Buffy And Spike James Marsters also became a regular on Angel VideoBuffy and Spike - Their Story
The writing of these particular episodes explored the many facets of their relationship development, and were important because of how the unique interactions between Buffy and Spike brought out distinct sides of their characters.
An amusing fan-favorite episode from Season 4, in which a frustrated Willow starts enacting renegade magic. She becomes so irritated by Buffy and Spike's behavior that she accidentally spits out, "Then why don't you marry him!
At the time, he'd been assisting the Slayer and her super soldier boyfriend Riley with slaying in the cemetery. In Spike's dream, Buffy seeks Spike in his crypt with the intent to slay him.
He welcomes death, declaring he'd rather die and be free of her. Spike and Drusilla are major enemies of Buffy for much of the second season.
They arrive shortly after Drusilla is seriously weakened by an angry mob in Prague , as recounted in the canon comic book The Problem with Vampires.
Spike is a devoted caretaker to Drusilla in her weakened condition, and initially hopes the Hellmouth's energy can help restore her strength.
He reunites with Angel and seems genuinely pleased to see him, but is disgusted to find that Angel has a soul whether or not Spike in fact knew that Angel's acquisition of a soul is why he left the group nearly a century before has never been made clear and is in love with the current Slayer, Buffy Summers.
Spike decides to ally himself with Buffy against Angelus; as he explains to Buffy, in addition to wanting Drusilla back, he also wants to "save the world": .
I'm going to destroy the world. That's just tough guy talk. Strutting around with your friends over a pint of blood. The truth is, I like this world.
You've got — the dog racing , Manchester United , and you've got people: billions of people walking around like Happy Meals with legs.
It's all right here. But then someone comes along with a vision, with a real passion for destruction. Angel could pull it off.
Goodbye Piccadilly, farewell Leicester bloody Square. Spike reappears in the season 3 episode " Lovers Walk ", in a drunken depression after Drusilla, offended by his alliance with Buffy, dumps him for a Chaos demon.
He kidnaps Willow and Xander, and forces Willow to conduct a love spell for him to make Drusilla love him again, even coercing Buffy and Angel to help him in exchange for the safe return of their friends.
The excitement of a brawl with the Mayor's vampires helps him see that Drusilla left him because he had begun to go soft; he resolves to win her back by torturing her until she likes him again, and tells Buffy where to find Willow and Xander.
He also tells Buffy and Angel that they can never be 'just friends' because of their love for one another. Spike returns to Sunnydale alone in season 4, in the episode " The Harsh Light of Day ", briefly living with Harmony Kendall , a shallow former classmate of Buffy, now a vampire.
He finds it and attacks Buffy in daylight, but she wrests the ring from his finger and sends it to Angel. Spike goes to Los Angeles, and hires a vampire named Marcus to torture Angel in order to get the ring, but Marcus takes the ring himself and Angel finally destroys it.
After being captured by the Initiative and implanted with a cerebral microchip which punishes him with debilitating pain whenever he harms or attempts to harm any non-demon life forms he initially assumes it works the same with anything living , Spike turns to the Scooby Gang for protection, bartering his knowledge of the Initiative.
Though he still spars with Buffy, provided he has no real intent on harming her His inability to bite is comically compared to impotence , much to Spike's constant humiliation;  in " Doomed ", he attempts to commit suicide by staking himself at Xander's house, but is stopped by Willow and Xander.
Eventually, he inadvertently discovers that he can harm demons and enthusiastically joins a fight with this knowledge, showing that he's less concerned about what side he's fighting on than fighting for the thrill of it.
In season 5, after some erotic dreams, Spike becomes aware to his horror that he has fallen in love with Buffy.
When Buffy rejects his advances, Spike attempts to prove his love by kidnapping her so that she can witness him killing Drusilla for her, to little avail; in her disgust, Buffy un-invites him from her house something she had not bothered to do in almost three years since their alliance against Angelus and alienates him from the group.
Spike then has Warren Mears make a robot in Buffy's likeness , programmed to love and obey him.
Though Buffy is disgusted by this, her hostility towards him fades considerably when she learns that Spike refused, even under intense torture, to reveal the identity of the Key to Glory , nearly laying down his life to protect Buffy's sister Dawn.
Buffy is moved by this unexpected loyalty and kisses him, saying she will not forget what he has done. After Buffy is resurrected at the beginning of season 6, she is despondent and detached from her friends.
During this time, her relationship to Spike deepens and she is able to talk to him about things she feels she cannot share with the Scooby Gang. She gets drunk with Spike, and calls him "a neutered vampire who cheats at kitten poker.
Buffy threatens to kill Spike if he ever tells anyone about their relationship. Both are unsatisfied; Buffy is ashamed of her dark desires, while Spike obsessively craves the love, trust, and affection that she is unwilling to give.
In " As You Were ", Buffy tells Spike she is using him and ends their relationship. When she refuses him, he grows desperate and unsuccessfully tries to rape her.
This is seen in his reactions to reliving the memory of the event while discussing his subsequent mood with Clem, who has come by with hot wings to hang out.
