Spiffy! The fourteenth episode from
the second season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer brings us to
Innocence. In the conclusion to this two-parter, Angel has lost a
soul, but gained some swagger. This does not bode well for Buffy,
after having done some "stuff" with Angel the night before. Thanks
to Jenny Calendar's Gypsy ancestors, and their inability to let
things go, Angel's cursed. Buffy soon learns the hard way that you
really do hurt the ones you "love". Can she bring herself to do
what must be done? Is there a weapon forged that can destroy The
Judge? Do you really not know the answers to these questions by
Join Rachel Gatlin and I as we discuss inconsistent wardrobes,
Gellar's heartbreaking performance, sexual milestones, an
ever-expanding Sunnydale, a strange appreciation for matchbooks and
the latest game to sweep the nation, Six Degrees Of Joss
defines "Wiggins" as:
The state of being uncomfortable or freaked out.
I want to go home, this place gives
me the wiggins.
Just as before, please listen for the preemptive countdown before
beginning the episode on your DVD.