|Buffy Anne Summers
Alexander "Xander" LaVelle Harris
Spike/William the Bloody
|Sarah Michelle Gellar
DOB: 01/08/77 [6ABB19]
|Bargaining, Pt. 1
Bargaining, Pt. 2
|Buffy's friends try to cope with
Buffy's death and are left to defend Sunnydale without her.
Meanwhile a gang of marauding demons threaten to jeopardize
their plan to bring the slayer back from the dead. To complicate
matters, Giles contemplates leaving Sunnydale to come to terms
with the loss.
Rupert Giles: Anthony Stewart Head. Razor: Franc Ross. Tara: Amber Benson. Mag.: Geoff Meed. Klyed: Mike Grief. Shempy Vamp: Paul Greenberg. Ms. Lefcourt: Joy DeMichelle Moore. Teacher: Bru Muller. Cute Boy: Robert D. Vito. Parent #1: Harry Johnson. Parent #2: Kelly Lynn Warren. Pretty Girl: Hila Levy. Homeowner: Richard Wharton.
|A visiting demon offers the Scooby gang an eery reminder of Buffy's death and resurrection.|
|Buffy takes on new adult
responsibilities while three adolescent villains make sunnydale
their new playground.
Buffy tries to find new vocation but is overwhelmed by the
adult responsibilities of running a household and parenting Dawn
while also protecting Sunnydale from a new posse of villains.
|The new villains in town put buffy
to the test.
Buffy does her best to get on with her life while villains
Jonathan, Warren and Andrew unwittingly put the Slayer through
a series of tests to find her weakness.
|106||10/30/01||10/24/01||6ABB06||All the Way|
|The Scooby gang celebrates Xander
and Anya's engagement and dawn gets into Halloween mischief.
Buffy's friends celebrate Xander and Anya's engagement while
Dawn puts herself in danger when she sneaks out with friends to
engage in some Halloween-night mischief.
|107||11/06/01||10/30/01||6ABB07||Once More, With Feeling|
|Buffy sings - and dances!!!
A demon summoned to Sunnydale forces Buffy and the Scooby Gang to sing their most private - and sometimes shocking -- secrets to one another.
The musical features all-original songs and lyrics written by
Joss Whedon for this special episode. All numbers are sung and
danced by the cast members themselves. Choreography was designed
by Adam Shankman.
|Willow casts a spell that goes awry
with comical consequences.
A spell Willow casts to make Buffy forget she was in heaven
has unintended consequences. Meanwhile, Spike tries to avoid
the clutches of a demon loan shark.
|Spike's chip malfunctions with
dastardly results while Willow goes on a black magic bender.
Something goes wrong with Spike's chip allowing him to attack
people. Meanwhile, Willow reunites with an old friend to cause
some magical mayhem.
|Buffy and Spike face the morning
after while Willow turns dangerously to black magic.
Buffy becomes so intent on fighting her attraction to Spike
that she fails to recognize Willow's descent into magical
addiction and the dangerous situation it creates for Dawn.
|A social services worker threatens
to take guardianship of Dawn. Complicating matters, the three
villains accidentally turn Buffy invisible with a ray gun
forcing the gang to rely on Willow's natural brainpower to save
the slayer. Plus, in a moment of panic over her relationship
with Spike, Buffy chops off her hair.
Jonathan: Danny Strong. Warren: Adam Busch. Andrew: Tom Lenk. [unknown]: Daniel Hagen. Doris Kroeger: Susan Ruttan. Cleo: Jessa French. Girl in Park: Kelly Parver. Meter Man: Jeffrey Jacquin. Security Guard: Dwight Bacquie. Little Boy: Lyndon Smith. Little Girl: Melinda Webberley. Co-Worker: Elin Hampton.
|In order to make ends meet, Buffy
takes a new job at a fast food restaurant where there's something
fishy about the food and her co-workers.
Amy: Elizabeth Anne Allen. [unknown]: Pat Crawford Brown. [unknown]: Brent Hinkley. Lorraine: Kirsten Nelson. Halfrek: Kali Rocha. Gary: T. Ferguson. Gina: Marion Calvert. Phillip: Douglas Bennett. Timothy: Andrew Reville. Mr. Typical: Kevin C. Carter. Elderly Man: John F. Kearney. Housewife Type: Sara LaWall. Pimply Teen: Victor Z. Isaac.
|Buffy investigates why Spike is
suddenly able to attack her, despite the chip in his head. Our
three villains use a new devise to turn Warren's old girlfriend
into a sex slave, but when things go wrong, she accidentally
ends up dead. Using demons in a mock fight, they set Buffy up
to think she's responsible for
Jonathan: Danny Strong. Warren: Adam Busch. Andrew: Tom Lenk. Katrina: Amelinda Embry. Tara: Amber Benson. Gina: Marion Calvert. Desk Sergeant: Rock Reiser. Cop #1: Bernard K. Addison. Cop #2: Eric Prescott.
|114||2/12/02||2/06/02||6ABB14||Older and Far Away|
|Feeling abandoned, Dawn wishes
that no one leaves her alone again and makes her wish known
to a guidance counselor who is actually a vengeance demon in
disguise. The demon then casts a spell that makes it impossible
for anyone in Buffy's house, there for her birthday party, to
bring themselves to leave. Things get worse when a monster is
discovered in the house that is wreaking havoc.
Hallie/Halfrek: Kali Rocha. Richard: Ryan Browning. Tara: Amber Benson. Sophie: Laura Roth. Clem: James C. Leary. Teacher: Elizabeth Cazenave.
|115||2/26/02||2/19/02||6ABB15||As You Were|
|While in pursuit of a demon, Riley
calls upon Buffy to help him track the demon's nest. Riley has
also returned with his wife Sam, who works for the same commando
team he does. Riley's new found happiness makes Buffy question
her relationship with Spike, leading to the two breaking up.
