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Never one to jump on a trend while it's still trendy, I finally started watching Buffy all these years later. I actually started watching it quite some time ago, an episode here and there, and then didn't watch for a long time. A few days ago I started again . . . And I just . . . can't . . . stop. I picked up at about Season 2 episode 8 and have watched 11 episodes in just a few days.

I don't want to work, do yardwork or laundry or cleaning or be productive in any way. I just want to watch Buffy! And I thought my TV obsessions were over w/ the end of LOST. Sigh. I really can't do this for 7 seasons worth of shows. Or ever watch Angel.

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My wife and I are working through the entire Buffy/Angel runs. We're currently at the very end of Buffy Season 4/Angel Season 1.

It can be addictive, but most nights by the time we get to watch we can only get in 1 or 2 episodes.

Of course, other TV/movie viewing has diminished. But we'll catch up later.

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Enjoy!

When I first started Buffy, by the time I got to season 2, I hardly watched any other TV or movies until I'd gotten all the way through season 7.

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Buffy/Angel took over my life for 8 months. It was a crazy love-hate relationship that I do not regret in the slightest.
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http://www.thewatcherscouncil.net

Five more seasons of Buffy in prose. Much better (in my opinion) than the Season 8 comic.

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I also started watching buffy/angel last year.
only had 1 or 2 seasons left left and took a break. Time to finish! Good thing I went ahead and bought them all.

edit: spelling

[ July 25, 2010, 12:25 PM: Message edited by: Pegasus ]

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Just watched the finale of Season 2 (and 1 1/2 episodes of Season 3, yes I'm hooked). I'm sort of keeping myself in the dark on purpose so don't spoilerize it too much for me, but about what point in the Buffy series will it start to make sense to me how Angel gets his own show?

I loved the "Bad Robot" bit at the end of the Season 2 Finale where the robot says "I need a hug" instead of "Bad Wobot!"

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I remember watching Angel at first and thinking it was a pretty darn good show but man it got weird and corny as hell later on.
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**in the unlikely event that there is anyone reading this who hasn't watched Season 3 and doesn't want spoilers, be warned**

There was a moment in the episode I watched last night that made me appreciate the writing in this show. It was the episode where Buffy finally tells Giles and Willow what happened when she killed Angel. Giles had been pumping her for details for the sake of a "binding spell" for the demon Acathla and Willow wanted to help him with the spell. When Willow learns that her spell worked on Angel, she resumes the campaign, saying that she could really help. Giles simply cuts her off by saying, "There is no spell."

Loved that moment because Joss trusted his audience enough not to explain it. It was a perfect moment to showcase the character of Giles and how much he cares for Buffy, and how well he really does his Watcher job in spite of seeming so bumbling at times. So much of what's on TV would have resorted to a plot device like Cordelia acting confused and Xander explaining it to her or something. Much more lovely as it was done.

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I love those moments on Buffy.

You haven't gotten there yet, but you'll know when you get there: two of the greatest hour-long bits of storytelling ever made are The Body (season 5) and Normal Again (season 6).

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quote:
Originally posted by The White Whale:
Buffy/Angel took over my life for 8 months. It was a crazy love-hate relationship that I do not regret in the slightest.

This sounds like my relationship with LOST. I'm sure that the conclusion of LOST is at least in part responsible for my seeking out a new obession!
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quote:
Originally posted by Wingracer:
I remember watching Angel at first and thinking it was a pretty darn good show but man it got weird and corny as hell later on.

I remember the opposite. I thought the last season was by far the best. Especially the Angel/Spike interactions.
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quote:
Originally posted by The White Whale:
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Originally posted by Wingracer:
I remember watching Angel at first and thinking it was a pretty darn good show but man it got weird and corny as hell later on.

I remember the opposite. I thought the last season was by far the best. Especially the Angel/Spike interactions.
It's entirely possible I have it backwards. I've only seen it in syndication and I have NO idea what order I was watching them in.
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quote:
Originally posted by katharina:
I love those moments on Buffy.

You haven't gotten there yet, but you'll know when you get there: two of the greatest hour-long bits of storytelling ever made are The Body (season 5) and Normal Again (season 6).

And Hush from season 4 was just amazing.
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quote:
Originally posted by Wingracer:
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Originally posted by The White Whale:
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Originally posted by Wingracer:
I remember watching Angel at first and thinking it was a pretty darn good show but man it got weird and corny as hell later on.

I remember the opposite. I thought the last season was by far the best. Especially the Angel/Spike interactions.
It's entirely possible I have it backwards. I've only seen it in syndication and I have NO idea what order I was watching them in.
I always thought that season 5 of Angel changed so dramatically because Whedon couldnt vent his need for comedic dialogue anywhere else. Buffy always had a bit of cute tit for tat and Angel started out very gloomy, but then Buffy got canceled and all of a sudden Angel is transformed into a puppet and Gunn is peeing on everyone. I dont remember any fluffy humor episodes of Angel before season 5.
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Maybe that's why I liked the last season so much.

