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Season 2

13 :02x01 - When She Was Bad

Sep/15/1997
Buffy returns from L.A. to begin the new school year. It soon becomes evident that Buffy's behaviour has changed for the worse, and everyone suspects that it's linked to her fateful encounter with the Master. Unbeknownst to the gang, the Anointed One and his followers plot to resurrect the vampire, forcing Buffy to stop them or face the Master again.
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Ms. Calendar (credited as Robia La Morte) | Andrew J. Ferchland as The Anointed One | Dean Butler (1) as Hank Summers | Brent Jennings as Absalom | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Tamara Braun as Tara | Cibo Matto as Themselves
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon
Songs: Alison Krauss & Union Station -- It Doesn't Matter, Cibo Matto -- Spoon, Cibo Matto -- Sugar Water

14 :02x02 - Some Assembly Required

Sep/22/1997
The Scoobies discover open graves that are the result of a collective grave robbery. After happening upon the bodies with missing parts, they find out that someone is trying to construct a woman. With no missing heads, Buffy races to stop the wannabe Dr Frankenstein from taking a fresh one and completing their twisted science experiment.
Guest Stars: Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar (credited as Robia La Morte) | Angelo Spizzirri as Chris Epps | Michael Bacall as Eric | Ingo Neuhaus as Daryl Epps | Melanie MacQueen as Mrs. Epps |
Co-Guest Stars: Amanda Wilmshurst as Cheerleader

15 :02x03 - School Hard

Sep/29/1997
Between Snyder and her mother, Buffy dreads Parent-Teacher night. However, it might be moot given the upcoming Night of Saint Vigeous where the Anointed One and his followers plan to attack in full force. Things are made even worse by the arrival a vampire named Spike who has killed two Slayers in the past and promises to make Buffy his hat trick.
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar (credited as Robia La Morte) | Andrew J. Ferchland as The Anointed One | James Marsters as Spike | Alexandra Johnes as Sheila | Gregory Scott Cummins as Big Ugly | Andrew Palmer (1) as Lean Boy | Brian Reddy as Police Chief Bob | Juliet Landau as Drusilla | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Keith MacKechnie as Parent | Alan Abelew as Brian Kirch | Joanie Pleasant as Helpless Girl | Nickel as Themselves
Director: John Kretchmer
Songs: Nickel -- 1000 Nights, Nickel -- Stupid Things

16 :02x04 - Inca Mummy Girl

Oct/06/1997
An Incan mummy is released and assumes the identity of the foreign exchange student living with the Summers. Xander is immediately smitten with her, and while the two begin a loving relationship, he and the others are unaware that she must drain the life force from others to remain alive.
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Ara Celi as Inca Mummy/Ampata | Seth Green as Oz |
Co-Guest Stars: Jason Hall (1) as Devon | Henrik Rosvall as Sven | Clayne Crawford as Rodney (credited as Joey Crawford) | Danny Strong as Jonathan | Kristen Winnicki as Gwen | Gil Birmingham as Peru Man (Bodyguard) | Samuel Jacobs as Peruvian Boy (Ampata Gutierrez) |
Uncredited: Bernard White as Tour Guide
Songs: Four Star Mary -- Fate, Four Star Mary -- Shadows

17 :02x05 - Reptile Boy

Oct/13/1997
Buffy feels she has no social life due to Giles's taxing schedule and Angel's reluctance to dating. She rebels by setting aside her better judgement and going with Cordelia on a double-date with a couple of college boys. What they do not know is that the fraternity they belong to has built its power on a long tradition of worship and sacrificing girls to a demon.
Guest Stars: Greg Vaughan as Richard | Todd Babcock as Tom Warner | Jordana Spiro as Callie |
Co-Guest Stars: Robin Atkin Downes as Machida | Danny Strong as Jonathan | Christopher Dahlberg as Tackle | Jason Posey as Linebacker | Coby Bell as Young Man |
Uncredited: Scott Duthie as Frat Brother #2 | Kavan Smith as Man
Director: David Greenwalt
Songs: Act of Faith -- Bring Me On, Louie Says -- She