Riley Finn: Marc Blucas. Sam: Ivana Milicevic. Todd: Ryan Raddatz. Skanky Vamp: Adam Paul. Lady: Marilyn Brett. Baby Demon Puppeteer: Alice Dinnean Vernon. Riley Finn: .
|On the day of his wedding to Anya,
Xander gets cold feet about their prospective life together when
an odd stranger offers him a glimpse into the future.
Mr. Harris: Casey Sander. Hallie/Halfrek: Kali Rocha. D'Hoffryn: Andy Umberger. Mrs. Harris: Lee Garlington. [unknown]: Jan Hoag. [unknown]: George D. Wallace. Tara: Amber Benson. [unknown]: Steven Gilborn. Clem: James C. Leary. Warty Demon: Daniel McFeeley. Tarantula: Rebecca Jackson. Tentacle Demon: Mel Fair. Demon Teen: Nick Kokich. Night Manager: Robert Noble. Young Bartender: Julian Franco. Caterer Girl: Susannah L. Brown. Josh Age 10: Joey Hoitt. Sara Age 8: Abigail Mavity. Josh Age 21: Chris Emerson. Sara Age 18: Ashleigh Ann Wood. Karen: Megan Vint.
|A demon doses Buffy with a powerful
chemical that causes her to hallucinate, convincing the Slayer
her parents are alive and Dawn never existed.
Jonathan: Danny Strong. Warren: Adam Busch. Andrew: Tom Lenk. Hank Summers: Dean Butler. [unknown]: Michael Warren. Lorraine: Kirsten Nelson. Tara: Amber Benson. Joyce Summers: Kristine Sutherland. Nurse: Sarah Scivier. Orderly: Rodney Charles. Kissing Girl: April Dion.
|Since Xander and Anya's wedding
fiasco the two have had time to reflect and both miss each
other a lot. But the situation turns ugly when Anya and Spike,
both feeling spruned (and the affects of a lot of whisky),
sleep together...and Xander and Buffy happen to witness it.
Jonathan: Danny Strong. Warren: Adam Busch. Andrew: Tom Lenk. Hallie/Halfrek: Kali Rocha. Tara: Amber Benson. Mother: Edie Caggiano.
Due to an error at 20th Century Fox, this episode did not feed to Canada when it was supposed to. The tape was not delivered to the 20th Century Fox TOC, 6ABB19 was. It finally fed at 15:30 on T5/13.
|Buffy, Anya and Xander all try to deal
with the fallout of feeling betrayed when Spike and Anya sleep
together. After creating a weapon that gives the trio super human
powers, Warren goes after Buffy, and during a grueling battle
Buffy breaks the orb that gives Warren his power. Warren escapes
but Jonathan and Andrew are thrown in jail. Seeking revenge,
Warren later shoots Buffy, slightly wounding her, but a stray
bullet hits and kills Tara.|
Jonathan: Danny Strong. Warren: Adam Busch. Andrew: Tom Lenk. Blond: Amy Hathaway. Beautiful Woman: Nicole Hiltz. Clem: James C. Leary. Frank: Garrett Brawith. Administrator: Tim Hager. Guard #1: Stefan Marks. Guard #2: Christopher James. Girl at Bronze: Kate Orsini.
Due to an error at 20th Century Fox, this episode fed to Canada a week early (4/29/02), instead of 6ABB18.
|Willow is consumed by vengeful
feelings after Tara's death and musters all the evil magic power
she can in order to take her revenge. Buffy and Xander try to
track down Willow and stop her before she gets to Warren and kills
him - human laws must be apply to humans, Buffy argues. Meanwhile,
Spike visits a powerful evil force in Africa to try and get his
chip removed and restore him to his old, vampirey self.
Jonathan: Danny Strong. Warren: Adam Busch. Andrew: Tom Lenk. Rack: Jeff Kober. Katrina Silber: Amelinda Embry. Clem: James C. Leary. Cave Demon: Steven W. Bailey. Coroner: Tim Hodgin. Paramedic: Michael Matthys. Clerk: Juie Hermelin. Demon Bartender: Alan Henry Brown. Doctor: Mueen J. Ahmad. Nurse #1: Jane Cho. Nurse #2: Meredith Cross. Paramedic #2: David Adefeso. Vampire: Jeffrey Nicholas Brown. Villager: Nelson Frederick.
|Two To Go
|After exacting revenge on Warren
for Tara's death, an extremely powerful and vengeful Willow now
vows to go after the other two members of the trio, Jonathan
and Andrew, forcing Buffy into the unlikely role of nerd-villain
protector due to her belief that it is wrong to kill humans. At
the Magic Box, Willow catches up to them all and takes on Buffy
and Anya. Things are looking bad until Giles comes back to join
the fight. Meanwhile, Spike undergoes a fiery test given by the
African demon in order to win his soul. Also, after getting his
heart broken by Buffy, Spike is in search of a soul undergoes
a fiery test given by the African demon in order to win it.
Part 2 synopsis info not provided.
Note: Will air as a two-hour movie.
Jonathan: Danny Strong. Andrew: Tom Lenk. Rack: Jeff Kober. Rupert Giles: Anthony Stewart Head. Cave Demon: Steven W. Bailey. Officer: Jeff McCredie. Patrol Cop: Damian Mooney. Truck Driver: Michael Younger. Trucker: Brett Wagner.
Clem: James C. Leary.
Due to the length of the feed, it was moved to 0830.
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