Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Buffy again

Just an update. We're up to Season 6, and everyone has gone bad. Bloody Willow is doing a Trainspotting. Buffy is shagging Spike. Dear wee Jonathon is the baddie.

I'm really enjoying it, but pleased to be nearing the end of the ride.

9 comments:

Alan said...

Series 6 was the weakest of the lot, IMO. The next series is brilliant, though...

Martha said...

Oh bless, because we've actually been doing a bit of "you just watch it and tell me what happens", what with our hectic social calendar and all (splutter).

I look forward to season 7 then.

Alan said...

Better than series 5, anyway, maybe not the best though.

I see now that you've passed my favourite episode (back in series 5) "The Body". One of the most emotionally charged hours of TV I've ever seen.

Alan said...

Bother, that first line should have read "better than series 6", because, I thought series 5 was quite good.

David Farrar said...

Yeah Six is fairly silly.

Me and some friends re4cently watched every episode on DVD from Episode One.

Took us around 18 months!

Lisa said...

Eeeeep. I'd better pull finger. I've been stuck on season 5 for about 4 months now... Joanna is going to start beating me if I don't progress to season 6 soon. Plus you'll give it all away... if my television without pity obsession doesn't kill me first.

Jo Hubris said...

I'm sorry, but anyone who says that they don't like Season Six needs to have four little words whispered in their ears very very loudly: "Once More With Feeling". Suck on that, bitches. I love season six.

Emily said...

Plus Season 6 was when they shifted to cable and so started having hot scenes of Willow and Tara in bed together and even (gasp!) kissing!! And of course having simulated magical oral sex, with singing - see "Once More With Feeling", above.

Hence why us lezzos love Season 6.

Oh except for that Big Reason that we all hate Season 6... hmm

Jo Hubris said...

I love that they slipped their first onscreen pash into 'The Body' so that it wouldn't be a big deal.