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This box set contains all 22 episodes from the fourth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Each is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English, Spanish, and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include commentary on a handful of the episodes, five different featurettes on the making of the film, a still photo gallery, and scripts for some of the episodes. This is an outstanding set for fans of the ...
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This box set contains all 22 episodes from the fourth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Each is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English, Spanish, and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include commentary on a handful of the episodes, five different featurettes on the making of the film, a still photo gallery, and scripts for some of the episodes. This is an outstanding set for fans of the show.
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Special Features

Disc 1: "The Freshman" (10/5/99), "Living Conditions" (10/12/99), "The Harsh Light of Day" (10/19/99), and "Fear Itself" (10/26/99); script for "Fear Itself." Disc 2: "Beer Bad" (11/2/99), "Wild at Heart" (11/9/99), "The Initiative" (11/16/99), and "Pangs" (11/23/99); commentary for "The Initiative" by writer Doug Petrie and for "Wild at Heart" by Joss Whedon, Marti Noxon, and Seth Green. Disc 3: "Something Blue" (11/30/99), "Hush" (12/14/99), "Doomed" (1/18/00); featurettes "Hush," "Spike Me," "Oz Revelations: A Full Moon," "Buffy, Inside the Music" and "The Sets Of Sunnydale;" commentary for "Hush" by Joss Whedon; script for "Hush;" cast bios. Disc 4: "A New Man" (1/25/00), "The 'I' in Team" (2/8/00), "Goodbye Iowa" (2/15/00), and "This Year's Girl" (2/22/00); commentary for "This Year's Girl" by Doug Petrie. Disc 5: "Who Are You?" (2/29/00), "Superstar" (4/4/00); "Where the Wild Things Are" (4/25/00), and "New Moon Rising" (5/2/00); commentary for "Superstar" by Jane Espenson; script for "Who Are You?" Disc Six: "The Yoko Factor" (5/9/00), "Primeval" (5/16/00), and "Restless" (5/23/00); featurette: "Season 4 Overview;" commentary for "Primeval" by writers David Fury and James A. Cotner, and "Restless" by Joss Whedon; photo gallery.
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Season 4
When Angel Season 1 came out on DVD, fans had one small beef. They thought it should have been co-released with Buffy Season 4 in order to savor the crossover episodes between Angel David Boreanaz and the Slayer Sarah Michelle Gellar. Well, the wait is over: The pair's doomed erotic reunion on Angel is foreshadowed by the "Pangs" Angel suffers on Buffy. And in a season marked by change, Buffy's vampire soul mate was far from her only loss. Cordelia Charisma Carpenter also decamped to the spin-off. The werewolf Oz became an endangered species when Seth Green opted to make movies. Even Sunnydale High was left behind as Buffy and Willow entered college. Yet despite all these changes -- ­­and a weak central arc involving an X-Files-style cabal of covert government demon hunters­­ -- Season 4 delivered some of Buffy's best-ever episodes. Top of the list are "Hush," a dark fairy tale in which demons steal voices to silence screams; and "Restless," the season finale, which plants clues for the future in the REM movements of interlocking dreams. Both were written and directed by series creator Joss Whedon, whose pithy commentary digs deeper than on previous DVD releases. Seth Green has a last hurrah in the poignant "New Moon Rising," while the witty Buffy-and-Faith two-parter gives new meaning to the term "body double." Season 4 also boasts what many consider two of Buffy's worst-ever episodes: "Beer Bad" and "Where the Wild Things Are," both set where else? at frat-house parties. The Slayer gets a little sloppy, but hey, freshmen will be freshmen.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/10/2003
  • UPC: 024543070023
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround
  • Language: English, Español, Français
  • Time: 16:30:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sarah Michelle Gellar Buffy Summers
Technical Credits
Joss Whedon Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc One
1. Grave Preparations
2. Main Titles
3. A Whole New World
4. Bracing Introductions
5. Tough Teachers
6. Lost and Found
7. Dirty Work
8. Gentleman of Leisure
9. Bloody Sunday
10. You Can't Go Home Again
11. The Boy Is Back in Town
12. Frat Freaks
13. Reunited
14. Back in the Saddle
15. Better Late Than Never/End Credits
1. Ironing Out the Relationship
2. Up for Challenges/Main Titles
3. Walkers and Stalkers
4. Sweat Talk
5. Jeepers Peepers
6. New Friends, Old Friends
7. Roommate Tension
8. Dream Girls
9. Share Time
10. Nerve-Racking
11. Murder on the Mind
12. Friendly Trap
13. Face Off
14. Soul Survivor
15. Buffy's Big Issues/End Credits
1. Starting Over
2. Disharmony/Main Titles
3. No Regrets
4. An Old Demon Flame
5. Necking
6. Spike's Point
7. Party Disfavor
8. Let's Get It On
9. Making Choices
10. The Morning After
11. Discoveries
12. The Waiting
13. The Letdown
14. A Gem of a Fight
15. Lonely Girls/End Credits
1. Halloween Blues/Main Titles
2. Cafeteria Chat
3. Party Preparations
4. Making a Date
5. Buffy and the Professor
6. Symbolic Power
7. Sew Sweet
8. Dressing the Parts
9. Real Horrors
10. Fighting Mad
11. Changes
12. Spelling Mistake
13. Party Crashers
14. Facing Their Fears
15. Light Fright/End Credits
Side #2 -- Disc Two
1. The Pleasure Principle/Main Titles
2. Hey, Bartender
3. The Future
4. Song Struck
5. Beer Is Evil
6. Stupefaction
