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Angelus taunts through his sketches of slumbering targets. He takes torment to the level of performance art in Passion.

Angelus taunts through his sketches of slumbering targets. He takes torment to the level of performance art in Passion.

Buffy has been to this point quite proven successful at silliness (Halloween and Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered); internal legend construction (Angel); alienation (Out of Mind, Out of Sight); twists (What’s My Line Part 1); shock (Angel’s revelation in Read the rest of this entry »

Resonance because it could be real. Some of Buffy's deepest pain is typical for teenage girls, not just Slayers.

Deeper resonance because it could be real. Some of Buffy’s deepest pain is typical for teenage girls, not just Slayers.

And so Buffy changes forever. This episode is a challenge for me because I’m trying to imagine how it must have been received on its initial broadcast as well as attempting to remember how I perceived the dark turn that it takes. Then I have to reconcile those two ideas with how I’m experiencing the episode now. Why? Because I see Read the rest of this entry »