Join ReWatchable as we discuss Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 6, episode 18, “Entropy,” and Angel season 3, episode 18, “Double or Nothing.”

Superfans: Karen and Caitlin
Newbies: Kristen and Mitch

Fun Facts:
Karen is finally feeling better, thanks to some over-the-counter drugs. Mitch had a Gilmore Girls-esque moment in his town, complete with yummy gelato. Kristen is dancing with joy over her Detroit Lions starting their season 1-0 with their victory today over the Arizona Cardinals. Caitlin is hunkered down with Gage ready for the onslaught of what will be Tropical Storm Irma by the time she gets to Atlanta.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 6, episode 18, “Entropy”:

-Jonathan: Will he stick with the trio or defect?
-We have a lot of Xander thoughts.
-Halfrek is back and gives Anya a chance for some girl talk/venting.
-However, her advice is maybe not the best.
-Dawn learned her lesson with the “W” word. *praise*
-Anya may not have found what she wanted with Buffy, Willow, and Dawn, but thank heavens Spike is around.
-Spike and Anya find solace in each other… and then they have sex, too.
-Xander’s reactions to Anya’s sleeping with Spike, and then Buffy, as well, are definitely problematic.
-Some of us would be okay with Xander and Anya getting back together eventually, and some of us are definitely a hard no.
-Buffy and Dawn are working on their sisterly bond and it’s adorable.
-So Willow and Tara are making serious inroads… and then they make out.
-Should Tara be going back to Willow?
-Favorite Scenes
-Favorite Lines

Angel season 3, episode 18, “Double or Nothing”:
-We have a lot of thoughts about her hair.
-She is there to be supportive of Angel, to the detriment of Wesley.
-We really wish Cordy would have gone to see Wes.
-Wesley kind of has nobody on his side.
-Shout out to Groo for being cute.
-Gunn sold his soul for a truck. Discuss.
-A brief discussion of souls in the Buffy-verse, and why we were annoyed by all the talk about Gunn and his soul in this episode.
-Gunn hits Fred WAY below the belt and while we see what was going on, it doesn’t entirely make sense.
-What does it mean that Angel is taking the crib apart at the end?
-Favorite Scenes
-Favorite Lines

Listener Feedback:
-Someone’s ending every Angel episode with a scream these days.
-Sometimes you just need more David in your life.
-And a few thoughts about the uselessness of the Trio and Wes’ big plan.

Mitch’s Musings/Kristen’s Kontemplations:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 6, episode 19, “Seeing Red”
Angel season 3, episode 19, “The Price”

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