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Buffy found its true momentum during the second season, as geeky Xander (Nicholas Brendon) fell in love with popular girl Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), Willow (Alyson Hannigan) gave up her crush on Xander in favor of werewolf boy Oz (Seth Green), and watcher Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) began a sweetly tentative relationship with computer teacher (and witch) Jenny Calendar (Robia LaMorte). Mayhem came to Sunnydale, though, in the form of evil vampires Drusilla (Juliet Landau) and Spike (drolly wicked James Marsters), who were more than ready to aid and abet Angel as he turned bad. It all sounds like horror-action mayhem (and there are great fight scenes), but Buffy took on its plotlines with amazing depth, intelligence, and humor. And oh, man, the love story! Buffy and Angel's tragic relationship is one of the most heartbreaking you'll ever find. Buffy's final dilemma finds her having to save the world at Angel's expense, and Gellar (who deserves a passel of Emmys for her work) is phenomenal at telegraphing Buffy's swirling conflicts between love and duty. This is some of the best TV ever made, period. --Mark Englehart
The Dvd's are great quality and full of special features.
It is true that many people think that the title is stupid, but look past the title, watch the episodes and you will know what people like about "buffy."
This season goes deeper into the Buffy/Angel relationship, as well as Xander/Cordelia, Willow/Oz and Giles/Jenny Calendar.
For any fan of the show, this is the perfect opportunity to add this to your collection! Great show all around.Published 18 days ago by Marshall Dann
I thought this season was probably the best.
Smooth character interactions, they seem to grow together while "smacking down monsters", it was maybe my favorite season.
Watching on Amazon without commercials is definitely a plus.Published 24 days ago by Ronnie Boswell
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A Slim Set uses flatter cases, making a smaller package. From the product description, it also looks like the Slim Set versions do not include the extras (making-ofs, commentaries, subtitles, etc.) that the "regular" versions have, which is probably why they are so much cheaper.
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I had this problem once. I don't know if this will help you or not, but it can't hurt anything. I had tried everything I could think of. Finally, I gave up on the buttons that said 'commentary' and I tried the buttons for 'language' instead. When I hit English, this compelled it to go ahead and... Read More
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