I mean, the whole concept was RIDICULOUS (***spoiler warning, I guess***) a vampire with a soul running an inter-dimensional law firm with a musically-psychic demon, a scientist/demon/adorable-girl-with-a-boys-name, an English Marlboro Man, a reformed-English-Vampire-with-Spunk, and a local city boy.

It really couldn't take itself too seriously. I think the world would have collapsed.

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quote:
Originally posted by AchillesHeel:
... I dont remember any fluffy humor episodes of Angel before season 5.

Spin the Bottle, season 4 is the only thing that comes to mind for me
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Joss Whedon Guide for the Male / NON-Hardcore Fan

Buffy: Meh. Some good episodes (but a lot of filler).

Angel: Season 5 was fantastic. Just read spoilers for Season 1-4 (melodrama central).

Firefly / Serenity: Outstanding. The series is better than the movie, however.

Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog: Good but WAY too short.

Dollhouse: Erratic at the beginning. Skip episodes 2 through 5 altogether. This show meanders a lot (especially in the first season). The second half of the second season is Joss's best work. Better than Firefly. Seriously.

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quote:
Originally posted by Herblay:
The second half of the second season is Joss's best work. Better than Firefly. Seriously.

Until it crashed and burned and became horrible, you mean.
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I watched all of Buffy and Angel this spring through Netflix. Never watched before. When I got close to Buffy's series finale, I was pretty anxious about watching it, because Firefly, Dollhouse, and Dr. Horrible were what I knew of Whedon.
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And you're going to leave it at that and not say anymore in this thread, right Dabbler? Didn't watch Dollhouse but w/ Serenity and Dr. Horrible I catch your drift.
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Yeah just that I was really anxious beforehand.
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quote:
Originally posted by The White Whale:
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Originally posted by Herblay:
The second half of the second season is Joss's best work. Better than Firefly. Seriously.

Until it crashed and burned and became horrible, you mean.
Uhm . . . when did it become horrible? It only got better (much better) as it neared the end. It was actually a coherent, well thought out, sci-fi story . . . more like a mini-series than a tv show.

Perhaps I liked it for the reasons that you didn't.

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quote:
Originally posted by The White Whale:
Maybe that's why I liked the last season so much.

I mean, the whole concept was RIDICULOUS (***spoiler warning, I guess***) a vampire with a soul running an inter-dimensional law firm with a musically-psychic demon, a scientist/demon/adorable-girl-with-a-boys-name, an English Marlboro Man, a reformed-English-Vampire-with-Spunk, and a local city boy.

It really couldn't take itself too seriously. I think the world would have collapsed.

.... it kinda did.
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The entire ending I thought was poorly thought-out, poorly executed, and painfully rushed. Well, I guess I'm just talking about the last episode (not Epitaph 2). I was so disappointed with that one.
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quote:
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The entire ending I thought was poorly thought-out, poorly executed, and painfully rushed. Well, I guess I'm just talking about the last episode (not Epitaph 2). I was so disappointed with that one.

Hmm . . . you sort of have a point. I'd say that the second half of the last season was phenominal. With the last episode, it didn't really seem like the end was that close . . . and all of a sudden -- big revelation, dramatic conflict, the end.

Sure, the final episode was abrupt and a little disorienting, but that didn't make it bad. And the narrative leading up to it was some of the best tv ever -- better than Lost, better than Firefly, better than Who, better than Torchwood.

And Epitaph Two makes up for any brevity in the "ending".

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Yeah, I agree.

I guess I was just so distraught that the potential of the show was stifled right at it was getting great, that I had an strong negative overreaction to that last episode.

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SPOILER ALERT------------
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Sorry, wasnt thinking. Enjoy at your own pace Uprooted, but dont follow the song for it is all spoiler.

I just found a song about Angel, set to the tune of Pepper by The Butthole Surfers.
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[ July 29, 2010, 06:19 PM: Message edited by: AchillesHeel ]

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True, but that was still a kick-ass ending.
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AchillesHeel -- can you put a spoilers warning on that last one? Uprooted hasn't seen Angel yet.
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Thank you plaid (and Achilles) -- I logged in after it was in place. I guess this is inevitable and I may just have to quit reading!
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Hmm . . . you sort of have a point. I'd say that the second half of the last season was phenominal. With the last episode, it didn't really seem like the end was that close . . . and all of a sudden -- big revelation, dramatic conflict, the end.

Sure, the final episode was abrupt and a little disorienting, but that didn't make it bad. And the narrative leading up to it was some of the best tv ever -- better than Lost, better than Firefly, better than Who, better than Torchwood.

