Monday, November 14, 2005

Buffy yippeeeee

Friday night we had a decent dose of seabreezes and bubbly, and got talking to our neighbour Jannene about Buffy. The dark horse, she owns all the series on DVD. We were rapt when we got home from a bbq on Saturday to find the first series in our letterbox.

We watched the first couple of episodes in bed on the laptop last night. I think we've reached the pinnacle of civilised society. A TV series, no ads, in bed. And lets face it, Buffy can be a little bit scary, so very nice to already be in the safest part of the house.

I have seen the occasional episode of Buffy, and always thought it was terrific. I'm pleased to be catching up with the rest of the world, watching it all now.

7 comments:

Em said...

Yay for Buffy! I came to it in about Season 4 and greatly enjoyed catching up with all the seasons I'd missed. I'm jealous that you get to enjoy them all for the first time!!!

Jessie said...

Angel Angel Angel Angel Angel Angel

Martha said...

Hubba hubba hubba hubba hubba

David said...

Season 1 was pretty much a monster-of-the-week thing, except the Angel being a vampire thing and the brilliant final episode.

Season 2 was where things really got going, with possibly the best plot arc on TV. Ever. Three brilliant twists.

And I'm partial to season 3. But that's a Faith thing.

Rosiemunda said...

i've only seen the random episode that em and jan made me watch while staying with them (as staying in their house could not refuse) but i actually enjoyed it. And yes when you're finished with buffy there is always the angel spin off.

Jo Hubris said...

It's not "when you've finished with Buffy" that you start on Angel, it's after the first episode of Season Four, since B4 and A1 overlap quite a bit, so watch one episode of one and then the other okay? OKAY? Good.

Umm, not that I'm obsessive or anything....

Violet said...

Welcome to the world of Buffyverse fandom. And when you're done watching Buffy and Angel, try Firefly. It's not the same genre, but it's very Whedonesque.