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Season 1

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A slayer, trying to escape her destiny comes to a new town looking for a fresh start, but finds anything but.
Starring Roles: Riff Regan as Willow Rosenberg |
Guest Stars: Nicole Bilderback as Cordette | Amy Chance as Aprodeshia | Mercedes McNab as Harmony | Julie Benz as Darla | Stephen Tobolowsky as Principal Flutie | Persia White as Aura
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon
Songs: Dionne Farris -- I Know, Rancid -- Salvation

1 :01x01 - Welcome to the Hellmouth (1)

Mar/10/1997
Vampire Slayer Buffy Summers hopes to start anew in the small town of Sunnydale. However, she soon finds that she can't outrun fate, as not only is her new home a fountain of supernatural activity, but her arrival coincides with the arising of a great evil. Now Buffy must embrace her responsibilities to help her new friends.
Guest Stars: Mark Metcalf as The Master | Brian Thompson as Luke | David Boreanaz as Angel | Ken Lerner as Principal Flutie | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Julie Benz as Darla | J. Patrick Lawlor as Thomas | Eric Balfour as Jesse |
Co-Guest Stars: Natalie Strauss as Teacher | Carmine Giovinazzo as Boy (credited as Carmine D. Giovinazzo) | Amy Chance as Girl #1 | Tupelo Jereme as Girl #2 | Persia White as Girl #3 |
Uncredited: Sprung Monkey as Themselves
Writer: Joss Whedon
Songs: Sprung Monkey -- Believe, Mindtribe -- Losing Ground, Sprung Monkey -- Right My Wrong, Sprung Monkey -- Saturated, Sprung Monkey -- Swirl, Sprung Monkey -- Things Are Changing

2 :01x02 - The Harvest (2)

Mar/10/1997
Following their encounter, Buffy's new friends are now aware of vampires and that she is a Slayer. Before they can get adjusted, Watcher Giles discovers the nature of the Harvest. They must now put a stop to an event that will free the dreaded vampire known as the Master and bring with him a literal Hell on Earth.
Guest Stars: Mark Metcalf as The Master | Brian Thompson as Luke | David Boreanaz as Angel | Ken Lerner as Principal Flutie | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Julie Benz as Darla | Eric Balfour as Jesse |
Co-Guest Stars: Mercedes McNab as Harmony | Jeffrey Steven Smith as Guy in Comp. Class | Teddy Lane, Jr. as Bouncer | Deborah Brown as Girl |
Uncredited: Chris Doyle as Colin | Kerry Zook as First Female Victim
Director: John Kretchmer
Writer: Joss Whedon
Songs: Dashboard Confessional -- Ballad for Dead Friends, Dashboard Confessional -- Wearing Me Down

3 :01x03 - Witch

Mar/17/1997
In an attempt to lead a normal teenage life, Buffy auditions to be a cheerleader. She soon discovers that someone else wants to make the squad and is casting spells to cut out the competition.
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Elizabeth Anne Allen as Amy Madison | Robin Riker as Catherine |
Co-Guest Stars: Jim Doughan as Mr. Pole | Nicole Prescott as Lishanne | Amanda Wilmshurst as Senior Cheerleader | William Monaghan as Dr. Gregory
Director: Stephen Cragg
Writer: Dana Reston
Songs: Humbucker -- Count the Time, 2 Unlimited -- Twilight Zone

4 :01x04 - Teacher's Pet

Mar/25/1997
Xander's hormones shift from Buffy to Miss French, a substitute for the deceased biology teacher. While tracking his killer and a dangerous vampire, Buffy begins to figure out that there's more to the new teacher than meets the eye.
Guest Stars: David Boreanaz as Angel | Ken Lerner as Principal Flutie | Musetta Vander as Miss Natalie French | Jackson Price as Blaine | Jean Speegle Howard as Real Miss French |
Co-Guest Stars: William Monaghan as Dr. Gregory | Jack Knight (1) as Homeless Guy | Michael Ross Verona as Teacher | Karim Oliver as Bud #1 | Super Fine as Themselves
Songs: Superfine -- Already Met You, Superfine -- Stoner Love

5 :01x05 - Never Kill a Boy on the First Date

Mar/31/1997
While trying to maintain a normal dating life, Buffy finds it interrupted by the fulfilment of an ancient prophesy that foretells the rising of a vampire known as the Anointed One, a powerful warrior to the Master.
Guest Stars: Mark Metcalf as The Master | David Boreanaz as Angel | Christopher Wiehl as Owen Thurman | Geoff Meed as Andrew Borba |
Co-Guest Stars: Paul-Felix Montez as Mysterious Guy | Robert Mont as Van Driver | Andrew J. Ferchland as Boy | Velvet Chain as Themselves
Director: David Semel
Songs: Rubber -- Junkie Girl, Kim Richy -- Let the Sun Fall Down, Three Day Wheely -- Rotten Apples, Velvet Chain -- Strong, Velvet Chain -- Treason

