Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003)
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I Only Have Eyes for You 

Sunnydale High School is haunted by the ghosts of a former student and teacher who reenact their tragic romance through the bodies of the school's current inhabitants.

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Rupert Giles (as Anthony Stewart Head)
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Grace Newman (as Meredith Salinger)
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Even by Sunnydale standards, pupils and teachers have disturbing illusions which make them do crazy things. Giles soon realizes that is a poltergeist, and insists it must be his Jenny, but Willow's research in her PC -preparing to take over her computing classes- points to the 1955 incident Buffy witnesses in a vision, when student James Stanley shot dead his teacher and lover Grace Newman, one of them is the ghost stuck in reliving the fatal tragedy, especially as its anniversary is on the high school's annual, now approaching Sadie Hawkins Dance with gender role reversal. Willow plans an elaborate exorcism, but the ghost plays dirty. Angelus' appearance changes everything... Written by KGF Vissers

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21 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The singer at the Bronze in the opening scenes, Angie Hart, also appeared in the Firefly episode "Heart of Gold" singing "Amazing Grace." See more »

Goofs

(at around 40 mins) As the Scoobies return to the school for the second time looking for Buffy, it is clearly obvious that while standing in front of the school, it's clearly the same shot as the first time they stand in front of the school. This is particularly noticeable because you can clearly see Buffy, who's inside the building at the time, also standing in the group. See more »

Quotes

Buffy: What do we know?
Xander: Dog spit is cleaner than human.
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Connections

References Poltergeist (1982) See more »

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Charge
Written by Angie Hart
Performed by Splendid
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Over reacting
20 March 2011 | by (Denver) – See all my reviews

First off I do not intend to spoil anything, but am using the disclaimer anyways. This episode has been reviewed more than once and so the merits have been judged. That being said I hate people who use POP psychobabble to review things. The Ghost was 17 at the time of his "death" which in most states makes him in the age of consent if not legally an adult. Yes he had a love affair with a teacher. Big deal. She did not seem to be taking advantage of him and there was no evidence put forth in the episode that he took advantage of her to get good grades. Joss did nothing wrong portraying this "relationship." She realized that it was a mistake and that the student needed to live his own life and date girls his own age but he was obsessed it was NOT her fault, and only a Right wing bible thumper would read more in a story meant to be about redemption and forgiveness, in my opinion. All that being said the acting was tremendous as was the story. David and Sarah hit it out of the park with their final scenes together.


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