Corrected entry: Early on in season 5 Buffy is surprised by Dracula referring to her slaying/patrolling as 'hunting'. However, Buffy used the term 'hunting' herself throughout the first season, and even as late as the fourth season Willow wishes her 'happy hunting' without Buffy thinking anything of it.
Corrected entry: In "I was made to love you", there's no way Spike could have known it was Warren who was into making robot girls. Only the Scoobies had figured it out, and the only time he talks to them in this episode they throw him out of the Magic Shop without mentioning Warren. Even though Spike knew that there was a guy called Warren out there creating robot girls, it took all of Willow's computer savvy and a little bit of luck for Buffy to find him. How would Spike, working only off the first name of a perfectly normal teenager who hadn't been in town in months, track him down?Shay
Corrected entry: When Ben is being stalked by the demon while he's at his locker, he's wearing his medical clothing. Yet, moments later, when Glory grabs the demon from behind, she's back to her usual red dress and make up. If Ben and Glory were truly the same being in that moment, they would be wearing the same clothes, too.Phoebe
Corrected entry: During his fight with the slayer during the Boxer Rebellion, Spike is cut on his left eyebrow. This was done to give a reason for James Marsters' real scar, but vampires can regenerate. Later in the season, Spike is tortured and beaten by Glory without a scar to show for it after he healed. For that scar to be there, Spike would have to be cut before he was turned into a vampire.
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.
Corrected entry: In the episode 'Crush', after Buffy punches Spike across the room, he follows her home. He says to her, "like it or not, I'm in your life, you can't just shut me out". Then the barrier stops him from entering, but earlier on in the episode, Spike is in Buffy's kitchen, talking to Joyce and Dawn.