The students must study for standardized (SAT) tests and sell candy for the school band's new uniforms, even gang members who aren't in the band, but it's concocted by Mayor Richard Wilkins' partner, Mr. Trick and his subcontractor Ethan Rayne's men. Buffy lies to everyone so she can visit Angel, who is nearly normal again, just weak. Giles and Joyce Summers find out they are abused as false alibis but just send Buffy to bed, then work out a coordinated schedule for her and become close. The spiked candy turns adults into uninhibited, irresponsible 'teenagers'. Realizing vampires should be swarming, Buffy knocks their demonic intention out of Ethan.
Did You Know?
This is the only time where Joyce takes direct action along with the other Scoobies, without being taken, targeted or held hostage by an enemy. See more
Just before Buffy's auto accident, the camera cranes down from an overhead traffic light to show her car approaching the intersection that the light controls. However, painted on the street below are the standard "Stop" markings for an intersection controlled by stop signs. Obviously, the traffic light is a prop and does not belong there. See more
"And on that tragic day, an era came to its inevitable end." That's all there is. Are you ready?
Which of the following best expresses the theme of the passage? "A": violence breeds violence, "B": all things must end, "C"...
"B." I'm going with "B." We haven't had a "B" in forever.
This is the SATs, Buffy, not connect-the-dots. Please pay attention. A low score could seriously harm your chances of getting into college.
Gee, thanks. That takes the pressure right off.
Written by Richard Berry
Performed by The Kingsmen See more