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Buffy is interested in getting 'better'. She really doesn't want to be 'the Slayer', and maybe the therapists can make that happen. On the other hand, if she ignores the pleas of those around he who claim to be victims of the supernatural, isn't she guilty when they meet their fate?

Meanwhile Giles is undergoing his own identity crisis - should he try to erase the past, or embrace it?

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If You Go Chasing Vampires and You Know You're Going To Fall... 0

Slayer Interrupted part 3, has Buffy, now well ensconced in the mental institution her parents committed her to, trying to come to grips with growing up, taking on responsibilities, questioning authority, and her own role in society.I have to admit that I expected the institutionalization of Buffy to be a lot more simplistic, of the "you just don't understand, I'm the Slayer", "I know you think that, but that's the illness speaking, Buffy" variety. Actually it is much more subtly layered than th...

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