Buffy does not want to be among the land of the living again.

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  • Angel (David Boreanaz) and Spike (James Marsters)play profound roles in Buffy's life.

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  • He meets Buffy when she moves to Sunnydale, but has watched her for some time.

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  • But Angel's curse ends when he finds true happiness and after making love with Buffy the first time, he becomes Angelus once more.

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  • Angelus loathes Buffy for making him feel love and he sets out to destroy all of her friends and family before he plans to murder her.

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  • Buffy manages to defeat him with Spike's help.Spike is Angelus' grandchild, the get of Drusilla who is a woman Angelus drove mad before turning her into a vampire.

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  • Spike wants Drusilla away from Angelus and Buffy needs to stop him.

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  • Angel spends some time in hell and when he returns, Buffy cares for him and nurses him back to health.

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  • Spike returns in the fourth season of Buffy, angry with Buffy because Drusilla left him.

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  • He and Buffy share a love and hate relationship.

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  • They become lovers for a time and Buffy struggles against the love she feels for Spike, because he's supposed to be evil.

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  • He eventually pursues his own soul in order to be what he thinks Buffy will love.

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  • He takes Angel's place in the prophecy and sacrifices himself at the end of the series to save Buffy and the others when the First Evil unleashes hell on the world.

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  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer characters live on in the comic book series by Joss Whedon, books, fan fiction and more.

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  • All the main characters are represented: Buffy, Willow, Xander, Angle, Giles, Oz, Spike, Riley, and Cordelia.

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  • The characters name is scrawled in-between at the top in red in the Buffy font.

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  • If you don't mind the tagline "Buffy on the BBC, www.bbc.co.uk/cult" in the bottom right, then these wallpapers are perfect for you.

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  • Go to Buffy Collector to find a good variety of Buffy wallpapers.

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  • For one character like Buffy, you will be able to find four or five different poses on different backgrounds.

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  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel are also staples in vampire culture and pop society.

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  • Keating is also featured in other genre shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Heroes.

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  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a fantasy character created straight from Joss Whedon's imagination.

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  • He has appeared in a number of B level series and films with genre appearances on shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Special Unit 2 and Heroes.

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  • Despite being more of an urban fantasy series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer belongs in the top 5 science fiction shows for blazing the trail for so many other series and novels to follow.

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  • However, not since Buffy the Vampire Slayer has any story been such a hit with the under 25 crowd.

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