Xander: So, Buffy, how'd the slaying go last night?
Xander: I mean, how'd the laying go? No, I don't mean that either.
In addition to singing "Rest in Peace," James Marsters also played the song's guitar track. See more...
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1997) - 614 mistakes in entire show
Directed by Joss Whedon, starring Alyson Hannigan, Amber Benson, Anthony Head, Charisma Carpenter, David Boreanaz, Eliza Dushku, Emma Caulfield, James Marsters, Juliet Landau, Kristine Sutherland, Marc Blucas, Mercedes McNab, Michelle Trachtenberg, Nicholas Brendon, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Seth Green (add more)
Updates: Series 6
Revealing: When all the vampires are saying "for the dark", and one gets staked, there's a mark on his shirt where the stake's about to come through before it actually happens. Plus Buffy's hands are in the wrong place for her to have pushed that stake through anyway. Not only that, but the mark isn't even close to the vampire's heart to begin with.
Continuity: At the end of the episode when Buffy is talking to Giles about how she can't face her friends, her hair is over her ears for the entire conversation, but when she is about to walk away, her hair is suddenly tucked behind her ear and she couldn't have tucked it behind as that side of her head is still in view when the camera's on Giles.
Continuity: When Buffy's fighting Spike at the end of the episode, there are times when it's obvious that it's James Marsters' stunt double. Spike's hair is platinum blonde, slicked back, and all one length in the back, while the stunt double's hair is more brassy, spiked in the front, and layered in the back.
Plot hole: Willow and Cordy disappear during a vampire attack. We later see that they spent the entire night hiding out in a closet, but wouldn't Buffy have gone looking for them once the vampires were gone? She knew they had run off somewhere (she mentions it to Giles when she gets a stake from the library). Instead she just goes home, leaving them still missing as far as anyone knows.
Revealing: When Spike is talking to the Anointed One for the first time, one of the henchmen tries to rush him from behind and Spike backhands him without even looking, but Spike's hand movements, the reaction of the henchman and the sound of the punch connecting on the audio track are all out of sync.