Giles faces his destiny with a little assistance from an unexpected quarter
A ritual is what you say it is
Serves in a Whirlwind
Giles struggles to keep life in Sunnydale under control after Buffy runs away
Giles and Dawn's infamous "talk about boys" from "I Was Made to Love You"
Giles deals with Joyce's death
The Complement of Hell
Giles made his own demand of the Council in "Checkpoint"
Nice Is Different Than Good
Following the spiral of his addiction downwards, Riley runs into someone
Folie a Deux
Giles went home, as he'd initially intended, after "Buffy vs. Dracula"
(Rated R) [Special warning: schmoop produced by excessive worrying about a character's well-being. ]
Anywhere But Here
Dawn takes a field trip and has educational fun
Extreme, and Scatt'ring Bright
Spike learns to settle
Cure for Pain
Ethan discovers a new drug
All Tomorrow's Parties
For Thursday's child is Sunday's clown, for whom none will go mourning
Messengers of Grey
Oz prowls in London
All Work and No Play
Giles. Ethan. Xander. Jack Daniels. ...And Milton Bradley?
Giles tries to barter
The Boy in the Bubble
Oz keeps his cool
Figuring It All Out
A new threat menaces Buffy and her friends; can they enlist Spike's help?
Oz keeps panicking
Xander copes with Sunnydale media
A Stranger and a Sojourner
What is left for Giles to believe in?
Til It Bleeds Daylight
"People have tried."
A coven in Devon? I'd like to test that theory...
Lindsey discovers just how high a price he may have to pay for putting his faith in Wolfram & Hart
Minst'ring Angel Thou
Three "Angel" characters were admitted to the hospital the night of "Shanshu"...
And A Dollar Short
Gunn learns that nice guys finish last
Intrateam communication is facilitated
Wesley has made a decision; Gunn finds out
Wesley really should know better by now
Some people actually did redefine themselves during the "beige" arc