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Supernatural gang warfare forces Buffy and her friends to enter Angel's turf in Los Angeles, even as both Angel and Cordelia discover their own problems with vampire-worshiping cults and havoc in the local prisons. Join us as we read the trilogy by Nancy Holder and Jeff Mariotte, authors of The Watchers Guides. Please mark spoilers if you are reading ahead in the book group.
Spike returns with a soul, and Buffy is forced to train an army of Potential Slayers as a force arises that wishes to destroy the Slayer Line. The final season of Buffy, this brings us the climactic battle with The First Evil and the end of an era.
Buffy returns from the dead an empty shell of her former self as the Scoobies face what it means to grow up. Meanwhile, they face their most off-beat enemies yet, a trio of human "geeks" who want to rule the world.
As the group deals with personal issues, they are faced with the need to protect the Key, who is given to them in the form of Buffy's sister, Dawn. We meet Glory, a hell god bent getting home to her own dimension, thus bringing Hell to Earth.
As the gang adjusts to the changes that a life out of Sunnydale High brings them, Buffy uncovers a secret Government installation called the Initiative, which indirectly makes an ally out of old enemy, Spike.
Newly arrived in Sunnydale, Buffy has to come to terms with life as The Slayer on a Hellmouth while balancing being a high school student as well. She forms new and valuable friendships along the way, but comes up against The Master and must make the most difficult choice of her young life in the battle against evil.
Angel is saved from his watery tomb just in time, Connor is forced to face the truth of what he's done, and Cordelia returns from the higher plane. Also, a demonic stone Beast prompts the return of an enemy the gang swore never to summon again.
Angel struggles with his growing feelings for Cordelia, Fred's assimilation into the group, Buffy's death, and Wesley's new role as boss. Meanwhile, Darla returns with a surprise for Angel that breaks all the rules we know about vampires.
Old faces from the past come back to haunt Angel, making life difficult for Angel Investigations. Wolfram and Hart continue with their hidden agenda. An unexpected 'rescue attempt' proves interesting for the LA team.
Welcome to the Dollhouse, the lab where mind-wiped individuals wait to be imprinted with new and ever-changing personalities. Join Echo on her journey to discover who she was and who she is. From Joss Whedon and starring Eliza Dushku as Echo.
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Sounds to me like SMG would do better to close, or at least make very private, her social media accounts. She sounds happy. She doesn't need the negativity of the rest of the world tainting her life, which social media is an expert at doing. I'm in a discussion now (not this instant) that the world would probably be better off without social media.
anyone ever think of unfollowing SMG on social media? All she does is talk about her kids her husband shannon doerty and ads. Shes so goody goody and does not want to act anymore it seems. I just get annoyed at all her cutesey posts