Rating: HARD R-Language, Violence, and most of all: disturbing
imagery, some of a sexual nature. This is a WARNING on what happens to certain
characters in this episode.
Disclaimer: Characters and show are
owned by JW and ME.
Dedications: My Fans: Storm and Kim-their feedback
energized me to get this started and done. Thank you.
For the love of God-YES!
Notes: This is episode
6-you should all know by now the first 5. Read those if you haven't-recommend
them to others if you want. I am gonna try to keep these "episodes"
to normal, professional length-starting with the next one. This is about 74 pages-compare
that with ep 4 which was a mere 50-so you can see the difference. I'm getting
reckless with these and losing my discipline-it's gotta stop! But for now, this
is long long long-sort of a lot happens...Enjoy!
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Buffy and Faith's relationship gets off to a resoundingly rocky
start. Drusilla takes advantage of Willow and Kennedy's deteriorating romance.
Dawn shows Elle the ropes of hunting on the hellmouth. Xander returns with a new
attitude towards Anya. There's also Spike playing both sides; Dino playing a protective,
pissed-off combo of John Wayne and Captain America; and Giles is Giles is Giles.
EXT. STREET - NIGHT
An unsuspecting FELLOW WHISTLES as he walks. He slows down
as he spots a woman sitting on a stoop up ahead, BAWLING
into her hands.
Excuse me, miss? Are you okay?
Peering up from her hands is DRUSILLA looking pitiful.
My darling Spike is in bad shape.
Is he hurt somewhere? Do you need
No...the cure for his ills is miles
more complicated. He used to make
promises to me and keep them with a
vengeful flare. Now, he can't even
do something as simple as avenge
the near death of his lover. He's
Oookay...um, exactly how can I help?
If nothing comes to mind, I can
leave. In fact, I prefer it.
Drusilla grins and stands. She sidles up to Fellow.
Actually, you seem an outstanding
antidote for my temporary needs.
In what way?
Drusilla vamps out and before the Fellow can scream, she
rips into his neck. After feasting for a while, Drusilla
releases the body.
Now to satisfy more pressing
EXT. PARK - DAWN
Blue sky. Birds CHIRP. A light breeze rustles the trees.
The sun is peeking in the horizon, not quite visible yet.
On BUFFY and FAITH as they share a kiss on a bench.
Afterwards, Buffy rests her head on Faith's shoulder.
Is there a better time of day than
Any second I spend with you?
Now THAT'S an answer. Willow knows
That gaydar is impressive.
Told her over the phone. She
didn't seem all that surprised.
Maybe she saw what you didn't.
--didn't? Just ME? The ME sitting
next to you. The ME whose lips
your lips are unabashedly addicted
Uh...I'm gonna say YEAH, but only
because I don't want this escalatin'
to the point where you're huffin'
and puffin' and blowin' away from
Well excuse me for taking offense
at being called a clueless dolt.
Now that's overstatin' it! I'm
just suggestin' you were oblivious
to how I felt. It's okay B, I
don't blame ya.
Oh I feel so much better now.
For fuck's sake B! Look where we
are! It's a beautiful fuckin'
day--with the birds singin', clouds
puffin', sun risin'...got
Shakespeare in the park about to
start...and I'm with my girl. It
don't get more kick-ass than this!
Good point. I always wanted to go
to New York to catch Shakespeare in
Central Park. What play is this?
"MacBeth" I think.
I don't remember this scene.
The scene: two VAMPIRES strapped to two big crosses, their
PROTESTS swallowed by the gags in their mouths.
Oh come on--it's the one where Lady
Mac and her lesbolicious lady
capture a couple of vamps, strap
'em to crosses in the park, and
watch 'em burn as the sun comes up.
Ohhh right...I LOVE that scene.
The slayers watch as the sunlight spreads throughout the
area and onto the Vampires who begin to smoke, SIZZLE, and
burn. It's gruesome--their SCREAMS apparent but useless.
The Vampires become toast. Cue the applause and CHEERS from
Excellent! Fabulous! Bravo! Encore! Encore! We
Someone call the Tonys! want more it's that good!
They stop. Buffy snuggles into Faith.
Man, I love the theater.