When do willow and oz start dating
When Oz feels a kind of attraction for the singer Veruca (Paige Moss), Willow becomes very jealous and insecure about their relationship.In the full moon, Oz escapes from his cage and while chasing Professor Maggie Walsh (Lindsay Crouse) in the campus, he meets with a female werewolf and they stay together along the night.
It's in no way meant to marginalize the fake TV feelings that Willow feels for women. We may have even dished some out--quite a bit of it actually, and for that we'd like to say that we're truly sorry. With the onset of the Willow/Oz relationship, there was an extended period of time where Willow did successfully live the heterosexual dream and forgot that penises were merely oddities there to drive her into the arms of women. Her quiet desperation for Oz to kiss her could be taken as normal teen lust on the surface, but looking deeper one can see if for the desperate panic attack it was. What if he didn't want to kiss her because he could tell she was gay? (Note how the writers, in a nice touch of continuity, went back to this theme in season four, when Willow's unsureness of how her friends would react to her having a girlfriend caused her to pull away from her friends and, in fact, hide Tara's existence from them for a time.) People may, at this point, point to season three, when Willow dated not one, but two men. To add to this, Willow still smarted from seeing Cordelia with Xander.
And Willow dismisses that excuse, along with his "I was trying to stop Vercua from hurting people" rational.
She's getting stronger and the argument just works really well. The way her voice breaks when she asks him, "Don't you love me?
On the next morning, Oz wakes up naked with Veruca and Willow is depressed trying to understand the feelings of Oz.
In "Wild at Heart", Oz and Willow lead the show with troubles in their relationship.