The show has the kind of cast and writers who can bring the pathos with the humor, given the time.
"Reptile Boy" is the fifth episode of the second season of television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the seventeenth episode in the series.
This season of has concentrated less on character-building story arcs and more on standalone episode shenanigans. Of course, Steph has been busy writing and dispensing love advice; it’s not like she had a lot of time to concentrate on that Darcy/Lizzy thing she and Kenny have going on.
We won’t find out about a renewal until September, but if it does come back I wouldn’t mind seeing a longer season.
This year’s finale was filmed on location at the Cubs’ spring training camp in Arizona, where P. and Bobby both try to work fresh angles on a story, while the rest of the gang gets up to the standard hijinks that usually ensue when they’re left alone for too long (mustache growing contest, anyone? Spiro called parts of the finale “guerrilla-style film-making,” which is maybe true if you’re Sacha Baron Cohen, but probably not so much when you look like Jordana Spiro. J.] comes up with is a hack, cliché story idea that’s been done a million times before and she’s kind of freaking out.
That was fun, I’ve never gotten to do that guerrilla-style film-making before.”I’ve got to tell you, if Jordana Spiro/P. Franklin started chatting me up about baseball at a spring training game, the first thing I’d think is: lesbian.
The second thing I’d think is: when can we get married? and Bobby’s evolving relationship, and Stephanie and Kenny’s unresolved sexual escapade from last season’s finale.
A girl jumps out of a second-floor window of a frat house and is chased into a cemetery, where she is caught.
Meanwhile, Buffy and gang are happy with the apparent lack of activity at the Hellmouth.