This week, we get to the end of Season 2 and feel all the feels. Allie finally confesses to the true extent of her watching ahead and Ginny assigns her penance. And we talk about this most pivotal of Buffy episodes. A lot.
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Get these mother effin snakes out of this mother effin school! The Scooby gang encounters a Poltergeist who just wants to take his honey to the Sadie Hawkins Dance without shooting her, while Buffy overcomes snakes and visions and wasps to reach a sort of catharsis with a possessed Angel. And in a final side trip before the finale, Buffy must find a way to stop all of our favorite late 90's heartthrobs from turning into giant fish monsters. RIP Todd Wilkins 2.0.
We finally meet the real Angelus, killer of fish, computer monitors, and tragically, computer teachers looking to restore his soul. Giles gets the worst possible romantic surprise and we lose a member of the Scooby gang. Sunnydale suffers a flu outbreak among kids that brings Der Kindestod to town, but we really don't have too much to say about him because RIP Jenny.
This week, we chat about werewolves, witches and Xander's gross emotional problems (this dead horse is so beat), as Oz finds himself going through some changes and Xander finds that love spells aren't so nice. And us? We find that we don't like having to make a distinction between a creator's gross emotional problems and his art, but we can't have nice things, so here we are and we must. #teambuffyalways
Surprise! What happens when a Slayer and her Vampire BF get it on? You might think it's just awkward and it kind of is, but only after he turns evil and then starts trying to kill her friends. That is waaay awkward. We really hate when that happens, but it sure makes for some good TV. And, oh yeah, there is also a big blue guy and a rocket launcher. Hang on to your stakes, kids, we're in a golden run of Buffy now!
This week, John Ritter is underrated but he's also an evil robot, and sex ed can literally kill you, or at least turn you into a drone serving your Bezoar mamma. Abstinence only, amiright? In other news, we really, really want to make Ted's recipe for mini pizzas, and see Buffy in her sad overalls for the first, but not the last time.
This week, our friend Jordan stops by to tell us what a hero should be and we all try to decide if Xander is terrible or just 16, and whether he and Cordelia were ever meant to be. We also spoil the season 6 finale and a whole lot more! And oh yeah, Kendra, the Vampire Slayer!
Hey, Ethan's back! Everyone gets to stay themselves this time, but Season 2 gets dark as Buffy and the gang confront their pasts. Buffy has to confront the literal demons of Angel's past and the douche bros of hers, while Giles and Ethan's demonic dabbling comes back to kill old friends and Giles and Jenny's new relationship. Bonus? No more imagining the teacher sex!
Roofies, reptiles, and Rayne, oh my! Frat boys are up to no good as usual and neither is Ethan. Who is Ethan? We don't know but he sure seems to know Ripper. Wait, who is Ripper? Meanwhile, the gang gets tricked during treating and it's all kinds of...neat!
Try to tell them apart as Allie's sister Claire joins the podcast to school Ginny and Allie in the meaning of "School Hard" and to share her Buffy history and BF rankings. Spoiler alert: Riley ends up in a shocking spot. Also, SPIKE IS HERE, SPIKE IS HERE! Xander also meets his second demon love and Jonathan makes an appearance!
The gang's all back after a vampire-free summer and Buffy's back like a bitke! Luckily she has the Master's minions and Dr. Frankenstein's fan club to distract her. Angel is in the gang full time and Giles goes on a date!
OMWC SEASON 2: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, SEASON 2
This season on Buffy, the gang is making better fashion choices, but also Spike(!) and romance come to town. Giles woos another teacher, Xander and Cordelia come together in their awfulness, and Willow gets her some Oz while remaining the all around best. Between smoochies, the Scoobies also face killer Frat bros, a werewolf, one very judgy blue guy, and John Ritter (can we be done with the robots now?). And oh yeah, Buffy and Angel get a little too close before Angel turns into the ex from hell. People die.