Willow and Oz: Remembering what was' Journal
Oz is also adorably in love with Willow (and the feelings are mutual, if for a Willow and Oz are just starting out their soon-to-be relationship. Title: One Year Away from Oz and Willow Reunite in San Francisco As an added twist, Willow just got out of a relationship with Ana Lucia from LOST, and Oz had a fling with . (you're my favorite song, always on the tip of my tongue). Willow/Oz basically takes this Ye Gods, I'm dating a Werewolf genre and . Tara in certain ways, and that's not what a relationship should be.
In the later seasons of Buffy, Willow never identified as anything other than one hundred percent totally super lesbo. Is her insistence on identifying as gay, not bi, a biphobic or bi-erasing gesture? Or is she actually something separate, something more progressive and interesting than bi erasure — a strong, dynamic character whose sexual orientation is genuinely fluid? I believe that the way you answer this question reveals a great deal about you, your values and your beliefs about queerness.
People who identify as bisexual tend to find Willow extremely disappointing. She was torn between two men! If you look at her from a certain angle and kind of squint, Willow, like a Magic Eye picture, springs into startling resolution as one of the most empowering depictions of fluid sexuality that has ever graced the small screen. The thing is, I see a lot of myself in Willow.
I, too, dated nothing but dudes in my high school and early college years. Unlike Willow, I described myself as bisexual at that time, and was aware of occasional attractions to women, but I seldom acted on them. Dating women seemed complicated and intimidating, and I was just as interested in men — more so, even — so why not save myself the trouble?
Then I had some bad experiences with guys. Nothing traumatic, just a series of annoyances and minor heartaches that made me wonder whether I would ever feel completely myself, completely seen and understood, in a partnership with a man.
At that point, I started to explore what I thought of as my bisexuality in earnest, and I discovered something wild: I really, really liked girls. Like more than I ever expected I would. More and more, I noticed attractive girls on the street. More and more, my celebrity crushes were female instead of male.
What's My Line, part one They meet! And now I giggle every time I hear the word "canape.
We also find out that monkeys are the only animal crackers that wear pants. I actually check for pants when I eat animal crackers. I want to know what brand actually puts pants on their monkey crackers. Surprise Willow and Oz go on their first date to Buffy's birthday party, and Oz learns what the Scooby Gang is all about. Doesn't even faze him.
Innocence Reeling from finding out about Xander and Cordelia, Willow asks Oz straight out to make out with her. And instead of doing so, Oz tells her that he wants it to be special. Where are the real guys like this out there? Phases The whole werewolf thing begins. And Willow refuses to leave him over this, and they have their first kiss and everything. Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered Willow calls Oz, crying because of the love spell Xander and Amy cast that went horribly wrong, and so Oz punches Xander simply because Willow was crying about him.
Becoming, part two Willow is in the hospital, and Oz sits with her.
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That scene just had to be the absolute sweetest. Anne And Oz is back in high school for another year. Which Willow has issues with, but I think she's over it.
But they're just so cute. And Willow wants to help him deal, but he would rather bail. Plus there's mention of the Oz half monty, to which we're still left wondering which half.
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Homecoming And now we're onto the episodes I seriously don't like. And I'm going through a period of seriously wanting to smack both Willow and Xander. Lovers Walk Willow and Xander are kidnapped, adn Oz and Cordelia go off to find them, only to find them kissing.
We also find out that Oz can smell her because of the werewolf thing.Oz and Willow (Buffy - The Vampire Slayer)
Maybe she just wears really strong perfume? But in an alternate reality, he does get to kill Evil Willow. I still think they should have remembered it, cuz then Oz would have gotten it out of his system and stuff. Like how dreams are wish fulfillment, same thing.
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See, I take one year of psych in high school and suddenly I know all. Amends They made up! To this I say yay. Willow also decides that she wants to sleep with Oz to prove that she's his, but he tells her that he wants to wait till they're both ready.