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This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve it by citing reliable sources. Tagged since May 2011. It contains a plot summary that may be too long or overly detailed. Tagged since May 2011. It may contain original research or unverifiable claims. Tagged since May 2011. The notability of this article's subject is in question. If notability cannot be established, it may be listed for deletion or removed. Tagged since May 2011. "Halloween" Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode Willow, Buffy and Xander in their Halloween costumes, which have taken over their persona due to a spell Episode no. Season 2 Episode 6 Directed by Bruce Seth Green Written by Carl Ellsworth Production code 5V06 Original air date October 27, 1997 Guest stars Seth Green as Oz James Marsters as Spike Robin Sachs as Ethan Rayne Juliet Landau as Drusilla Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder Larry Bagby as Larry Blaisdell Episode chronology ← Previous "Reptile Boy" Next → "Lie to Me" List of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes "Halloween" is episode six of season two of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was written by freelance writer Carl Ellsworth and directed by Bruce Seth Green. The narrative follows Ethan Rayne, a Chaos worshiper, who makes everybody turn into their costumes, meaning a chance for Spike to kill the Slayer. Contents 1 Plot 2 Continuity 2.1 Arc significance 3 External links Plot Buffy and Angel finally agree to a date, but Buffy is delayed at Pop's Pumpkin Patch by a vampire. Another vampire films the fight from hiding. As Angel waits at The Bronze, Cordelia shows up and starts talking to him. When Buffy finally arrives, she is turned away by Cordelia's sharp tongue. Cordelia continues to hit on Angel, unaware of his history. The next day, Principal Snyder forces Buffy and her friends into chaperoning small children while they trick-or-treat. Buffy would rather take a break during the only slow night for vampires. Later, Larry, the school bully, threatens Xander while asking him about Buffy, who smashes Larry into a soda machine. Xander is angered by the damage that does to his reputation. After Xander leaves, Buffy and Willow's conversation eventually turns to speculation about Angel's past. The two decide to sneak into Giles' office and borrow the passed-down Watcher's Diary. From this, they hope to learn more about what type of girls Angel used to be attracted to as a human. Buffy is slightly mopey after her date with Angel didn't fly, and is eager for information on how to win him over. The gang has to dress up for Halloween. They head to Ethan's Costume Shoppe, where Willow gets a ghost costume and Xander buys a toy gun to go with his army fatigues from home. Buffy and Xander make up, but then she spies the most beautiful 18th-century pink dress—one that matches what she has spied from Giles' Watcher files on Angel. Ethan Rayne appears and makes her an offer she cannot refuse. Spike is reviewing Buffy's fight. Drusilla comes to tell him that someone will make Buffy weak on Halloween night. Meanwhile, Ethan is chanting to a statue of Janus in the back room of his shop. On Halloween night, Buffy persuades Willow to wear a black mini-skirt and a long-sleeved crop shirt, but Willow's shyness returns; when Buffy goes to answer the doorbell, she covers up with her ghost costume. Later that night, Ethan's spell takes effect and everyone wearing a costume from his store turns into the respective persona. Willow becomes a real ghost, able to walk through walls, Xander a soldier, and Buffy an 18th-century noble woman. Willow convinces Xander not to shoot at people. They find Buffy disoriented, frightened and confused by the modern world. Willow rushes them to Buffy's house, where her mother is conveniently not home. Outside, Cordelia screams and Xander rushes out to save her. They find that Cordelia has not changed into what she is wearing—a cat—because she bought her costume from another store. Willow goes to Giles for help. While Cordelia searches the house, Angel shows up and takes Buffy into the kitchen. As Angel tries to kill a vampire that has sneaked into the house, he reveals his vampire face. Buffy is horrified and runs from the house. Arriving at the library by walking through walls, Willow, after scaring Giles by just showing up where there isn't a door, tells him about Ethan's costumes. They head to the shop, where Giles reveals that he knows Ethan. He orders Willow to leave and physically persuades Ethan to tell him how to reverse the spell. Spike is looking for Buffy, who enters an alley and meets Larry, now a pirate. Xander arrives to beat up Larry while Willow shows up to warn them of Spike. The gang tries to barricade themselves inside a warehouse, but Spike's gang breaks in. Just as Spike is about to kill Buffy, Ethan reveals the secret to ending the spell and Giles throws the statue to the floor, smashing it to pieces, breaking the spell. Buffy recovers to defeat Spike and he flees. Oz sees Willow around town again, asking himself "Who is that girl?" Buffy admits to Angel that she was trying to impress him. He tells her that he hated those people back then. The women were dull; he wanted someone exciting. They kiss. The next day, Giles