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SUMMER'S KITCHEN DAY (PART 2) - a scene to relieve my Dawn irritation


TEASER (CONTINUED FROM PART I)
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Mar 20, 2002, 10:54 PM



Dawn hesitates, but then complies. Easing onto the stool she
slips off her SHOES.

Buffy kneels and begins taking off Dawn's SOCKS.

                         BUFFY
                   (with pathos)
          Dawn, I love you.
                   (a breath)
          But I have a sacred duty.
                   (a deeper breath)
          I can't save the world like this.

Buffy gently takes one of Dawn's feet in her hands.
Like a mother, kisses the top of it.

                         BUFFY
                   (continuing)
          I can't save the world . . . and buy you pizza.

Buffy clips a BATTERY CHARGER WIRE to Dawn's big toe.

                         DAWN
          Buffy!?!?

                         SPIKE
          Bloody hell?!?

Buffy clips the charger to Dawn's other big toe.

                         BUFFY
          It's energy Dawn. Trickle charge.
          Pennies a day. Get used to it.

TITLE SEQUENCE


(THE END)


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Responses


Note: Michelle T. is a terrific actress . . .
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Mar 20, 2002, 11:09 PM 1 of 3

...playing an irritating character. <serious g> (thanks, m.)

bows, and dives back down a manhole in search of more
mystical sewer gas.



wow
Posted by: mayaroza - Mar 20, 2002, 11:00 PM 2 of 3

it definitely beats the tara is overweight posts. hope you dont get alot of people worried about michelle's feelings. doubt it though. actually it is marti,s writing that doesn't give dawn a chance


Har har
Posted by: buffsteraddict - Mar 20, 2002, 10:58 PM 3 of 3

You crack me up....



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