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  1. It took them a while to forgive this video:
  2. Pretty Little Liars was always fantastically preposterous, but going full-on twin mode (and with a dodgy British accent) for the finale was just lazy. Can't think of a show that's had a really satisfying ending. Most formerly excellent ones have ended with a whimper, a few seasons too late. Possibly Buffy.
  3. And this one (it must be in here somewhere):
  4. Just noticed that this thread has been going for ten years!
  5. The Lovers fills in the background for Parker's dad, and is central to the mythology established in The Black Angel. That seems to have taken a bit of a back seat after The Wrath of Angels, even though with that book we still don't know what Parker really is (though thanks to the Collector we know what he isn't). I've just bought the new one, though my main motivation is finding out how Angel's doing.
  6. Just finished that one. Great series, but I think it peaked with The Lovers. Splendid writer though. New one out tomorrow.
  7. And, of course, now I've posted this I've remembered where it's from 🙄 . It's the reveal that Jesse is a vampire, in S1E2 of Buffy.
  8. In which film or TV episode can you find this scene?: Two people running from a killer. Woman has her back to the man. She says something like "what can we do?" In a twist reveal she turns around and the man says "you can die." He's the killer, or at least involved. It's from something like Scream, but it's not Scream. Almost certainly a film, but could be something like an episode of Buffy. Quite likely from no later than late 90s to mid 00s.
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