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You just can’t stand the fact that I’m my own person now. There comes a time in a woman’s life when she realizes she has to take that next step. I’ve taken it. I’ve found the real me, and I like her.
―Harmony Kendall[src]

Harmony Kendall was a former Sunnydale High student turned vampire, and later Angel’s secretary at Wolfram & Hart. Being one of the few people to escape before the fall of Los Angeles, Harmony became an international celebrity after publicly revealing the existence of vampires around the world.

Biography

Sunnydale High

Harmony attended Sunnydale High School, where she was a member of Cordelia Chase’s popular clique, the “Cordettes”. Harmony was particularly disdainful and cruel with Willow Rosenberg and Xander Harris who consider her just like a nuisance. Harmony often accompanied Cordelia Chase who formulated a disparaging opinion of Buffy after Cordelia blackened her possible popularity after a misunderstanding at The Bronze nightclub, which Harmony was a witness to.[2]

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Harmony at Sunnydale High.

Harmony, along with Cordelia and the rest of the Cordettes, caused fellow Sunnydale High student Marcie Ross to become invisible by their negligence of her: it caused Marcie herself to believe she was invisible, and that state of mind, along with the ever-growing mystical energy emanated from the Hellmouth, made her become actually invisible. Marcie then attempted to kill Harmony as part of plot of vengeance against Cordelia. Whilst Harmony was conversing with Cordelia at the school quad, Marcie pushed Harmony down the stairs in hopes of causing her to break her neck from the fall; however, Harmony only sprained her ankle as a result.[3]

When Cordelia began dating Xander Harris, Harmony shunned her from their clique and usurped her position as leader of the group. Ironically, she was also momentarily “in love” with Xander, like all other women of the city excepted Cordelia, because of a spell provoked by Amy Madison.[4] After Cordelia and Xander’s breakup, Harmony tricked Cordelia into thinking that she has been re-admitted into the clique, only to humiliate and reject her. She tried also to became friend with the new student, Anya Jenkins. However, this last was bored by her superficiality. After Anya revealed to be a vengeance demon, and granted Cordelia’s wish that Buffy Summers had never arrived in Sunnydale, the alternate reality had a Harmony version more subdued, but still part of Cordelia’s “Cordettes”.[5]

Vampire

Harmony’s a vampire? She must be dying without a reflection.
―Buffy Summers[src]
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Harmony as a vampire.

In the Graduation Day Battle against mayor Richard Wilkins during his Ascension, Harmony was sired by one of Wilkins’ vampire minions.[6] She rose as a vampire, having retained her characteristic pettiness, susceptibility to stronger-willed people, and an affection for unicorn figurines. Harmony began a sexual relationship with Spike, whom she called her “blondie bear”. Neither Spike nor Harmony were satisfied with their relationship; Spike was frustrated by Harmony’s ignorance and clinginess, while she was exasperated with his endless broken promises and repeated attempts to kill Buffy.[7] They separated, although she agreed to rekindle their relationship after Spike escaped from the Initiative. Harmony quickly regretted this decision after recognizing Spike’s renewed campaign against the Slayer, and even chased him out of her lair with a stake when he desperately sought her help.[8] Harmony thought of herself as a major villain and was angered when people don’t take her seriously, especially since the Scooby Gang saw her as more of a nuisance than a real threat.

After separating from Spike, Harmony wanted to be an independent, strong vampire who could get by on her own; accordingly, she gathered her own gang and made her own attempt to kill Buffy in kidnapping her sister Dawn. The plan ended in an embarrassing defeat, especially when both Buffy and Xander considered the very thought of Harmony having minions to be amusing. However, her insistence on taking their time rather than attacking them directly and even letting them feed became too much for their minions, who eventually turned against her when she refused to let them feed on Buffy’s sister, who they kept hostage until the Slayer’s arrival.[9]

Her minions slayed, Harmony returned to Spike for protection, and even agreeing to aid him in his attempt to remove his chip by kidnapping a doctor.[10] Spike then realized he was in love with Buffy and even used Harmony to live out his fantasies with her, while making Harmony think he was merely appreciating her.[11] Harmony was then swiftly thrown out when Spike reunited with Drusilla, a notion Harmony strongly protested. When Spike had both Buffy and Drusilla chained up, before making his declaration of love in front for the Slayer, Harmony intervened and tried to kill Spike with a crossbow as a form of liberation. Failing in that, Harmony left Sunnydale.[11]

Los Angeles

Thought this was a good time to finally check out the L.A. nightlife.
―Harmony[src]
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Cordelia and Harmony in Los Angeles.

