“The most important thing to me is that I have had people come up to me and say the show made me feel different about what they could be, about what they could do, about how they respond to problems, about being a female leader,” says Whedon.“People getting strength from my own little terrors is…Though the two groups do not get along, mainly because Cain is a rampant chauvinist, Giles and Buffy do learn that the werewolf will be attracted to places where teenagers hang out — it is the "sexual heat" that draws it.
See more » This episode wasn't awful like Teacher's Pet but it was a pretty slow moving and dry episode, I feel like it also repeats the plot of the first two episodes and doesn't really make anything new out of that.Buffy and her date in this episode just don't really have a good chemistry just making it kind hard to sit through.When Giles goes out on his own and is trapped by a group of vampires, Buffy must figure out a way to balance dating and Slaying.At the funeral home, when Buffy and Giles open up the different drawers to look for the Bretheren, they open the same drawer every time."Phases" is the fifteenth episode of the second season of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the twenty-seventh in the series. Buffy tries to protect Sunnydale residents from the beast's savagery, and protect the savage beast from a bounty hunter who doesn't care that his target is human 28 days out of 31.
It was written by Rob Des Hotel and Dean Batali, and directed by Bruce Seth Green. Meanwhile, Angelus stirs up more trouble for Buffy.
Over the course of its seven-season run (all of which are now available on Hulu), garnered one of the most loyal fandoms in television history, thanks to its unlikely but oddly seamless blend of genres (horror! “It’s the hardest time of life.” Adds David Boreanaz, who played Buffy’s vampire paramour Angel, “When you’re going through a really horrible part of your life, like your teenage years, you feel alone.
The series followed bloodsucker-hunter Buffy Summers as she navigated the horrors of Sunnydale High, both real (being the new kid, finding a date to the prom) and supernatural (snake monsters, hyena people).
“It was the role of a lifetime,” says Alyson Hannigan, who played Willow.
“I met the love of my life [costar Alexis Denisof, who played timid Watcher Wesley].
During high school gym class, we learn that at least two students have been recently bitten: Oz by a young cousin who doesn't like to be tickled, and school macho Larry by a dog.