7. An Angry Friend
8. Monkey Boys
9. A Hairy Situation
10. The Beer Man
11. Primitive Man
12. Cave Slayer
13. Fire Bad
14. Another Choice
15. Unforgiven/End Credits
1. The Big Bad/Main Titles
2. A Cool Watcher
3. Good Morning
4. Jealous Again
5. One Teacher, Two Creatures
6. Werewolf Groupie
7. Weirdness With Willow
8. A Friendly Ear
9. The Trouble With Oz
10. Teardrops Will Fall
11. Buffy on the Case
12. A Plan to Save Her Man
13. Animals Kill
14. A Worried Slayer
15. A Final Solution/End Credits
1. Buffy on the Brain/Main Titles
2. Sketchy Enemy
3. Vampire Cellmate
4. No Exceptions
5. Riley's Realization
6. Break Out
7. A Reluctant Accomplice
8. Welcome Home
9. Fighting Like a Girl
10. Frat Boys by Day
11. Spike Hunt
12. Getting in Each Other's Way
13. Unable to Perform
14. Smoke Out
15. The Buffy Project/End Credits
1. What a Difference a Slayer Makes/Main Titles
2. Man at Work
3. A Yam Plan
4. Sick Behavior
5. Angelic Visitor
6. Homeward Bound
7. Vengeance
8. Gather for the Feast
9. Tending to a Friend
10. Surprise Guest
11. The World According to Spike
12. A Spirited Attack
13. Under Siege
14. Grin and Bear It
15. A Fine Meal/End Credits
Side #3 -- Disc Three
1. A Puzzling Girl/Main Titles
2. The English Patient
3. Lost Girl
4. Drive My Car
5. How Do You Spell Pain?
6. Scary Sight
7. Seeking Truth and Freedom
8. A Proposal She Can't Refuse
9. Mr. Wrong
10. Wedding Day Blues
11. Willow's Will Be Done
12. Demonic Convergence
13. Demon in the Making
14. Apology Cookies
15. Just Kidding/End Credits
1. Dream Demonstration/Main Titles
2. Private Issues
3. Witchy Women
4. Coming Clean
5. New Houseguests
6. Speechless
7. Counter Measures
8. Sounds of Silence
9. Silent Partners
10. Demonic Plan
11. Thieves of Hearts
12. Silent Action
13. Sisters in Arms
14. Box of Pain
15. Time to Talk/End Credits
1. The Best Policy/Main Titles
2. Roommates
3. Pressing Questions
4. Party Pooper
5. Death and Despair
6. The Big Drip
7. An Eye for Danger
8. Buffy's Final Answer
9. Two Teams, One Target
10. Spike's Solution
11. Straight Sweet Talk
12. Geeks and Demon Freaks
13. Back to School
14. Blown Cover
15. Not the End of the World/End Credits
Side #4 -- Disc Four
1. A Surprise Interruption
2. A Man of Maturity
3. A Place of His Own
4. Talking Shop
5. Tough Times for Giles
6. An Old Colleague
7. Fighting and Drinking
8. Synchronicity
9. Rude Awakening
10. Unlikely Allies
11. Desperately Seeking Giles
12. Desperately Seeking Ethan
13. Undo Unto Others
14. It's in the Eyes
15. A But Face/End Credits
1. A Boost for Xander/Main Titles
2. Making an Impression
3. Payback's a Bitch
4. Through the Looking Glass
5. Restricted
6. Life of Riley
7. Question and Annoy
8. Hostile 17
9. Lovers and Fighters
10. Cry for Help
11. Soldier Boy
12. Tracing Spike
13. View to a Kill
14. Passing Her Screen Test
15. Walsh's Last Stand/End Credits
1. Why Me?/Main Titles
2. Disbeliever
3. A Real Monster
4. Crash Pad
5. Arousing Suspicion
6. Ignoring Orders
7. Trying to Apologize
8. Searching for Sanity
9. Comforting the Sick
10. Mistresses of Mist
11. Behind Enemy Lines
12. Doctor Feelbad
13. Flawed Design
14. Punching the Spike
15. Some Alone Time/End Credits
1. Regaining Faith
2. Blast Off
3. Fragile Family
4. Barefoot in the Park
5. Studying Biology
6. Reawakening
7. The Gray Area
8. Losing Faith
9. Spy Girl
10. Slayer Reunion
11. Teaming Up
12. Message From Beyond
13. Growing Concern
14. A Mother of a Problem
15. Transference Occurrence/End Credits
Side #5 -- Disc Five
1. Buffy or Not?/Main Titles
2. Not the Real Thing
3. In With the Out Crowd
4. Charged Up
5. Something Amiss
6. Bar Wars
7. Lower Council
8. Bronze Mettle
9. Acceptable Loss
10. Role Reversal
11. Witch Intervention
12. Get Up and Go
13. Faith in Buffy
14. A Place to Prey
15. Miss Understanding/End Credits
1. In Need of Assistance/Main Titles
2. A Surprise Guest
3. Playing Games
4. Be Like Jonathan
5. Tactic Master
6. Silky Serenade
7. Girl in Distress
8. Awake and Aware
9. Living the Lie
10. Hero Worship
11. Raising Doubts
12. Spike Pigeon
13. World Without Buffy
14. At the Abyss
15. Working Things Out/End Credits
1. In Her Sights/Main Titles
2. Good Humor
3. Working Together
4. Light My Fire
5. Scaring and Sharing
6. Missing Their Powers
7. Hands-On Fun
8. Party Pooper
9. Spinning Out of Control
10. Rocking the House
11. Behind Blue Eyes
12. Pure Old Woman
13. Spirit Solution
14. Watered Down
15. Guilty Pleasure/End Credits
1. A New Cat/Main Titles
2. Return of Oz
3. Phoning It In
4. A New Man
5. Holding Back
6. First Morning Fight
7. A New Feeling
8. Change in the Air
9. Wolf Down
10. A Caged Man
11. An Offer of Help
12. Soldier of Love
13. Showing Initiative
14. Fugitives
15. The Last Goodbye/End Credits
Side #6 -- Disc Six
1. Generally Speaking/Main Titles
2. Getting Motivated
3. Partial Disclosure
4. Free Watcher
5. Drama Kitten
6. Sneaky Guys
7. Forrest Fired Up
8. Trouble Making
9. Military Distress
10. Man to Man
11. Angel's Apology
12. Breaking Up the Scoobys
13. You're Still the One
14. Judging Buffy
15. The Betrayer/End Credits
1. Part Brothers/Main Titles
2. Chips of Fools
3. The Morning After
4. Xander's Blues
5. A Mother of a Plan
6. Cave Talk
7. Born Again
8. Reunited
9. Hanging in There
10. A Fragile Partnership
11. Hostile Activity
12. The Final Phase
13. Chip Away
14. Inner Power
15. Official Termination/End Credits
1. Main Titles
2. U.S. Blackmail
3. Willow Writes Back
4. Drama Dream
5. Play Time
6. Strange Seduction
7. Sandboxed In
8. The Back of the Truck
9. Xander's Apocalypse
10. Giles' Vision
11. Rock Revelation
12. If Walls Could Talk
13. Taking Over
14. The First Slayer
15. Back to Reality
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Menu