Having departed Sunnydale, Harmony visited her old friend Cordelia in Los Angeles, without telling her that she had become a vampire. Harmony tried to connect with Cordelia, but had difficulty controlling her demon side. She entered Cordelia’s bedroom at night, driven by blood lust, but apologized for her actions and intentions when Cordelia woke up. Cordelia misunderstood her explanation, believing her to be a lesbian until the matter was cleared up by Willow Rosenberg via a phone call. Cordelia insisted on giving Harmony a chance, despite the rest of the team growing increasingly frustrated with such habits as her popping gum or tearing pages out of books, and her references to her continued thirst for human blood did little to endear her to Angel either. She accompanied the Angel Investigations team on a mission to investigate a new vampire cult — Wesley Wyndam-Pryce reasoning that she would be more likely to infiltrate the cult as some vampires could sense Angel’s soul —, but soon betrayed them to their enemies. Cordelia nearly killed Harmony after the team managed to escape, but, out of some respect for the friendship they once shared, allowed her to leave.[12]

Wolfram & Hart

Several years later, Harmony tried to make a life for herself in Los Angeles. She gained employment at the Wolfram & Hart Los Angeles branch, as a member of the secretarial pool. Harmony joined in part due to the building’s windows being outfitted with necro-tempered glass (which prevented vampires from being killed by sunlight), as well as the firm’s non-judgmental workplace culture and dental plan.

A few weeks into her employment with the firm, Wesley picked her out of the secretarial pool to be Angel’s new personal assistant, after Angel and his staff were given control of that branch of Wolfram & Hart. Wesley apparently thought that a familiar face would be good for Angel. Angel reluctantly agreed, on the strict condition that Harmony refrained from drinking human blood. She noted at the time that she had already been off human blood for several months.[13]

Harmony was reunited with Spike when he returned, first as a ghost and then in corporeal form. She tried to connect with him, and initially hoped to renew their relationship since he had a soul. Spike showed no interest for Harmony until he regained his corporeal form and proceeded to seduce her into a brief, disastrous fling, after which neither of them put any effort into rekindling their tumultuous relationship.[14]

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Harmony at Wolfram & Hart.

Harmony then felt isolated and alone. She knew that she was incompetent as an evil vampire, but her struggle to lead a more normal life was hindered because she lacked a soul. Angel often treated her with distrust and barely-masked hostility, and her input, ideas, and presence were generally ignored by his team. Harmony also experienced an inability to connect with her co-workers, who resented her quick rise to the position of the CEO’s secretary. She was framed for murder by Tamika, another vampire secretary who wanted her job, by substituting her otter blood for human blood to make it appear as though Harmony drank from the victim. She cleared her name and ironically saved a demon summit by staking her scheming rival on a conference table with a pair of chopsticks.[15]

Despite her incompetence, Harmony managed to prove a “sort of” asset to the team, “torturing” Eve to get information, although the “torture” just consisted of her hitting Eve in the face a few times. She argued that she was willing to do it given her “evil” status, helping Wesley search for information about Knox’s plans, even consoling him after Fred’s death by pointing out that the girl of his dreams loving him back was more than most people got. She also aided Lorne in protecting Eve from Marcus Hamilton, her replacement as their liaison to the Senior Partners. She started a brief friendship with Fred Burkle and like most of Fred’s friends had a very frosty relationship with Illyria, the demon who later seized control of Fred’s body.

Harmony ultimately betrayed Angel, revealing his plans to go after Archduke Sebassis to Marcus, with whom she had a sexual relationship. Angel, however, always expected her to betray him at some point, so he had only confided information that he wanted her to reveal. After her betrayal, which Angel blamed on her lack of a soul and she blamed on his lack of confidence in her, he fired her, but not before providing her with a letter of recommendation (which he had already written and signed, in anticipation of her disloyalty). As Angel and Hamilton prepared to fight each other, she ran off with the letter, wishing them both luck: “May the best man win!”