Really? I agree that it was starting to get interesting and had a handful of good episodes in a row after a season plus of less than mediocre shows. But then it fell off a cliff.

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Boyd went from a sensitive man who was concerned about big picture ethics to a raging lunatic with no transition. It struck me as insulting to the viewers and far too easy/ lazy of writing.

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*******Spoilers***********
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Boyd didn't ever seem THAT concerned with ethics. . . he seemed more concerned with Alpha (or Caroline). The show made his ethical flexibility clear from the begin, and they showed him ALWAYS putting Alpha first (over the company, his security, the security of the other dolls). Yeah, they could have characterized it better, but then it would have spoiled the twist. That second half was the best that Whedon has ever done on plot, if not characterization.
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Sorry to bring this thread back from the grave but you see, it inspired me to download the shows and finally watch all of them. I had seen an episode here and an episode there but nowhere near all of them. After finally finishing season 5 I have to say, Joss is a genius!

I mean come on, the whole idea of the show is pretty absurd, yet this is some of the best storytelling I have ever seen on TV. And season 5 may be the most moving thing I have EVER seen.

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Right from the get go of season 5, I was concerned that this was going to be a meaningless season. Dawn's appearance had me convinced that this was all just some dream sequence or alternate reality or some such thing that makes the whole story meaningless. The final episode of season 4 just reinforced that belief. Then "The Body" had me even more convinced it was all meaningless, especially when Dawn tried to bring her back.

But to my amazement, the writers never once took the cheap and easy way out. All the more amazing for a series that on the surface seems like nothing more than a fluff piece. It all culminated in the final shot of the season finale. It was all I could do to make out the inscription "She saved the world a lot" through the tears.

The only problem with it, I really thought that was the perfect tragic ending to the whole series. Watching the special features, I saw where Joss seriously considered doing just that. As tragic and heartbreaking as it was, it would have been perfect but just the knowledge that there is a season 6 let's you know that she will be back. Kind of a shame but let's hope the remaining seasons make it worth it.
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Thank you so much for inspiring me to finally watch all of this show.

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Yahtzee hates Joss Whedon
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Why, hello old thread. Wingracer, glad you were inspired -- although I did not read anything past the spoiler alert (thank you) because I have suspended my Buffy watching for the time being because I can't be trusted not to let it eat my life. Perhaps I will resume next summer.
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I saw a fair amount of Buffy, but I basically stopped after the 3rd season. Season 3 was so good and cohesive that everything just felt weird when the characters were uprooted to a college campus for the 4th season.

[ October 17, 2010, 08:23 AM: Message edited by: Sa'eed ]

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Mrs. BB is currently in the throes of Buffy passion. She is closing on the finale of season 3 and she is definitely enjoying it. She hasn't touched Angel yet, but I imagine she will when she finally finishes.
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My brother called me to yell at me for lending him Angel. He likens it to addiction. Says it's cutting in on his schoolwork.
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I love the Angel title music. It's haunting.
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--END OF SEASON 5 SPOILERS--

Yeah, while there's some really good stuff in the last two seasons of Buffy that would be a shame for us to not have, if it had ended at the end of season 5 it would have been one of the best series finales ever.

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I tend to agree mph, but I really like the beginning of season 6.

Actually, I like all of season 6. Especially the relationship that develops. [Smile] (Saying no more.)

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There are some great things in season 6, but overall, I it is my least favorite season of Buffy. Especially the relationship that develops.
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Well, poo on you. [Big Grin]
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And may you, and all those who do not share my exact same opinions about fictional characters, also be covered with foul excrement.
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quote:
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I love the Angel title music. It's haunting.

Ahh! Thanks, now it's stuck in my head.
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quote:
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I saw a fair amount of Buffy, but I basically stopped after the 3rd season. Season 3 was so good and cohesive that everything just felt weird when the characters were uprooted to a college campus for the 4th season.

I agree season 4 did kind of suck you OUT of the story for a while but it finally pulls it all back to together at the end only to give us the near perfection that is season 5.

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Then we get season 6. Overall, not as good as 5 and probably should have ended at 5 but the scene where Buffy confides in Spike about where she was brought back from is absolutely brilliant and kinda makes it all worth it.

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I didn't want to make a new thread for this.

I was just at my local comic book store and saw a huge Buffy The Vampire Slayer collection. Twelve inch figures of all the principle characters plus two of the "Gentlemen" from the episode Hush. I was really surprised to see them and thought some of the Whedonites might enjoy them.

Here is the store if you want to contact them.

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Hi again, thread. I've watched a few more episodes of Buffy but am still in Season 3. So I guess I must relinquish my Buffyholic title.

Since that time I have, however, watched all of Dollhouse. My current obsession is 24, Season 2. Yep, always on the cutting edge, that's me! ;-)

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The Cake is a LIE!
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