Faith, Hope, and Tricked

So I am in bed, watching Buffy season 3 on Hulu even though I’d rather be watching season 2 (the DVDs are upstairs, which I’m sure you understand is too far away) and it occurs to me:

Faith = Eliza Dushku, Canadian.

Scott Hope = Fab Filippo, Canadian

Mr. Trick = K. Todd Freeman, Texan.

I am torn between wishing they’d completed the trifecta and cast a Canadian as Mr. Trick, and loving that they pulled on over on us by casting a Houstonite. GOOD ONE, MUTANT ENEMY.

…These are the things I contemplate when I have a stomach bug that won’t go away.

ETA: I got it wrong! Eliza Dushku is not Canadian at all! I am carrying on a conversation with myself all about it down in the comments.

4 thoughts on “Faith, Hope, and Tricked

  1. Annika

    February 23, 2011 at 7:14pm

    Wait, now I’m being told that Eliza Dushku is from Boston. If this is true, she is the most convincing Canadian-Bostonian ever.

  2. Annika

    February 23, 2011 at 7:42pm

    Actually, this makes it even MORE awesome. They cast tri-culturally! I mean, assuming you consider either Texas or Boston to be its own country. I could make arguments both ways.

  3. CosmicAvatar

    February 27, 2011 at 6:57am

    I knew Eliza wasn’t Canadian, but her accent really sounds Canadian to me sometime (the way she says things rhyming with “out”). I’m shite with placing accents, mind.

  4. Cool Dad

    March 5, 2011 at 7:38am

    Goodness, I loved BtVS. I think I need to pick it up again to give my sense of humor a jolt.

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