DO familiarize yourself with the equipment. When the Mayor's last bequest successfully switches Faith and Buffy' s bodies, the former spends some time exploring the studio space, so to speak.
|It might not look like it, but this scene is chilling.|
|Though the patented Slayer Hair Tossing Dance remains the same no matter who is possessing your body.|
"I could ride you at a gallop until your legs buckled and your eyes rolled up. I've got muscles you've never even dreamed of. I could squeeze you until you pop like warm champagne and you'd beg me to hurt you just a little bit more."
As my intrepid co-watcher Jenn points out, this S/M-tinged speech is a little hard to enjoy with "Seeing Red" looming in season 6.
|Why does Season 6 have to ruin everything?|
|This is Tara's "I'm figuring it out" face.|
and also engages in some metaphorical sexytime with Willow.
|As Jenn points out, unfortunately, metaphorical sexytime is really all they're allowed.|
DO take advantage of available opportunities, part 2. This is like the opposite of sexytime, metaphorical or otherwise. Faith-in-Buffy gets groiny with Riley, and his tender lovemaking is the beginning of her rehabilitation.
|And I was just wondering where Graham was.|
DON'T forget that pretending to be someone else only teaches you more about yourself. Though the Buffy-in-Faith vs. Faith-in-Buffy showdown is unfortunately brief, it does highlight the depth and ferocity of Faith's self-loathing.
|Pictured: What self-loathing looks like if you've happened to switch bodies with Buffy||.|
|Yeah. It's this guy.|