Thursday 24 August 2006, by Unseen :
This person seems to have misunderstood and misinterpreted everything he possibly can to fit his strange view that somehow *everything* must tie into a cliche. Mutant Enemy are racists? Funny when he says himself that it was actually entirely coincidental - these things do happen. It’s very easy to twist things to your own POV when you’re selective with reality that was I guess.
Tara was just a plot device? No, again you misunderstood to fit your own view. Tara’s DEATH was a plot device, just the same as any other major event in any movie, film, story, whatever, will have some plot device attached to it. Tara *was* an amazing character so how you could claim ME saw her as anything but a real person I can’t even begin to comprehend. I suppose the death of Wash in Serenity means he was a plot device by the same logic. Nope again, it’s something to make things more "real". It’s a means to accomplish something big, or a metaphor for the fact that - hey - life changes and most of the time it isn’t for the better. Reading an interview without wanting to jump to your own conclusions or listening to a commentary or two on these kind of events might do you a world of good.
Sunday 27 August 2006, by Anonymous :
I liked Willow and I liked Tara. I never liked them together as a couple. But I think the guy in this interview is just long-winded and trying to find fault to fit his own agenda.
By the way, I never liked the Buffy/Spike relationship either. Both relationships just seemed unnatural to me.
These comments are an anwser to this article : The Strange And Incredible Saga Of Willow and Tara On "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" - Part 2