January 03, 2005


     Well, I just finished watching the final season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was sad. It was also very odd how it seemed like they killed some of the characters just to make it less of an sappy ending episode. I liked and disliked some aspects of it, and I definitely felt like it was by far the most... overly-inspirational enemy fight. It seems like throughout the entire season they were all giving inspirational speeches left and right, and they all hired the same scriptwriter. Certainly some of them (like Xander's speech on Buffy (before he lost his eye)) were moving, but most of them seemed like Buffy being dark and trying to make sure that everyone knew what dark was. They also had a surprising new girlfriend for Willow who I, personally, didn't like. There were a number of reasons, one of the main ones being that she was annoyingly pushy and the other being that it just seemed like they needed a new love interest for Willow to take up her free time (*ahem!* *cough* *cough* *aherm* *snort* *ahoooooouuuuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack* *cough*). I thought that there were an inordinately large number of gay jokes in this season and by the end it was kinda bothering me, but I dealt with it anyway. All in all it definitely wasn't my favorite season, but it was one hell of a way to wrap it up!

Posted by Kickmyassman at January 3, 2005 10:31 PM

Is it true they mention Trogdor on the final episode? I've heard about it, but I've never seen any episodes of the show.

Posted by: Eric at January 4, 2005 10:21 PM

Yeah, they have a dugeons and dragons game and one of them opens a door to find Trogdor.

Posted by: kit at January 4, 2005 10:54 PM

Meh... Season 6 is my favorite.

Posted by: Andrew at January 5, 2005 01:37 AM

Question? Why are you talking about buffy the vampire slayer? u do realize that the show is easily one of the worst shows on television, right? because it really is

Posted by: Ben at January 5, 2005 05:18 PM

     Ben, have you ever actually watched Buffy? Let alone in any order or at any point where you could follow what is one of the most important elements of any show known as "plot?" No? I thought not. Buffy is a great show, and I thouroughly enjoyed all seven seasons of it.
     I always laugh when people provide analysis of things they've never seen or tried to look at. It's like writing a review for something on Amamzon.com for a product you never purchased. No one cares, and it's annoying to know that you're just spiteful and dickish writing reviews for things that you arbitrarily don't like.

Posted by: kit at January 6, 2005 04:44 PM

actually, i have seen buffy, on numerous occassions. it reminded me of a soap opera, and i dont particularly like soap opera's. perhaps i havent seen enough of it to make the statement that i did earlier, and i apologize, but from what i saw, it was bad, and i also apologize because i shouldn't tell u guys what is "good" or "bad", im sorry. in my OPINION buffy is one of the worst shows on television, because i have seen a few episodes (theres just nothing to do on some nights), but if you like it, then im sorry and whatever.

Posted by: Ben at January 6, 2005 05:40 PM
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