Season 6 is done. What does it all mean? Jewelry Designer, Peggi Li joins us to make it make sense and to talk about how she got into designing jewelry featured on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and so many other shows.
Willow still has a job to do, but Giles returns to put a squash on it as well as put his own life in danger. And the world is saved by mansplaining.
Dark Willow has a To Do list that needs taken care of. On the top of that list, Warren.
It's the moment you've all been waiting for! Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together...welcome to the stage...DARK WILLOW!!!
Yo, between Spike and Xander and Warren, there is a LOT of male toxicity in this episode.
We finally got around to talking about the movie that started it all. Which one of us lurves it? Which one would like to see it die in a fiery crash? Listen to find out!
It's like Rockwell when Buffy finds out somebody's been watching! Feelings come out, secrets are revealed and vengeance is served. Also, does Spike shower?
This is one of the most important episodes of Buffy, so it gives us lots to unpack and chat about. So we'll start off slow, by reading more listener reviews.
Xander gets a glimpse into his fake future with Anya, and calls off the wedding...like a bitca. But first, we read some listener reviews!
You may know her as Kathy, Buffy's bad college roommate experience. But now, it's time you got to know Dagney Kerr, the artist, writer, photographer and delightful woman.
It's Buffy's birthday! She's having a party! Everything is gonna be great! Right? RIGHT?!
Are you watching Room 104? Is Orlando's dog really dead? And how dark does The Trio get?
Buffy has brand spanking new job! And while she's dealing with that slow death, everyone else has some demons to contend with.
Buffy finally gets everything she never knew she wanted and turns invisible.
Buffy is trying to make sense of her night of filthy passion, while Willow let's Amy drag her further into the filth that is Rack.
Willow FINALLY gets around to returning Amy back to her natural form and Buffy FINALLY decides to check out Spike's natural form. (Heh, Heh)
Not learning her lesson, Willow keeps trying to mess with Tara's mind and ends up throwing the whole crew out of wack.
Do we really need to intro this? Cue the music!
Dawn and her band of nitwits go out for Halloween shenanigans. It's the beginning of the end for Willow and Tara...and also Xander and Anya. Turns out Spike does NOT have hot sauce in his bag.
It's Bring Your Slayer to Work Day! Buffy tries to figure out her path to financial freedom while The Trio dedicate the time to finding her weakness.
Buffy's got bills ya'll. And apparently neither of the two adults living in her house are willing to contribute. And Giles tells Willow about herself.
Don't you just hate it when you bring your best friend back from the dead and they bring along a hitchhiker? AND don't thank you?!
You know when you finally finish a super difficult task, and once it’s done you are so relieved and proud of yourself? And you're like, woo, now I can rest! Imagine if your dumb ass friends undid it all because they thought you liked doing it so much the first time and you wanted to do it all over again. Yeah, that's Buffy right now.
It seems Willow is pretty inconsistent with the magic she can/will do. The Buffybot has come in pretty handy...did anyone stop and thank Spike for having it made?