A total of 18 actors played the same character in both Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) and Angel (1999): Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy Summers), David Boreanaz (Angel), Alyson Hannigan (Willow Rosenberg), Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia Chase), James Marsters (Spike), Alexis Denisof (Wesley Wyndham-Pryce), Seth Green (Oz), Eliza Dushku (Faith Lehane), Julie Benz (Darla), Juliet Landau (Drusilla), Mercedes McNab (Harmony Kendall), Mark Metcalf (The Master), Julia Lee (Anne Steele), Zitto Kazann (Kalderash Elder), Alastair Duncan (Collins), Jeff Ricketts (Weatherby), Kevin Owers (Smith) and Tom Lenk (Andrew Wells). All of the relevant characters appeared in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) before appearing in Angel (1999). As such, no character created for Angel (1999) ever appeared in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997).
Will, let's be realistic here. OK, your basic spells are usually only about 50/50.
Willow Rosenberg: Oh, yeah? Well, so's your face!
When a vampire is staked and the weapon left in, it changes whether the weapon dusts when they do or not.
The sequence with the Mutant Enemy mascot, the little monster that goes "Grr Argh" at the end of all episodes, was changed for a total of six episodes: in "Becoming Part Two" (#2.22) it said, 'Oh, I need a hug." in "Amends" (#3.10) it wore a Santa hat and bells were jingling. in "Graduation Day Part Two" (#3.22) it wore a graduation cap. in "Once More With Feeling" (#6.07) it sang its "Grr Argh." in "Storyteller" (#7.16) it sang, "We are as gods." in "Chosen" (#7.22) it looked out at the viewers instead of looking straight-forward.
Since being shown on BBC2 in the UK, this show has had two time slots, one for an edited version with hardly any excessive violance and bad language, and one late at night, uncut.