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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 2 (1998) R0 Retail DVD
Buffy Summers is back from summer vacation for a second year of vampire and demon fighting in the monstrous Californian town of Sunnydale. Season two of Buffy The Vampire Slayer is where Joss Whedon's creation advanced from good to great, as this year's Buffy shrugs off most of the weaker elements of season one, ramps up the emotional content of the show, gives us more multi-faceted and interesting villains, and adds new layers to our cast of characters.
Love is very much the theme of this year's episodes. Buffy and Angel progress to the next level of their relationship; Willow finds some verymore… cute love with Oz; Xander's dating Cordelia; and Giles is falling for pagan computer babe Jenny Calender. In what would become a recurring motif on Buffy, though, nothing ever goes smoothly. In fact, all of this courting has some pretty tragic consequences.
There are problems, however. A couple of early episodes recall the shoddier moments of last year, and there is a horrible dip in quality toward the end of the season. Having built such a gripping story throughout the year, it is very frustrating to sit through mediocre episodes like Killed By Death, I Only Have Eyes For You, and the shockingly awful Go Fish before the big season finale.
That said, there are more than enough highlights to make up for these weak links. School Hard, the hilarious Halloween, Lie To Me, Innocence, Phases, the poetic and heartbreaking Passion, and the superb season-ending double bill of Becoming parts 1 and 2 are all examples of television at its best.
For sentimental reasons, I think of this as my favourite season of Buffy. Although it's not as consistent as later seasons, it's the one where I went from liking Buffy The Vampire Slayer to loving it. If you liked the first batch of adventures even a little bit, you owe it to yourself to check this one out.
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