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Buffy: The Vampire Slayer - Not Entirely Insubstantial
In the Season 2 episode "Halloween", Willow is turned into a ghost and is thus completely insubstantial and goes walking through walls and the like. However, when she and Giles are in the back room of Ethan's shop and Giles tells her to leave, she brushes a curtain hanging in the doorway with her shoulder on the way and the curtain moves, continuing to sway as she walks off, it's very obvious.
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Cynicat on 04-26-2001
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jess writes:
Also in this episode, in the same scene when Willow leaves you can clearly hear the door close behind her. Willow is supposed to have been turned into a ghost and can't touch anything, but she would have had to have touched the door for it to have closed.
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Hobs writes:
That is true, but even with the magic of television, you have to concede a few errors, and this is one of them. Even all the special effects in the world can't make an actress insubstantial.
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Adric writes:
She also makes up very loud and blatant footsteps- thus indicating she is making solid contact with the ground.
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Cynicat writes:
It worked for Calista Flockhart, didn't it?
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103bas writes:
If we're being super picky, she shouldn't have been able to walk at all. If she can't touch anything, that would include the floor/ground.
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