Buffy The Vampire SlayerMarsters is So Vague
Sunday 16 February 2003, by Webmaster
BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER’s James Marsters talks about love and rather vaguely about the season/series finale of the show - apparently you may hate it. Minor minor spoilers.
E! Online’s Watch With Kristin had the word:
Buffy Romance? A little V-Day (not to be confused with VD) treat for fans of Buffy and Spike—James Marsters promises a "romantic" end to the season. Of course, given Joss Whedon’s usual fare, "romantic" will most likely tear your heart out and feed it to you with a spoon.
I asked James whether fans waiting for a Buffy-Spike hookup will get any satisfaction before the season (and most likely series) finale in May. "The end of the season will be very romantic," he revealed, "and that’s all I can say. For my character and for Buffy. The Buffy-Spike thing is going to end very romantically and very dramatically. That doesn’t necessarily mean the characters are going to be together, but it doesn’t preclude that either. We’re talking about something larger than sex, but it doesn’t preclude sex. I don’t want to spill the beans. For the first time, I know something that will happen, and I don’t want to blow it."
Whatever it is, be warned, Buffy fans: You might not like it. James did say this about the show’s big ending: "It’s both the coolest thing and the worst idea I’ve ever heard of. It’s the last thing I ever would have thought about doing, but when you say it, it almost seems inevitable. But we’re going to piss off people—oh my God! But we’re gonna make them love more."
Captain Steubing would be so proud.