Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Season 6
20th Century Fox (2001)
TV Series  /  Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, TV Classics
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16 hr 30 mins USA / English
DVD  Region 1   NR (Not Rated)
Sarah Michelle Gellar Buffy Summers 
Nicholas Brendon Xander Harris
Alyson Hannigan Willow Rosenberg 
Anthony Head Rupert Giles
James Marsters Spike
Emma Caulfield Anya 
Michelle Trachtenberg Dawn Summers
Franc Ross Razor
Amber Benson Tara Maclay
Paul Greenberg Shempy Vampire
David Grossman
Joss Whedon
Producer Gareth Davies
Jane Espenson
Writer Joss Whedon
Steven S. DeKnight

In every generation there is a Chosen One. She alone will stand against the vampires, the demons and the forces of darkness. She is the Slayer. Sarah Michelle Gellar stars as Buffy Summers, The Chosen One, the one girl in all the world with the strength and skill to fight the vampires. With the help of her close friends, Willow (Alyson Hannigan ), Xander (Nicholas Brendon), and her Watcher Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) she balances slaying, family, friendships, and relationships.
Disc 01
 1 hr 0 mins    10/2/2001  1.  Bargaining (1)
Buffy is dead, and the Scooby Gang must do the best they can without her. But concern about the way she died leads Willow to believe that she may have been pulled into a hell dimension. Unable to bear the thought of their friend enduring eternal torment, Willow, Xander, Anya, and Tara decide to perform a resurrection spell that will bring Buffy back from the dead.
Director:  David Grossman  Writer:  Marti Noxon 
Guest starring:  Franc Ross, Geoff Meed, Paul Greenberg, Mike Grief, Joy DeMichelle Moore, Bru Muller, Robert D. Vito, Harry Johnson, Kelly Lynn Warren, Hila Levy, Richard Wharton
 1 hr 0 mins    10/2/2001  2.  Bargaining (2)
As a gang demon bikers attack, the Scooby Gang is chased away from Buffy's grave thinking that the resurrection was a failure. They do not realize that the Slayer is alive... right where they left her. Buffy is awake but disoriented and afraid as she must claw her way out of her own grave. Buffy may be alive again, but the trauma she suffers is far from over.
Director:  David Grossman  Writer:  David Fury 
Guest starring:  Franc Ross
 1 hr 0 mins    10/9/2001  3.  After Life
As Buffy and the Scoobies adjust to her resurrection, they find themselves dealing with a mysterious spirit-demon brought back with her.
Director:  David Solomon  Writer:  Jane Espenson 
Guest starring:  Lisa Hoyle
 1 hr 0 mins    10/16/2001  4.  Flooded
Buffy's life is further complicated by mounting financial problems, a flooded basement, and a warrior demon out for her blood.
Director:  Douglas Petrie  Writer:  Jane Espenson  / Douglas Petrie 
Guest starring:  Todd Stashwick, Michael Merton, John Jabaley, Brian Kolb
Disc 02
 1 hr 0 mins    10/23/2001  5.  Life Serial
The Triumvirate (aka The Geek Trio) begin their plans by testing Buffy's abilities and subsequently ruining her attempts at employment.
Director:  Nick Marck  Writer:  Jane Espenson  / David Fury 
Guest starring:  Paul Gutrecht, Noel Guglielmi, Enrique Almeida, Marcia Ann Burrs, Jonathan Goldstein, Winsome Brown, Christopher May, David J. Miller, Andrew Cooper Wasser, Richard Beatty, James C. Leary, Jennifer Shon, Jabari Hearn, Derrick McMillon, Clint Culp
 1 hr 0 mins    10/30/2001  6.  All The Way
Dawn lies to Buffy and goes out with a boy on Halloween, but when the boy turns out to be a vampire ignoring the Halloween-no-killing rule, Buffy and the guys must save her...again.
