Since Gellar was admittedly much less coordinated than her superhuman character, she discovered herself getting injured quite a bit on the “Buffy” set.
“Inevitably, as a result of I’m a klutz, I do wind up hurting myself a few occasions through the yr,” she continued. “This yr I had one severe damage that required a hospital go to, however we waited til lunch break as a result of I did not wanna wreck the schedule in the course of the day.”
This was a very demanding day for Gellar as a result of it required a hair-and-makeup transformation. In that division, the “Buffy” crew is extremely skilled — practically each episode features a monster created out of in depth prosthetics. However this time, the make-up would not flip Gellar right into a horrifying creature — it might rework her from “common Buffy” into “homecoming Buffy.”
Within the season 3 episode “Homecoming,” Buffy is intercepted on the way in which to her college dance by a bunch of demons which might be competing to see who can kill Buffy and her fellow slayer Faith (for whom the very-un-Slayer-y Cordelia is mistaken). Very similar to her character, Gellar was additionally delayed from making it to the Sunnydale homecoming. Nonetheless, being the hard-working skilled that she is, the actor made positive to schedule her hospital go to accordingly so she did not waste an excessive amount of helpful capturing time.
“So I went to the hospital on a lunch break however I made positive to take my hair and my make-up artist to the hospital in order that whereas I used to be within the ready room — cuz you realize they make you look forward to like 4 hours until there’s some severe damage — and I did my hair and my make-up on the hospital by the set,” she went on.