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1. Walsh tells Giles that Buffy's lacking a male role model. True?
2. Despite the fact that Riley looked uncomfortable when Buffy proved stronger than him (and kicked him across the room), by the end of the episode, he says he likes her strength and leadership skills. True?
|Yeah. He digs it completely.|
|No. He obviously still has some issues later on.|
|I have another answer|
3. In this episode, Spike moves out of Xander's basement to his own crypt. Why are the Scoobies letting him, you know, run free and loose and undusty? Choose all you think apply.
|They still think he may provide useful info on the Initiative (that they can't get from Riley)|
|He's too much of a person to them to kill outright. It would be ooky.|
|Spike was annoying them so much that they're glad to be rid of him|
|They think that now that he can (and will) fight demons, he'll be a net force for good|
|They're not that bright, the Scoobies|
|Because Spike's a popular character and the writers had to find a way to keep him on the show|
|I have another answer.|
4. Pretend you're a movie reviewer and give this episode a star rating.
|***** (Five stars)|
|**** (Four stars)|
|*** (Three stars)|
|** (Two stars)|
|* (One star)|
Oh, a note of apology if I don't reply to comments on this one. I've come down sick and am trying to rest up as much as possible. Discuss among yourselves!