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Feb. 8th, 2012 (UTC)

Cecily was entirely within her rights to give William the brush-off, but the "You're beneath me" comment was unreasonably rude. If she'd just wanted to make sure he got the message to stay away from her, then simply not inviting him to any more parties and being "not at home" if he tried to call would have done the job perfectly well. She's a respectable upper-class Victorian lady: shielding her from sexual attention is what her whole society is designed to do!

My one problem with this episode is that I don't think the directing of the two Slayer fights matched the dialogue. We're told that the Chinese Slayer was "all business" in contrast to Nikki - but as I saw it, Xin Rong was doing all sorts of unnecessarily flashy poses and acrobatics and waving her sword about trying to look impressive, while Nikki was just getting down and dirty and brawling. She was the one who was all business.

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