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Date Posted: 00:51:48 05/10/10 Mon
Author: AW
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Subject: Series rewatch When SHe was Bad

I think I missed a couple weeks...my Web of Trust Firefox extension said Voy wasn't safe...or possibly Norton did...so I was only coming to the site at work for a bit.

Anyway, the s2 opener. Buffy deals with the aftermath of battling the Master, and some vamps try to bring him back.

I do kinda like the meltdown scene close to the end, where she cries with Angel.

I still would like to know how the Master's bones didn't dust, what enables certain vamps' bones to survive, when mos to them just dust.

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[> Re: Series rewatch When SHe was Bad -- Joann, 19:37:23 02/03/11 Thu [1] (

I liked that she showed the vampires no mercy. And when she said "I'm going to kill them all; that should distract them!"

The answer to the bones not disappearing must be in the message board archives somewhere.

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