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         Langauge & Audio: Spanish Dolby Surround
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   Living Conditions
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      Scene Selection
   The Harsh Light of Day
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      Scene Selection
   Fear, Itself
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      Scene Selection
      Original Script
Side #2 -- Disc Two
   Beer Bad
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         Language & Audio: English Dolby Surround
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   Wild at Heart
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      Commentary by Joss Whedon, Marti Noxon and Seth Green
   The Initiative
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      Commentary by Writer Doug Petrie
   Pangs
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Side #3 -- Disc Three
   Something Blue
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         Language & Audio: English Dolby Surround
         Language & Audio: French Dolby Surround
         Language & Audio: Spanish Dolby Surround
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   Hush
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      Original Script
      Commentary by Writer, Director Joss Whedon
   Doomed
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   Special Features
      Featurettes
         Hush
         The Sets of Sunnydale
         Spike, Me
         Buffy, Inside the Music
         Oz Revelations: A Full Moon
      Biographies
         Joss Whedon
         Sarah Michelle Gellar
         Alyson Hannigan
         Nicholas Brendon
         Kristine Sutherland
         Anthony Stewart Head
         James Marsters
         Marc Blucas
         Amber Benson
         Emma Caulfield
Side #4 -- Disc Four
   A New Man
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         Language & Audio: English Dolby Surround
         Language & Audio: French Dolby Surround
         Language & Audio: Spanish Dolby Surround
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   The I in Team
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   Goodbye Iowa
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   This Year's Girl
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      Commentary by Writer Doug Petrie
Side #5 -- Disc Five
   Who Are You
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         Language & Audio: English Dolby Surround
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      Original Script
   Superstar
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      Commentary by Writer Jane Espenson
   Where the Wild Things Are
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   New Moon Rising
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Side #6 -- Disc Six
   The Yoko Factor
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         Language & Audio: English Dolby Surround
         Language & Audio: French Dolby Surround
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   Primeval
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      Commentary by Writer David Fury and Director James A. Contner
   Restless
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      Original Script
      Commentary by Writer, Director Joss Whedon
   Special Features
      Season 4 Overview
      Still Gallery
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy the seires way better than the film

