This time on Buffy and the Art of Story, Where the Wild Things Are (Season 4 Episode 18 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer), where a frat house once again becomes a dangerous place for everyone and Buffy and Riley can't get out of bed. This podcast episode looks at:
(1) Striking scenes, fantastic dialogue, and series foreshadowing; (2) is the Scooby Gang the protagonist? (3) an antagonist without a clear goal; (4) illogical magic; and (5) is there any theme?
Spoiler-free, except at the end (with plenty of warning).
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Next Up: New Moon Rising (Buffy S4 E19)
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