Saturday, January 14, 2012

Top (and bottom) Buffy Episodes

As a cap-off to last year’s re-watch of the entire run of Buffy, here is a list of the top 30 episodes, with a five word “description.” Also, the ten worst episodes:

30. “Phases”
Oz’s nephew is a werewolf?
29. “Lies My Parents Told Me”
Spike has Freudian mommy issues
28. “Doppelgangland”
So, evil Willow is lesbian?
27. “Buffy vs. Dracula”
Xander is Dracula’s Butt Monkey
26. “Selfless”
Real redemption requires a sacrifice
25. “Grave”
The broken crayon was yellow
24. “Nightmares”
Candy trails lead to clowns!
23. “School Hard”
“Don’t mess with my daughter”
22. “What’s My Line” (Parts 1&2)
That accent is not convincing
21. “Enemies”
How to fake a fake
20. “Lover’s Walk”
Joyce serves Spike hot chocolate
19. “Something Blue”
Buffy and Spike induce nausea
18. “Band Candy”
Teenagers really are quite stupid
17. “Halloween”
That might improve the holiday
16. “Surprise” and “Innocence”
Teen sex is really bad
15. “The Body”
This episode is too real
14. “Story Teller”
Andrew's best Cookie Monster imitation
13. “Amends”
The show almost acknowledges God
12. “Superstar”
People will buy any advertisement
11. “Fear, Itself”
“Do not mock the demon!”
10. “Chosen”
A preemptive strike against evil
9. “Tabula Rasa”
Cartoony episodes can be genius
8. “Once More with Feeling”
Giles’ first theory was right!
7. “Restless”
Cheese man means absolutely nothing
6. “The Gift”
How the show could’ve ended
5. “Fool for Love”
Should be watched with “Darla”
4. “Conversations with Dead People”
Scariest episode of Buffy ever?
3. “The Wish”
Careful what you wish for
2. “Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered”
Did Robert Pattinson watch this?
1. “Hush”
… … … … …

135. “Anne”
136. “Into the Woods”
137. “The Freshman”
138. “Bring on the Night”
139. “Empty Places”
140. “The Killer in Me”
141. “Beer Bad”
142. “Hell’s Bells”
143. “Touched”
144. “Double Meat Palace”

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