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BittenAndStaked Buffy closes the door on Giles and turns into her room to find Spike sitting on the end of her bed, they share a quiet moment together just enjoying each others company and talking through their day.
The anger and hurt in her still fresh she couldn't bring herself to look at the man who she once saw as a father. Tonight, everything had changed.
Please believe me, we did what we…" "He's alive. What I told you is still true. You need to learn…" Giles moved to lean against the doorframe--practically feeling Buffy slipping away from him. She closed her eyes as she felt her insides squirming--Giles had wanted her to act like a general and she was, she needed Spike, not hard lessons.
Turning around she saw the vampire in question sitting on the end of her bed, his head hung low and his elbows rested on his knees.
Buffy looked at Spike for a moment and then moved to sit next to him. Their hands slipped into each other's as they sat in the dark together, eyes facing forwards and both sighing heavily. Buffy realised they both needed the comfort that came from touching each other and she held his hand a little tighter, letting her thumb caress his tenderly.
After sitting together in silence for a few minutes, Buffy looked up at Spike. He wondered for a moment what she was feeling; shutting her old watcher out of her life must have been like killing her father figure and all for the sake of himself.
Spike let his thumb brush against hers. Releasing his hand, Buffy walked over to the bedside table and flicked the lamp on.
As she turned back to face him she realised it was the first time she'd seen his injuries in the light. She moved to stand in front of him, as her eyes fluttered over his wounds and settled on the burn across his cheek.
Buffy felt something inside her take over and it was like she needed to tend to him, immortal as he was--she wanted to look after him. She eased her bedroom door open and looked out into the hall.
On seeing it empty, she darted to the bathroom and gathered up all the medical equipment she could find. Slipping back into her room, she closed the door behind her and locked it--the last thing she needed was someone barging in on her and Spike, rumours were already circulating about her and her former lover.
Spike waited patiently for her on the end of her bed, he didn't need the antiseptic but he wasn't going to say no to her if she wanted to look after him.
He recognised that she'd been doing that a lot recently, looking out for him, looking after him. Buffy sat back down on the edge of the bed, doused a cotton wool ball with some antiseptic, and ran it gently over the burn.Thank you in advance for answering my question.
When I was a kid, my parents always seemed to favor my two sisters over me. They showered them with attention, gave them lots of love, all the gifts. "Lies My Parents Told Me" is the 17th episode in the seventh and final season of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
It was originally intended to air on March 18, , a day before the Angel episode "Orpheus", but was postponed due to the start of the Iraq War. The gang investigates Spike's trigger; Principal Wood and Giles team up without Buffy. Absolutely not! Parents who consider fear an adequate substitute for ethical instruction or for earned authentic respect are doing their children a severe disservice.
Children should feel safe coming to their parents with every type of issue they. Watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season 7, Episode 17 - Lies My Parents Told Me: Giles returns with a device that may be able to deactivate Spike's trigger.
To rob the song of its power, Spike. My Advice to Catholic Parents: Don’t Let Your Kids Date Non-Catholics. Deadbeat Parents Who Won’t Help Pay for College. My parents told me they’d never help me financially after I turned My parents have a paid off their home and have a lot of money saved up.
Some parents are just selfish and like to see their kids suffer. My father has a college education and his parents helped him pay for it.