Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Smashed - S6-E9

Corrected entry: Spike bursts into the Trio's lair by breaking through a side door that leads to the outside. But they didn't invite him in, so he shouldn't have been able to enter like that.

Correction: Spike was invited into Warren's house by his mother off-screen at the end of "I Was Made To Love You." The Trio doesn't have access to the spell to undo the invitation, so it's still accessible to him.

Captain Defenestrator Premium member

Smashed - S6-E9

Corrected entry: When Buffy sees the news report about the frozen security guard, the reporter says that he is in critical but stable condition. In the next scene, Buffy sees the frozen guard being removed from the museum. How did they determine his condition without taking him to the hospital? (00:12:05)

Correction: The paramedics probably determined this when they got there, then informed the reporters.

Smashed - S6-E9

Corrected entry: When Amy is de-ratted in season 6 she is quite strong, almost as strong as Willow - she can move things with a glance and turn people into goats with a wave of her hand. But when she turned herself into a rat in season 3 she had nowhere near this level of power - if she did she could have escaped from MOO with ease, and not in a way that left her a rodent for 3 years. How have Amy's powers grown so much?

Shay

Correction: This seems to make a huge assumption about her level of magical power, since she was only an occasionally recurring character. She easily turned herself into a rat with little or no effort, and Willow commented on what a powerful witch she was. We have no reason to suppose that she wasn't a very talented witch even before she went ratty.

pinkwafer

Smashed - S6-E9

Corrected entry: When Spike is threatening the nerds' Boba Fett figure, they state that it is a "limited editon, 1979 figure." Boba Fett did not appear until the Empire Strikes Back, which was not released until 1980.

Correction: Boba Fett first appeared in The Star Wars Christmas Special, which was released on American television in 1978.

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