18 :02x06 - Halloween

Oct/27/1997
While chaperoning trick-or-treaters on Halloween, Buffy, Xander, and Willow, as well as several others in town, find themselves transforming into the personas of their costumes. Spike sees the chaos as an opportunity, especially when he finds that Buffy is now stuck in the role as a helpless noble woman.
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | James Marsters as Spike | Robin Sachs as Ethan Rayne | Juliet Landau as Drusilla | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Larry Bagby as Larry | Abigail Gershman as Girl |
Uncredited: Marjorie Lovett as Mrs. Parker
Songs: Treble Charger -- How She Died, Epperley -- Shy

19 :02x07 - Lie to Me

Nov/03/1997
Buffy is visited by Ford, an old friend from her old high school. While she is relieved that she doesn't have to hide her Slayer identity from him, a jealous Angel, along with Willow and Xander, discover that Ford is himself hiding something from Buffy.
Guest Stars: Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar (credited as Robia La Morte) | James Marsters as Spike | Jason Behr as Billy "Ford" Fordham | Jarrad Paul as Diego | Juliet Landau as Drusilla |
Co-Guest Stars: Will Rothhaar as James | Julia Lee as Chanterelle |
Uncredited: Julie Michaels as Julia | Todd McIntosh as Sunset Club Greeter
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon
Songs: Shawn Clement & Sean Murry -- Blood of a Stranger, Willoughby -- Lois on the Brink, The Sisters of Mercy -- Never Land, Creaming Jesus -- Reptile

20 :02x08 - The Dark Age

Nov/10/1997
Giles learns that he can't outrun his sins when a demon he helped summon during his rebellious youth comes back for he and his then circle of friends. With the demon now narrowing its target onto Giles, he soon finds those closest to him in danger due to the reckless past he had hoped they would never discover.
Guest Stars: Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar (credited as Robia La Morte) | Robin Sachs as Ethan Rayne | Stuart McLean as Philip Henry |
Co-Guest Stars: Wendy Way as Dierdre | Michael Earl Reid as Custodian | Daniel Henry Murray as Creepy Cult Guy | Carlease Burke as Detective Winslow | Tony Sears as Morgue Attendent | John Bellucci as Man |
Uncredited: Chris O'Hara as Vampire

21 :02x09 - What's My Line? (1)

Nov/17/1997
Career Week at Sunnydale High leads Buffy to question where her Slayer duties will leave her in terms of a stable future. In the meantime, she must be on guard for the Order of Taraka, a collection of assassins who Spike has sicced on Buffy to distract her as he tries to find a way to restore Drusilla to full health.
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | James Marsters as Spike | Eric Saiet as Dalton | Kelly Connell as Norman Pfister | Bianca Lawson as Kendra | Saverio Guerra as Willy | Juliet Landau as Drusilla | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Michael Rothhaar as Suitman | Patricia Bethune as Mrs. Kalish |
Uncredited: Spice Williams as Patrice | Scott Duthie as Vampire
Director: David Solomon

22 :02x10 - What's My Line? (2)

Nov/24/1997
The revelation of a new Slayer relieves Buffy of worry of her duties, but she soon finds herself back in battle when she discovers that Spike has taken Angel who is the key to curing Drusilla. The two Slayers must coordinate their methods to stop the upcoming ritual.
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | Saverio Guerra as Willy | Kelly Connell as Norman Pfister | Bianca Lawson as Kendra | James Marsters as Spike | Juliet Landau as Drusilla |
Co-Guest Stars: Danny Strong as Hostage Kid |
Uncredited: Spice Williams as Patrice
Director: David Semel
Writer: Marti Noxon

23 :02x11 - Ted

Dec/08/1997
Buffy discovers that her mother has a boyfriend. Everyone quickly takes to Ted, except Buffy. While many dismiss it as stepfather issues, the more Buffy finds out about Ted, the more her dislike for him is justified.
Special Guest Stars: John Ritter as Ted |
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar | Ken Thorley as Neal | James MacDonald (1) as Detective Stein (credited as James G. MacDonald) |
Co-Guest Stars: Jeff Langton as Vampire |
Uncredited: Jeff Pruitt as Vampire

