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Buffy The Vampire Slayer 7 Seasons 2003

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Season 7
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4.4 out of 5 stars (584) IMDb 8.2/10

As Buffy accompanies Dawn on her first day at the new Sunnydale High, Giles continues Willow's magic education in England. But while Buffy is surprised to be offered a guidance counselor job, Willow is shocked to experience a horrific future vision of the Hellmouth.

Starring:
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon
Original air date:
May 20, 2003

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Season 7
1. Lessons

As Giles works with Willow in England, Buffy accompanies Dawn to her first day at the new Sunnydale High and receives two surprises: a job offer and Spike.

CC TV-14 September 24, 2002 41 minutes
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2. Beneath You

When Spike helps Buffy and Xander battle a gigantic worm-like creature his strange behavior finally makes Buffy realize he is now a vampire with a soul.

CC TV-14 October 1, 2002 42 minutes
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3. Same Time, Same Place

Willow returns to Sunnydale, but her fear that her friends don't really want to see her inadvertently creates a spell that makes it impossible for them to see her.

CC TV-14 October 8, 2002 42 minutes
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4. Help

Buffy's first day as a guidance counselor at Sunnydale High proves a bit more difficult than she expected after she meets a young girl who's convinced she's about to die.

CC TV-14 October 15, 2002 42 minutes
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5. Selfless

When Anya's latest vengeance spell kills a fraternity house full of boys, Buffy realizes there's only one way to stop Anya before she strikes again.

CC TV-14 October 22, 2002 42 minutes
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6. Him

Even though they know they are under a spell, Buffy, Dawn, Anya and even Willow can't stop themselves from falling in love, and fighting over, a high school quarterback.

CC TV-14 November 5, 2002 42 minutes
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7. Conversations with Dead People

As Andrew and Jonathan return to save Sunnydale from evil, Dawn is confronted by an image of her dead mother and Tara's ghost delivers a warning to Willow.

CC TV-14 November 12, 2002 42 minutes
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8. Sleeper

Buffy and the gang begin to suspect Spike may be responsible for the disappearance of a number of young girls just as Spike begins to suspect someone has the power to control his actions.

CC TV-14 November 19, 2002 42 minutes
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9. Never Leave Me

Buffy's interrogation of Spike is interrupted when the Bringers attack her house, while in England the Watcher's Council comes under attack from The First.

CC TV-14 November 26, 2002 41 minutes
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10. Bring On The Night

Giles arrives in Sunnydale with three Potential Slayers and with news that The First has murdered most of the other Potential Slayers and their Watchers around the world.

CC TV-14 December 17, 2002 42 minutes
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11. Showtime

Giles and Anya journey to another dimension to consult with an oracle-like creature while Buffy prepares to show the Potential Slayers they have the power to defeat The First.

CC TV-14 January 7, 2003 42 minutes
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12. Potential

Dawn's belief that she's not an important part of the upcoming fight changes after one of Willow's spells makes her think she's a Potential Slayer too.

CC TV-14 January 21, 2003 42 minutes
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13. The Killer In Me

A phone call from a Watcher in England makes the gang fear that Giles is actually The First, and Willow tries to discover why she turned into Warren after kissing Kennedy.

CC TV-14 February 4, 2003 42 minutes
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14. First Date

As Giles continues training the Potential Slayers, Buffy goes out with Principal Wood and learns that his mother was a Slayer who was killed by a vampire in New York City.

CC TV-14 February 11, 2003 42 minutes
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15. Get It Done

Buffy travels to another dimension where she encounters the creators of the first Slayer who tell her that without their help she cannot save the world.

CC TV-14 February 18, 2003 42 minutes
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16. Storyteller

Andrew's videotape recording of the exploits of Buffy and the Potential Slayers suddenly hits a little too close to home after a link between him and the Seal of Danthalzar is discovered.

CC TV-14 February 25, 2003 42 minutes
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17. Lies My Parents Told Me

While Buffy attempts to figure out the secret behind The First's control over Spike, Principal Wood asks Giles to help him destroy Spike for good.

CC TV-14 March 25, 2003 42 minutes
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18. Dirty Girls

Although Buffy now has Faith on her side they are still no match for The First who now has a young preacher named Caleb on his side.

CC TV-14 April 15, 2003 42 minutes
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19. Empty Places

Despite their humiliating defeat Buffy is convinced the vineyard is important, but when she tries to rally the girls for a second fight she finds her leadership challenged.

CC TV-14 April 29, 2003 42 minutes
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20. Touched

While Faith attempts to step into the leadership role Buffy heads to the vineyard alone to confront Caleb - and finds a formidable weapon in an underground chamber.

