Holiday celebration shots and martinis for our analysis of alternate universe Buffy episode Superstar. We've also got a special guest this week, fresh from our roommate Christmas bash. Need a breather from family? Must Be Tuesday is here for you. Grab a drink and join!
Faith is back y'all! And she is bringing the body-swapping shenanigans. We grab our whiskey and martinis to chat Willow and Tara's "spells," Adam's boring world-takeover plans, and Faith popping Spike like warm champagne. Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer brings us This Year's Girl and Who Are You.
Season 4 slows to a crawl with this week's Buffy episodes The I in Team and Goodbye Iowa. Ready your booze, folks: you'd think the Big Bad reveal would be thrilling, but you would be wrong!
Back to Buffy this week! We're having the classic drink "whatever we've got around" so, in a way, it's a fun tie-in with Scooby college days. With this week's Doomed and A New Man, we've got a closer look into the super secret government demon fighting outpost: The Initiative. Also, Giles gets his drink on and goes full-demon. Just don't drink in Sunnydale, folks.
This week, we take brief pause in Buffy to review and chat about the brand-new Gilmore Girls revival. If you haven't seen it yet, big warning for SPOILERS. Martinis and beers to talk Stars Hollow, Amy-Sherman Palladino, the townies and the titular Gilmore Girls. Next week, back into Buffy with Doomed and A New Man.
A standard beer and tequila shots combo begins our chat about two EXCELLENT episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. First, we've got Willow and her Oz-related pain using magic to solve her problems in Something Blue. Then, we've got Joss Whedon's crazy good silent film tribute, Hush. Seriously guys, just go watch it. Then grab a beer and join us for Must Be Tuesday!
Well, the one this we can say for the past week is that it happened. If you're looking for a drunken discussion on fantasy military demon hunters and angry anti-Thanksgiving spirits, here's your place. Buffy's The Initiative and Pangs.
After you rock the vote today (for those in the US), take a breather from election fun and drink along with this week's episode! We're chatting a summary of an Angel crossover, as well as Beer Bad and Wild at Heart (bye Oz!). Beer is good, y'all: It's nice. Foamy. Comforting. It's beer.
Grab a beer to hair of the dog your Halloween hangover and join us talking Buffy's Harsh Light of Day and Fear, Itself. The return of Spike as well as a couple of firsts: Buffy's first one night stand and the Scoobies' first college Halloween.
Take a jello shot, do a keg stand, or attend a house party in anticipation of Buffy's big transition to college! Things are changing in Sunnydale: Willow is confident, Giles has a sexyfriend, Xander is recovering from is his first foray into independence, and Buffy is lost and overwhelmed. Oz, obviously, is the same.
Our unofficial sponsorship continues as we drink and rave about Spotted Cow beer, talk fantasy football and, yes, chat about the Buffy season 3 finale! The mayor inexplicably turns into a giant snake, and the school explodes. Most importantly, Joss Whedon has graced us with a spinoff. Later Angel, don't let the Hellmouth hit you on the ass on the way out.
DRUNK is the word of the day as we begin with silly detailed discussion of Harry Potter and, weirdly, the dentist. Eventually we do get to the Buffy talk around the 18 minute mark, so jump in to that if you don't need ramblings. Discussion of Choices and The Prom follows!
Mini-beers in the name of responsibility this week for Buffy's Enemies and Earshot. A healthy dose of angst and bad decisions for Faith and a real plot line for Everyday Sunnydale Student Jonathan!
This week on Buffy, we watch Consequences and Doppelgangland and discuss the darker natures of our Scooby Gang members. Whiskey and beers for Faith's turn to evil, and Willow's bad girl Vamp!self.
Beer and Bloodies this week as Alli and Mary go on a Packers game drinking bender to prep for this week's podcast. We're nice and amped this week to discuss the Xander-centric The Zeppo and the important Faith episode, Bad Girls.
This week's Buffy episodes, Gingerbread and Helpless, explore how parents let you down. Sure, all parents are human and make mistakes, but do they all send you to be frightened and tortured at the hands of a crazy monster? It's all about perspective.
Pour out some Irish whiskey for your eardrums, as we are all subjected to Angel's Irish accent again. This week, we watch The Wish & Amends and discuss the ins and outs of the Buffy's canon with regard to vampires, personalities, and souls.
This week we've got Revelations and Lovers Walk, where Faith is dutifully ignored and Spike somehow gets more understanding and respect. Also, astonishingly, the Xander and Willow plot time-suck continues. Seriously, grab those beers.
Tequila shots and beers for Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Homecoming and Band Candy, where we realize there isn't enough alcohol in the known universe to forget Willow and Xander's ridiculous feelings.
Alli and Mary dig into Mary's suitcase full of beer as we discuss this week's episodes: Faith, Hope, and Trick and Beauty and the Beasts. Now with dual slayer action!
Celebratory drinks abound for the season 3 premiere; join Alli and Mary as we push through our drunken haze to talk Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Anne and Dead Man's Party.
Alli and Mary have celebratory shots, grab some Scotch, and discuss Buffy's season two finale, Becoming Parts 1&2: featuring Spike sass, a big suck demon, some slayer death, and a sword through Angel's chest.
Mary goes for a beer this week, while Alli is still on Game of Thrones and grabs an iced gin with a lemon twist. We watch I Only Have Eyes For You, as well as Go Fish, an episode that would be better off forgotten. Season 2, we expect better!
Pour one out for the late lamented Jenny Calendar as Alli and Mary grab a martini and watch Buffy's Passion and Killed By Death. Stalking is seriously business, folks!