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The Chosen Ones. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Buffy Summers Nicholas Brendon Xander Harris Alyson Hannigan Willow Rosenberg Emma Caulfield Ford Anya as Emma Caulfield Michelle Trachtenberg Dawn Summers James Marsters Spike credit only Anthony Head Kriegel Amber Benson Tara Maclay Kristine Sutherland Joyce Summers Kevin Cristaldi First Paramedic Stefan Umstead Second Paramedic Loanne Bishop Evan Bonifant Kevin Kelli Garner Edit Storyline Buffy sees Joyce lying on the couch, calls and unsuccessfully follows emergency procedures.

Edit Did You Know? Trivia Both Sarah Michelle Gellar and Michelle Trachtenberg were raised by single women, and Gellar later spoke about the experience of acting something that was very real and close to her, stating, "you try to separate it as best you can and at the same time it adds that extra layer".

Goofs The drawing on Dawn's easel after she learns of Joyce's death is not the same one she had earlier.

The original drawing had large black areas and the new one shows those areas much lighter. Quotes [ first lines ] [ Buffy enters her house, sees a bouquet of flowers and a note for her mom ] Buffy Summers : Hey, flower-gettin' lady, want me to pick Dawn up from school?

What are you doing? Crazy Credits Instead of the regular opening credits, a flashback scene was created that consisted of the whole cast having Christmas dinner at the Summers' house.

It was created so as not to have written credits appearing over the dramatic opening scenes. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.

Add the first question. Language: English. Filming Locations: Stewart St. Runtime: 60 min. Sound Mix: Dolby. Buffy then calls Giles, asking him to come to her home, only telling him that "she's at the house.

The paramedics soon arrive and begin to try and resuscitate Joyce, while asking Buffy details about what happened.

Suddenly, Joyce coughs into life much to everyone's relief. As the ambulance drives her to the hospital, the paramedics refer to it as a "wonderful miracle" and Joyce later thanks Buffy for finding her in time….

But this is all Buffy's imagination. The paramedics continue to try and resuscitate Joyce, but get no response. One of the men notes that Joyce is cold.

Buffy watches as her mother is then officially pronounced dead. One of the paramedics explains that Joyce may have died from a complication relating to her recent brain tumor, and will be calling the coroner to come and collect the body.

They then get a call to another address and have to leave, and Buffy wishes them luck. She then walks into the kitchen and vomits.

Suddenly Giles arrives thinking Glory has attacked, but he sees Joyce and starts resuscitation attempts. Buffy calls to him that they're not supposed to move the body, then realizes in shock what she's said.

Giles rushes to hug her. The coroner eventually arrives and places Joyce's body in a body bag. At Sunnydale Junior High , Dawn is sobbing in the girls' bathroom.

A student named Kevin Berman had called her a freak, an outcome of Kirstie spreading rumors that Dawn had been cutting herself.

Her friend, Lisa , consoles her, and they leave the bathroom. As they head for art class, Dawn and Kirstie greet each other in the hallway.

In class, Dawn takes a seat next to Kevin and the two begin to talk, as her art teacher instructs them to draw the negative space around a statue.

As it turns out, Kevin is actually interested in Dawn and the two begin a conversation about their mutual disdain for Kirstie. Outside the classroom, Buffy arrives and talks to the teacher.

She enters the classroom and Dawn doesn't understand what's happening, but Buffy explains that they need to go. Outside the classroom, Dawn wants to know what's happened, since Joyce was supposed to pick her up.

Buffy attempts to take her sister somewhere private, but Dawn refuses and gets more upset. She demands to know where Joyce is, so Buffy is forced to tell her there and then.

The others in the art class are unable to listen, watching the two through the window. As Buffy talks to her, Dawn collapses to the floor in tears.

Willow starts to break down as she can't find a certain blue shirt that Joyce once liked, and feels that the others are either too somber or too childlike to wear in the hospital.

Tara attempts to keep Willow calm, and reminds her that she has to be there for Buffy and Dawn. Thinking of Dawn causes Willow to start crying again.

Tara eventually manages to help Willow stop the tears, kissing her and telling her she has to remain strong. Presenting the episode without music was Whedon's way of denying the audience any comfort, forcing them to discern their own meanings from the characters' actions and words.

Music would provide a conceptualization and a catharsis There were no soaring strings or plaintive piano to trigger an emotional response. Instead the soundtrack took in the ambient noises of wind chimes, doors squeaking, footsteps on carpets.

Conversations were stilted and awkward, but the spaces in between always mattered. Ian Shuttleworth , [30]. Critics praised the episode, and have continued to count it as one of the finest episodes of television ever broadcast.

It also will haunt you—but not in the normal way associated with this still-evolving, still-achieving series. This isn't just one of the best Buffy episodes of all time.

