The Plural of 'Apocalypse'

Jonathan McDonald ~ June 20 2002

But I'm digressing from my original point, which is that the world almost ended just recently. Of course, the world has a tendency of "almost ending" at least once during each season of Buffy. As one character in the show commented once, "Turns out I suddenly find myself needing to know the plural of 'apocalypse.'" The main difference between this season and all the previous is that the harbinger of armageddon wasn't some maniacal demon with a god complex. Instead, it was Willow, a rather geeky and introverted character that I had grown to love since I began watching the show.



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