Angel of Sunnydale, Calif. Edward Cullen of Forks, Wash. Both pale vampires -- can you tell them apart? Are you sure?
Angel's right. Sadly, Buffy doesn't get to live happily ever after. If only she were more like Bella … but then she'd be nothing like the Slayer.
Couldn't this have followed on the heels of that last quote? It doesn't, though -- this one's Edward's.
Sounds a little like a description of the Slayer, but Forks doesn't have one of those. It only has occasional visits from the Volturi.
While that could almost be Edward talking about Bella's friend-turned-werewolf Jacob, it's really Angel talking about Buffy's friend-turned-corpse-turned-vampire Ford.
Trick question! While you could argue that vampire-with-a-soul Angel was behind this quote, it was really vampire-without-a-soul Angelus, a whole lot meaner after one night with Buffy.
Edward said this one. Angel isn't the only vamp who started acting like a jerk after finally getting physical with the love of his life.
Remember when Angel moves off to L.A. and makes a clean break with Buffy? Well, this isn't that. It's Edward talking to Bella before their wedding.
Looks like that clean break wasn't quite clean enough for Angel.
This isn't Angel talking about the product of one of Cordelia's alarmingly rapid, supernatural pregnancies, and it isn't Edward talking about the product of Bella's alarmingly rapid, supernatural pregnancy. No, it's Xena talking about the product of Gabrielle's alarmingly rapid, supernatural pregnancy.
Aww, how sweet, Angel. Too bad the chances of a human-vampire couple making it after high school are slim to none. Unless you're Edward and Bella.