24 :02x12 - Bad Eggs

Jan/12/1998
As if hunting down a couple of cowboy vampires is enough for Buffy, she also has to take care of an egg for a health class assignment. After a few tireless nights, she discovers that there's something amiss with her egg.
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Jeremy Ratchford as Lyle Gorch | James Parks as Tector Gorch | Rick Zieff as Mr. Whitmore |
Co-Guest Stars: Danny Strong as Johnathan | Brie McCaddin as Cute Girl | Eric Whitmore as Night Watchman
Director: David Greenwalt
Writer: Marti Noxon

25 :02x13 - Surprise (1)

Jan/19/1998
Buffy's 17th birthday is approaching, but she is more concerned about Angel, due to a troubling dream where he was killed by Drusilla. The fear is not unwarranted, as a healthy Drusilla and wheelchair-bound Spike have begun assembling The Judge, a powerful demon with the ability to burn down humanity.
Special Guest Stars: Vincent Schiavelli as Enios |
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar | Brian Thompson as The Judge | Eric Saiet as Dalton | James Marsters as Spike | Juliet Landau as Drusilla |
Uncredited: Roger Stoneburner as Vampire
Director: Michael Lange
Writer: Marti Noxon
Songs: Shawn Clement & Sean Murry, Vocals by Care Howe -- Anything, Rasputina -- Transylvanian Concubine

26 :02x14 - Innocence (2)

Jan/20/1998
As if the apocalyptic situation with The Judge isn't bad enough, the curse inflicted upon Angel has been lifted. With no soul, Angel has reverted to his evil ways and joined forces with Spike and Drusilla. Buffy must now put aside her feelings for the man she once loved and come to terms with the monster he's become.
Special Guest Stars: Vincent Schiavelli as Enios |
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar | Brian Thompson as The Judge | Ryan Francis as Soldier | James Marsters as Spike | Juliet Landau as Drusilla |
Co-Guest Stars: James Lurie as Teacher | Carla Madden as Woman | Parry Shen as Student
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon

27 :02x15 - Phases

Jan/27/1998
With Buffy dealing with the loss of Angel, Cordelia is frustrated with Xander, and Willow yearns to develop a more affectionate relationship with Oz.

Meanwhile, a werewolf is on the loose in Sunnydale, and the Scoobies race to find out who it is. They must stop the creature, not just from others, but also for its own sake, as a hunter aims to kill it to sell its pelt.
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | Camila Griggs as Miss Litto | Jack Conley as Cain |
Co-Guest Stars: Larry Bagby as Larry | Megahn Perry as Theresa | Keith Campbell (1) as Werewolf | Lotion as Themselves
Songs: Lotion -- Blind for Now

28 :02x16 - Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered

Feb/10/1998
Under pressure from her friends, Cordelia breaks up with Xander, on Valentine's Day of all days. Hoping to get her back, he has Amy preform a love spell for him. Unfortunately, it has the opposite effect, making every woman in sight but Cordelia go crazy over Xander.
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar | Elizabeth Anne Allen as Amy Madison | Mercedes McNab as Harmony | Lorna Scott as Miss Beakman | James Marsters as Spike | Juliet Landau as Drusilla |
Co-Guest Stars: Jason Hall (1) as Devon | Jennie Chester as Kate | Kristen Winnicki as Cordette | Tamara Braun as Frenzied Girl | Scott Hamm as Jock
Writer: Marti Noxon
Songs: Naked -- Drift Away, Average White Band -- Got the Love, Four Star Mary -- Pain

29 :02x17 - Passion

Feb/24/1998
At Buffy's urging, Giles and Jenny try to reconcile their relationship. As Jenny is on the verge of cracking a spell that could restore Angel's soul, Angel's emotional torture of Buffy is getting worse, eventually leading to an act that will haunt Buffy and friends for a long time to come.
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar | Richard Assad as Shopkeeper | James Marsters as Spike | Juliet Landau as Drusilla |
Co-Guest Stars: Danny Strong as Student | Richard Hoyt Miller as Policeman
Songs: Morcheeba -- Never an Easy Way, Giacomo Puccini -- O soave fanciulla