Harmony later read Angel’s letter of recommendation and was inspired by it to keep pursuing her own self-worth.[16]

Celebrity Life

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Harmony Kendall, celebrity.

Harmony caused vampires to be exposed to the world at large when she bit comedian Andy Dick in an alley and was photographed in vampire face by a paparazzo. Afterward, she became the star of a reality show Harmony Bites. She also caused a major public perception problem to Slayers after one of them, a new, lone Slayer called Soledad tried to dust Harmony during a party. Harmony killed the Slayer, but used the media attention to drive the public against Slayers and becoming a spokeswoman of sorts for vampire rights. She appeared on Anderson Cooper 360º later on and declared Slayers a threat to society. Keith Olbermann was later mentioned to have given Harmony his support.

Harmony began a new pro-vampire, anti-Slayer world order which is plaguing the Slayer Organization. In a later appearance on The Colbert Report, Harmony seemed to give away her motive, bringing about the end of magic, seemingly in line with Twilight’s master plan. Although Harmony’s reality show was cancelled, the vampire fad continued. Harmony later became a contestant on Dancing with the Stars, though she eventually lost.

In time, Harmony became known as a major advocate of Reform Vampirism, which entailed only sucking blood with consent and never enough to kill anyone, and never siring new vampires. Sometime later, Harmony moved to Kensington in London and became a judge on Britain’s Got Talent. Harmony was later blackmailed with a video of her siring a lover, and Harmony — fearing that the exposure would lead vampires to abandon the Reform Vampirism cause — turned to Angel and Faith Lehane for help. In exchange for his help, Harmony offered to help improve Angel’s image, seeing as, thanks to his actions during the Twilight crisis, he was even more loathed and feared than Buffy.[17]

She owned several dogs, including Queen Puffles.

When Spike briefly relocated in London to aid Angel and Faith, Harmony saw him again and had a casual fling with him once more, Angel arranging the meeting to help Spike get over Buffy.[18]

After the return of magic, Harmony visited Buffy to strike up a deal regarding how what new rules they should set for the new vampires. Harmony proposed that they shouldn't allow them to use their shapeshifting powers during the day. She then stole the Slayer Handbook by distracting Spike. Harmony intended on using it to make herself the most beloved person on Earth, but Clem argued that deserved to be loved for herself rather than making people love her. However, he did use to the handbook to make unicorns exist, much to Harmony’s joy.[19]

During the Supernatural Crisis Act, Harmony went on an international tour and stayed out of the United States, becoming expatriate.[20] She was last seem in Paris with Clem.[21]

Relationships

Friendship

Romantic

  • Alexander Harris — Like all the Cordettes, Harmony tended to demonstrate arrogant and derisive behavior with Xander. After Amy Madison performed a magic spell to make Cordelia fall madly in love with Xander just so he could break up with her and hurt her because she rejected him under Harmony’s ultimatum, it backfired and made every woman (Harmony included) in Sunnydale except Cordelia fell in love with him; as a result, Cordelia was nearly killed by Harmony and the others Cordettes who were resolved to kill her for reject Xander. After that the spell was cancelled, Harmony maintained her arrogance towards Xander.[4]
  • Cody Weinberg — He was a popular student, with a 350 SL. A night, he called Harmony at her home thinking of taking her to the pledge dance party. However, there’s just two other girls he’s gonna ask first and if they refuse, Harmony was invited. It’s unknown if it was the case.[4]
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Spike and Harmony.