6 :01x06 - The Pack

Apr/07/1997
Along with four bullies, Xander becomes possessed with a hyena spirit and they begin to roam the school as a pack, taunting and picking on weaker students. However, their behaviour begins to become increasingly animalistic and even dangerous, leaving Buffy, Giles, and Willow to undo the possession before things get worse.
Guest Stars: Ken Lerner as Principal Flutie | Eion Bailey as Kyle | Michael McCraine as Rhonda | Brian Gross as Tor | Jennifer Sky as Heidi | Jeff Maynard as Lance | James Stephens (1) as Dr. Wierick |
Co-Guest Stars: David Brisbin as Mr. Anderson | Barbara Whinnery as Mrs. Anderson (credited as Barbara K. Whinnery) | Gregory White as Coach Herrold | Justin Jon Ross as Joey | Jeffrey Steven Smith as Adam | Patrese Borem as Young Woman
Songs: Dashboard Confessional -- All You Want, Far -- Job's Eye, Sprung Monkey -- Reluctant Man

7 :01x07 - Angel

Apr/14/1997
As the Master ramps up his attacks on the Slayer, so does the romantic tension between Buffy and Angel. Ultimately, a moment of weakness between the two leads to the secret that Angel has been holding back since their first encounter.
Guest Stars: Mark Metcalf as The Master | David Boreanaz as Angel | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Julie Benz as Darla |
Co-Guest Stars: Andrew J. Ferchland as Collin | Charles Wesley as Meanest Vamp
Director: Scott Brazil
Songs: Sophie Zelmani -- I'll Remember You

8 :01x08 - I, Robot... You, Jane

Apr/28/1997
Willow begins an online relationship with a boy named Malcolm. Worried about who Malcolm is and his motives, Buffy begins investigating and soon she, Xander, and Giles discover that Willow is actually chatting with Moloch, a demon who draws devoted followers. Originally bound in a book, he is now trapped in cyberspace where his access to knowledge has him becoming more dangerous than he ever was as a flesh-and-blood demon.
Guest Stars: Robia LaMorte as Ms. Calendar | Chad Lindberg as Dave | Jamison Ryan as Fritz |
Co-Guest Stars: Pierrino Mascarino as Thelonius | Edith Fields as School Nurse | Damon Sharp as Male Student | Mark Deakins as Moloch |
Uncredited: Joss Whedon as Radio Host | Michael Deak as Moloch

9 :01x09 - The Puppet Show

May/05/1997
The Scoobies go up against their most horrific obstacle yet when the new principal puts Giles in charge of the Sunnydale High School talent show and forces Buffy, Xander, and Willow to participate. In the meantime, something is killing and harvesting body parts. Their prime suspect soon becomes a creepy ventriloquist dummy who may have a life of its own.
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Richard Werner as Morgan | Burke Roberts as Marc | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Lenora May as Mrs. Jackson | Chasen Hampton as Elliot | Natasha Pearce as Lisa | Tom Wyner as Sid | Krissy Carlson as Emily (Dancer) | Michelle Miracle as Locker Girl

10 :01x10 - Nightmares

May/12/1997
Sunnydale finds out that nightmares do come true when everyone's worst fears begin manifesting in reality. The only connection is a young boy seen around each incident who is himself being stalked by a monstrous looking man.
Guest Stars: Mark Metcalf as The Master | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Jeremy Foley as Billy Palmer | Andrew J. Ferchland as The Anointed One |
Co-Guest Stars: Dean Butler (1) as Hank Summers | Justin Urich as Wendell | J. Robin Miller as Laura | Terry Walters as Ms. Tishler (credited as Terry Cain) | Scott Harlan as Aldo Gianfranco | Brian Pietro as Coach | Johnny Green (2) as Way Cool Guy | Patty Ross as Cool Guy's Mom | Dom Magwili as Doctor | Sean Moran as Stage Manager
Story: Joss Whedon | Teleplay: David Greenwalt

11 :01x11 - Out of Mind, Out of Sight

May/19/1997
As Cordelia prepares to become May Queen, she is distracted by an assault on those close to her. Discovering the culprit is an invisible girl whose condition came from being ignored by those around her, Buffy and friends must set aside their differences with Cordelia in order to protect her from a revenge plot.
Guest Stars: David Boreanaz as Angel | Clea DuVall as Marcie Ross | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Ryan Bittle as Mitch | Denise Dowse as Ms. Miller | John Knight (1) as Bud #1 | Mercedes McNab as Harmony | Mark Phelan as Agent Doyle | Skip Stellrecht as Agent Manetti | Julie Fulton as FBI Teacher
Director: Reza Badiyi
Songs: Jean-S├ębastien Bach -- Siciliano

12 :01x12 - Prophecy Girl

Jun/02/1997
Buffy learns of an ancient prophecy that foretells the rising of the Master and her subsequent death. Horrified to learn this, she struggles to defeat her fate, either by avoiding it or facing it head-on.
Guest Stars: Mark Metcalf as The Master | David Boreanaz as Angel | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Ms. Calendar | Andrew J. Ferchland as The Anointed One |
Co-Guest Stars: Scott Gurney as Kevin
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon
Songs: Patsy Cline -- I Fall to Pieces, Jonatha Brooke -- Inconsolable
Warning: Buffy the Vampire Slayer guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Comedy | Drama | Horror/Supernatural | Mystery | Sci-Fi
Status: Ended
Network: UPN ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: March 10, 1997
Ended: May 20, 2003
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