Episode 39: Season 2 Wrap-Up


Thanks for joining us for another long episode! In this episode, we look at the season as a whole- where it sits compared to Season 1, how the characters have developed, characters we’ve loved and lost, plus a surprising amount of statistics?

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

2 thoughts on “Episode 39: Season 2 Wrap-Up

  1. So I’m a bit behind and it might take me a little while to catch up, as I’m moving (again) and it’s very annoying, as moving always is. But I just finished listening to this episode and wanted to throw in just a couple of comments:

    1. I’m with you entirely on your love of Chanterelle/Lily/Anne. I love that she finds something within herself (with Buffy’s help in this episode) that keeps her going, and we later get to see on Angel just how well she does. Is it weird to feel proud of a fictional character? Who cares, I’m proud of her. She’s actually in the very last episode of Angel, I think. Gunn goes to her to ask what they’re supposed to do if it’s the end of the world, and she confidently says she’s going to keep helping people just like she has been for the last several years. So yeah. Love Anne.

    2. This is very random, but the mentions of cults made me think of the NXIVM documentary The Vow, which I recently finished watching. One of the people who featured heavily in that documentary, Mark Vicente, directed a documentary before joining NXIVM called ‘What the bleep do we know?!’ and Armin Shimerman was in it. I remember, because I actually had to watch that documentary for a class I took in undergrad on cults and covens (very fun and informative class) and remember being like “…is that Snyder??”


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