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2003-09-05 11:58:57-07:00 - E!Online interview with James Marsters: "Casper for a bit" - (reldevik@usa.net)


I'm sure someone can supply the URL and the complete text of this. I'm just here to report one remark Marsters made--that on AtS this year Spike S P O I L E R S P A C E would be "like Casper for a bit." In other words, it seems, he'll be deghostified before too long. Although I've been giving serious consideration to the suggestions here on this NG for why a permanent GhostSpike might be interesting, on balance I'm glad he'll eventually be solid again, and I'm looking forward to that quite eagerly. Clairel

2003-09-06 11:09:43-07:00 - Re: E!Online interview with James Marsters: "Casper for a bit" - (Hank Tiffany <davidt@cet.com>)


On 5 Sep 2003, Clairel wrote: > I'm sure someone can supply the URL and the complete text of this. > I'm just here to report one remark Marsters made--that on AtS this > year Spike > > S > > P > > O > > I > > L > > E > > R > > S > > P > > A > > C > > E > > would be "like Casper for a bit." In other words, it seems, he'll be > deghostified before too long. Or maybe he won't remember the details about his previous life/unlife, desperately want a friend and have three mean uncles who ... nah. Hank -- Hitler, he only had one ball/Goering, had two but they were small Himmler, was very simmlar/But poor old Goebbels had no balls at all

2003-09-07 03:44:15+00:00 - Re: E!Online interview with James Marsters: "Casper for a bit" - ("JoAnn D. Peeler" <peeler@cs.fsu.edu>)


On Fri, 05 Sep 2003 11:58:57 -0700, Clairel wrote: > > S > > P > > O > > I > > L > > E > > R > > S > > P > > A > > C > > E > > Although I've been giving serious consideration to the suggestions > here on this NG for why a permanent GhostSpike might be interesting, > on balance I'm glad he'll eventually be solid again, and I'm looking > forward to that quite eagerly. > I have to agree with the solidness issue. I don't think Spike can be staked unless he's solid. -- JoAnn Peeler