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In comparing the two Willows, the most interesting scene is when Willow impersonates her evil self and infiltrates the Bronze. Not only that, but considering the fact that Angel was actually just pretending to be Angelus in this scene suggests that he actually meant to hurt Buffy with some of those words.Despite her initial attempt to seem set on the kill, Willow soon begins musing about how her mortal self is a weak pushover. He didn’t hold back, even though a slightly less harsh performance probably would have still put one over on Faith.
There are lots of other things I could talk about now, but that would be greedy (and possibly boring).
In essence, it seems as though Willow and Vamp Willow have both developed their strength based on their circumstances and environment — one version could fairly easily become the other, should their situations be changed. As I said to my husband while watching “Enemies” this time, what I love about the Faith storyline is that Joss Whedon not only came up with this entire mythology of a girl who was chosen to be humanity’s safeguard and protector against the forces of darkness, but then showed us an example of one who went bad. with that much power comes responsibility, but as we all know, power corrupts.
Of course, those of us who have watched Willow's development throughout the seasons as she gets deeper and deeper into the black arts, know that the Willow of "Doppelgängland" and Vamp Willow have much more in common. I have to admit, the first time I saw “Enemies” I was PRAYING that Angelus would return, and when I thought he had (for I, along with Faith and many other viewers, was totally duped), I was thrilled.
3.16 Doppelgangland3.17 Enemies3.18 Earshot**For more, read along on pages 206-210 of my Buffy the Vampire Slayer companion guide, Bite Me.
Welcome to Week 18 of the Buffy Rewatch, and three excellent episodes that all look at the difficulties of being a teenager... First, a slice of cheese from our resident Bt VS music expert, Janet Halfyard!