Spike heads to a remote area of Africa, where he seeks out a legendary demon shaman and undergoes the Demon Trials, a series of grueling physical challenges.
Proving his worthiness by surviving the trials, Spike earns his soul back. In season 7, a re-ensouled Spike must cope with the guilt of his past actions and try to win back Buffy's trust.
But under influence of the First Evil 's hypnotic trigger, Spike unknowingly starts killing again. Upon discovering what he has done, he begs Buffy to stake him, but she refuses and takes him into her house, telling him she has seen him change.
Later in the season, Spike and Buffy achieve an emotional closeness; he alone stays loyal to her when the Scoobies and Potentials mutiny against her, and his words and encouragement give a depressed Buffy the strength to continue fighting.
They spend three nights together, one of which Spike describes as the best night of his life, just holding her. In the final battle inside the Hellmouth, Spike, wearing a mystical amulet, sacrifices himself to destroy the Turok-Han and close the Hellmouth.
He is slowly incinerated in the process, but not before Buffy tells him "I love you. In dying to save the world, he becomes a Champion.
I've been alive a bit longer than you. And dead a lot longer than that. I've seen things you couldn't imagine — done things I'd prefer you didn't.
I don't exactly have a reputation for being a thinker. I follow my blood. Which doesn't exactly rush in the direction of my brain.
I've made a lot of mistakes. A lot of wrong bloody calls. A hundred plus years and there's only one thing I've ever been sure of.
Spike had previously appeared in the season 1 episode of Angel "In the Dark", Spike goes to Los Angeles at the same time as Oz arrives to give Angel the Gem of Amarra, Spike's objective was to get the ring and kill Angel.
Oz gives Angel the ring who then hides it in the sewer, just as he is about to leave for another case he is ambushed by Spike who hits him with a wooden plank, Angel defeats Spike but Spike warns him that he will get the ring one way or another.
Angel takes precaution and goes on a manhunt for Spike, Angel finally finds him, chases him through the alley, and corners him only to fall into Spike's trap.
Spike captures Angel and hires a vampire named Marcus to torture Angel until he tells him where the ring is. After a while Spike gets bored with waiting so he goes to Angel's apartment to find the ring and leaving Marcus to torture Angel, he gets to the apartment only to find Cordelia and Doyle aiming at him with weapons and demanding to know where Angel is.
Spike reveals Angel's location and tells them that the only way he will release Angel is if they find him the ring. Cordelia and Doyle find the ring in the sewer and head straight to Spike.
When they arrive at the location they find out that Spike had lied about releasing Angel. Taking precautions however, they then throw the ring away and just as Spike was about to retrieve it, Oz bursts through the wall in his van and rescues Angel.
Spike was evil, and I think a lot of people forgot about that. It would be bad to date a guy like this.
And I think he wanted to reinforce that in the most dramatic way imaginable. And also give Spike a really good reason to try to reform and try to become better and try to get a soul.
He goes all the way with things. Once he left The Scooby Gang behind and joined Team Angel in the L. Quite the opposite was true. In fact, one of Marsters first post- Buffy gigs came when he joined the cast of what was then among The WB's most popular series.
That series was Smallville , the angsty, small-screen origin story for one of the most iconic superheroes in comic book history.
Once it hit the airwaves in , it documented the formative years of one Clark Kent Tom Welling , who would, of course, go on to become the hero we know and love as Superman.
Considered one of the greatest television series of the last several decades, Buffy the Vampire Slayer was one of those rare amalgams of heartfelt drama, witty dialogue, and innovative storytelling.
Buffy's fight with the forces of darkness was a great metaphor for the struggles of adolescence. The series involved a group of teenagers, led by the Chosen One Buffy Summers, who protected the world from the opening of the gateway to Hell that existed beneath their town.
Spike was simply a minor villain they clashed with that became a fan sensation. No one got better storylines than the conflicted anti-hero Spike, torn between wanting to kill the Slayer and love her.
Here are the 15 things that not even die-hard Spike fans may not be aware of! Spike may come off as a little crass and uncultured sometimes, but underneath all that uncouth cynicism is a cultured linguist.
When Giles was turned into a Fyarl demon, Spike was the only one who could understand him, which was a good thing too, or Giles would have become best friends with Buffy and Mr.
In Season 6 he appears to have an understanding of Luganda, a Ugandan language, when he visits a village in Africa to win his soul.
When it was decided that Spike would have a British accent, James based his dialect on Anthony Stewart Head, aka Giles, whose dulcetly articulated tones were very helpful to him to mimic.
This worked well for flashback sequences when Spike was William Pratt, his human self in Victorian London, but for modern vampire Spike, a slightly more blue collar accent was needed.
This meant that he could help coach James in whatever manner of elocution he needed. Despite living on the beach and being a solid Los Angelino, James Marsters had to stay out of the sun so as not to contract a tan.Beste Filme Comedy collapse of the cavern creates a crater that swallows all of Sunnydale, while the survivors of the battle escape in a school bus. AOL TV. In season five, the Senior Partners of Wolfram and Hart take a bold gamble in their campaign to corrupt Angel, giving him control of their Los Angeles office.