Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Trivia: In 'Once More, With Feeling' the man singing the mustard song is David Fury, the co-executive producer.

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Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Trivia: In 'Once More, With Feeling' the woman singing about her parking ticket is played by Marti Noxon, the executive producer.

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Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Trivia: In addition to singing "Rest in Peace," James Marsters also played the song's guitar track.

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Tabula Rasa - S6-E8

Trivia: In the episode 'Tabula Rasa', Buffy says to Spike 'A vampire with a soul? How lame is that?', a dig at spin-off show 'Angel'.

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Doublemeat Palace - S6-E12

Trivia: The scene in which Buffy attempts to convince customers the hamburgers are made out of people spoofs the infamous climax of the Charlton Heston film Soylent Green.

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Doublemeat Palace - S6-E12

Trivia: In the season 6 episode "Doublemeat Palace", Buffy has to get a job working at a local fast food joint. The writers went out of their way to make it seem like the most miserable, degrading job ever. After this episode aired, several fast food franchises in real life like Burger King pulled their ads from Buffy in protest.

Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Trivia: Alyson Hannigan and Michelle Trachtenberg don't have many singing lines during the episode "Once More With Feeling". This is because Alyson threaten to come down with laryngitis should she get to many lines and Michelle actually did come down with it.

Orion Hardy

Tabula Rasa - S6-E8

Trivia: Tabula Rasa is a philosophical term. It's a school of thought founded primarily by John Locke and it holds that human beings are born as "blank slates" - that is, they have no knowledge or experience. This is contrasted with a belief system that all humans have certain ideas at birth; "God exists" is one commonly put forward.

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Seeing Red - S6-E19

Trivia: This is the only episode where actress Amber Benson is acknowledged in the opening credits. This was done with the intent that the death of her character, Tara, at the end of this episode would be more of a surprise for the audience.

Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Trivia: The demon Sweet is never referred to as such in the episode. His name is only mentioned in the ending credits and in the teleplay.

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Seeing Red - S6-E19

Trivia: Many gay and lesbian rights groups were angered by the decision to kill Tara. Joss Whedon has argued that the decision was made not because Tara was gay, but because she was involved with Willow; had Willow remained with Oz, he would have been killed instead. Killing Tara was a way for the writers to advance Willow's storyline and transform her into Dark Willow for the season finale.

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Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Trivia: The three men who play the two vamps and one horned demon during Buffy's graveyard scene also play the three street sweepers during Anya, Xander, and Giles' street scene, and later they play Sweet's three masked minions.

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Tabula Rasa - S6-E8

Trivia: A Dictionary definition of the phrase "Tabula Rasa" is: Latin, smoothed or erased tablet. 1) the mind in its hypothetical primary blank or empty state before receiving outside impressions. 2) something existing in its original pristine state. Fitting, don't you think?

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Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Trivia: When the woman is singing about her parking ticket, if you turn up the volume you can hear her last line of song 'and im not wearing any underwear' very faint, but its there

Tabula Rasa - S6-E8

Trivia: The episode, Tabula Rasa, is very aptly named. Tabula Rasa (Latin) means 'blank slate' (which refers to being born 'blank' and that intellect and behavior only comes from experience and perception) and is appropriate since the characters lost all their memories due to Willow's spell.

Grave (2) - S6-E22

Trivia: This was the only season finale not written and directed by Joss Whedon.

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Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Trivia: Hinton Battle, who plays the demon Sweet, is the most successful Tony Award winner, with three wins in the Featured Actor in a Musical category from three nominations. There have been other three-time nominees in the category, but they have won two or fewer of the three.

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Villains - S6-E20

Trivia: While "Seeing Red" is commonly considered Amber Benson's last appearance as Tara, she actually appears (and is credited) in this episode as Tara's dead body.

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