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08.17.14 561

And I knew where I was going with this episode. And the two things that needed to happen for them to get where they were gonna go at the end were, one, for Spike to say ‘go away’, for him to tell her once and for all ‘just leave me alone’, because nothing attracts somebody more than telling them to go away. Believe me, as a fellah who’s had many restraining orders in his time… what a turn-on. But you know, the moment you say to someone ‘you know what, I’m my own person, I don’t need you, you know I love you, but I don’t want you near me’, is the moment they start to take you seriously, and that’s just the truth of it. And then, that he would save her. That he would be the person who would bring her the message of hope, even though it’s the classic in my stuff, really desolate, almost pathetic hope. Still, those were the two things that would get them to the smoochy place, and where they will inevitably end up. Because this is a musical, and if it doesn’t end with a kiss, I’m doing something wrong. Joss Whedon, OMWF commentary

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(6x13: Dead Things)

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(6x13: Dead Things)

01.31.11 205
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What you did - for me and Dawn. That was real. I won’t forget it.Buffy the Vampire Slayer 5x18, Intervention

Favorite Spike/Buffy scene | suggested by cravingfriction

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What you did - for me and Dawn. That was real. I won’t forget it.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 5x18
Intervention

Favorite Spike/Buffy scene | suggested by cravingfriction

01.24.11 185
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Jenna’s Top 10 Spuffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Moments#02 :: Spike and Buffy’s final scene in “Chosen”
…I think this one’s pretty self-exclamatory. Even until the very end, Spike and Buffy’s relationship revolves around denial. She loves him, finally. He can’t accept that she does. She watches him burn, holding his hand, and a look of calm; acceptance, comes over his face and hers. If that’s not love, I don’t know what is. And you wonder why this is my OTP.

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Jenna’s Top 10 Spuffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Moments
#02 :: Spike and Buffy’s final scene in “Chosen”

…I think this one’s pretty self-exclamatory. Even until the very end, Spike and Buffy’s relationship revolves around denial. She loves him, finally. He can’t accept that she does. She watches him burn, holding his hand, and a look of calm; acceptance, comes over his face and hers. If that’s not love, I don’t know what is. And you wonder why this is my OTP.

01.11.11 252
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Jenna’s Top 10 Spuffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Moments#05 :: “Every Night, I Save You.”
This scene makes my list because it’s such a raw, heartbreaking moment. Buffy has just been pulled out of the bliss of heaven (though the audience doesn’t know this yet), and she finds herself with the only person she feels she can connect with: Spike. He, meanwhile, is pouring his heart out to her. ” … I saved you. Not when it counted, of course, but after that. A bunch of times, in a bunch of different ways … ” Buffy doesn’t really do much but simply look at him as he says this, but it is clear she recognizes it. Little moments like these at the beginning of the season are full of innocence and simplicity, in contrast with the intense sex scenes they’ll have later. I like that the writers threw a few of these in there first.

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Jenna’s Top 10 Spuffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Moments
#05 :: “Every Night, I Save You.”

This scene makes my list because it’s such a raw, heartbreaking moment. Buffy has just been pulled out of the bliss of heaven (though the audience doesn’t know this yet), and she finds herself with the only person she feels she can connect with: Spike. He, meanwhile, is pouring his heart out to her. ” … I saved you. Not when it counted, of course, but after that. A bunch of times, in a bunch of different ways … ” Buffy doesn’t really do much but simply look at him as he says this, but it is clear she recognizes it. Little moments like these at the beginning of the season are full of innocence and simplicity, in contrast with the intense sex scenes they’ll have later. I like that the writers threw a few of these in there first.

01.10.11 133
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Jenna’s Top 10 Spuffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Moments#04 :: The last scene in “Fool for Love”
I didn’t put any words on this one, just because the silence is what makes this scene so beautiful. Spike sets out to kill Buffy here; he’s willing to ignore his own pain from the chip in his head to end his suffering by shooting her. Then he catches her in a vulnerable moment, and he can’t ignore it - he has to do something about it. He has to help. His quiet little question, “Anything I can do?” is just so sincere and beautiful, and we see the confusion in Buffy’s face; she’s not quite sure whether she wants him there or not, but the fact is: she lets him stay.

