The students must study for standardized (SAT) tests and sell candy for the school band's new uniforms, even gang members who aren't in the band, but it's concocted by Mayor Richard Wilkins' partner, Mr. Trick and his subcontractor Ethan Rayne's men. Buffy lies to everyone so she can visit Angel, who is nearly normal again, just weak. Giles and Joyce Summers find out they are abused as false alibis but just send Buffy to bed, then work out a coordinated schedule for her and become close. The spiked candy turns adults into uninhibited, irresponsible 'teenagers'. Realizing vampires should be swarming, Buffy knocks their demonic intention out of Ethan.
Did You Know?
Xander had Cordelia's flyer for Homecoming Queen on his locker door. See more
Outside the candy warehouse, as Buffy nips the cigarette from Giles' mouth he is bent over with his left arm extended straight out, but when the view cuts to the reverse angle he is standing up straight with his arm down at his side. See more
"And on that tragic day, an era came to its inevitable end." That's all there is. Are you ready?
Which of the following best expresses the theme of the passage? "A": violence breeds violence, "B": all things must end, "C"...
"B." I'm going with "B." We haven't had a "B" in forever.
This is the SATs, Buffy, not connect-the-dots. Please pay attention. A low score could seriously harm your chances of getting into college.
Gee, thanks. That takes the pressure right off.
Tales Of Brave Ulysses
Written by Eric Clapton
and Martin Sharp
Performed by Cream See more