- Daniel Saume on Earshot
- Earshot | Let's Fold Scarves on Oh come on! What am I, Saint Buffy? He’s like three feet tall!
- Enemies | Let's Fold Scarves on Faith would totally do that. Faith was built to do that. She’s the do-that-girl.
- Hazel on A short walk around Leith
- Ella Veldre on A short walk around Leith
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Category Archives: Buffy Season 4
I haven’t done one of these for ages. Ah, happier times.
Restless (Joss Whedon) Whatever you think of Restless, and I can imagine it rarely provokes a neutral reaction, it must be one of the most extraordinary programmes ever shown on mainstream television. How did Joss Whedon get away with it? … Continue reading
Primeval (David Fury) I’m on record that season four is my favourite but I think I was mistaking a whole buncha good episodes for a good series of episodes. It didn’t help that Professor Walsh departed rather abruptly which lead … Continue reading
The Yoko Factor (Doug Petrie) Riley says that Buffy told him this about Angel: “Everything. More than I wanted to know sometimes. She loved him. He turned evil. He, uh, killed people. She cured him. He left. Interesting little curse.” … Continue reading
New Moon Rising (Marti Noxon) I have seen some scenes many, many times but overall too much of this episode is poorly thought out and developed. Oz can’t control the wolf when he’s affected by strong emotions like jealousy or … Continue reading
Where the Wild Things Are (Tracey Forbes) This is the other candidate from season four for the least liked episode. And like Beer Bad I can defend it or, at least, list good things about it. For one thing, the … Continue reading
Superstar (Jane Espenson) I enjoyed this episode a lot except for the last leaden minutes but I haven’t much to say about it. Jonathan says watch out for southpaws but this may have been the proof the Scoobies needed: he … Continue reading
Who Are You? (Joss Whedon) This is probably my favourite ever episode of BtVS but it isn’t entirely perfect: the actors who play the three Watchers’ Council men may or may not be British but they sure sound awful and … Continue reading
This Year’s Girl (Douglas Petrie) Xander almost fries himself and no one notices and I don’t think it is stretching to say that this reflects the minds of the BtVS creators who didn’t have a clue what to do with … Continue reading
Goodbye Iowa (Marti Noxon) Riley is confused and is going cold turkey: all he understood has been ripped up and scattered: he doesn’t know what to do. Michty me, Adam was dull wasn’t he? I do believe I may have … Continue reading