  • Spike — After becoming a vampire, Harmony began a relationship with fellow vampire Spike. However, he saw her as nothing more than a sexual play toy and a nuisance, rather than a true girlfriend like he had acted with Drusilla or later Buffy. While looking for the Gem of Amara, Harmony became so frustrating to the extent that Spike staked her, thinking it would kill her, but when he did so he was unaware Harmony was actually wearing The Gem of Amara so the stake didn’t kill her.[7] They broke up when Spike is captured by the Initiative, only for it to reignite again when he returned to her. Harmony was initially angry and weakly resistant to his charms, but gave in and slept with him once more. She became angry with his obsessive desire to kill Buffy instead be with her and in a fit of frustration, took some of Spike’s stuff outside and burned them, including his Sex Pistols albums.[22] Starving from a lack of blood due, Spike returned to Harmony once more. Angry, Harmony immediately told him to get out and that they were over. As usual, Spike attempted to seduce her again and nearly succeeded only for her to resume her resistance. She pulled out a stake and called him “mean”, preparing to kill him like he had nearly killed her. Unsurprisingly, a weakened Spike left.[8] Their relationship ended when Spike dumped her to reunite with Drusilla, however he didn’t have as strong feelings for Drusilla or Harmony as he did for the Slayer, Buffy Summers. It was always known Harmony had a strong hatred for Drusilla by referring to her as "Morticia" and "Dorkus". After this occurrence Spike and Harmony break up for good.[11] The two are reunited at Wolfram & Hart where they have a brief but disastrous sexual fling. Later on, they are able to have a civil, humorously heart-to-heart conversation in which Spike alleviates some of Harmony’s insecurities.[15] A year and a half later, when Buffy mockingly calls him “Blondie Bear”, Spike tells her to not call him that, as it reminded him of Harmony, who according to him, completely ruined Dancing with the Stars and was a “moron”.[23] However, Angel later arranged for the two to have a casual hook up in London when Spike is depressed over Buffy.[18] A year after, Buffy reunited and, in love with Spike, was almost jealous of their affair when exploring Spike’s memory.[24] Harmony had demonstrated to support their relation in her manner, wishing that Buffy, Angel, and Spike would be reunited in a polyamorous relationship.[19] Later, she and her associate Vicki plotted to break their relation by trying to discourage them.[25]
  • Brad Konig — Before being sired by Harmony, Brad Konig had been one of the popular students in Sunnydale High, as well as a member of the Sunnydale Razorbacks. He was known for beating weaker students in gym class and had also stood up Harmony in tenth grade. As a vampire, Brad constantly tried to please Harmony by getting her unicorns, for which fellow minion “Peaches” referred to him as “sire-whipped”. However, when the gang decided to turn against their leader, while not actively voting in favor, he did not obey Harmony when she ordered him, Peaches, and Cyrus to kill Mort. However, they were all dusted by the Slayer.[9]
  • Tobias Dupree — In personal crisis, Harmony spend a night with this demon rights activists. Toby was murdered by the vampire Tamika in an attempt to frame Harmony and procure her position at Wolfram & Hart.[15]

Antagonistic

  • Buffy Summers — Harmony, being part of Cordelia’s clique, had a natural disdain for Buffy.[2] Upon turning into a vampire after Graduation, Harmony attempts to be more independent after leaving Spike and tried to be Buffy’s arch-nemesis. Buffy viewed Harmony as a nuisance, even bursting out laughing when finding out Harmony had minions and wanted to kill her. However, she became much more serious when Harmony kidnapped Dawn, but was quickly thwarted by Buffy, taunting her by saying she being bad as a head cheerleader, being really bad at homecoming queen, but completely sucking by trying to be evil.[9] Harmony also hated Buffy for being the object of Spike’s obsession/affections, shown to be very disgusted when hearing about him being involved with Buffy.[26] However, Harmony had actually developed a certain respect for her rival. In her attempt to change the magic rules, one of her wishes was to convert the Slayer into a three-way partnership with Angel and Spike.[19] After discovering about the brief sexual encounter in London between Harmony and Spike, Buffy was somewhat disgusted and jealous, although this fact was before their reconciliation.[27]

Personality and Traits

Cordelia: “You know what you are, Harmony? You’re a sheep.
Harmony: “I’m not a sheep.
Cordelia: “You’re a sheep. All you ever do is what everyone else does, so you can say you did it first.
— Cordelia and Harmony[src]

Beyond her shallow yet perky personality, Harmony’s defining characteristic, from her high school years up to her employment at Wolfram & Hart, was that she always tried to associate herself with what she perceived to be the most powerful and/or popular (Cordelia, Spike, Angel Investigations, Doug Sanders, Wolfram & Hart) in order to ensure her own social status and, later on, survival. She also believed herself to be a great villain (similar to Andrew Wells), and constantly irritated when the Scoobies did not take her seriously, especially when both Buffy and Xander are greatly amused by the very thought of her having minions.

