The gang insists the watchers should at least allow them a glorious prom night before fighting the mayor's ascension. Mother Joyce Summer's speech it's up to mature lover Angel to make hard choices her teenage daughter is incapable of gives Angel nightmares about a wedding in an empty church after which Buffy burns in sunlight, so he decides to give her a normal love-life by breaking up, he'll leave Sunnydal after the ascension. Xander finds out spoiled Cordy has to work in a fashion shop now the IRS has taken her dad's last dime, they are attacked by a hell-hound which seems trained to target formal dressers and is electronically brainwashed by Buffy's scorned admirer, chemistry student Tucker Wells. Buffy decides to slay-chaperon the prom for the others, hunts the hell-hounds and gets surprising bonuses...
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Because Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Earshot
(1999)'s premiere was delayed out of respect for the Columbine massacre victims and their families, viewers at the time were unaware of Buffy stopping Jonathan from committing suicide. The fact that Buffy saved his life makes his presentation of the Class Protector Award to her even more significant. See more
Among the VHS tapes shown to the hell-hounds to train them to attack people in formal wear at the prom is "Pump up the volume" which, despite being a high school movie, has neither a prom scene nor people in formal wear. See more
I always say patrol's not complete without a trip to the stinky sewers.
I'm sure I saw him come down here.
Couldn't we just let this be the vamp that got away? We could say he was this big.
What can I say? I need closure.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett See more