Xander: Hey now - play nice, fellas, or you'll break our concentration.
Anya: Which means no protection spell...
Xander: And Willow will make sure you two boneless chickens are skinless, too.
Andrew: Then what? You think your Li'l Witch buddy's gonna stop with us? You saw her! She's a truck driving Magic Mamma. We've got maybe seconds before Darth Rosenberg grinds everybody into Jawa burgers, and not one of you bunch has the midiclorians to stop her.
Xander: You've never had any tiny bit of sex, have you?
Right before Spike jabs Buffy in the face on the college's campus, there are a ton of people around. But after he jabs her in the face and they start fighting, all of the people are gone. See more...
The Anointed One was killed in this episode because over a season hiatus, Andrew J. Ferchland had grown too much. Had he remained, it would have been obvious he had aged, which would have contradicted the established concept that aging is something vampires don't do. For most, if not all, of his scenes, Ferchland remains on his knees. See more...
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|Original entry||It has always troubled me that no-one ever thinks to try using a gun on the demons. The Rocket Launcher worked on The Judge in Series 2, so why not just try a gun? Especially on people like Caleb, who appears to be human, why waste two potential slayers on trying to fight him when you could just shoot him? Or at least see if it worked. [The rocket launcher didn't actually kill The Judge, if you remember the whole "No weapon forged" speech, what it did was separate his limbs and keep them separate so that he wasn't animate. Most demons have to be killed along the same line as vamps, stake, fire, beheading. Caleb is practically super-human, and as we have seen in Season six when Buffy was shot, unless you get the heart you aren't going to kill someone who is stronger then the average human. Also, the whole point of having the Potentials fight is to train them to what it is really like to be the Slayer, so guns do not come into it.]|