Another one of Harmony’s strengths, related to her lust for power, was her knack for survival. She was never perceived as a major threat, just little more of a nuisance than anything else. Harmony also struggles to be a villain or “good” being a soulless vampire, but eventually gave up on both of these.

Harmony had an affinity with unicorns. While living with Spike in his underground liar, she hung up posters of unicorns along with many other unicorn paraphernalia.[8] When she led her own gang, one of her minions, former boyfriend Brad Konig, took the liberty of bringing her a 10-inch ceramic unicorn figure imported from Thailand priced at $12.95. She also possessed a wooden carousel unicorn which Buffy used to kill another minion of Harmony’s.[9] While working at Wolfram & Hart, Harmony decorated her desk with unicorns as well as having unicorn stickers on her blood thermos.[15] To please her, Clem made these creatures real, a joyful surprise to her.[19] After this, she rode an unicorn for her arrival at VampCon.[25]

Harmony was also responsible for the uneasy truce between vampires and slayers, making a list of rules for vampires to follow that reduced casualties on both sides. The rules include that vampires could only feed on the willing and without killing them or siring. Harmony also came up with the idea of reducing the new breed of vampires’ powers in daylight; demonstrating a decent level of competency on her part.

Powers and Abilities

I’ve done a lot of reading, and, and I’m in control of my own power now.
―Harmony[src]
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Using her vampire strength to locate a shoe.

Harmony had the standard powers and vulnerabilities of a vampire due to her relative youth she was far weaker than older vampires such as Angel and Spike. She was immortal, had accelerated healing, drained human blood to survive, and possessed superhuman physical attributes. Like all vampires, she was vulnerable to holy items and sunlight, could be killed by decapitation or a stake to the heart, and could not enter the home of a living human without being invited by someone who lived there first.

Unlike most vampires that seemed to possess natural defensive abilities, Harmony had poor fighting skills during her first year as a vampire, equally matching up against the human Xander in a fight.[22] Over time after her first break-up with Spike, Harmony eventually began honing her potential, holding her own in fights against Riley,[10] Spike,[11] and fellow Wolfram & Hart employee Tamika which was probably her best display of combat, displaying accurately timed strikes, blocks and flips.[15] Additionally, she also killed an inexperienced Slayer, Soledad, and dusted another vampire, Justin, by striking them with the very stake they attempted to use on her.[28][29]

For several minutes, Harmony wore the Gem of Amara, a mystical ring that made vampires invulnerable. Thanks to it she was able to survive being staked by Spike.

Gallery

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Behind the Scenes

  • She was portrayed by Mercedes McNab.
  • Mercedes McNab auditioned for the role of Buffy. She joins Elizabeth Anne Allen (Amy), Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia), Julia Lee (Anne) and Julie Benz (Darla) as an actress who was given another role in the series.
  • Main or recurring, Mercedes McNab was the only young cast member to be an actual teenager by the start of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She was sixteen years old when filming started in 1996.
  • Harmony Kendall first appeared in the unaired Buffy pilot as a member of the "Cordettes".
  • Harmony holds the record for the longest a character has been in the televised Buffyverse, being the only character to appear in both the Buffy unaired pilot and the Angel series finale. Counting only aired episodes, she is second to Angel as the longest-serving character (Angel first appears in the first Buffy episode and she in the second, both appear in the Angel finale).
  • She also holds the record for longest “wait” to become series regular, what with her only finally becoming a regular right towards the end of the final season of Angel. She is also the only character to go from being a co-star (credited only at the end of an episode), through to guest-star and then ultimately star.
  • Harmony has appeared more often as a vampire than as a human.
  • She is one of the four characters, with Buffy, Darla, and Angel, to have two episodes named after her, "Disharmony" and "Harm's Way". This trend has continued in the comics with Harmonic Divergence, Harmony Bites, Harmony Comes to the Nation, In Perfect Harmony, and Day Off (or Harmony in My Head).
  • Along with Angel, Cordelia and Darla, she is one of only four characters to appear in both the first season of Buffy and the final season of Angel.
  • Becoming a celebrity, she is also a vampiric parody to reality show stars famous for their leaked sex tapes, namely Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian.

