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Date Posted: 20:53:51 07/28/05 Thu
Author: Eurydice
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Subject: You're so brave to take a bullet for the team :-)
In reply to: Clairel 's message, "BtVS novel "Spark and Burn" (spoilers for the novel, but it's non-canon anyway!)" on 19:42:31 07/28/05 Thu

You've saved me some time and money - thank you, thank you. And I'm right with you in wondering how the heck Gallegher got this gig. I've seen more inventive speculation than this on the boards every day of the week...although the bacon line is pretty priceless. Hope this wasn't too painful for you. :-)

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[> LOL. Sugar and spice and bacon. Yup, makes sense to me. ;-) -- ProfoundlyStupid, 22:21:01 07/28/05 Thu [1] (

The closest I come to reading Buffyverse fanfic, novels, or comics is when I read these synopses which, from what I've seen so far, are more entertaining (and cheaper too). I refuse to let anyone else horn in on my fantasy scenarios. For instance, I know the *real* reason Spike doesn't want to kill Joyce. When Spike first encounters Joyce (in the Summers' front yard in Becoming), Joyce echoes almost exactly what Spike's own mother said to him when she first saw Drusilla. Both mothers express worry over where their offspring have been. Spike's mother says "Who is this woman?" And Joyce says "Who is this man?" The similarities are just eerie. You can almost see the predatory gleam disappear from Spike's eyes when Joyce says that. Oh yes, it's just so obvious that Spike sees his own mother in Joyce, and Spike, being evil but still something of a mamma's boy, would never think of harming his mother's mirror image. Being impressed with Joyce's courage? Hah, utter nonsense! *My* reasoning is so much more reasonable. :-)

Now I'll just go away for a bit and think of more ways to demonstrate my superior grasp of the Buffyverse. ;-)

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