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Buffy: The Vampire Slayer - I Have Got to Save Dawn, but I Think I Will Change Shirts First.
During Buffy the Musical Buffy goes to the Magic Box, and she learns that Dawn has been kidnapped by a musical demon. Giles says she has to go alone. Well we see Buffy wearing a white shirt. She leaves and puts on a black jacket, but you can still see the shirt. So she makes her way to the Bronze singing..."I touch the fire and it freezes me...I look into and its black....etc." Then Buffy breaks down the door to the Bronze and she talks to the demon. Then while she removes her black jacket and begins to sing "Life's a show and we all play are parts...etc." we see she is wearing a red shirt now. Apparently Dawn's life could wait for a costume change.
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Superbrother writes:
It's a musical, of course there are costume changes.
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WillowRosenbabe writes:
Have you ever thought of the fact that its a musical????? Joss Whedon actually said that the episode Once More With Feeling was meant to be strange and different from the rest. This would obviously leave use with a quick costume change. I mean honestly could you really see her doing her final performance in her training clothes? Also what i noticed is that for some of the fifth season in the Magic Box, there is a statue that ethan had used in Halloween to turn everyone into there costumes. But didnt Giles break that statue? olk so maybe he did get another one but why would he if he knew what dark power it posseses?
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AJ writes:
OK, so maybe Buffy's shirt did change rather quickly, maybe she had another shirt at the magic box, or went home and changed it before resuing Dawn feeling she wasn't in grave danger, but there was an even quicker costume change in the episode. The demon himself changed his suit in the blink of an eye as part of his number, hence the magic of the musical demon may have extended out to Buffy also.
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Kristina writes:
Whether this is defended as a slip up or not its darn funny.
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