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Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 2Closed Captioning

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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death at the hands of The Master and a summer vacation spent with her father, Buffy returns to Sunnydale in a strangely withdrawn and snappy mood.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

Here's the deal with "Buffy The Vampire Slayer"...

I've been a Buffy fan for two years. Originally a cynic, i was converted after a friend gave me the first season on a road trip. At first, i scoffed at the thought. His words to me were, "I dare you to give it a chance". Well...i did. Buffy's one of those shows that get's passed up based on its nature i.e. vampires, demons, etc., and because of its title. "I've heard my wife on several occasions say, "I'd never watch a show with that kind of title." (She and I have actually had fights about this show). But here's the deal: This show exists on two levels. The first is the cheesy, campy, teen horror show about a cheerleader who fights vampires in a town where no one seems to notice the monsters that dwell in their midst. Ridiculous, right? The second level of this show is the more important of the two. It is the level that drives the show. It's the relationships between the main character's and how they are changed and molded by the world they live in. I'm not just talking about the demon stuff. I'm talking about their teenage world, the angst, the parents who don't understand them, social issues at school, and trying to survive. I've watched the entire series (all seven seasons and five seasons of "Angel") three times and what I realized is that the demon world in which Buffy and the gang live is a metaphor for they way we all feel at some point in our young lives. This world symbolizes the war we feel we're in while making the journey from preteen to adult. Examples: Buffy keeps weapons in a trunk at the foot of her bed in a "secret" compartment. It symbolizes the things we all have that we keep hidden from parents and friends, our "dark secrets" if you will. Her relationship with Angel and the things that happen as a result (don't want to give too much away) symoblize the situation so many of us face in life who fall in love with someone who changes after we've given our hearts to them. I could go on and on. The bottom line is that this show is the greatest metaphor of human beings trying to grow up and make in the world (specifically HS and College) and the relationships they build and lose along the way that has ever been written. When i watch this show, i am able to buy into that world and enter it with the characters, because i've gone through the same thing in one form or another. I dare you to fall in love with "Buffy The Vampire Slayer"...

Please sir, can I have some more?

Buffy wakes me up in the morning! We need Season 3! PLEASE!


Finally, I was waiting for the day that they added another season. Keep them coming ITunes. I'm waiting for season 3, 5 and 7!