What we don't know

Date: 2010-09-06 03:40 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Hmmm. Am a Spike and Spuffy fan, and I gave up on the comics a long while back. Just got bored with the story.

But I heard about your blog and kept my eye on it, to see what happened with Spike's return. And actually- I'm not at all worried that the Buffy you describe is "really real Buffy." Something is going on; doesn't sound right at all. I think there is plenty of reason to be optimistic on that count.

However, to quote Willow, I am even more "bored now." There is very little reason for optimism on that score. Same old, same old, same old. I gave up on "Lost" for the same reason. Ther were too many mysteries, and it was too endlessly boring waiting for explanations and the pay-offs.

I'm not at all the type who has to have "instant gratification," but enough is enough. Do I think that we'll eventually learn that Buffy does not see Angel as her one and only, does not think it was the best day, and has feelings for Spike that are at least as strong as they are for Angel? Actually, yes. But do I care? No. Not anymore.
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