30 :02x18 - Killed by Death

Mar/03/1998
Buffy is overcome with the flu and taken to the hospital. She is eager to get out due to a phobia of hospitals that stems from a childhood incident, but soon discovers that something is stalking the children's wing.
Guest Stars: Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Richard Herd as Dr. Stanley Backer | Willie Garson as Guard | Andrew Ducote as Ryan | Juanita Jennings as Dr. Wilkinson |
Co-Guest Stars: Robert Munic as Intern | Mimi Paley as Little Buffy | Denise Johnson as Celia | James Jude Courtney as Kindestod
Director: Deran Sarafian

31 :02x19 - I Only Have Eyes For You

Apr/28/1998
A violent lovers spate is reenacted again and again in the halls of Sunnydale High School. With the spirits of a student and his teacher repeatedly possessing people and carrying out the murder-suicide that occurred forty-three years earlier, the Scoobies scramble to put an end the tragic cycle.
Guest Stars: Meredith Salenger as Grace Newman (credited as Meredith Salinger) | Christopher Gorham as James Stanley | John Hawkes as George | Miriam Flynn as Mrs. Frank | Brian Reddy as Police Chief Bob | James Marsters as Spike | Juliet Landau as Drusilla | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder | Brian Poth as Fighting Boy | Sarah Bibb as Fighting Girl |
Co-Guest Stars: James Lurie as Mr. Miller | Ryan Taszreak as Ben | Anna Coman-Hidy as 50's Girl #1 | Vanessa Bednar as 50's Girl #2 | Angie Hart as Herself (credited as Splendid)
Writer: Marti Noxon
Songs: Splendid -- Charge, The Flamingos -- I Only Have Eyes for You

32 :02x20 - Go Fish

May/05/1998
A creature appears to be targeting members of the swim team, with two already found by nothing more than their skin. Buffy keeps a watchful eye on the most likely next target, while the others try to find out about the origin of the monster.
Guest Stars: Charles Cyphers as Coach Marin | Jeremy Garrett as Cameron Walker | Wentworth Miller as Gage Petronzi | Conchata Ferrell as Nurse Greenliegh | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Danny Strong as Jonathan | Jake Patellis as Dodd McAlvy | Shane West as Sean
Director: David Semel
Songs: Nero's Rome -- If You's Listen, Naked -- Mann's Chinese

33 :02x21 - Becoming (1)

May/12/1998
Buffy has resolved to finally fight Angel just as he plans to awaken the demon Acathla and suck the world into Hell. However, her decision is clouded by the discovery of Jenny's spell that could restore Angel's soul.
Special Guest Stars: Max Perlich as Whistler |
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Julie Benz as Darla | Bianca Lawson as Kendra | Jack McGee as Doug Perren | Richard Riehle as Merrick | James Marsters as Spike | Juliet Landau as Drusilla | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Shannon Welles as Gypsy Woman | Zitto Kazann as Gypsy Man | Ginger Williams as Girl | Nina Gervitz as Teacher |
Uncredited: Dean Butler (1) as Hank Summers | Sophia Crawford as Vampire
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon

34 :02x22 - Becoming (2)

May/19/1998
With Giles being tortured by Angel to reveal the secret to awakening Acathla, Buffy is in a race against time. Even with an unlikely ally helping her, Buffy will have to face heartbreak and hardship along her way to face Angel alone.
Special Guest Stars: Max Perlich as Whistler |
Guest Stars: Seth Green as Oz | Kristine Sutherland as Joyce Summers | Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar | James MacDonald (1) as Detective Stein (credited as James G. MacDonald) | James Marsters as Spike | Juliet Landau as Drusilla | Armin Shimerman as Principal Snyder |
Co-Guest Stars: Susan Leslie as First Cop | Thomas G. Waites as Second Cop |
Uncredited: Roger Stoneburner as Vampire
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon
Songs: Sarah McLachlan -- Full of Grace
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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