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30 Days of Buffy the Vampire Slayer | Day 26: Two Characters Who Got Together That You Wish Didn’t
Besides Willow/Kennedy, I don’t really have a problem with any of the major relationships on this show. So I guess I’ll go with a really obvious answer: Buffy/Parker. The entire point of this relationship was to show that even someone as strong as Buffy could get manipulated by a total douchebag. To that end, it was successful. But yeah, Parker was a complete tool. This fling eventually led Buffy to Riley’s clean-cut arms, and while I didn’t mind Riley (even kinda liked the guy), he was definitely the least interesting of Buffy’s three significant romantic partners.

30 Days of Buffy the Vampire Slayer | Day 26: Two Characters Who Got Together That You Wish Didn’t

Besides Willow/Kennedy, I don’t really have a problem with any of the major relationships on this show. So I guess I’ll go with a really obvious answer: Buffy/Parker. The entire point of this relationship was to show that even someone as strong as Buffy could get manipulated by a total douchebag. To that end, it was successful. But yeah, Parker was a complete tool. This fling eventually led Buffy to Riley’s clean-cut arms, and while I didn’t mind Riley (even kinda liked the guy), he was definitely the least interesting of Buffy’s three significant romantic partners.

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