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I'm rambling, I just find it funny how different I look at this show to ya'll.
(I don't know why I was brandishing a ruler. Use your imagination.)
Faith: You're kidding.
Angel: In front of people.
Faith: And here I am talking about my petty little problems.
I LOVE THAT SCENE. I kind of wish we had a comedy spin off in the style of Porridge featuring Faith, in which demons invade and hilarity ensues every episode. Okay, I just want more Faith, period.
I mean, there are so many good things but also so much creepy. And as strange as it is to admit it, I hate watching creepy. I can enjoy scary. I can roll with freaky. But creepy just makes my spine tingle and want to turn the tv off, and that is my reaction to every second Ted is on screen, and has been since I was around twelve years old. After I saw the reveal, re-watches just gave me the wigs.
But still, Xander and Cordelia are hilariously awkward and Giles and Jenny are awesome so I can deal. BEGRUDGINGLY.
Parties afterwards were amazing, too. So many awesome costumed people everywhere, so little time.
I say this as well, and I'm pretty sure I picked up the habit from re-watching this episode far too many times. I'd like to think I pull it off as well as he does but that's rather unlikely.