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Elizabeth Anne Allen


She's back, and she's not a rat any more.

Elizabeth Anne Allen chats about her recurring role on Buffy, researching Wicca ways, and being burnt at the stake.

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Changing Fashions

  What changes the most about Buffy, each time you return to the show?


  Why did you come back for this particular stint on Buffy?

Wicca's World

  Did you do much wicca research before taking on the role, and what do you feel about the whole idea of Wicca?

Kids' Stuff?

  Is Wicca a practice you'd advise fans not to dabble in below a certain age?

Animal Magic

  Joss Whedon once joked that he was bringing Amy back as an antelope. How do you feel about that?


  We hear that you like to write up a history of each character you play, to develop their backstory.


  If you could make anyone fall in love with you, as in Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered, who would it be?

Give me an "A"

  Did you know how to cheerlead before your debut in The Witch?

Bad Girl?

  Seeing that we are at the Bad Girls convention, do you see Amy as a a bad girl?


  Could you tell us a bit about your background in studying psychology, and how that's helped you as an actress?

What the rat saw

  Do you ever suggest story ideas to Joss, and does he take them onboard?

Animated Amy

  Any plans to appear in the animated Buffy series?

Burning Birthday

  With your birthday coming up, what's been your most unusual birthday memory?

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