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2003-05-21 00:49:01-07:00 - Vi Appreciation Thread - (marybelle77@yahoo.co.nz)


Vi really started to blossom towards the end, almost in correlation to when she lost the hat. She is by far my favourite SIT and really shone in the finale. I would love her to feature and any future project as i felt myself strangely drawn to her. I may be exception though as i was never irritated by many of them... maybe Eve. If Chao Ann and Amanda weren't dead, i really wouldn't mind them joining Rona, Vi + Kennedy for a spin-off.

2003-05-21 00:49:01-07:00 - Vi Appreciation Thread - (marybelle77@yahoo.co.nz)


Vi really started to blossom towards the end, almost in correlation to when she lost the hat. She is by far my favourite SIT and really shone in the finale. I would love her to feature and any future project as i felt myself strangely drawn to her. I may be exception though as i was never irritated by many of them... maybe Eve. If Chao Ann and Amanda weren't dead, i really wouldn't mind them joining Rona, Vi + Kennedy for a spin-off.

2003-05-21 07:24:30-05:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (ladyjanegray <davis@math.utexas.edu>)


In article <c07c4787.0305202349.6b96941a@posting.google.com>, marybelle77@yahoo.co.nz (Marybelle2) wrote: > Vi really started to blossom towards the end, almost in correlation to > when she lost the hat. She is by far my favourite SIT and really shone > in the finale. I agree. I had this theory .... Vi was the ���normal��� potential. . . She wasn't whiny like so many of the others, and she didn't have Kennedy's fallse bravado; she reflected what any woman put in her situation might feel. She wanted to do her best, but she also had normal human fears. She���s a standard, through which other reactions could be measured (math person, now) It was interesting to see how much screen time Vi got in the finale, more than any other potential (even on the bus). Part of it was that having Vi as a ���standard��� allowed the viewer to see just what kinds of effects getting slayer power had on the women: her change was more dramatic, clearer than anyone���s. The other part was . . . The part: it required an actress who could pull off the characterization, especially being two different kinds of person in the space of twenty minutes. Well done. The actress btw is Felicia Day.

2003-05-21 07:24:30-05:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (ladyjanegray <davis@math.utexas.edu>)


In article <c07c4787.0305202349.6b96941a@posting.google.com>, marybelle77@yahoo.co.nz (Marybelle2) wrote: > Vi really started to blossom towards the end, almost in correlation to > when she lost the hat. She is by far my favourite SIT and really shone > in the finale. I agree. I had this theory .... Vi was the ���normal��� potential. . . She wasn't whiny like so many of the others, and she didn't have Kennedy's fallse bravado; she reflected what any woman put in her situation might feel. She wanted to do her best, but she also had normal human fears. She���s a standard, through which other reactions could be measured (math person, now) It was interesting to see how much screen time Vi got in the finale, more than any other potential (even on the bus). Part of it was that having Vi as a ���standard��� allowed the viewer to see just what kinds of effects getting slayer power had on the women: her change was more dramatic, clearer than anyone���s. The other part was . . . The part: it required an actress who could pull off the characterization, especially being two different kinds of person in the space of twenty minutes. Well done. The actress btw is Felicia Day.

2003-05-21 16:06:25-05:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (ladyjanegray <davis@math.utexas.edu>)


In article <bagbcv$o25$9@slb9.atl.mindspring.net>, stardreamer@mindspring.com (Lee S. Billings) wrote: > (And hi from another math major! <g>) Hey wait! And how'd you know that?

2003-05-21 16:06:25-05:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (ladyjanegray <davis@math.utexas.edu>)


In article <bagbcv$o25$9@slb9.atl.mindspring.net>, stardreamer@mindspring.com (Lee S. Billings) wrote: > (And hi from another math major! <g>) Hey wait! And how'd you know that?

