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Date Posted: 03:21:47 06/26/11 Sun
Author: Blood35
Subject: Hank Summers Between Seasons 5 and 6 of BTVS

Why didn't the Scoobies tell Hank Summers that his daughter had died in "The Gift"? Or tell him that she was dead? I realize that he was never a great father. But really . . . they kept Buffy's death a secret from him? They decided to raise Dawn on their own . . . by dumping the responsibility on Spike? They "take control" of the Summers house? And Willow and Tara take possession of Joyce Summers' bedroom? Really?

What if Willow's resurrection spell had not worked? How long would she and Tara decide to maintain control of the Summers household and keep Buffy's death a secret from Hank, if the spell had not worked?

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