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|Sujet: Top 10 Funniest Buffy Moments Jeu 28 Juil - 9:31|| |
Top 10 Funniest Buffy Moments
Le site SciFi.UK a effectué un "classement" des 10 épisodes qu'il considère comme étant les plus drôles de la série :
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Spliced in documentary fashion by Andrew, there’s a hilarious vision of him and the remaining two thirds of the geek trio becoming gods, skipping through a field of flowers dressed in togas. He also passes up filming girls kissing to admire Xander’s carpentry work.
Buffy hears things she really doesn’t want to when she gains telepathic abilities. The high school boys appear to be on heat, Principal Snyder has Walk Like An Egyptian in his head, and her mother and Giles did unspeakable things on the hood of a police car.
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (s.2)
You know a love spell has gone wonky when Xander is the hotty of Sunnydale High. The goofy sidekick provides plenty of laugh-out-loud moments as he squirms his way out of unnerving situations, such as turning down Buffy in a silk robe. Poor guy.
A New Man (s.4)
Lovable rogue Ethan Rayne is back to turn Giles into a demon. Hilarity ensues when only Spike knows it’s him, and they have a strange conversation about mucus. The highlight is when he chases Professor Walsh down the street, roaring and waving his arms about, before returning to the car thoroughly satisfied.
Something Blue (s.4)
Willow’s wishes come true and suddenly enemies Buffy and Spike are engaged and snogging non-stop, Giles is blind but “can hear the smacking!”, and Xander is fending off door-to-door demons. D’Hoffryn offers Willow a job as a vengeance demon, but she refuses and bakes cookies for her friends out of guilt.
Tabula Rasa (s.6)
Another of Willow’s spells misses the mark and the gang gets amnesia. They jump to some wild conclusions about themselves, like Spike being Giles’ son called Randy, which he isn’t happy about: “Why not call me Horny Giles or Desperate-for-a-shag Giles?!”
The Relacement (s.5)
Xander gets split in two by the demon Toth – smooth Xander and pathetic Xander. Actor Nicholas Brendon and real-life twin brother Kelly Donovan pull it off a treat. Anya has some great lines too when her biological clock starts ticking – “I may have as few as 50 years left!”
Willow’s vampire counterpart shows up in Sunnydale, courtesy of Anya, and is ‘kinda gay’ (foreshadowing alert). The real Willow fails miserably when acting as a vampire and has to revert to “Yeah, but can a vampire do this?” cue much screaming.
A new quarterback sets the girls’ hearts racing with his enchanted jacket, making Xander fondly recall his high school says (see Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered). Dawn performs a delightfully awkward cheerleading routine and Buffy dabbles in inappropriate student/teacher relations. Suicide, magic, and bank robbery are also involved. What a guy.
Fear, Itself (s.4)
This episode cleverly skips between comedy and all-out horror when the Scoobies are locked in a real haunted house… controlled by a four-inch demon. The best line has to go to Giles and his tense translation – “Actual size”.
Merci Miss Kitty
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|Sujet: Re: Top 10 Funniest Buffy Moments Jeu 28 Juil - 11:51|| |
Bien d'accord pour certains choix (Storyteller, par exemple), mais moins pour d'autres... Et puis ils ont oublié Band Candy !
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|Sujet: Re: Top 10 Funniest Buffy Moments Sam 30 Juil - 14:27|| |
Pas mal du tout ce classement ! Je suis globalement d'accord, même si comme Ludo, je trouve que Band Candy aurait dû y être aussi ^^ Et peut-être même Restless, qui explore également l'absurdité des rêves de manière tellement priceless et drôle dans un sens ♥ (au-delà de la richesse symbolique de l'épisode of course).
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