), and two heart-wrenching deaths, Willow and Oz were a much-needed bright spot in the season. Well, to the casual observer, it would appear that you're trying to make your friend Xander jealous or even the score or something. See, in my fantasy when I'm kissing you, you're kissing me. There doesn't need to be epic drama and romance and heartbreak for a couple to be engaging and have chemistry, and that's the magic of Willow and Oz.Hands down, they're one of my favorite YA couples.* Why do they work so well? Super sweet, but as Buffy says, she needs to "Wake up and smell the hottie." episodes, in which they're recruited by some crazy software company during a career fair because they're super smart. She moved on to a supersoldier who couldn't handle the fact that she was stronger than he was. Xander dated various supernatural monster women (including Cordelia) before nearly marrying a demon whose purpose in life was punishing men. After an unrequited fixation on Xander and getting dumped by Oz, Willow fell deeply in love with Tara -- and we all know what happened to her. They love that." Xander: "And here I was wasting time buying them flowers and complimenting them on their shoes." Willow: "You need to stop thinking about Parker. There are men, better men, wherein the mind is stronger than the penis." Xander (loudly): "Nothing can defeat the penis! Or the girl caught the guy in one of the seven annual minutes he's legitimately too preoccupied to do it." Willow: "Well, things with Oz are weird.And then she had a violent, passionate affair with another vampire that became abusive... And that may have been her healthiest relationship of the three. But at least they all made us laugh while they were doing it. She didn't even care enough to cut off my head or set me on fire. " Willow: "What if the girl wants to, and the guy doesn't? And I talked to Buffy about it, but I think we're in guy-ville here.is renowned for its use of metaphor to explore wider life issues.
Amidst vampire boyfriends gone seriously bad, a couple impending apocalypses (apocalypsi? Willow smiles at him, expectant.) Oh, I'm not gonna kiss you. to root for, who bring a smile to your face every time they're on screen.
Willow’s vampire counterpart in season three, for example, is described as ‘a little gay’.
It’s not until the college years of season four, with the introduction of Tara (Amber Benson), that Willow begins to come out – though the change is alluded to subtly.
Willow: "When I'm with a boy I like, it's hard for me to say anything cool, or witty, or at all. I need a translator from the Y side of things." Xander: "Well, last time I checked, I had the creds.
I can usually make a few vowel sounds, and then I have to go away." Buffy: "It's not that bad." Willow: "No, it is. Hit me." Willow: "What does it mean when a girl wants to... Now you've gone and picked up some cheap queen of the damned to dress up like your precious Drood-zilla." Spike: "Harm..." Harmony: "You'd better not be thinking what I think you're thinking. No threesomes unless it's boy boy girl, or Charlize Theron." Buffy: "Last night was the most perverse, degrading experience of my life." Spike: "Yeah. " Anya: "It isn't always about looks, or a beating heart.