It's one of the best episodes of TV of all time. A 'fantasy' show delivers the most stark and realistic take on death I've ever seen, deftly depicting how a loved one who dies suddenly becomes 'the body'.

Gareth McLean in The Guardian rejects the notion that Buffy is similar to other "schmaltzy American teen show s " like Dawson's Creek : "This episode was a brave, honest and wrenching portrayal of death and loss.

The way this was handled by Joss Whedon Time slowed down and the feeling of numbness was palpable as Buffy and her gang tried to come to terms with Joyce's death.

He concludes, "Joyce may be dead but long live Buffy the Vampire Slayer. At Salon. You have to hand it to the writers; Joyce's demise came as a complete surprise.

In that instant, Buffy's childhood officially ends. Even if Buffy gets stiffed in every other Emmy category this year, 'The Body' should convince the nominating committee that Gellar is for real I can't remember the last time I saw a more wrenching portrayal of the shock of loss.

It is an incredibly moving episode, one that finally admits that you don't walk away from death unscathed.

It also shows that, for all the group's slaying experience, they really weren't prepared for death when it stole a loved one.

Kira Schlechter in The Patriot-News declares "The Body" "one of the finest episodes of any series ever", stating that the silence and novel cinematography are "remarkable and the writing is brilliant".

Buffy and Dawn's conversation at her school, Schlechter says, is "positively wrenching". At some point, most of us will experience a day like Buffy has in 'The Body' and we sense that the writers have gotten nearly every detail of that day—right down to the absence of a musical score—right.

Club , Noel Murray also finds small details compelling, such as the camera's focus on the paper towel Buffy uses to cover the vomit on the carpet.

He does, however, write that some of the shots "come off a little gimmicky, but the ones that work are so effective that it seems petty to complain that Whedon overdoes it at times.

Besides, different moments are likely to move different people. In addition to praising Gellar's often under-appreciated acting, Buffy scholar Ian Shuttleworth comments on the cast and the nuanced numbness and confusion of the characters, paired with the moments of silence in the episode: "It is simply one of the finest pieces of television drama, and the single finest depiction of bereavement in any medium, that I have ever seen.

The Unofficial Guide to Buffy the Vampire Slayer , calls "The Body" "an absolute masterpiece", explaining that it is "hands down the single most terrifying, heart-breaking, painful, and amazing hour of television I have ever seen".

Stafford also praised Kristine Sutherland—as did Whedon—for having to lie motionless with her eyes open for hours upon hours over eight days of filming.

Upon reviewing the episode, he called it "one of the best hours of television" he had ever seen and went on to say "I don't think any other supernatural show has ever had a more beautiful episode than The Body ".

When the episode was originally broadcast in the United States on the WB network on February 27, , it received a Nielsen rating of 3.

It was the most watched program on the WB that night, and the second most watched program that week, trailing 7th Heaven. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

My experience with death is that apart from a lot of people hugging at funerals, it seldom brings people together. It actually tears them apart.

And I had always learned from TV that death made everybody stronger and better and learn about themselves. And my experience was that an important piece had been taken out of the puzzle But I don't understand!

I don't understand how this all happens. How we go through this. I knew her, and then she's—there's just a body, and I don't understand why she just can't get back in it and not be dead It's stupid!

It's mortal and stupid! Play media. Any sneerer of Buffy in particular or genre work should simply be sat down in front of a television and told to shut up for three-quarters of an hour while they are shown "The Body"; their awestruck silence afterwards may be taken as recantation or apology.

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After tending to Xander's wounds, the group leaves the room, while Xander's car gets a ticket. The Scooby Gang meets up at the hospital, exchanging hugs and supporting words towards Buffy, Dawn, and each other.

Doctor Kriegel tells Buffy that Joyce's autopsy has revealed that she died of an aneurysm resulting from her brain surgery, and assures her that Joyce died quickly, with almost no pain, and that even if she'd been by Joyce's side there would have been little she could have done.

Buffy, however, imagines he confesses he's lying to make her feel better. Giles leaves to sign the release forms, and Dawn goes to the bathroom.

The remaining Scoobies discuss how Dawn is doing, and Buffy feels that Dawn is angry with her for being the one to break the news.

Anya tells her she wishes Joyce didn't die, and Buffy thanks her. Willow, Xander, and Anya then decide to go and buy food from the vending machines for the two sisters, leaving Buffy and Tara sitting in silence in the waiting room.

Buffy explains that everyone is trying to help, while she still can't believe it's happening. Tara then reveals that her own mother had died when she was seventeen, and shares some helpful words for Buffy on the subject.

When Buffy asks Tara if her mother's death was sudden like Joyce's, Tara tells her it wasn't and yet it was. Meanwhile, Dawn leaves the washroom and decides to head for the morgue to see Joyce's body.