    I know the film was the starting point for the idea of the series but it is way better than the film. I started watching buffy when it first came onto T.V in the UK and i liked it so much i went out and ordered the box set the very next day my reasons for liking this television series so much was 1. the series goes way more indepth with the chareters making it interesting and eventful 2. the series makes you want to keep watching which is an important factor to any television programme 3. it has action, comedy, musicals (once more with feeling), romance, monsters and suspence it can make you laugh, cry and get angry all in one episode. Now that is good television. I've seen the final seires which is excellent and i reconmend all Buffy fans to go and buy it A.S.A.P. to see spike become a good man and Buffy get her happy ending shes been waiting for. I don't agree that season four is not as good as the rest because it has one of the best episodes on it (Hush) and its also the starting point for Willows adiction to magic this where she starts to unfold and develope her powers with Tara. Also secret goverment demon fighters is probably quite plorsable if you lived in a world of demons and vampires i think that the goverment conspirisy was quite a good idea for season 4.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The funniest season!!!!!!!!!

    This season, I thought, was the funniest season. My favorite episode was ' Something Blue'. It was great! I am so glad that James Marsters (Spike) is a regular on the show now! My other favorite episode was ' Hush', but I will say, it was 'kinda gross. But this was I thought the funniest season, so far!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy=GREATEST SHOW EVA BuRkAyS rEvIeW hOllA

    This was a very very GREAT season of Buffy! I recommend to all Buffy fans out there to go out and buy it! There is great action,hilarious humor,and new characters! So wait are you waiting for? Go get it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    not the best season

    well i have to admit i think things started to get on the wrong foot after the season 3 finale. Buffy now has a new bf, Riley, who i thought was really annoying and selfish(look and watch closely at some of the episodes) and is definately not my fave character now that buffy and her friends have started college at the university of california sunnydale. as season 4 progresses some of the episodes become a little bit boring as usual and not as action packed as the first 3 seasons. Angel and Cordelia are now gone and Tara is introduced as well. they were some good episodes such as Hush and i thought the season finale was really weird and confusing. what was up with that. things would have been different if Angel and Cordelia were still there. As for the Spike and Buffy relationship progresses, i don't know if you people don't know that Buffy was ONLY using Spike to ease the pain of her returning from Heaven from the season 5 finale when she was battling Glory. As you can see Buffy and Spike was NOT a real coupl they only used each other for sexual pleasure and is much different that Buffy and Angel's relationship where they REALLY loved each other. not really the best season i hoped for.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great!!!

    Great!!! An awesome season of Buffy. It introduces one of my favorite characters, Tara, who adds a lot to the cast and story. Not the best season but definetly not the worst.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wasn't as Good as i hoped.