CC TV-14 May 6, 2003 42 minutes
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21. End of Days

Buffy confronts Caleb not knowing he has been endowed with the powerful essence of The First, yet as Caleb prepares to deliver a death blow an old friend comes to Buffy's aid.

CC TV-14 May 13, 2003 42 minutes
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22. Chosen

In a desperate gamble Buffy and the Potential Slayers decide that instead of waiting to be attacked they will open the Seal of Danthalzar and take the battle directly to The First.

CC TV-14 May 20, 2003 43 minutes
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This six Disk DVD Set is extraordinary. The Picture and Sound quality are so very good that you feel as though you are watching it in a theater. The closed captioning and Audio come in other languages besides English. It's jam packed with all sorts of extra bonus special features, plus a special series end wrap party that is a whole lot of fun. Everything you ever wanted to know about Buffy, cast, The Brilliant creator, Joss Whedon and other staff members. I not only highly recommend this Season disk set, but the other six seasons as well. Quite a bit of quality work went into the making of all seven seasons. They are a necessary buy for any Buffy fan! It's completely impossible to be anything but extremely pleased with this purchase as well as the rest of the series. The writing, acting, directing, etc... are extraordinary. This is feature film quality at it's finest, instead of the plain old TV quality that most people expect. Each episode is like watching a movie. The last five episodes build to a finale that is as amazing as any feature film that I have never before seen on television. The final episode was extraordinary, the writing, the premise was ingenious. The acting was the usual above average talent. I believe that the music that Rob Duncan provided was the icing on the cake and made the episode EPIC. It was brilliant music. Of all seven seasons this is truly my favorite. If you don't own any then by all means at least purchase season seven.

Here's Season Seven's Line Up:

1. Lessons
2. Beneath You
3. Same Time, Same Place
4. Help
5. Selfless
6. Him
7. Conversations with Dead People
8. Sleeper
9. Never Leave Me
10. Bring on The Night
11. Showtime
12. Potential
13. The Killer In Me
14. First Date
15. Get It Done
16. Storyteller
17. Lies My Parents Told Me
18. Dirty Girls
19. Empty Places
20. Touched
21. End of Days
22. Chosen
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Unlike other seasons of BUFFY, one needs to defend either a low or high rating for this season. One can take either of two tacks with Season Seven. One could give it a low rating based on comparison with other seasons of BUFFY, because there is virtually no debate that this is the weakest season in the show's seven. On this criterion, I would probably give the set a three-star rating. On the other hand, one could base the rating not in comparison to BUFFY's other seasons, but to other shows, and on this basis I don't see how you can give the season anything less than a five. Yes, it is BUFFY's weakest season; yes, there are some serious errors made during the season; yes, the writing isn't as sharp or as consistent. Nonetheless, it was during the 2002-2003 television season, along with ANGEL (which had its own problems in its Season Four), FARSCAPE (which while superb was not as nearly sharp as Season Three), and ALIAS, among the finest shows on TV. It is my least favorite season of BUFFY, but given the option of watching either it or any season of LAW AND ORDER or FRIENDS or CSI, I would choose Season Seven of BUFFY in a nanosecond.

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So why do BUFFY fans find Season Seven to be so disappointing. I think there are a variety of reasons. Here are a few: 1) Although there is some very sharp humor during the season (e.g.
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From 1997 to 2003, Joss Whedon gave his audience some of the best episodes aired on television. BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER showcased an empowered young girl saddled with the unintimidating name of Buffy Summers, who, with the help of her high school friends and her stuffy mentor Giles, faced sundry monsters and saved the world - a lot. Along the way, she managed to leave an indelible impact on our pop cultural consciousness.

Before its series debut, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, based on its promotional push on TV, seemed slated to be a straight-out horror series starring an erstwhile typical high schooler who battles vampires and demons. But, fairly quickly on, this unassuming little show, thanks to Whedon's intense and witty, pop-culture savvy yet very literate writing, met and surpassed the viewer's expectations. Whedon created compelling stories and characters who grew on the viewers; for seven years, we watched them strive to maintain a normal life as they navigated thru high school, college life, and then to adulthood, all the while frequently facing down supernatural threats. Which brings us to Season 7.

Possible SPOILERS follow: Here in the bittersweet and melancholy finale season, Joss Whedon attempts to provide closure to the show and also to bring it full circle to its origins. The opening episode "Lessons" has Buffy escorting Dawn, for her inaugural school day, back to good, ol' Sunnydale High, which has just been rebuilt on top of the old one. This, by the way, means that the Hellmouth is very much alive and again active. Somehow, Buffy is offered a job as a school counselor at Sunnydale High by the enigmatic principal, Robin Wood (24's D.B. Woodside).
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