In this week's episode, the gang is dealing with some trust issues. I mean, when you can't trust Willow, who can you trust? Join us as we take on techno vamp clubs, long lost frenemies, and Angel bedtime visits.
Yes, it’s Halloween time in Sunnydale. Everything should be fine, right? Buffy and the gang unfortunately takes their trek into cosplay a bit too literal. Join us as we tackle kid demons, sexy ghosts, Victorian damsels, and Xander going commando.
In this week’s episode, Buffy decides to join Cordelia for a night of fraternity fun after being let down by Angel. I’m ABSOLUTELY sure it will be a nice and chill hang out sesh, with no snake monsters or cult sacrifices. The rest of the gang is busy as well, what with Xander getting hazed, and Willow emotionally spanking Giles and Angel. Thanks for listening!
This week, the gang sat down with Jay from the band Phantasm! Check them out at -
Jay was kind enough to give us some much needed insight into Incan fashion, and social norms. Turns out, mummies are cool and spooky, but their thirst for boy-blood can be a bit of a bummer during high school dances. Let’s see what kind of a “gentleman” Xander will be to our beautiful new monster.
This week was really tough for the gang, Xander starts off with a jinx and it's all downhill from there. Join the usual suspect as they deal with blackmail, a new blonde baddie, and the worst thing a teenager can imagine – a parent teacher conference (with a dash of vamp).
In this week's episode, the gang deals with some wannabe mad doctors still in high school. Join us as we discuss bizarre universes where Xander is something to be jealous of, Giles attempts to ask out a piece of furniture, and poor parenting 101. You’ll be delighted to pieces, we promise.
We’re back! The Pop Culture Role Call gang is back and ready to dive headfirst into season 2 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. And boy, what a start. Buffy is working through some things, and no one is safe. We also find out that ice cream may be the key to a budding romance. Join us as Buffy exposes her (emotionally) killer moves, we witness a sharp rise of snarky tête-à-têtes, and we overcome the (vampire) skeletons of our past.