Episode 36: Go Fish


Cory and Laine talk about the serious questions this foulness of an episode poses. Things such as, would an Angel/Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman crossover work? We say yes, and its name is Dr. Angel, Medicine Vamp. The part of “Hank” will be played by Spike. We’ll take no further questions over this.

But also, do the Scoobies actually lead Jonathan down the road of the black arts? Just how smart was this gym teacher? Do you think his gun was Russian issued? And who could eat Conchata Ferrell?!

Thank you for listening to our discussion on Season 2, Episode 20: Go Fish



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Music for this episode is “Digging a Grave,” by Shadows from the Underground, and is used under license from Audiosocket.

One thought on “Episode 36: Go Fish

  1. Re: Wentworth Miller, I first saw him in this episode of Buffy, but shortly after that, I saw him in an episode of Popular, the Ryan Murphy high school show on the WB that aired around 2000. I don’t know if either of you have watched this, but here’s one of the (very Ryan Murphy-esque) clips from his episode on that show, where he blackmails himself onto the cheerleading team: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmNVFVkwLoo

    Laine, I loved your point about Xander not always valuing himself, and that affecting how he treats his girlfriends. I’m definitely going to keep that in mind continuing to go through the episodes.

    Cory, your note about how no one actually looks at someone from the feet up reminded me of another random visual issue I had later in the series: in the episode in season 5 with the alien (outer space demon?) is crawling all over the Summers’ ceilings and in reality there’s absolutely no way that it wouldn’t immediately be seen by everyone in the house.

    I think you both addressed the sexual assault issues in this episode really well; I can’t think of anything to add to it. The way the episode handles it is just very… not nuanced, and not particularly well thought out. It think it’s only very recently in TV shows that sexual assault is being portrayed in a more sensitive way (and is not portrayed as much as I think it was at one point, where it was used more for shock value).

    Your mentions of where season 3 might rank made me think of my own season rankings: 2, 3, 4, 1, 6, 5, 7. This list is heavily biased by my own personal nostalgia and the fact that I really am not much of a fan of season 7 (I was also not a fan of Glory). The seasons ranked in the middle might switch around as I rewatch.

    I’m going to go look into more about Conchata Ferrell and Millicent Patrick now. 🙂


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