Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Never Leave Me - S7-E9

Other mistake: When Buffy pulls the knives out of the Bringers, there is no blood on them. Also, you can see the muscular arm of Buffy's stunt double pushing the knives into the Bringers. (00:34:00)

Never Leave Me - S7-E9

Revealing mistake: As Buffy throws Spike into a wall after he bites Andrew, Spike's stuntman is visible in-shot. His hair is slightly different to James Marsters'.

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Never Leave Me - S7-E9

Audio problem: When Buffy is about to close the door as she goes into the bathroom, it actually never closes. But we still hear the sound of the door closing. (00:15:20)

Never Leave Me - S7-E9

Continuity mistake: When Willow confronts Andrew outside the butcher shop, her hair changes position between shots throughout the entire scene.

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Never Leave Me - S7-E9

Other mistake: When Buffy is talking about Spike's trigger she says, "He's a bomb and I need to know how to defuse him." The DVD subtitles misspell "defuse" as "diffuse." (00:23:55)

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Never Leave Me - S7-E9

Continuity mistake: When Buffy ties Spike to a chair before the opening credits, she ties a rope around his left arm three times. But two extremely fast shots later, the rope is tied around his left arm four times.

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Never Leave Me - S7-E9

Other mistake: When Robin Wood is burying Jonathan, Jonathan's face flinches when the first heap of dirt lands on his legs.

Bargaining (1) - S6-E1

[After saving Giles from a vampire.]
Spike: Awww, poor Watcher. Did your life flash before your eyes? Cup of tea, cup of tea, almost-got-shagged, cup of tea?

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Band Candy - S3-E6

Trivia: The accent that Giles uses as his teenage self is Anthony Head's natural accent.

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The Yoko Factor (1) - S4-E20

Question: At the last moment before leaving for good, Angel pauses to tell Buffy "I don't like him" [Riley], to which she replies with a large smile "Thank you." Why does she take this comment surprisingly well? From an ex boyfriend to her new boyfriend? It's not like it sounds like a friendly warning of any sort, nor a joke given the tense situation between the two guys in the episode. And the smile on Buffy's face does not make her response look ironic either, more like loving/caring. Is that a cross over reference to another dialogue in the Angel series?

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Chosen answer: Angel is saying that he is still jealous and Buffy recognizes that this is his way of saying he wishes that they could be together. That is why they both smile.

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