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Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 2Closed Captioning

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Description

After her death at the hands of The Master and a summer vacation spent with her father, Buffy returns to Sunnydale in a strangely withdrawn and snappy mood. She's also determined to break off her relationship with Angel and seems a little too eager to renew her Slayer training. But getting Angel out of her blood proves to be harder than she thought. And as the two draw even closer together, their passion erupts into a danger neither of them could have foreseen — affecting not only Vampire and Slayer, but all of Buffy's friends and family and even her Watcher....

Customer Reviews

Again, with the Price

Where is the competition with a DVD boxset? You can easily pick the excellent Season 2 of Buffy up for less than £20 in te shops now. Other than having plenty of disposable income, what would pursuade me to spend over £30 on the same shows, less commentary & other special features, with DRM? That's right. Absolutely nothing. The show however, will always rock - so the review gets 5 stars. The price? Nothing.

Buffy Season 2

There is no doubting it is a brilliant show, but the price is pretty bad. If these TV show prices were a lot lower i would buy them all. You can get all the Buffy seasons, 1-6 on dvd for £11.99 for each complete season at hmv.co.uk (28/09/08).

Excellent series... but the cost?

Buffy returns for a second series and things get a lot hotter... some excellent (intentionally corny) dialog and brilliant episodes (notable are Ted and Inca Mummy School). A cult classic and definately good news for iTunes... but why, oh why a price tag over £40? Come on guys this series on is less than half that in the shops!