Ignoring the "authorized personnel only" signs, she enters, locking the door behind her. Dawn approaches Joyce's covered body, trying to reach out to remove the sheet, but can't.

She doesn't notice a vampire rising from one of the tables behind her. He approaches, and Dawn hears him as he walks up behind her. As her friends arrive back with armfuls of food, Buffy realizes that Dawn should have returned.

Knowing where Dawn has gone, she sets out for the morgue and finds Dawn struggling with the vampire. Buffy kicks the door in and takes on the vampire, and in the scuffle the sheet covering Joyce is pulled down.

Buffy finally beheads the vampire using a bone saw, and finds Dawn staring at Joyce's body. Dawn asks if their mother is cold, but Buffy tells her that the body isn't their mother anymore.

Slowly, Dawn reaches with her fingertips toward the body's cheek. This wiki. This wiki All wikis.

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Cancel Save. Whedon informed them that the kiss between Willow and Tara was "not negotiable". Whedon countered that the kiss was "true to character" and said he would quit the show if the network forbade it.

It was the only time during the series he threatened to do so. When Willow and Tara first met in the fourth season, the writers did not intend the relationship to be romantic but the actors had such chemistry that, two episodes later, Whedon and the writing team took Alyson Hannigan and Amber Benson aside to inform them where it would go.

In the end, Whedon praised the way the WB handled the display of affection in "The Body", saying "They raised an eyebrow, but they've been great.

I give the WB props when it came to the [characters' first] kiss. What I want to show is real affection, and 'The Body' turned out to be the perfect place to put it in.

To the network's credit, they not only aired it, but they did not advertise it. I thought that was pretty classy. Tropiano calls it "A simple kiss.

A quiet, simple moment. Two lovers kissing. Just like lovers do. Audiences reacted more emotionally than Whedon expected to Emma Caulfield's performance.

Anya's blunt innocence was similar to a plot twist, as viewers did not expect the depth of sensitivity that she portrayed in her monologue, which Whedon considers "the heart of the experience" and critic Noel Murray reiterates as the "whole point of the episode in bolded, capital letters".

Whedon used another long tracking shot from Joyce's face in the morgue following the doctor down the hall to speak with Buffy and the Scoobies to cement the reality of their being so close in proximity, as opposed to cutting shots to give the possibility that it was part of another set located somewhere else.

This scene contrasts the more fantasy-related deaths common in the series with Joyce's realistic death.

Anya, "The Body" [6]. In The Psychology of Joss Whedon , two academic psychologists identify the source of Buffy's strength as her mother, paired with Giles' mentorship.

She was nonetheless always attentive and available when Buffy's confidence was shaken, and both Joyce's and Giles' devotion to her "gave her the self-assurance to wield her power to its full potential".

Willow mentions her parents several times throughout the series, but her father is never seen. Her mother is portrayed only once in " Gingerbread ", at first as an academic so preoccupied with her career that she is unable to communicate with Willow, and then—with Joyce—under the spell of a demon and in the throes of moral panic , attempting to burn her own daughter at the stake for being involved in witchcraft.

Even Anya, severely wanting in social graces, has lost someone she admires and trusts. Giles also grieves for the loss of a friend and—in one episode when the adults fall under a spell making them retreat into an adolescent state—a lover.

For the Scoobies, her death destroys the illusion that normal life is trouble-free; it is just as challenging as encountering supernatural forces.

Finding her mother's body, Buffy at first denies what she sees, to the point of imagining alternate realities. Whedon stated that these mini dream sequences were like documentaries; people who find their loved ones dead are desperate to imagine a different, better outcome, and they create fantasies that cause much more pain when they are forced to return to the harshness of reality.

Willow and Xander express anger and helplessness. Anya, new to mortality and human connections, is childlike in her innocence and questions.

Xander's anger and Anya's confusion allow them to be mothered somewhat by Willow, who needs to take care of someone.

Dawn is deeply in denial, unable to understand that the woman she thought she had known all her life was gone.

Tara, who has gone through the ordeal before, represents the acceptance phase, soothing and helping the others to work through what they are experiencing.

Buffy toward the end also begins to see acceptance when she tells Dawn that the body in the morgue is not their mother; Joyce is gone.

The episode also emphasizes another theme of the season: Buffy's response to forces that she cannot fight. Throughout the season she encounters the much more powerful goddess Glory , but Joyce's death leaves her feeling the most helpless.

In Joyce's death there is no evil force to combat; she simply dies, and Buffy, with all her power, is ill-equipped to grasp the enormity of her situation.

According to Buffy scholar Rhonda Wilcox, the themes of maturation and facing adult responsibilities begin with the departure of Buffy's boyfriend Riley Finn six episodes before, and crystallize in the preceding episode in which Buffy realizes she does not need a boyfriend to be fulfilled.