Appearances

Buffy the Vampire Slayer


Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 1
"Welcome
to the
Hellmouth
"
Absent
"The
Harvest
"

Appears
"Witch"


Absent
"Teacher's
Pet
"

Absent
"Never Kill a
Boy on the
First Date
"
Absent
"The
Pack
"

Absent
"Angel"


Absent
"I Robot,
You Jane
"

Absent
"The
Puppet
Show
"
Absent
"Nightmares"


Absent
"Out of
Mind, Out
of Sight
"
Appears
"Prophecy
Girl
"

Absent


Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 2
"When She
Was Bad
"

Absent
"Some
Assembly
Required
"
Absent
"School
Hard
"

Absent
"Inca
Mummy
Girl
"
Absent
"Reptile
Boy
"

Absent
"Halloween"


Absent
"Lie
to Me
"

Absent
"The Dark
Age
"

Absent
"What's
My Line,
Part One
"
Absent
"What's
My Line,
Part Two
"
Absent
"Ted"


Absent
"Bad Eggs"


Absent
"Surprise"


Appears
"Innocence"


Absent
"Phases"


Absent
"Bewitched,
Bothered
and Bewildered
"
Appears
"Passion"


Absent
"Killed
by Death
"

Absent
"I Only
Have Eyes
for You
"
Absent
"Go Fish"


Absent
"Becoming,
Part One
"

Absent
"Becoming,
Part Two
"

Absent


Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 3
"Anne"


Absent
"Dead
Man's
Party
"
Absent
"Faith,
Hope
& Trick
"
Absent
"Beauty
and the
Beasts
"
Absent
"Homecoming"


Absent
"Band
Candy
"

Absent
"Revelations"


Absent
"Lovers
Walk
"

Absent
"The
Wish
"

Appears
"Amends"


Absent
"Gingerbread"


Absent
"Helpless"


Absent
"The
Zeppo
"

Absent
"Bad
Girls
"

Absent
"Consequences"


Absent
"Doppelgangland"


Absent
"Enemies"


Absent
"Earshot"


Absent
"Choices"


Absent
"The
Prom
"

Absent
"Graduation
Day,
Part One
"
Appears
"Graduation
Day,
Part Two
"
Appears



Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 4
"The
Freshman
"

Absent
"Living
Conditions
"

Absent
"The Harsh
Light
of Day
"
Appears
"Fear,
Itself
"

Absent
"Beer
Bad
"

Absent
"Wild
at
Heart
"
Absent
"The
Initiative
"

Appears
"Pangs"


Appears
"Something
Blue
"

Absent
"Hush"


Absent
"Doomed"


Absent
"A New
Man
"

Absent
"The I
in Team
"

Absent
"Goodbye
Iowa
"

Absent
"This
Year's
Girl
"
Absent
"Who
Are
You
"
Absent
"Superstar"


Absent
"Where
the Wild
Things Are
"
Absent
"New
Moon
Rising
"
Absent
"The
Yoko
Factor
"
Absent
"Primeval"


Absent
"Restless"


Appears



Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 5
"Buffy
vs.
Dracula
"
Absent
"Real
Me
"

Appears
"The
Replacement
"

Absent
"Out of
My Mind
"

Appears
"No Place
Like Home
"

Absent
"Family"


Appears
"Fool
for
Love
"
Appears
"Shadow"


Absent
"Listening
to Fear
"

Absent
"Into
the
Woods
"
Absent
"Triangle"


Absent
"Checkpoint"


Absent
"Blood
Ties
"

Absent
"Crush"


Appears
"I Was
Made to
Love You
"
Absent
"The
Body
"

Absent
"Forever"


Absent
"Intervention"


Absent
"Tough
Love
"

Absent
"Spiral"


Absent
"The Weight
of the
World
"
Absent
"The
Gift
"

Absent


Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6
"Bargaining,
Part One
"

Absent
"Bargaining,
Part Two
"

Absent
"After
Life
"

Absent
"Flooded"


Absent
"Life
Serial
"

Absent
"All
the
Way
"
Absent
"Once
More, with
Feeling
"
Absent
"Tabula
Rasa
"

Absent
"Smashed"