returns to the store to find a note. Ethan has promised to return soon. Continuity A diary entry depicts a girl connected to Angel's past from 1775, when the entry also says Angel was an 18 year old human. This date does not fit with later flashbacks to Angel's early days. In the first part to the season two finale, "Becoming, Part One", the date when the vampire Angelus was sired is given as 1753. This date is also upheld in several episodes of the Buffy spin-off, Angel. Since it is Halloween, all vampires are allowed to enter the houses of residents without the usual needed permission. This is how a vampire enters the Summers home. When told to leave the costume shop, you can hear Willow open the door while she is a ghost and unable to touch anything. Arc significance Cordelia learns Angel is a vampire. Xander gains the knowledge and skills of an experienced soldier after Ethan's spell. This comes to use in later episodes. This episode marks the first time that Willow takes command of the Scoobies, as Buffy has no recollection of who she is & therefore has no way of leading her friends. Willow will take command of the Scoobies again many times, most notable during the time between seasons 5 & 6, when Buffy is dead. This is the first hint at Giles's past, more of which is explained in The Dark Age. This episode marks the first appearance of Ethan Rayne, who will later be a recurring character. Willow assures Buffy that Cordelia is not Angel's type, Buffy relaxes. However, in Angel (TV series), the characters Cordelia and Angel do eventually develop romantic feelings for each other. This episode establishes that vampires show up on film, despite the fact that they have no reflections. This trait will continue until the series finale and crossover to the spin-off Angel. This episode is also one of the most popular to start from in fanfiction especially crossovers because of all the different possible costume choices that could have been. External links "Halloween" at the Internet Movie Database ‹See Tfd›"Halloween" at TV.com Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Halloween v · d · eBuffy the Vampire Slayer Canon • Index • Joss Whedon Series Film • Television series (episodes) • Comic books (Season Eight • Season Nine) Main characters Angel • Anya • Buffy • Cordelia • Dawn • Giles • Oz • Riley • Spike • Tara • Willow • Xander Major villains The Master • Drusilla • The Mayor • Adam • Glory • The Trio • The First Spin-offs Angel • Fray • Tales of the Slayers • Tales of the Vampires • Buffy the Animated Series Expanded universe Novels • Undeveloped productions • Video games Auxiliary Academia • CCG • DVDs • Guidebooks • In popular culture • Magazines • Music • RPGs Universe Main characters • Minor characters • Sunnydale • Hellmouth • Monsters • Powers • Big Bads v · d · eBuffy the Vampire Slayer episodes Season 1 "Welcome to the Hellmouth" · "The Harvest" · "Witch" · "Teacher's Pet" · "Never Kill a Boy on the First Date" · "The Pack" · "Angel" · "I, Robot... You, Jane" · "The Puppet Show" · "Nightmares" · "Out of Mind, Out of Sight" · "Prophecy Girl" Season 2 "When She Was Bad" · "Some Assembly Required" · "School Hard" · "Inca Mummy Girl" · "Reptile Boy" · "Halloween" · "Lie to Me" · "The Dark Age" · "What's My Line, Parts One and Two" · "Ted" · "Bad Eggs" · "Surprise" · "Innocence" · "Phases" · "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered" · "Passion" · "Killed by Death" · "I Only Have Eyes for You" · "Go Fish" · "Becoming, Parts One and Two" Season 3 "Anne" · "Dead Man's Party" · "Faith, Hope & Trick" · "Beauty and the Beasts" · "Homecoming" · "Band Candy" · "Revelations" · "Lovers Walk" · "The Wish" · "Amends" · "Gingerbread" · "Helpless" · "The Zeppo" · "Bad Girls" · "Consequences" · "Doppelgangland" · "Enemies" · "Earshot" · "Choices" · "The Prom" · "Graduation Day, Parts One and Two" Season 4 "The Freshman" · "Living Conditions" · "The Harsh Light of Day" · "Fear, Itself" · "Beer Bad" · "Wild at Heart" · "The Initiative" · "Pangs" · "Something Blue" · "Hush" · "Doomed" · "A New Man" · "The I in Team" · "Goodbye Iowa" · "This Year's Girl" · "Who Are You" · "Superstar" · "Where the Wild Things Are" · "New Moon Rising" · "The Yoko Factor" · "Primeval" · "Restless" Season 5 "Buffy vs. Dracula" · "Real Me" · "The Replacement" · "Out of My Mind" · "No Place Like Home" · "Family" · "Fool for Love" · "Shadow" · "Listening to Fear" · "Into the Woods" · "Triangle" · "Checkpoint"  · "Blood Ties" · "Crush" · "I Was Made to Love You" · "The Body" · "Forever" · "Intervention" · "Tough Love" · "Spiral" · "The Weight of the World" · "The Gift" Season 6 "Bargaining, Parts One and Two" · "After Life" · "Flooded" · "Life Serial" · "All the Way" · "Once More, with Feeling" · "Tabula Rasa" · "Smashed" · "Wrecked" · "Gone" · "Doublemeat Palace"  · "Dead Things" · "Older and Far Away" · "As You Were" · "Hell's Bells" · "Normal Again" · "Entropy" · "Seeing Red" · "Villains" · "Two to Go" · "Grave" Season 7 "Lessons" · "Beneath You" · "Same Time, Same Place" · "Help" · "Selfless" · "Him" · "Conversations with Dead People" · "Sleeper" · "Never Leave Me" · "Bring on the Night" · "Showtime" · "Potential"  · "The Killer in Me" · "First Date" · "Get It Done" · "Storyteller" · "Lies My Parents Told Me" · "Dirty Girls" · "Empty Places" · "Touched" · "End of Days" · "Chosen"