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Jenna’s Top 10 Spuffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Moments
#04 :: The last scene in “Fool for Love”

I didn’t put any words on this one, just because the silence is what makes this scene so beautiful. Spike sets out to kill Buffy here; he’s willing to ignore his own pain from the chip in his head to end his suffering by shooting her. Then he catches her in a vulnerable moment, and he can’t ignore it - he has to do something about it. He has to help. His quiet little question, “Anything I can do?” is just so sincere and beautiful, and we see the confusion in Buffy’s face; she’s not quite sure whether she wants him there or not, but the fact is: she lets him stay.

01.09.11 125
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Can we rest now? Buffy? Can we rest?

Can we rest now? Buffy? Can we rest?

01.08.11 31
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FAVORITE SPUFFY MOMENTS (in chronological order): 6x03, After Life.
Buffy: How long was I gone?Spike: Hundred forty-seven days yesterday. Hundred forty-eight today. ‘Cept today doesn’t count, does it? How long was it for you? Where you were?Buffy: Longer.

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FAVORITE SPUFFY MOMENTS (in chronological order): 6x03, After Life.

Buffy: How long was I gone?
Spike: Hundred forty-seven days yesterday. Hundred forty-eight today. ‘Cept today doesn’t count, does it? How long was it for you? Where you were?
Buffy: Longer.
01.07.11 115
Zoom Buffy: I just, I feel like I’m spending all of my time trying to be okay, so they don’t worry. It’s exhausting. And then, I…Spike: And that makes ‘em worry even more. You want me to take them out? Give me a hell of a headache, but I could probably thin the herd a little. [Buffy smiles.] Knew I could get a grin.Buffy: Why are you always around when I’m miserable?Spike: ‘Cause that’s when you’re alone, I reckon. I’m not one for crowds myself these days.Buffy: Me neither.Spike: That works out nicely, then.Buffy: So, what do you know about finances?
Buffy: I just, I feel like I’m spending all of my time trying to be okay, so they don’t worry. It’s exhausting. And then, I…
Spike: And that makes ‘em worry even more. You want me to take them out? Give me a hell of a headache, but I could probably thin the herd a little. [Buffy smiles.] Knew I could get a grin.
Buffy: Why are you always around when I’m miserable?
Spike: ‘Cause that’s when you’re alone, I reckon. I’m not one for crowds myself these days.
Buffy: Me neither.
Spike: That works out nicely, then.
Buffy: So, what do you know about finances?
01.06.11 143
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Jenna’s Top 10 Spuffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Moments#03 :: Buffy discovers Spike’s soul
Everything about this scene gives me chills: the lighting, the camera angles, the acting. All of it. Obviously in this scene of Season 7 Buffy discovers that Spike’s leave of absence to Africa was to get a soul, to make up for the wrongs he’d done. The mix of emotions in Buffy’s reaction is just heartbreaking, and to hear Spike’s nonsensical words in his shaky voice makes the scene even harder to watch. The point is, though that Spike retrieved his soul for Buffy. To become a better man, for her. 

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Jenna’s Top 10 Spuffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Moments
#03 :: Buffy discovers Spike’s soul

Everything about this scene gives me chills: the lighting, the camera angles, the acting. All of it. Obviously in this scene of Season 7 Buffy discovers that Spike’s leave of absence to Africa was to get a soul, to make up for the wrongs he’d done. The mix of emotions in Buffy’s reaction is just heartbreaking, and to hear Spike’s nonsensical words in his shaky voice makes the scene even harder to watch. The point is, though that Spike retrieved his soul for Buffy. To become a better man, for her

01.05.11 121
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Love, Trust Crushed to dust and I gave you all that I had And I still lost

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Love, Trust
Crushed to dust
and I gave you all that I had
And I still lost

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(4x17: Superstar)

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(4x17: Superstar)

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