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One of the major problems with Season Six of Buffy The Vampire Slayer was the loss of metaphor in favour of a more realistic approach. Here I look at how that affected two of the season's key storylines: Buffy and Spike's relationship; and Willow's addiction.
Nerds, sadomasochism and big bad Willow? It can only be Season Six of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Was it really as troubled as it first seemed back in 2002? Let's take a second look.
Finally, after months of excitement, curiosity and, perhaps, even trepidation, Doctor Who returned to UK screens on April 3 (and to everyone else's screens in the hours and days following). Naturally, such a momentous event requires nothing less than a dedicated blog post.
A somewhat extended whinge about why TV in Australia is so awful and I why I don't bother watching it anymore.
Before I get into this let me warn you that Lost is best enjoyed unspoiled. While I'll do my best to avoid giving anything away, if you do want to tuck into season two of Lost completely untainted by foreknowledge, then look away now.