Jun. 29th, 2010

ashleyfanfic: (pacey and joey)
So, I have several favorite male characters ranging from Spike from Buffy/Angel to Kelso from That 70's Show. By my all time favorite, number one character is Pacey Witter from Dawson's Creek. Josh Jackson pulled off lovable sidekick better than anyone. However, in DC, Pacey got the girl. He was a romantic, goofy, adorable, sometimes an ass, but he was always one of a kind. Pacey was the only character, ever, that made me swoon. And I mean, hardcore SWOON! I loved him. He was, is, and always will be the heart of Dawson's Creek.

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ashleyfanfic: (buffy/spike)
Day 15 - Favorite female character

This one was really hard for me. I was torn between three characters: Buffy Summers, Joey Potter, and Jackie Burkhart. But in the end, Buffy won.

Buffy is one of those characters that will go down in history as being memorable and sets herself apart. Buffy was the chosen one, yes, but at the same time she was also a teenager who was experiencing the same sort of self doubts that regular teens with through. She was spunky, funny, loyal, and devoted. Her task, at times, weighed heavily on her, but she persevered. At times, what she was faced with was insurmountable, but she made it through, often times by sheer dumb luck.

But despite being a hero, she was also a girl/woman. She experienced the heartbreak of losing your first love, the uncertainty that goes with it. She felt pressure to fit in. Her friends were her world. And despite her troubled life of being the slayer, she never lost her sense of humor or, even when struggling with coming back from heaven, she never lost her sense of self. Yes, she was ashamed that she liked being with Spike and the naughty things he did to her, but a lot of women experience those feelings. And despite all she went through, she was always Buffy: daughter, sister, friend, savior, slayer.

"It's do or die, hey I've died twice."

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