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Some fans will tell you that Buffy "jumped the shark" with the introduction of Dawn, when in actuality this season was the pinnacle of the show's achievement, as there was superb comedy to be had ("Buffy Vs. Dracula," the double-Xander episode "The Replacement," the introduction of the "Buffybot" in "Intervention") as well as some of television's best drama. The Whedon-scripted and -directed "The Body" remains one of Buffy's best episodes, when the young woman who faces down supernatural death on a daily basis finds herself powerless in the wake of her mother's sudden passing. The first third or so of the season was a bit choppy, but once the evil Glory came into her own, Buffy was a television force to be reckoned with. Kramer was the show's best villain (after the evil Angel, natch), and the supporting cast was never better. But as always, it was the superb Gellar who was the powerful center of the show, sparking opposite lovelorn vampire Spike (James Marsters) and wrestling with moral dilemmas rarely seen on television. With this season, Buffy Summers became, like Tony Soprano, one of television's true greats. --Mark Englehart
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The only difference is the package, all the rest is the same. See my review and my images.
Jun 16, 2006 by Mitchel Videla Calderon | See all 5 posts
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You got the newest version of the set. Fox (I guess?) is putting alot of their shows out in these. I have all the Buffys and Dark Angels in these new sets. Alias and Angel are the same way.
Jun 11, 2009 by rikraq | See all 5 posts
Yes it does.
Jun 3, 2006 by Robin | See all 3 posts