choice dialogue

What's My Line:
Giles: This, um, Oz chap, he, he, he's alright?
Giles: He'll be a little sore in the morning, but... he'll be Oz.
Oz: I spoke to Giles. He said I'll be okay. I just have to lock myself up around the full moon. Only he used more words than that. And a globe.
Dead Man's Party:
Giles: (comes down from the stacks) I'm trying to find out how and why it rose from the grave. It's not as if I'm going to take it home and offer it a saucer of warm milk.
Oz: Well, I like it. I think you should call it Patches.
Beauty & The Beasts:
Giles: Right. (smiles stiffly) It's good to see you. Um, no need to panic.
Oz: Just a thought: poker: not your game.
The Zeppo
Giles: (checks his watch) Um, y-you're cutting it a bit close.
Oz: (steps into the cage) Well, you know me.
The Harsh Light Of Day:
Cut to Giles apartment were Oz is sifting through some of Giles old records. Giles is trying to study something.
Oz : Okay, either I'm borrowing all your albums or I'm moving in.
Giles : Oz there are more important things than records right now.
Oz : (Holding up a record.) More important than this one?
Giles : Well I suppose an argument could be made for —
Xander : Whoa, Giles has a TV. Everybody, Giles has a TV. He's shallow like us.
Oz : I got to admit, I'm a little disappointed.
Fear Itself:
Cut to the gang digging into Giles Halloween candy at his house.
Oz: Some quality treats here, Giles.
Wild At Heart:
Giles: Splendid. Well, it's ages since I've been to a gig. Well, don't look that way. I'm...I'm...I'm down with the new music. And I have the albums to prove it.
Buffy : Yes, but it's your cutting edge 8-tracks that keep you ahead of the scene.
Oz : Don't scoff, gang. I've seen Giles' collection. He was an animal in his day.
New Moon Rising:
GILES: Well, um, let's not, uh, bombard the poor chap with, uh, questions right off. Can I get you something, um, tea? (Takes off glasses, moves toward kitchen)
OZ: I'll pass, thanks.