> On Feb 12, 10:34 am, Stephen Tempest stempest.demon.co.uk>
>>>And the big, gaping tear in the balance of the universe? I suppose she
>>>staged that, too?
>> Yes of course she did. Didn't you watch the episode? The whole thing
>> was a fake-out from start to end.
>> "You know, funny thing about throwing the universe out of whack... not
>> as fun as it sounds. On the plus side, they totally fell for the cup
>> of torment thing. Just like you thought they would."
> Oh, good lord. I had thought this was perfectly obvious, but I guess
> there are some people who didn't get it. When Eve says they threw the
> universe out of whack, she meant that they did it by giving Spike his
> body back. It was a direct consequence of something they did.
How? They'd both been souled vampires with bodies before, for almost
an entire year, and they'd been in the same room together ("End Of
Days"). No ill effects on the Universe. This was manufactured
specifically to set up the make-believe fairy tale cup, and they undid
it once it had served its purpose.
>> Lindsey and Eve pulled a con job. "Right under the Senior Partners'
>> noses", as she says herself... and Angel and Spike fell for it. So,
>> apparently, did you...
> Right. It was a con job, even though Eve specifically stated that they
> "threw the universe out of whack." It was such a good con job they
> apparently even fooled themselves!
You're both right and wrong. They threw the Universe out of whack,
and it was a con job.
> Sheesh, the lengths people will go to to ignore facts that go against
> their preconceived views never ceases to amaze me.
Oh, that one is too good to pass up.... but there's no point in being
~when in doubt, find a half-assd middle ground~