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posted by Possessed666
We were first introduced to the mysterious Angel in the Buffy premiere, "Welcome to the Hellmouth." A shadow was shown following Buffy into an alley, where she momentarily disappeared before swinging down and kicking the person in the back. Then we saw Angel, taking our breath away for the first time of many to come. Angel told Buffy not to worry - he doesn't bite - and that he wanted what she wanted which is to "kill them all." Buffy sarcastically disagreed and Angel tossed a box to her. He then warned her about "the Harvest." When Buffy asked him, "Who are you?" He replied, "Let's just say...
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posted by AngelusB
This studious discovery is سے طرف کی no means something credited to me, it's the lovely work of 'Imblack21' at DH but i felt the need to share. It really warms a b/a lovers heart!


In the episode “Angel” in which Buffy and Angel decide to walk away from each other, the song playing is “I’ll Remember You”.

3 years later, there is an episode where they come back together before parting again and the writers called it “I Will Remember You.”


In "Welcome to the Harvest", Buffy tells Angel, “Maybe I don’t need a friend” and Angel replies, “I didn’t say I was yours”...
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posted by HoltNLucy4Ever
Ever since I first started watching Buffy The Vampire Slayer, I've always felt that Angel was a better match for Buffy than Spike. To me, Bangel is the perfect couple and they're soul mates who are star-crossed lovers like Romeo and Juliet. They've had to deal with things that no other couple have had to deal with but yet they've come out strong in the end. Angel is the one that Buffy truly is meant to be with because she told him she was cookie dough and not fully baked while Angel told her that he wasn't getting any older. They have been through a lot and I will always love them. I've always...
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(Be warned: This is quite lengthy) It's an essay from a Buffy related book once again credited to 'Imblack21' for her find. The girls becoming a b/a santa!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy
Fear and Trembling in Sunnydale

The essay in question:

Buffy in the Buffy:
A Slayer's Solution to Aristotle's Love Paradox

Melissa M. Milavec and Sharon M. Kaye

Background from the essay...

The Aristotelian Framework

According to Aristotle, there are three levels of friendship. The lowest form, "utility friendship", is based on mutual benefit, irrespective of whether یا not two parties...
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