Yeah, baby. He’s back.
It’s getting dark in Sunnydale as Lani and Noelle bask in Angelus’ evil glee, Oz’s awesome, and Buffy’s pain for a discussion of “Surprise” (S3.13) and “Innocence” (S3.14).
It says nothing. It means nothing. This whole egg experiment thing is completely pointless.
For once, Lani and Noelle are on Xander’s side as they try really hard to find interesting things to say about “Bad Eggs.” (S2.12).
We adore you. Well, that’s the cookies talking, but you rock!
It’s creepy robot time as Noelle and Lani talk power and responsibility, ponder the mix of science fiction and fantasy, and keep that Giles and Jenny ship cruising in “Ted.” (S2.11).
It’s your lucky day. Two Slayers. No waiting.
It’s two for the price of one as Noelle and Lani welcome Kendra to town, love up on Oz, and celebrate the sapling that will grow to become Spuffy ship in “What’s My Line?” (S2.9-10).
Can’t you just imagine them getting together?
We’re getting dark as the love blooms between Jenny and Rupert “Ripper” Giles in The Dark Age (S2.08) until a demon from his past takes over her present, and it all goes to hell. But still… Rupert + Jenny 4-eva! We ship it. We ship it hard.
Lani and Noelle feel Buffy’s pain as her first crush comes to town for a visit, and proves himself to be a floppy-haired douchebag in spirit, if not in hairstyle, in Lie to Me (S2.07).
Wondering what episodes or movies you need to watch to keep up with the Chipperish schedule? Wonder no more! Here it all is!
“Hey, Cordelia. Geez, you’re like a great big cat.”
It’s the first Buffy Halloween episode, and Lani and Noelle are loving empowered Willow, dark Giles and, of course, every little bit of Oz that we get in Halloween (S2.06).
And you! You’re gonna live forever! You don’t have time for a cup of coffee?
It’s floppy-haired douchebags on parade and Lani and Noelle are having none of them, while celebrating kick-ass damsels and great story structure in Reptile Boy (S2.05).