|"Fool for Love"|
|Air date||November 14th, 2000|
|Producers||Douglas Petrie; Jane Espenson; David Solomon; Gareth Davies; David Greenwalt; David Fury; Marti Noxon; Sandy Gallin; Gail Berman; Fran Rubel Kuzui; Kaz Kuzui; Joss Whedon; John F. Perry; Marc David Alpert|
|Starring||Sarah Michelle Gellar; Nicholas Brendon; Alyson Hannigan; Marc Blucas; Emma Caulfield; Michelle Trachtenberg; James Marsters; Anthony Stewart Head|
"Fool for Love" is the seventh episode of season five of the supernatural drama series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the eighty-fifth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Nick Marck with a script written by Douglas Petrie. It first aired on the WB Network on October 17th, 2000. In this episode Buffy Summers requires knowledge about Slayers of the past, so she reluctantly calls upon the advice of the one vampire she knows who has successfully killed two of them - Spike! The origin of the infamous "William the Bloody" is finally revealed.
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|Mercedes McNab||Harmony Kendall|
|Kristine Sutherland||Joyce Summers|
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|Kali Rocha||Cecily Addams|
|Edward Fletcher||Male partygoer|
|Katharine Leonard||Female partygoer|
|Matthew Lang||2nd male partygoer|
|Chris Daniels||Stabbing vampire|
|Kenneth Feinberg||Chaos demon|
|Steve Heinze||Vampire #1|
|Ming Liu||Chinese Slayer|
|April Wheedon-Washington||Subway Slayer|
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