Vampires of the world, beware!
What does the BuffyBot say about the complexity of Spike’s love? Lani and Noelle try to figure it out in Intervention (S5.18).
We liked the lady.
It’s coding, love stories vs. romance, and Spike as the essence of ride or die in Forever (S5.17).
Lani and Noelle process the five one-act plays of grief in “The Body” (S5.16).
“‘Crying is blackmail. Good girlfriends don’t cry,’ is the girlfriend catechism,” is a thing Noelle said in this week’s episode, talking about the deep philosophical questions inspired by the sci-fi in I Was Made to Love You (S5.15).
So you need to listen.
He’s got cool hair, and he’s got leather coats and stuff.
Spike confesses his love for Buffy, and Lani and Noelle confess their love for Harmony, in our review of Crush (S5.14).
Conversation’s over, hell-bitch.
The Summers sisters bond over blood, and Lani and Noelle ponder the nature of reality in Blood Ties (S5.13).
If that girl’s the only thing between me and my key, I don’t need much time.
Lani and Noelle discuss Buffy’s beautiful smackdown of the Watcherarchy in Checkpoint (S5.12).
I have finesse! I have finesse coming out of my bottom!
It’s time for a game of Xander-in-the-middle as Lani and Noelle examine the sitcommy trollness that is Triangle (S5.11).
All views are represented as Lani and Noelle disagree heartily on Into the Woods (S5.10).