2003-05-21 17:01:19+00:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (stardreamer@mindspring.com)


In article <davis-BD2779.07242921052003@geraldo.cc.utexas.edu>, davis@math.utexas.edu says... >It was interesting to see how much screen time Vi got in the finale, >more than any other potential (even on the bus). Part of it was that >having Vi as a �standard� allowed the viewer to see just what kinds of >effects getting slayer power had on the women: her change was more >dramatic, clearer than anyone�s. Yes -- I got the distinct impression that she was being (at least potentially) groomed for a starring role in some version of a sequel series. (And hi from another math major! <g>) Celine -- Handmade jewelry at http://www.rubylane.com/shops/starcat "Only the powers of evil claim that doing good is boring." -- Diane Duane, _Nightfall at Algemron_

2003-05-21 17:01:19+00:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (stardreamer@mindspring.com)


In article <davis-BD2779.07242921052003@geraldo.cc.utexas.edu>, davis@math.utexas.edu says... >It was interesting to see how much screen time Vi got in the finale, >more than any other potential (even on the bus). Part of it was that >having Vi as a �standard� allowed the viewer to see just what kinds of >effects getting slayer power had on the women: her change was more >dramatic, clearer than anyone�s. Yes -- I got the distinct impression that she was being (at least potentially) groomed for a starring role in some version of a sequel series. (And hi from another math major! <g>) Celine -- Handmade jewelry at http://www.rubylane.com/shops/starcat "Only the powers of evil claim that doing good is boring." -- Diane Duane, _Nightfall at Algemron_

2003-05-21 17:34:13+00:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (Clotilde <Dodge@ev1.net>)


stardreamer@mindspring.com (Lee S. Billings) wrote: >In article <davis-BD2779.07242921052003@geraldo.cc.utexas.edu>, >davis@math.utexas.edu says... > >>It was interesting to see how much screen time Vi got in the finale, >>more than any other potential (even on the bus). Part of it was that >>having Vi as a ���standard��� allowed the viewer to see just what kinds of >>effects getting slayer power had on the women: her change was more >>dramatic, clearer than anyone���s. > >Yes -- I got the distinct impression that she was being (at least potentially) >groomed for a starring role in some version of a sequel series. > >(And hi from another math major! <g>) > >Celine > >-- >Handmade jewelry at http://www.rubylane.com/shops/starcat >"Only the powers of evil claim that doing good is boring." >-- Diane Duane, _Nightfall at Algemron_ > Hm. So many potentials. Heck. They could do a show just titled Vampire Slayer and have a different Slayer on each and every week. With walkon parts for the various Scoobies and maybe a showing once in a while of the original Slayer. - - ��� is akin to dropping rose petals into the Grand Canyon and waiting to hear the boom. -Neil Gaiman

2003-05-21 17:34:13+00:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (Clotilde <Dodge@ev1.net>)


stardreamer@mindspring.com (Lee S. Billings) wrote: >In article <davis-BD2779.07242921052003@geraldo.cc.utexas.edu>, >davis@math.utexas.edu says... > >>It was interesting to see how much screen time Vi got in the finale, >>more than any other potential (even on the bus). Part of it was that >>having Vi as a ���standard��� allowed the viewer to see just what kinds of >>effects getting slayer power had on the women: her change was more >>dramatic, clearer than anyone���s. > >Yes -- I got the distinct impression that she was being (at least potentially) >groomed for a starring role in some version of a sequel series. > >(And hi from another math major! <g>) > >Celine > >-- >Handmade jewelry at http://www.rubylane.com/shops/starcat >"Only the powers of evil claim that doing good is boring." >-- Diane Duane, _Nightfall at Algemron_ > Hm. So many potentials. Heck. They could do a show just titled Vampire Slayer and have a different Slayer on each and every week. With walkon parts for the various Scoobies and maybe a showing once in a while of the original Slayer. - - ��� is akin to dropping rose petals into the Grand Canyon and waiting to hear the boom. -Neil Gaiman

2003-05-21 21:01:54-05:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (ladyjanegray <davis@math.utexas.edu>)


In article <baha8t$d0p$5@slb0.atl.mindspring.net>, stardreamer@mindspring.com (Lee S. Billings) wrote: > >> (And hi from another math major! <g>) > >Hey wait! And how'd you know that? > 2) I looked at your eddress. Math => logic, remember? <g> OK, try this: did you know the actress who played Vi was also a math major? Gave the commencement address, even :) A very talented woman! > BTW, we're not too far apart -- I'm in Houston. Have you ever been to > Aggiecon? No, don't do cons . . . though I was in Houston last weekend . . . my partner and I ran through the scioence museum pushing all the buttons. I think we probably better take off-Vi comments offline, though :)

2003-05-21 21:01:54-05:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (ladyjanegray <davis@math.utexas.edu>)


