September 22nd, 2016

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The Sunnydale Herald Newsletter, Thursday, September 22

WILLOW: So, where do we start?
GILES: Hmm? Oh, I don't know. Maybe look into the history of the hospital, bizarre incidents, that sort of thing.
WILLOW: I'm sensing a little less than full committal here.
GILES: Oh, I-I suppose so. Cordelia may be homerically insensitive, but she may also be right. Death and disease are, are things, possibly the *only* things that, that Buffy cannot fight. It's only natural for her to try to create a-a defeatable opponent. Especially now, after... after Jenny.
WILLOW: That's true. But on the 'we live on the Hellmouth' side, these kids may have seen a monster.
GILES: What, a monster that grown-ups can't see? Doesn't ring a bell. Unless...
WILLOW: Unless?
GILES: Well, sometimes small children *do* see something we adults don't: us. Our true selves, our, our... our hidden faces.
WILLOW: So the kids might be afraid of a regular person? Like the weird doctor!


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