Oz gets back from Tibet with new mastery of his werewolf powers. We watch New Moon RIsing with special guest Maia Kobabe.
Tough questions from this episode:
How long was Oz gone?
• 30 days?
• 3 months?
• Or is time is different on the hell mouth
Bonus question: how many lipsticks does Tara wear in this episode?
This episode was released a few hours ago with bad audio. This release should fix the problem!
The Buffy Virgin crew tackles the haunted frat house orgy that is "Where the Wild Things Are".
After a break, Buffy Virgin is back with Superstar! Virgin Michael delivers a new rap summary, and Longtime host Dave Yoder leads the discussion, including a trip down memory lane as we revisit past discussions of the amazing Jonathan Levinson.
Faith's body: who wore it best? The Buffy virgin gang dives in to BTVS' answer to freaky friday: season four's "Who Are You?"
"This Year's Girl" is a the first part of a cliffhanger which sees the return of evil slayer Faith. The Buffy Virgin Gang dives in to discuss the finer points of body swapping and making a video tape to be played upon your death.
The Buffy Virgin team gets honest about Riley Finn as they discuss "Goodbye Iowa"
Buffy Virgin and crew take on The I in Team, and watch as Buffy and Riley struggle with deception and corruption as they discover the truth about The Initiative.
The BV crew takes a break from Sunnydale to visit Los Angeles, home of burrowing bedfellows, detachable doctors, and the moussed crusader.
Mike, the 'Buffy Virgin' who has never watched Buffy The Vamipre Slayer before, and his very devirginized buddies, as well as special guest, cartoonist David Yoder, take on "A New Man". Giles will never be the same, and neither will we.
The Buffy Virgin Gang, and special guest Donna Almendrala of Mad Macaques, take on the episode most famous being the episode after hush...
**This is a re-release following some technical difficulties. Sorry about the confusion!**
The Buffy Virgin gang, along with special guest Audrey say a lot of words about a lot of silence as we discuss the incredible Hush!
It's the episode all you hardcore spuffy fans have been waiting for: Something Blue! Buffy virgin Michael shares his reactions to this classic comedy episode.
The Buffy Virign crew tackles Pangs, potentially one of the most vexed episodes of the series. Join us as we sit back, relax, and (like Angel) passively observe the events of Pangs!
On this episode, the gang takes a look at "The Initiative, " and along with special guests Quinn and Jess from The Sunnydale Fanfic Club, we ask the hard questions:
Who is Riley anyway? Aren't we all riley? And who doesn't love cheese?
Giles needs adult friends. Weird acting at The Bronze. Veruca eats a giant hamburger. And Oz leaves the show. Forever? We're not sure. Well, one person isn't sure.
We discuss the episode that the Buffy community considers to be the worst with special guest Jason Cooper
10:22 Great Lines
12:53 Kill Count
13:32 Weird Noticings & Trivia
1:09:37 Virgin Predictions
Buffy faces her greatest challenge yet: Not Sid the Wily Dairy Gnome, but Kathy the Evil Roommate Monster!
Mike hosts this episode of Buffy Virgin while Denis is on business in Japan, and we are joined by special guest Audrey who shares the perils of bad roommates and secret admirers.
Buffy goes to college! We find out which member of the Scooby Gang can't hack Pop Culture Studies, and which member of the Buffy Virgin Gang actually owned a Klimt poster.
Another season has come and gone! Before we charge off to college, the Buffy Virgin gang discusses the best and worst of season 3, and which Buffy character deserves to die for his crimes, ass well as fantasize about Buffy alternate universes, and discuss Michael's predictions for what will happen next...
We survived high school! We survived watching a show about high school with our friends from high school!
The Buffy Virgin gang wraps up season three with Graduation, and an extra special summary in which Michael raps the events of the episode for us!
Buffy gets dumped by her boyfriend just before prom. Of course, it's Sunnydale, so prom means monsters.
Meanwhile, the Buffy Virgin crew recounts some Prom horror stories of their own.
By the watcher's council! The gang reviews Buffy season three, episode nineteen: Choices!
Oz makes mike cry, choosing a college is stressful, and returning guest David Yoder is the most comic-book educated man in the world!