Buffy The Vampire Slayer

The Freshman - S4-E1

Corrected entry: At the end of the episode, when Buffy is fighting the vampires, she grabs a tennis racket, and just before she hits the vampire with it, the head of the racket flies off to the right of the screen and she continues to swing round and hit the vampire, running at her on the left of the screen, with the racket (minus the head).

Correction: That's not a mistake. All this proves is that even in the Buffyverse, tennis rackets can be poorly made.


The Freshman - S4-E1

Corrected entry: The vampires shouldn't be able to get into Eddie's room without his permission. Or does that rule change when the person who owns the property has died?

Correction: Once the owner is dead, the rule no longer applies. Not that it entirely matters in this particular case - dorm rooms, like hotel rooms, are not deemed to be 'owned' by the occupiers, they're considered to be public spaces. As such, the vampires can enter freely.

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The Freshman - S4-E1

Corrected entry: Several times throughout the show, we have seen that Angel - a vampire - cannot enter Buffy (and Willow's) dorm room on the college campus, due to the invites only rule for vampires. So how did Sunday's vampires get in to steal all of Buffy's things?


Correction: There are only two other times that we see vampires enter dorm rooms. Once was Spike (The Initiative), the other time was Angel (The Yoko Factor). Neither time is it made clear that the vampires CAN'T enter the room without an invite, but likely just wait for the invite out of habit. so it's entirely possible, since it's seen that school buildings are considered public, that vampires really don't need an invite to enter the rooms at all.

The Freshman - S4-E1

Corrected entry: On Buffy's first day of school, both her folders and the school banners use the acronym UCD, though the school is actually University of California Sunnydale. The crew used the fliers from UC Davis.

Correction: The folders have a sun between the UC and the D. The folders then read UC(sun)D for UC Sunnydale.

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