    I really didn't like season 4 it wasn't all that bad it was still good on some episodes like 'Something Blue' and 'Doomed' and the one with Johnatan.I Liked Riley but as Buffy boyfriend they weren't a good match. Buffy and Angel were the cutest couple before but now i say buffy n spike.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Ruined by ''1.33:1''

    Well, FOX screwed this one up ROYALLY! They've released the TRUE widescreen version to virtually the rest of the world, yet we - the originating country for the series - get the hacked-up 1.33:1 version. There are scenes from EVERY show except those Whedon directed that were CLEARLY shot widescreen and had the edges hacked off for TV... these should have been restored for the DVDs! To add insult to injury? They left the SELECTION MENUS in widescreen while giving us the butchered episodes!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    BEST EVER CUZ RILEY IS IN IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i thought this season was wicked awesome. it was good to see some new faces and love interests and new scenery. i liked living conditions b/c it reminded me of when i had to share a room with my sister...hush...beer bad...and restless. this was one of the better seasons of buffy. ps- riley rocks!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    buffy's 4th

    This season is a very different season. Buffy and her friends get out of Sunnydale High and go to collage(except Xander.)The show goes from teenagers to adults this season.Buffy faces a lot a real life problems and get a new boy friend(that's human!)But there's something he isn't saying?The season has some of the best episodes ever like ''hush''(which was nominated for an emmy),''fear itself'', and my personal favorite ''beer bad''. This season goes in and out of the spin off Angel and sometimes doesn't really make sense unless you have both shows. Over all It was good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Underrated and Exciting

    Season Four has always been one of the more underrated seasons of Buffy The Vampire Slayer-- alot happens in this season Buffy meets Riley, Willow meets Tara in the classic episode ''Hush'', Faith returns in ''This Years Girl/Who Are You'', and the Big Bad for the season is Adam (whose origins are tied to season three if you read the comic books of Buffy--FYI-the spirit of the Mayor from season 3 possesses a demon and attacks the human soldier Adam thus beginning Maggie Walsh's desperate attempt to revive and save him--the season finale is easily on the best episodes ever (''Restless''). Season Four is simply on the best seasons this show had. For the first five seasons Buffy was brilliant!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Coming into their Own

    This season finds the Scooby Gang going to college. Xander branches out and becomes a contractor and his relationship with Anya solidifies itself. The characters expand and mature. The coolest episode was ''HUSH''. Spike receiving the chip in his head was excellant. Buffy needed someone in the future to love her like Angel loved her. Willow exploring her other side with Tara made the show more adult. Season three is by far the best and Season Seven would be second.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy will never be forgettable

    I own all of the Buffy seasons 1-3. I cannot wait for season 4. My favorite episode was ''Hush''. IF you have never seen any of Buffy, then you have to check out season 4. After you watch a few episodes, you may get a little lost. So I recommend that you go and purchase seasons 1 through 3 so you can catch up on the game. I first started watching Buffy through reruns and after watching a few episodes, I got hooked. Sadly, Buffy is no longer and I am anxious to see if it hits the Big Screen. I think Joss Whedon is creative and very talented. His episodes have proven this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    awesome, awesome, awesome

    this is one of the best seasons ever and i highly recomend it. every character went though so many changes and so much growth and i also love the episode where buffy turns into a beer goof. great season!!!!!!love it to death

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Complete Fourth Season

    Riley is the worst ever!!! I loved Angel and I loved OZ. I hate Riley, how did he last so long? All and all this was the worst season but it did have some good points. Even if it is the worst season I'm sill getting it . I LOVE BUFFY!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Complete Fourth Season

    buffy hasn't been the same ever since Angel left. I REALLY REALLY hate Riley!!! i don't like Tara cause Willow is meant to be with OZ. This was Not the best season.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy Kicks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    My Dad and I are HUGE buffy fans!!!!! we alrady own seasons 1 through 3 and have been savoring our last disk in our season 3 DVD collection. Season 4 is one of my favorite seasons because it takes you through the Gangs freshman year of collage experences, and beileve me they are not the normal things a person would come across in their first year in collage! The series is such a great sucess and it has its own speical charm & humor. Iam sad to see it end but I cant wait to own the whole series on DVD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy is awesome!

    I am a HUGE Buffy fan!!!! I am definatly going to buy this DVD! I personaly LOVE season 4! It has a bunch of great episodes! I cannot wait until season 5 comes out on DVD!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Coolest!

    This is my favorite season for a few reasons, Adam is the coolest character ever, the Initiative, and college. Go season 4!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Superlative

    While some fans don't rank this as high as other seasons, there simply can be no argument that the characters' grow more in this season than any other. Add to that that Hush, Something Blue and Restless are far far FAR beoyond usual Tv fare in terms of quality. Do not miss this season, it brilliantly captures not only the pangs of growing up and going to college, but some of the best writing and acting ever put on the small screen.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    not the best but not far behind

    While season 4 was definitley my least favorite season (Riley annoyed me do no end, and I never accepted Tara because I still believe Willow was meant to be with Oz), it was still an excellent season. If all other Buffy years were 5 stars, Season 4 was a 4 star, not a 1 star or anything. Season 5 is the best, Glory was the coolest villian ever, but highlights like Hush make season 4 completley worth it.

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