Saturday, October 31, 2009

Weekly feature: Excerpt from original script

From Parting gifts(Angel, season 1).

The Ramsey hotel was originally called the Tamarind in the script.

This was deleted from the script, because of length:

Hank: Can't we at least take off the tape? It's more fun when they scream.
Barney: You heartless bastard. There are people trying to sleep in this hotel.

I assume this was when Cordelia had been kidnapped to later be sold at the auction.

Friday, October 30, 2009

20 hottest male vampires [Spike & Angel included]

I know what you're thinking, "not another hottest vampires top list".

But this one is actually fleshed out, compared to other top vampires lists I've seen online. Not only "drool, vampires are cool"(even tough there is some of that too).

Read and enjoy.

Sunday, October 25, 2009


Teaser pic of the Spike tiki from facebook(but I found it on sideshows' forum). No info on when it's planned to be released. Bigger pic here.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Weekly feature: Excerpt from original script

From This Year's Girl(Buffy, season 4), when Faith wakes up from the coma.
In this line cut for length, Buffy explains what kind of force she plans to use to get into the Initiative to rescue Riley:

"Explosives, tear gas, grappling hooks."

I'm guessing it was cut from this dialouge:

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Dean+Buffy=true love?

I think I'm a Buffy/Dean(from the TV-show Supernatural) shipper. Or maybe it was these extraordinary videos that tricked me.

what you want
everything you need
feel you in my bones

Btw, those are all by the same maker. She/he might have more Buffy/Dean videos, I didn't have time to check.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Help the talented PJ decide which vid to finish.


You should check our the rest of PJ's vids too, several of them Buffy vids.


Sunday, October 18, 2009

Weekly feature: Excerpt from original script

From the episode The Ring(Angel, season 1) where Angel is kindapped and has to fight in a, well, ring. Fighting ring? Boxing ring? Not sure it's round you see...

Cut from the script for length was this exchange, continuing the Cordy/Wesley bickering that runs throughout. As they're heading back into the warehouse after having come up with the horsehair solution to the cuffs:

WESLEY: All I'm saying is you might have thought of the horsehair sooner, not that being flung repeatedly across a room isn't jolly good exercise.

CORDELIA: Speaking of horsehair, where did you find that jacket?

GUARD: Mr. and Mrs Winslow, good to see you again.

WESLEY: Don't touch me.

GUARD: Remind me never to get married.

In case you don't remember, Cordelia and Wesley pretended to be Mr. and Mrs Winslow to get into the warehouse in a earlier scene.

I really wish they had kept this, I can hear Wesley's voice so cleary when reading the first line, and imagine Cordelia's fashionita/bitch retort.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Making our own Whedonverse magazine

Interested in helping me publishing a fan-made magazine?

Read more here.

No need to join the site to contribute, just leave a comment to the post or e-mail me at in case you have ideas, want to write, edit or make graphics for the magazine.

Monday, October 12, 2009


For those of you who haven't heard, Kayne West had been an a**.

People have started to make parody pics of this event. Here are two of mine;

Yo Warren

Yo Spike

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Weekly feature: Excerpt from original script

Cut from the episode, Expecting, when Cordelia had her (presumably) first demon pregnancy:

When Dr. Wasserman sees all the heartbeats during the ultrasound:

"Did you have fertility treatments?"

Source: Angel, the casefiles vol 1.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Brian Lynch "reviews" New Moon posters

Sometimes I really don't get this guy's humour, but this post is funny.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Weekly feature: Excerpt from original script

Here are a couple excerpts from the original version of Conversations with dead people, when The First takes the shape of Tara, not Cassie, when speaking to Willow.

* * * *

Tara shifts on the table, like she's about to stand up.

WILLOW: Wait! Don't! Don't leave-

TARA: I'm not. I was just - my skirt was bunching up.

* * * *

TARA: You just have to stop. You can't use magic again. Not ever.

WILLOW(confused): Black magic. Of course. But Giles says it isn't as simple as quitting it all cold turkey. He says I have to learn to use my power for good. The magic is in me now, and if I try to repress it, it's going to end up coming out again - in a bad way.

TARA(shakes her head): It's too dangerous. You can't take the chance that you'll lose control.

WILLOW: I don't want to. I can't. But the stuff Giles and the coven taught me in England - it helped. And, you know, all I have to do is think of the look on Dawnie's face - when I tried to... When I said such awful things to her. I never want to see that look again. I never want to cause that kind of pain.

* * * *

I wish Amber Benson had agreed to do this(I read in a interview that she didn't want to do that to the fans, but I'm too lazy to find a good source for that). And at the same time not. I might have thrown something on the TV if I saw The First mocking Willow in Tara's shape. But at the same time, we see more of Willow's regret in the original script.


Saturday, October 3, 2009

Trivia, trivia, oh where art thou trivia?.

Collected from the buffy and angel trivia guide, here is(are?) some interesting trivia:

*Sarah Michelle Gellar was away for a great deal of time when the end of season five was shot. She was filming Scooby Doo in Australia, which is why the episode 5.21 The Weight Of The World features very little of her. Doug Petrie told the BBC Buffy website about how they thought of a way to overcome the problem:

“We knew for some weeks in advance what her schedule would be like and we were all very interested in accommodating that schedule. But we had the second-to-last episode of the season and no Buffy. What do you do? Joss and I were both big fans of the Dr Strange comics. Dr Strange was a mystic magician who lived in Greenwich Village, New York and could leave his body. His astral self would go off on these adventures.”

*The telepathic voice of Buffy in 7.11 Showtime was not the voice of Sarah Michelle Gellar in the original airing of the episode. She was unavailable to record her voice for the U.S. version, but it was her voice when this episode aired in the UK and Australia.

[Anyone from the US who noticed the difference? I assume it's her voice on the DVD.]

*5.22 The Gift was the last original Buffy episode to air on the WB, and it was promoted as the “series finale” and not the “season finale”. The final two seasons of Buffy aired on UPN.

[This I think was rather mean, to the audience-members who didn't know about the UPN move.]

*The translation of Willow’s Turkish spell to get the Bringer to talk in 7.20 Touched is, (according to the script):
“You are getting very sleepy. Very, very sleepy. I do not have a pocket watch but then again you do not have eyes.”

The actual translation is: “Eyeless man, speak to us. The man without eyes, speak to us.”

[Willow should have said that sleepy-line in English after saying the Turkish spell. Would have been so funny. Warmoon(a member of the trivia site) said on the trivia site "turkish is my native language so here is the original spell 'konuş bizimle gözleri olmayan adam' as english its 'speak to us the man who doesn’t have eyes'" Of course, that doesn't sound as "English".]