TV & Film
Episode 24 - The Freshman / Living Conditions / The Harsh Light of Day (feat. Stephanie Graves)
PhD student, author, and Mr. Pointy Award winner Stephanie Graves makes her debut on the podcast with a discussion of Buffy’s transition from the innocent days of high school to the bleak promise years of college. In 401, “The Freshman,” Willow opens herself to the thrusting, spurty knowledge of UC Sunnydale while Buffy makes what will prove to be one of the darkest, most brutal quips of foreshadowing possibly in the history of the series. 402, “Living Conditions” gives us...not a whole lot, actually. And in 402, “The Harsh Light of Day,” Giles has a TV! He’s shallow like us!
Also, Blondie Bear is back and can’t wait to see if he freckles; Xander isn’t awful; Riley isn’t awful either; but Parker is manipulative and shallow...and why doesn’t he want me?
Next: Melanie Scala is back for a three-peat appearance in the coveted guest host slot, this time discussing 404, “Fear, Itself,” 405, “Beer Bad,” and 406, “Wild at Heart.”
Angel 101, "City of..." and 103, "In the Dark"
Intro / Guest (00:00:00 - 00:08:05)
Main Topic (00:08:05 - 01:41:42)
Outro / Next (01:41:42 - 01:45:07)
Library Closed For Filing - Please Come Back Tomorrow
“Conversations (feat. Wesley Mead)” by Azura (2017)
“Believe” by Cher, Believe (1998)
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