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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Killer In Me

When Willow starts to give in to romantic feelings for Kennedy, her guilty conscience causes her to turn into Warren, Tara's killer. Also, the gang gets clues that lead them to believe Giles may be The First, and Buffy helps Spike with what seems to be his malfunctioning chip, ultimately leaving Buffy with a hard decision to make.


Episode Info


Episode number: 7x13
Production Number: 7ABB13
Airdate: Tuesday February 04th, 2003



  • Currently 9/10
9/10 (4 Votes cast)
Special Guest Stars
Anthony Stewart HeadAnthony Stewart Head
As Rupert Giles
Recurring

Guest Stars
Adam BuschAdam Busch
As Warren
Recurring
Elizabeth Anne Allen (1)Elizabeth Anne Allen (1)
As Amy Madison
Recurring
Iyari LimonIyari Limon
As Kennedy
Recurring
Tom LenkTom Lenk
As Andrew
Recurring
Rif HuttonRif Hutton
As Initiative Leader
Terence Bernie HinesTerence Bernie Hines
As Shop Keeper
Main Cast
Sarah Michelle GellarSarah Michelle Gellar
As Buffy Anne Summers
Nicholas BrendonNicholas Brendon
As Alexander "Xander" Harris
Alyson HanniganAlyson Hannigan
As Willow Rosenberg
Emma CaulfieldEmma Caulfield
As Anya Jenkins
Michelle TrachtenbergMichelle Trachtenberg
As Dawn Summers
Episode Notes
This episode scored a 3.6/5 in the overnight ratings.

This episode ranked 5 out of 11 UPN shows for that week.

Ranked 101 out of 135 prime time shows.

This episode marks the final mention of Tara. Elizabeth Anne Allen makes her final appearance as Amy Madison.



Episode Quotes
Spike: Who you gonna call? God, that phrase is never gonna be usable again, is it?

Anya: We thought you might be non-corporeal evil.
Giles: Well, I... I really don't know what to... Wait, let me understand. You thought I was evil because I took a group of young girls on a camping trip and didn't touch them?

Initiative General: He indicated you might be needing our assistance. We're to provide you anything you need to help Ass-face here. Those were his exact words, ma'am.



Cultural References
Spike: (After Buffy takes out her cellular phone) Who you gonna call? God, that phrase is never gonna be usable again, is it?

Spike is refering to the Ghostbusters theme song.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorJoss Whedon
Executive ProducerJoss Whedon  |  Marti Noxon
 
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