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Buffy the Vampire Slayer

  • 1997
  • Season 2
  • 22 episodes
  • Fantasy
  • Drama

Summary

The minions of deceased enemy the Master plot to bring him back to life; Buffy discovers grave-robbers are trying to build a woman out of parts from dead bodies; and vampire couple Spike (James Marsters) and Drusilla (Juliet Landau) arrive in Sunnydale to wreak havoc.

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Episode 19: I Only Have Eyes for You

Summary

Sunnydale High is rocked by a series of strange supernatural events caused by the tortured ghosts of two lovers, who possess living people and force them to re-enact their final moments - with fatal results. As Willow plans an exorcism, Buffy is troubled by the similarities between the ghosts and her own tragic relationship with Angel, while Giles becomes convinced Jenny Calendar is trying to contact him from beyond the grave

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Details

Released on
2000-02-24
Languages
English
Formats
Colour

Credits

Cast

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Buffy SummersSarah Michelle Gellar
Rupert GilesAnthony Stewart Head
Angel/AngelusDavid Boreanaz
Willow RosenbergAlyson Hannigan
Xander HarrisNicholas Brendon
Cordelia ChaseCharisma Carpenter
Grace NewmanMeredith Salenger
James StanleyChristopher Gorham
SpikeJames Marsters
DrusillaJuliet Landau
Principal SnyderArmin Shimerman
Mrs FrankMiriam Flynn
GeorgeJohn Hawkes
Police chiefBrian Reddy

Crew

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DirectorJames Whitmore Jr
WriterMarti Noxon

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