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2004-02-05 09:12:02-06:00 - "I didn't ask" - (David Swanger <swangdb@auburn.edu>)


Bring back Cordelia...uh, the telephone call was a fake... she's not really dead...well, even if she is dead, when has death ever stopped this bunch...this is all a trick... "Spike who?" Now that made laugh. Hey Joss, bring back Cordelia please! Hey, I'll write the script if you want me to, I can create continuity errors with the best of them! -- David Swanger Office Of Information Technology Auburn University, AL swangdb@auburn.edu

2004-02-05 10:47:53-08:00 - Re: "I didn't ask" - (Jake <wh@ever.com>)


David Swanger wrote: > > Bring back Cordelia...uh, the telephone call was a fake... > she's not really dead...well, even if she is dead, when has > death ever stopped this bunch...this is all a trick... > > "Spike who?" Now that made laugh. "Come along, Lilah Junior." LOL! Many great Cordy one-liners. She shall be missed. > > Hey Joss, bring back Cordelia please! Hey, I'll write the script > if you want me to, I can create continuity errors with the best > of them! > > -- > David Swanger > Office Of Information Technology > Auburn University, AL > swangdb@auburn.edu

2004-02-05 12:36:15-05:00 - Re: "I didn't ask" - (Randy Money <rbmoney@spamblocklibrary.syr.edu>)


David Swanger wrote: > Bring back Cordelia...uh, the telephone call was a fake... > she's not really dead...well, even if she is dead, when has > death ever stopped this bunch...this is all a trick... > > "Spike who?" Now that made laugh. > > Hey Joss, bring back Cordelia please! Hey, I'll write the script > if you want me to, I can create continuity errors with the best > of them! Phooey. Those final moments between Angel and Cordy proved her story wasn't necessarily over. There was a direction shown there that would have finally split AtS from BtVS, and given the older followers of both shows an adult relationship far, far, far from the high school _Wuthering Heights_ reenactments from early Buffy. Unfortunately, apparently ME is afraid of their shows growing up. No, I'm not a bitter fanboy; I'm annoyed. If I can think of stories for A/C then, damn it, Joss Whedon is more than capable of doing the same, but would rather keep the B/A relationship solvent. And to that I say, phooey, since it means seperating AtS from BtVS was only lip service and the guts it takes to actually do it is lacking. Randy M.