Teresa "So I can come inside of your kiss and just leave you on your knees"
Certain characters seem very off-model - Willow especially
I've tried to blank out season seven (as much as it would've deprived us of Once More With Feeling and Tabula Rasa, I'm one of those people who'd have liked to've seen things wind up with season five). I'd forgotten about that.
Willow has been wrong for ages. The script writers had her in season seven asking what a glottal stop was. I thought she was supposed to be smart?
At least since she became a dark magic junkie. Probably since the end of season four, although it's a while since I watched any of the episodes.
Willow has been wrong for ages.
Flipped through the season eight comic in Forbidden Planet. (Including the issue with Buffy's mildly-infamous tryst.) Read like badfic. How the same writer produces this and Serenity I don't know.
Ditto. Ironically, Buffy and Satsu's titillation-o-gram was insulting to gay people; just like Willow and Kennedy's engineered relationship.
Don't get me wrong - I have no issue with it from any kind of moral or religious angle.
I fear many were lost when poor old Tara met her physics-defying plot device, but any hopes Mr Whedon has of winning them back must be disappearing. If he decides to introduce Xander's little Xander to the comics, he'll chase everyone else off as well. Suppose it'd be a victory for equality!
Whedon seems to be very successfully alienating the very minority groups he alleged to be pitching to back in the day.
As I said: all things are comparative.
I fear many were lost when poor old Tara met her physics-defying plot device,
but any hopes Mr Whedon has of winning them back must be disappearing. If he decides to introduce Xander's little Xander to the comics, he'll chase everyone else off as well. Suppose it'd be a victory for equality!