At the end of that episode she is confronted with Joyce's death, which is fully explored in "The Body". Facing responsibilities became the major theme of the sixth season.

Whedon uses several disorienting effects to heighten the reality of the situations in the episode to the point that they seem surreal.

The long opening shot of Buffy coming home and finding Joyce was filmed with one hand-held camera in constant movement as she walks through the house to the phone and back to her mother again.

The buttons on Buffy's phone are abnormally large, an effect that Whedon added because he experienced it when his mother died.

Buffy is so bewildered by the paramedic telling her that Joyce is dead that she can only focus on his mouth in an attempt to understand what he is saying.

The camera uses her perspective and only the bottom part of the paramedic's face is in view. Instead of a normal "over-the-shoulder" view, Buffy is shot at the same height as the paramedic's shoulder, barely squeezed into the frame as if to portray her, according to Whedon, as trapped by reality.

I mean mortality is just not part of your vocabulary when you're that age. In the hospital, as Buffy listens to the doctor confirm how Joyce died, the doctor says something, but the words "I have to lie to you to make you feel better" are spoken discordantly, as though, according to cinema scholar Katy Stevens, Buffy "constructs what she believes to be an unmentionable truth—her culpability in her mother's death".

Buffy sits with circles under her eyes, unflattering hair, and slumped posture next to Tara, who had been criticized for being too heavy, despite her body type being more typical of women her age.

Foremost of the disorienting effects, to critics and scholars, is Whedon's use of sound and silence. After Buffy vomits on the floor, she stands in the back doorway listening to life carrying on: children playing, someone practicing a trumpet, and birds singing.

Long pauses between dialogue create gaps that turn awkward as the characters try to think of what to say, made especially notable in a series famous for its rapid banter.

This effect is also used when shifting between Buffy's alternate version of her mother being "good as new" in the hospital and the paramedics trying to revive her.

In the car on the way to Willow's dormitory, Anya is shot by a camera mounted on the front bumper, separated from the audience by the windshield.

Xander, driving, faces the other way; neither of them speak and only the sound of the car can be heard. The spooky stillness and the long, spacey pauses in conversation as characters struggled to articulate their feelings exaggerated the sense of time elongating and standing still.

Katy Stevens notes that the dialogue in "The Body" was recorded with microphones very close to the actors, making variations in their voices—cracks, rises, and whispers—more prominent to the audience, to close the distance between the actors and the viewer.

Conversely, the scene in which Dawn is told of Joyce's death was shot through a large classroom window, muffling Dawn's emotional reaction, to isolate Buffy and Dawn from the class and the audience.

Several moments of silence follow this scene. I think it allowed the audience to really connect with Dawn for the first time. Presenting the episode without music was Whedon's way of denying the audience any comfort, forcing them to discern their own meanings from the characters' actions and words.

Music would provide a conceptualization and a catharsis There were no soaring strings or plaintive piano to trigger an emotional response.

Instead the soundtrack took in the ambient noises of wind chimes, doors squeaking, footsteps on carpets. Conversations were stilted and awkward, but the spaces in between always mattered.

Ian Shuttleworth , [30]. Critics praised the episode, and have continued to count it as one of the finest episodes of television ever broadcast.

It also will haunt you—but not in the normal way associated with this still-evolving, still-achieving series. This isn't just one of the best Buffy episodes of all time.

While there were a plethora of fantastic episodes in the first three seasons, four and five were a little more spotty and hit or miss. But when it hit- most often thanks to Joss Whedon's direct involvement in episodes Hush, Restless and this one- it really connected.

In this case it's a true heartbreaker of an episode, and one that you shouldn't watch out of context of the season. The build-up leading in season five to what happens with this 'body' brings on an enormous gulf of pain and horror.

But it's not of the supernatural. It's something so relatable it stings- a good sting, I suppose, but one that comes out of real art.

What Whedon taps into in his style here what he calls the "physicality" of people in the first few hours after a loved one has passed is the inability to cope with mortality.

Every character has his or her own way of "dealing"- in quotes since it's a dealing that is about as heavy as one can not hope to imagine- and most significant is seeing Buffy's initial reaction at the start of the episode, of the same disillusionment that sends one into a state of shock and, frankly, us too , and Anya, who up until now has been mildly or quite annoying as a 'comic-relief' only to provide as the once-demon persona on the show the most profound statement on death heard in a while.

Only monologues spoken in Ingmar Bergman films dealing with the matter of life and death and the incredible, impossible void left for us in the presence of nothingness top this one for a cinematic depth of this situation.

It's great storytelling, superb and intimate acting, and with a final moment in a morgue that has a poetic flavor.

Dare I say it, it's even better than Hush at conveying a breakdown of the human spirit. Looking for some great streaming picks? Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist.

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