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The Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Script Book, Season Three, Vol. 2 [Paperback]

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Sept. 1 2003 Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Simon Spotlight)
"If I'm not the Slayer, I mean...what do I have to offer?" -- Buffy Summers, "Helpless"

Only in Sunnydale could a new watcher be a harbinger of badness, and only the Hellmouth could offer refuge for a lovelorn vampire. But as Cordelia Chase learns when she wishes otherwise, life in Sunnydale could be a lot worse. Like, if Buffy the Vampire Slayer had never come to town, for example. Buffy has saved her friends -- heck, she's saved the world -- more than once, and even those loath to face the reality of things-that-go-bump-in-the-night are thankful. But Buffy's about to learn one of her most difficult lessons yet: how to beat the baddies as just a "regular girl...."

Now, don't miss a word as Angel's return is uncovered by the Scoobies, and he makes peace with his inner demons, and as Willow and Xander, respectively, grapple with their feelings for one another as well as their place among the group. Complete with production notes, inside jokes, cut dialogue, and more, these scripts will slay you!

Dig into: "Revelations," "Lovers Walk," "The Wish," "Amends," "Gingerbread," "Helpless," and "The Zeppo."



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5.0 out of 5 stars "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" scripts: Season 3, Episodes 7-12 Sept. 17 2003
By Lawrance M. Bernabo - Published on Amazon.com
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"Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Script Book, Season Three, Volume 2" gives us episodes 7-12 from the senior year at Sunnydale High School for Buffy and the Scoobies. This is the eighth volume of scripts available to date, the rest dealing with the previous two seasons and the "Once More With Feeling" musical episode of "BtVS." The attraction here for those who are trying to carrying on now Joss Whedon's legions of fans are down to watching "Angel" and waiting for Buffy to make a guest appearance is that these are the shooting scripts for these six episodes. You can look for typos and other mistooks that they failed to corrupt, but the attraction is getting dialogue and even full scenes that were cut before the final version was broadcast on the WB (the idea of deleted scenes out there is as maddening as the smell of fresh blood would be to newly risen vamp). I used to suggest that you could read along with these scripts while you watched the episodes on DVD, but I think most of us know the episodes so well by now that we can easily pick up on what was added, omitted or alterred in the final aired version (e.g., the tree sellers in "Amends," p. 216). Still, you have to admit it is a lot easier to read the script this way than going frame by frame when one of them is available on the DVDs. But even when there are not changes you get Joss Whedon's wacky stage directions, a type of humor that has obviously rubbed off on some of the other writers as well (e.g., "Anya looks deeply perplexed," page 165).
Included in this second volume of Season Three scripts are: "Revelations" by Douglas Petrie, "Lovers Walk" by Dan Vebber, "The Wish" by Marti Noxon, "Amends" by Joss Whedon, "Gingerbread" by Jane Espenson (story by Espenson and Thania St. John), and "Helpless" (previously "18") by David Fury. These half-dozen episodes bring us up to the point where Giles is fired by the Watcher's Council, which means in Volume 3 we will see means the next volume (which should have the next five episodes) will begin Faith's slide toward becoming a rouge slayer. Interesting to note that "Amends" which was the episode submitted by Whedon for Emmy consideration from Season Three, and "Helpless," are both entirely "WHITE" shooting drafts: no revisions as in no "BLUE" pages, no "PINK" pages (I know, you cannot tell by the color of the pages in this book, but they are labeled at the top so you can see what was revised and hazard your guesses as to why). This latest volume reaffirms that "BtVS" was rich series where every script has a few choice morsels on which we can subsist while we wallow in despair that the show is now part of cult television history.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great! Feb. 25 2008
By angelfan - Published on Amazon.com
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this is a great addition to a library of any Buffy the vampire slayer fan. It was a good price for a book that is hard to find elsewhere, and it was shipped really fast. Loved it. :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars bigger than i thought July 7 2008
By Kenneth B. Wilde - Published on Amazon.com
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this book is overal pretty cool... it's way bigger than i thought it would be ...i really like the poster in the back 2 !

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