It's a restricted
clause. I swear,
if you people don't start treating
language with more respect, we're going
to take it
Ok. First my blue silk blouse,
watcher. Dawn, I think you have a problem.
Ms. Palmer is having us diagram
I think it's an effect of the Hellmouth.
Occupational hazard in the
It's hellish. Buffy, when you
hell, did you have to diagram sentences?
I would expect that the torments
sister experienced were less, um,
Dawn, I need to speak to Giles
How am I supposed to learn
help from an actual English speaker?
All right. I'll go. Spike's
Plus, he said he nicked an
Was there a famous thief named
Do you worry about
her spending so much
time with Spike?
Hey, as long as she doesn't
like Drusilla, I think we're cool.
Yes. Couldn't have
After all, when you tried it,
I wasn't in hell.
You weren't in
No. I don't know where I was,
but I felt
at peace, serene even. I felt loved
loving--washed over with love. And I
knew I was complete.
hardship, the work, the pain--were
all over. I
think it was heaven.
I don't mean to sound
all the texts are quite clear. There
infinity of hells, but not one
think that what you experienced, when
you leapt into the portal, was a
of great resolve, of clarity and of,
well, love. The
greatest love a person
can feel. It was a moment that
Buddhists might call satori. You
a great understanding, of what you
are and of what it
all meant. It was an
enviable moment. I sometimes wish that
could have such a moment--without
the death, of course. And then
endorphins would have kicked in. You
wouldn't have felt
any pain, only peace.
The portal also would have a
effect on time, so that what to you felt
eternity was, in fact, just seconds.
then the 147 days you were dead would
have made no impression on your
at all, so when you awoke, the last thing
remembered was your moment of death.
You had no actual experience of
dead. Just dying and then, I suppose
the word is,
what you're saying is, I was just dead?
Heaven. Just dead.
in that case, I owe Willow an icee.
FADE TO BLACK.