Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Intervention - S5-E18

Corrected entry: In the scene where Glory first has Spike, she says she wants to have a look at him and he tells her to sod off. She then punches him and he goes flying across the room. As soon as he starts to fly backwards you can see that his arms go flailing outwards, yet in the scene right before and right after, his hands are clealy tied behind his back so they would not be able to move about as they do.

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Correction: If you watch Spike just before Glory punches him and he goes flying across the room, he is squirming around the ropes around his wrists trying to loosen them. He them purposfully baits Glory by making her angry enough to hit him. The force of the blow knocks him across the room, freeing his hands in the process which is what he had planned to happen.

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