Jenny/The First: Hmm. You think you can fight me? I'm not a demon, little girl. I am something that you can't even conceive. The First Evil. Beyond sin, beyond death. I am the thing the darkness fears. You'll never see me, but I am everywhere. Every being, every thought, every drop of hate.
BUFFY: (loses her patience) Alright, I get it. You're evil. Do we have to chat about it all day?
ABC? Can officially bite me. 'Cause they ran an ad Monday night trumpeting the very thing the episode itself waited until the last possible second to reveal. How are you supposed to avoid being spoiled if the network itself is going to screw you over?
Jayzus christ, that's even worse!!!!
They can bite me, too!!!!!
Rajesh: Why don't you just have Robert E. Lee charge the line with Shiva and Ganesh?
Howard: Shiva and Ganesh? The Hindu gods against the entire Union army?
Leonard: And orcs!
Rajesh: Excuse me: Ganesh is the removal of obstacles, and Shiva is the destroyer. When the smoke clears, Abraham Lincoln will be speaking Hindi and drinking mint juleps.
I find it terribly annoying that they cut the episode order. What, they needed a few more million dollars to finance episodes of "Freddie?"
On the one hand, I suppose it could be construed as a good thing. Less mission-filler, more plot development. On the other, there is so much to get to (Sloane and Nadia, the resolution of Irina's true motives)...it doesn't seem possible to provide every character the kind of storyline attention they deserve in final episodes.
This leads me to a dire unspoiled prediction: Marshall and Dixon are going to be the odd men out. Oh, they'll have little bits to play regarding missions and such...but beyond that, it's going to be all Syd/Vaughn all the time, with a couple of new characters (whom I care little about) sprinkled in.
Ahhh...enough with the whining already. No matter what happens, I'm strapped in for one last thrill ride. Here's hoping they make it worth our while.
I want to know what this is all about too. Did we know this before? I need a tutorial on what we did know and what we didn't know. I don't remember anything about Tom's wife - just remember how much I was liking BG in this role.
Dean: Who are you? Castiel: I'm the one who gripped you tight and raised you from Perdition. Dean: Yeah, thanks for that.