User Score: 1178
When Giles shows Spike the photo of the mission, Spike then leaves straight away, Giles did not tell him where the mission is.
So why again did Willow use magic to get the files? Ever since season 1 she always hacked to the police records. Plus why would the police already have those files at the station?
In "First Date", Giles complained that this is war and there should be no dates. Now that they have a new foe (Caleb) and Buffy finally gets that now, he lets Faith take the girls out.
The timing of the Bronze party and Xander's welcome-home party is off. Kennedy says they didn't have time to do more for Xander's party...because Faith took them off to the Bronze to dance? Way to welcome him back. Also, Wood says he's there for a "big meeting" - is he talking about the big meeting to welcome Xander home, or the strategy "big meeting" they have a few minutes later that no one but he, Faith, and Buffy know about. And if there was a big strategy meeting planned, wouldn't they have missed it by going to the Bronze and drinking? They're only back at the Summers' home because Buffy sent them back.
Is it just me or did Anya's hair change from straight to curly. When they kicked Buffy out she had straight. When the morning continued the next episode she was curly.
When Faith borrows the stake from Buffy when they are fighting in the graveyard at the beginning of the episode, it is almost word-for-word a carbon copy of what happens in "Faith,Hope& Trick" when Faith 1st shows up.
Also to note, when Buffy stops Faith beating on Spike in the same scene, this is also almost a word-for-word carbon copy of a scene in "Revelations".
When Faith and Spike are smoking, there is no smoke coming out of their mouths.
Faith smokes in this episode. In 21 previous appearances, she's never smoked before. Writer Drew Goddard acknowledged the error in a magazine interview and said he was surprised it made it to the filmed episode since Joss Whedon usually catches such continuity errors when Joss reads the scripts.
When the Potential Slayer (scripted as Diane -- the one in the pink sweater who is killed first by Caleb) is fighting the Bringer during the first minutes of the fight, if you look closely in the background another Potential is fighting a Bringer. Later on the in the fight, after Buffy is knocked out and everything goes to Hell, the same Potential and the same Bringer are still fighting but it's the same exact fight (same choreography and all) from before just close up.
Spike says he reformed before Faith, when they are fighting in the graveyard in this episode, but actually Faith reformed before Spike as he was conspiring with the enemy in the episode "The Yoko Factor" (4x20), at the same time that Faith turned herself in to the police in "Sanctuary" (Angel season 1, episode 19).
Toward the end of the Angel episode "Orpheus," Willow and Faith left L.A. to come back to Sunnydale. When they arrive in town at the beginning of this episode, they both appear to be wearing different outfits. This seems odd because the ride from Los Angeles to Sunnydale, probably isn't more than a couple hours.
When Wood is talking to Spike with his back to him, preparing to fight Spike, as he is putting on his hand and arm weapons, the bandage around his left hand disappears and reappears from scene to scene.
Just after Wood tries to stake Spike and Spike pushes him away, the wire pulling Wood backwards is visible and his shirt is noticeably tented.
Spike's flashback hair in this episode is very different from his flashback hair in "Fool For Love".
Giles says the magical stone/worm will enter Spike's brain through the optic nerve. It enters his eye but then moves up his forehead - the optic nerve goes straight back into the brain, not up and over.
When Andrew is taping himself in the basement with the picture of the high school and the hellmouth, "Play" can be seen in the top left corner, but it should read "Rec."
In Andrew's flashback to him talking to Warren/The First, you can clearly see Warren/The First leaning on the bed. But, The First is incorporeal, so he shouldn't be able to do this.
When Buffy slaps the 'shy girl' who is turning invisible, the camera is focused on Buffy, at the left side of the screen you can see the girl in the shot, non-invisible, and Buffy's hand stopping about two inches from her face.
After the fight with the high schoolers and Buffy in the room containing the Seal of Danzalthar, the two kids that were previously there unconscious on the ground are gone. There is no real time when they could have left.
When Buffy and Wood are talking about what's happening in the school, they're standing at the front desk with at least one secretary within easy hearing distance. Great job keeping what they know low profile.
User Score: 1178
User Score: 1531
User Score: 1370
User Score: 611
User Score: 3307
User Score: 1718
User Score: 1138
User Score: 588
User Score: 498
User Score: 379
User Score: 217
User Score: 197
User Score: 155
User Score: 132
User Score: 124
User Score: 123
User Score: 111
User Score: 103
User Score: 94
User Score: 92
pressures of high school, sarcastic characters, saving the world, supernatural forces, teen angst