Buffy suffers her first heartbreak at the hands of a human suitor, Xander gains an unlikely lady friend, and the gang tries to survive a real-life haunted house.
Category: It’s New to Me
Adjusting to college life is a challenge for any young woman, but it’s especially trying when you attend school on a Hellmouth, as our plucky heroine finds out in the first two episodes of Season Four.
Buffy recruits the entire Sunnydale High graduating class for a final epic showdown with a “fully ascended” Mayor Wilkins in this thrilling two-part season finale.
As the final showdown with the Mayor draws closer, Buffy and Angel ponder their future together and Sunnydale’s Class of ’99 pays some long-overdue tribute to their native vampire slayer.
Faith gets exposed (settle down), the gang gets more information about the Mayor’s plan, and Buffy gains a temporary new power just in time to prevent a mass killing. Just a normal fortnight in the Hellmouth.
Faith and Willow drift towards the dark side in these two episodes, but only one of them comes back.
The plot thickens and the stakes are raised, so to speak, as Season Three reaches its midway point.
Buffy explores the dark history of a famous fairy tale and faces her toughest challenge as Season Three keeps picking up steam.
Whedon and company provide some clever riffs on two well-known Holiday classics in these two entertaining episodes.
Secrets are uncovered and old foes return in these two exciting key episodes from Season Three.
While Buffy struggles with reintegrating herself into the life of a high school student, an unexpected enemy emerges from the shadows.
Buffy returns to school and gets some new additions to her supporting cast…and one returning character.
Season 3 stumbles a bit out of the gate but quickly picks itself up as Buffy returns to Sunnydale to face her demons, both literal and figurative.
As expected, the awesome second season of BtVS ends in dramatic fashion with our beloved heroine once again fighting to prevent a world-ending catastrophe, only this time…It’s Personal!
The Scooby Gang faces a heartbroken spirit and a team of Gill Men in this winning pair of Season Two episodes.
Whedon and Company continue to pile on the heartbreak as a series regular bites the dust. Plus, yet another reason to be freaked out by hospitals.
Werewolves and witchcraft abound in these substantially fun episodes from Season Two.
After a season and a half of sexual tension, Buffy and Angel finally get it on…with decidedly tragic results.
Despite having a high profile guest-star and paying homage to a sci-fi classic, these two standalone episodes fail to live up to the greatness of Season Two as a whole.
The Scooby Gang explore their future career options and meet another Slayer in this exciting two-parter.
Buffy experiences her first case of Vampire Envy and Giles confronts his reckless youth as Season 2 gets more interesting with each episode.
The gang encounters the world’s most evil fraternity (which is saying a lot) and sort of remake HALLOWEEN III in these two fun-filled adventures.
Fan-favorite vampire bad boy Spike makes his series debut and Xander explores yet another doomed romance in these two solid episodes.
Buffy recovers from her near-death experience, fights more vampires, and encounters a horny Frankenstein as Season Two begins.
Buffy fights an invisible girl with a grudge and has her fated confrontation with The Master as the first season comes to a close.
The Scoobies encounter a talking, knife-wielding ventriloquist dummy and face down their worst fears and anxieties. As if the puppet wasn’t enough.
Buffy and Willow both find out some disturbing facts about the boys they like. It reminds me of that old song by the J. Geils Band…”Freeze Frame.”
Buffy dips her toes in the dating pool and Xander falls in with the wrong crowd. Also, people get eaten.
These two early BUFFY episodes are light on vampires but heavy on character development and surprisingly well-done teen drama.
A new cycle of It’s New To Me begins with a review of the first two episodes of the show that made Joss Whedon the geek god we all know and love.
AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER ends in epic fashion with the final showdown between Aang and Fire Lord Ozai.
Zuko helps Katara with some unfinished business and the gang learns that imitation is not necessarily a form of flattery in the two penultimate episodes before the big series finale .
Zuko proves his loyalty to the team by helping Sokka bust his father and girlfriend out of a high-security Fire Nation jail in this epic two-part tale.
Prince Zuko joins the team and begins his journey towards redemption in these two righteous installments of AVATAR’s final season.
It’s New To Me – AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER (“Nightmares and Daydreams” / “The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion” / “The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse”)
Team Avatar finally brings the fight directly to the Fire Nation in this thrilling and wonderfully entertaining trio of episodes.