Suddenly things stop being fun and turn very serious, as Jonathan and Andrew start to realize the severity of their actions. Andrew starts to enjoy the fact that the Trio got away with murder, but Jonathan is clearly very uncomfortable being part of the group now as he starts to realize just how deep they've gone. While nervously rubbing at her handcuff burned wrists, Buffy reveals that Spike is now able to hurt her, but not other humans. That's very perfect though, I'm really pleased to know that. After the Queen of Scotland and her handmaidens witness bedding ceremony, their passions are aroused and they all seek some form of relief. When Faith balances herself she looks up with a smile and says, "There's my girl. And I didn't like what it stood for. But it was definitely hot. Interestingly, Willow believes sex will solve all problems: First in Amends when she believed having sex with him would mend their relationship after her affair with Xander, secondly in Wild Things when she tries to sleep with Oz to mend their relationship after her fears about Veruca. Between finding out the truth about her resurrection and believing she killed an innocent girl, Buffy's world begins to fall apart. Reign's pilot turned heads at this summer's TCAs because of an explicit masturbation scene. I thought the scene was sweet actually So did I, less so after the first time I watched it and someone told me about the whole thing, but it's still a good scene. Props also go to: Lust, pain, and the animalistic side of sex. Never was that tension so evident, or erotic, as it was when, after a typically heated argument, Maddie slaps David.