Absent
"Wrecked"


Absent
"Gone"


Mentioned
"Doublemeat
Palace
"

Absent
"Dead
Things
"

Absent
"Older
and Far
Away
"
Absent
"As
You
Were
"
Absent
"Hell's
Bells
"

Absent
"Normal
Again
"

Absent
"Entropy"


Absent
"Seeing
Red
"

Absent
"Villains"


Absent
"Two
to
Go
"
Absent
"Grave"


Absent


Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 7
"Lessons"


Absent
"Beneath
You
"

Absent
"Same Time,
Same Place
"

Absent
"Help"


Absent
"Selfless"


Absent
"Him"


Archive
"Conversations
with Dead
People
"
Absent
"Sleeper"


Absent
"Never
Leave
Me
"
Absent
"Bring
on the
Night
"
Absent
"Showtime"


Absent
"Potential"


Absent
"The
Killer
in Me
"
Absent
"First
Date
"

Absent
"Get It
Done
"

Absent
"Storyteller"


Absent
"Lies My
Parents
Told Me
"
Absent
"Dirty
Girls
"

Absent
"Empty
Places
"

Absent
"Touched"


Absent
"End of
Days
"

Absent
"Chosen"


Absent


Angel

Angel: Season 2
"Judgment"


Absent
"Are You
Now or Have
You Ever Been
"
Absent
"First
Impressions
"

Absent
"Untouched"


Absent
"Dear
Boy
"

Absent
"Guise
Will Be
Guise
"
Absent
"Darla"


Absent
"The
Shroud
of Rahmon
"
Absent
"The
Trial
"

Absent
"Reunion"


Absent
"Redefinition"


Absent
"Blood Money"


Absent
"Happy
Anniversary
"

Absent
"The Thin
Dead
Line
"
Absent
"Reprise"


Absent
"Epiphany"


Absent
"Disharmony"


Appears
"Dead
End
"

Absent
"Belonging"


Absent
"Over the
Rainbow
"

Absent
"Through
the Looking
Glass
"
Absent
"There's No
Place Like
Plrtz Glrb
"
Absent


Angel: Season 5
"Conviction"


Appears
"Just
Rewards
"

Appears
"Unleashed"


Absent
"Hell
Bound
"

Absent
"Life
of the
Party
"
Appears
"The Cautionary
Tale of
Numero Cinco
"
Mentioned
"Lineage"


Absent
"Destiny"


Appears
"Harm's
Way
"

Appears
"Soul
Purpose
"

Appears
"Damage"


Appears
"You're
Welcome
"

Appears
"Why We
Fight
"

Absent
"Smile
Time
"

Appears
"A Hole
in the
World
"
Mentioned
"Shells"


Appears
"Underneath"


Appears
"Origin"


Appears
"Time
Bomb
"

Appears
"The Girl
in
Question
"
Appears
"Power
Play
"

Appears
"Not
Fade
Away
"
Appears


Comics

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic
Angel (IDW series)
Season Eight
Angel & Faith
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Ten
Angel & Faith Season Ten
Buffy: The High School Years
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eleven
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Twelve"

Other

Buffy the Vampire Slayer novels

References

  1. Future Shock
  2. 2.0 2.1 "The Harvest"
  3. "Out of Mind, Out of Sight"
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered"
  5. "The Wish"
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Graduation Day, Part Two"
  7. 7.0 7.1 "The Harsh Light of Day"
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 "Pangs"
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 "Real Me"
  10. 10.0 10.1 "Out of My Mind"
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 "Crush"
  12. "Disharmony"
  13. "Conviction"
  14. "Destiny"
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 "Harm's Way"
  16. 16.0 16.1 "Not Fade Away"
  17. "In Perfect Harmony"
  18. 18.0 18.1 Spike and Faith
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 Day Off (or Harmony in My Head)
  20. A House Divided
  21. One Girl in All the World
  22. 22.0 22.1 "The Initiative (episode)"
  23. Last Gleaming
  24. Relationship Status: Complicated, Part One
  25. 25.0 25.1 In Pieces on the Ground, Part One
  26. "Just Rewards"
  27. Relationship Status: Complicated, Part One
  28. Harmonic Divergence
  29. Harmony Bites