In article <baha8t$d0p$5@slb0.atl.mindspring.net>, stardreamer@mindspring.com (Lee S. Billings) wrote: > >> (And hi from another math major! <g>) > >Hey wait! And how'd you know that? > 2) I looked at your eddress. Math => logic, remember? <g> OK, try this: did you know the actress who played Vi was also a math major? Gave the commencement address, even :) A very talented woman! > BTW, we're not too far apart -- I'm in Houston. Have you ever been to > Aggiecon? No, don't do cons . . . though I was in Houston last weekend . . . my partner and I ran through the scioence museum pushing all the buttons. I think we probably better take off-Vi comments offline, though :)

2003-05-22 01:48:13+00:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (stardreamer@mindspring.com)


In article <davis-BCD454.16062421052003@geraldo.cc.utexas.edu>, davis@math.utexas.edu says... > >In article <bagbcv$o25$9@slb9.atl.mindspring.net>, > stardreamer@mindspring.com (Lee S. Billings) wrote: > >> (And hi from another math major! <g>) > >Hey wait! And how'd you know that? 1) You said something about it in the part I snipped. 2) I looked at your eddress. Math => logic, remember? <g> BTW, we're not too far apart -- I'm in Houston. Have you ever been to Aggiecon? We might have seen each other! Celine -- Handmade jewelry at http://www.rubylane.com/shops/starcat "Only the powers of evil claim that doing good is boring." -- Diane Duane, _Nightfall at Algemron_

2003-05-22 01:48:13+00:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (stardreamer@mindspring.com)


In article <davis-BCD454.16062421052003@geraldo.cc.utexas.edu>, davis@math.utexas.edu says... > >In article <bagbcv$o25$9@slb9.atl.mindspring.net>, > stardreamer@mindspring.com (Lee S. Billings) wrote: > >> (And hi from another math major! <g>) > >Hey wait! And how'd you know that? 1) You said something about it in the part I snipped. 2) I looked at your eddress. Math => logic, remember? <g> BTW, we're not too far apart -- I'm in Houston. Have you ever been to Aggiecon? We might have seen each other! Celine -- Handmade jewelry at http://www.rubylane.com/shops/starcat "Only the powers of evil claim that doing good is boring." -- Diane Duane, _Nightfall at Algemron_

2003-05-22 21:16:35-04:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (forge <bake455@spamsucks.bellsouth.net>)


On 21 May 2003 00:49:01 -0700, marybelle77@yahoo.co.nz (Marybelle2) wrote: >Vi really started to blossom towards the end, almost in correlation to >when she lost the hat. She is by far my favourite SIT and really shone >in the finale. I told you guys she was lyrically pretty and a pretty neat character too. No one listens to the Forge any more, sigh.

2003-05-22 21:16:35-04:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (forge <bake455@spamsucks.bellsouth.net>)


On 21 May 2003 00:49:01 -0700, marybelle77@yahoo.co.nz (Marybelle2) wrote: >Vi really started to blossom towards the end, almost in correlation to >when she lost the hat. She is by far my favourite SIT and really shone >in the finale. I told you guys she was lyrically pretty and a pretty neat character too. No one listens to the Forge any more, sigh.

2003-05-23 02:41:57+00:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (Minbari <minbari@optonline.net>)


see my comments on the 20th much as yours "Marybelle2" <marybelle77@yahoo.co.nz> wrote in message news:c07c4787.0305202349.6b96941a@posting.google.com... > Vi really started to blossom towards the end, almost in correlation to > when she lost the hat. She is by far my favourite SIT and really shone > in the finale. > > I would love her to feature and any future project as i felt myself > strangely drawn to her. I may be exception though as i was never > irritated by many of them... maybe Eve. > > If Chao Ann and Amanda weren't dead, i really wouldn't mind them > joining Rona, Vi + Kennedy for a spin-off.

2003-05-23 02:41:57+00:00 - Re: Vi Appreciation Thread - (Minbari <minbari@optonline.net>)


see my comments on the 20th much as yours "Marybelle2" <marybelle77@yahoo.co.nz> wrote in message news:c07c4787.0305202349.6b96941a@posting.google.com... > Vi really started to blossom towards the end, almost in correlation to > when she lost the hat. She is by far my favourite SIT and really shone > in the finale. > > I would love her to feature and any future project as i felt myself > strangely drawn to her. I may be exception though as i was never > irritated by many of them... maybe Eve. > > If Chao Ann and Amanda weren't dead, i really wouldn't mind them > joining Rona, Vi + Kennedy for a spin-off.