She also comes off like such a clear ploy to keep Willow's lesbianism alive — and outraged fans happy — after Tara's death, that the character is that much more infuriating for being so unmistakably unlikable.
And not to put too fine a point on it, but the acting here does not help the character's case at all.
James [Marsters] was stressed out about it, but the guy had a fucking rock ’n’ roll band. Like that person didn’t do it properly; I’ll show you how to do it.
NB: Well, I have an action figure, but then they made those [Funko Pops! I wasn’t the Spike or I wasn’t Angel, because I didn’t have any special powers, but without that sense of humor, I’m not sure what the show is. I didn’t want all these kind of—and nothing personal to the ladies that played the Slayerettes—it became too much. But I got to work season five and then there’s Michelle [Trachtenberg]. AVC: So were you totally surprised, not just by the series regular, but the fact that Buffy was getting a sister? Sometimes as an actor you’re just kind of, “Is this the way it’s going to be? I was not a fan when he turned into the giant snake. I cry a lot at conventions because people are really opening up. I was in Salt Lake City last year and this guy came up. He said, “My sister came and she saw you here two years ago, and she was just beaming and she loved you so much, and you really, really made her day.” I said, “Well, where it she?
The lead female characters of takes place in an ancient Greece where the heroine has regular contact with Gods, monsters and other mythical creatures.
Be they the eponymous stars of their shows, parts of a strong ensemble, trusty sidekicks or mere bit players, nary a single character has been able to remain not-single for very long under his ruthless gaze. Horrible’s (Neil Patrick Harris) love, Penny (Felicia Day), was killed in a freak Death Ray incident.
At the end of Dollhouse, Paul (Tahmoh Penikett), whose longtime crush on Caroline/Echo (Eliza Dushku) looked to have been fulfilled at last, died in a hail of bullets, because apparently he forgot how to duck.
Serenity saw the only happily married Jossian couple ever, Zoe (Gina Torres) and Wash (Alan Tudyk) torn asunder by other projectiles—but, like, space ones—and while that movie did seem to give Kaylee (Jewel Staite) and Simon (Sean Maher) a taste of bliss, and strongly suggested happiness on the horizon for Mal (Nathan Fillion) and Inara (Morena Baccarin), we all know that had Serenity 2 ever been made, we would have discovered that Simon was an Alliance mole or that Inara had suddenly developed strong feelings for River (Summer Glau), actually—sorry Mal. ) Over on Angel, not only did Wesley (Alexis Denisof) first lose the love of his life, Fred (Amy Acker), to the charms of his best-friend Gunn (J.
August Richards), but after he finally claimed her as his own she was almost immediately possessed by the spirit of an ancient, pitiless demon with a sepulchral voice and an apparent affinity for blue.