Log in

Feb. 7th, 2012 (UTC)

I've been waiting for this poll. Let's explain.

1 I have another answer. Well, really I don't. I don't understand how Cordelia, back in Graduation Day, stakes a vampire and then Riley super-soldier can't. I understand that a slayer can't fail once and I do believe that generally the risult of a fight depends on various circumstances, but still, this thing isn't clear enough.

2 We didn't see very much of William's story to know if he was a stalker or not. I believe that, probably, he was pretty obsessive but in a non-stalker way. It seems to me that William was very shy and that was the first time he truly reveals his feelings for Cecily. She was pretty rude. But I still don't blame her much.

3 Yes!

4 Yes, she saw something about him.

5 I went for "yes", after all the slayers are deeply connected to death and violence, so it's very easy to develop a death wish. That doesn't mean that every slayer *actually* wants to die.

6 Yes, she does. And, again, that doesn't mean suicide in every possibile situation, but I think that her depression is somehow a natural result of her death wish.

7 Maybe a little, though she wouldn't admit it.

8 She had her reason. After all he was talking about her death and maybe, yes, he pushes a botton, but still it's comprensibile her reaction.

9 Nikki, she was more pragmatic in the fight.

12 I have to chose Spike VS chinese slayer, because it was a great flashback and Spike with those pants and hair his so. damn. sexy. I know, he's sexy in the subway too, possibly more! I really want to be equal. He's sexy in ALL THE VERSION.

Comment Form

No HTML allowed in subject


Notice! This user has turned on the option that logs your IP address when posting. 


The One Who Isn't Chosen

Latest Month

July 2012

Pretentious Quote

"We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves."
- the Buddha
Powered by LiveJournal.com
Designed by Lilia Ahner