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Buffy truly hit its golden years in the fourth season--just when you thought this show couldn't get any better, Joss Whedon and his creative team pulled out all the stops and took Buffy and co. into rich new territory. By far, the highlight of the season (and the entire series) was the Emmy-nominated "Hush," a nearly dialogue-free episode in which the creepy "Gentlemen" rob Sunnydale of its collective voice, and Buffy and Riley finally come face to face with each other's hidden identities. While Frankenstein-esque monster Adam wasn't the show's best villain (you'll have to wait until next season's Glory for that), he was a worthy adversary for the biotech age, and the military milieu was a nice contrast to Buffy's previous gothic outings. Season 4 also marked the return of blond vampire Spike (who developed a crush on Buffy), the ascension of vengeance demon Anya to full-time cast status, and the brief return of bad slayer Faith (in a fab two-part body-switching episode). Throughout, the entire cast, headed by the unparalleled Sarah Michelle Gellar, worked television magic of the kind rarely seen on the small screen. This is Buffy at its best. --Mark Englehart
For any fan of the show, this is the perfect opportunity to add this to your collection! Great show all around.Published 16 days ago by Marshall Dann
Still really good writing, but uh, oh here comes some of that "avant garde" writing starting to sneak in..
I liked this season and the trials of xander.
All of the seasons of Buffy are stellar. Season 4, 'Buffy Goes to College' is very meaningful. She's unknown here, and everyone at her high school knew she was a hero. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Susan M. Brosch
Been a Buffy fan for a long time, viewing on Amazon Prime looks good.Published 27 days ago by LThompson
Classic series. Glad to have widescreen versions available. All full screen at Netflix.Published 27 days ago by Charles L Houston