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  • by vsergu (505) on 2002.09.27 15:58 (#13397) Journal
    Bringing in an Oz analogy in the last paragraph muddled the commentary a bit, especially for people familiar with "Buffy" characters.
    • Bringing in an Oz analogy in the last paragraph muddled the commentary a bit, especially for people familiar with "Buffy" characters.

      No, only for people not familiar with the Oz characters.

      (If you're trying to equate those two sets of people, I think you're confused.)

      Anyway, Oz is a standard metaphor, in the 20th century, for someone thought to have power who is exposed as having none.

      Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!
      • My point was that Oz was the name of a regular character on "Buffy", so those familiar with the series will be the ones susceptible to confusion. Those (like you, apparently) who have never heard of Oz the "Buffy" character won't have a problem.