Not so much with the specifics is it relatable, but it's the most relatable in how I felt at that age. I very much experienced Xander's listless malaise about his place in the world, though that translated in reality to clinical depression lol. Good times.S4 was one of the least relatable seasons for me. Perhaps why s5 appealed so much. What aspects of s4 were true to your growing up experience?
Same here. Also my college never looked as fantastic as the Buffy college looked either 😩I can't honestly say S4 was relatable to me personally - at least not the depiction of the college experience. I went to college, but I was a "commuter" student, lived off campus and worked part-time.
I'm not sure about sets but I totally agree about the fight scenes. The fight scenes were so great in Season 4 and it's such a shame that we changed stunt teams for Season 5. They were getting so, so good and it's incredibly noticeable how different the stunts are after this season. Buffy was depicted as being so quick and powerful in Season 4 and then all of a sudden she's much slower and doing all these unnecessary gymnastics and flips. It's such a shame we didn't get to have the Buffy VS Glory scenes choreographed by Pruitt *sigh*Seriously production wise I think S4 had the best sets and fight scenes on the show.