Director:  David Solomon  Writer:  Steven S. DeKnight 
Guest starring:  Steven Anthony Lawrence, John O'Leary, Kavan Reece, Amber Tamblyn, Dave Power, Dawn Worrall, Emily Kay, Adam Gordon, Sabrina Speer, Chad Erickson, Dominic Rambran, Anthony Sago, Lorin Becker, Lily Jackson, Charles Duckworth
 1 hr 0 mins    11/6/2001  7.  Once More, With Feeling
Sunnydale is alive with the sound of music as a mysterious force causes everyone in town to burst into full musical numbers, revealing their innermost secrets as they do. But some townsfolk are dancing so much that they simply burst into flames, and it becomes clear that maybe living in a musical isn't so great after all.
Director:  Joss Whedon  Writer:  Joss Whedon 
Guest starring:  Hinton Battle, Marti Noxon, David Fury, Daniel Weaver, Scot Zeller, Zachary Woodlee, Timothy Anderson, Alex Estronel, Matt Sims, Hunter Cochrane
 1 hr 0 mins    11/13/2001  8.  Tabula Rasa
Willow tries to solve too many problems with magic, accidentally making herself and the others forget who they are just as a demon loan shark and his boys come looking to collect a debt from Spike.
Director:  David Grossman  Writer:  Rebecca Rand Kirshner 
Guest starring:  Geordie White, Stephen Triplett, David Franco, Raymond O'Connor, Michelle Branch
Disc 03
 1 hr 0 mins    11/20/2001  9.  Smashed
Both Buffy and Willow are following their own paths to demon behavior: the Slayer finds a new way to lay a vampire, the Witch finds that omnipotence is cool. Rat-witch Amy is finally restored.
Director:  Turi Meyer  Writer:  Drew Z. Greenberg 
Guest starring:  Patrice Walters, John Patrick Clerkin, Janck Jozefson, Rick Garcia, Kelly Smith, Jordan Belfi, Adam Weiner, Melanie Sirmons, Lauren Nissi
 1 hr 0 mins    11/27/2001  10.  Wrecked
When they return home from their nights out, Buffy is ashamed of having slept with Spike and Willow is exhausted from casting spells all night. Amy takes Willow to a sorcerer named Rack whose particular brand of magic quickly has Willow hooked. Later, Willow and Dawn decide to go out for a movie, but Willow's recklessness with magic puts Dawn's life in danger.
Director:  David Solomon  Writer:  Marti Noxon 
Guest starring:  Jeff Kober, Fleming Brooks, Mageina Tovah, Michael Diordani, Colin Malone
 1 hr 0 mins    1/8/2002  11.  Gone
The Three Geeks mistakenly turn Buffy invisible. The Slayer takes some advantage from going unseen. Willow has to do the detective without using magic, while Xander finds Spike doing some weird physical training.
Director:  David Fury  Writer:  David Fury 
Guest starring:  Jessa French, Kelly Parver, Jeffrey Jacquin, Dwight Bacquie, Lyndon Smith, Melina Webberley, Elin Hampton, Susan Ruttan, Daniel Hagen
Disc 04
 1 hr 0 mins    1/29/2002  12.  Doublemeat Palace
When Buffy gets a job at the Doublemeat Palace, a local fast-food restaurant, she begins to believe that disappearing co-workers and the secret ingredient to the restaurant's hamburger may be connected.
Director:  Nick Marck  Writer:  Jane Espenson 
Guest starring:  Pat Crawford Brown, Brent Hinkley, Kirsten Nelson, T. Ferguson, Marion Calvert, Douglas Bennett, Andrew Reville, Kevin C. Carter, John F. Kearney, Sara Lawall, Victor Z. Isaac
 1 hr 0 mins    2/5/2002  13.  Dead Things
After Jonathan, Andrew, and Warren accidentally kill Warren's ex-girlfriend Katrina, they set Buffy up to make her believe it was she who killed the girl.
Director:  James A. Contner  Writer:  Steven S. DeKnight 
Guest starring:  Amelinda Embry, Marion Calvert, Rock Reiser, Bernard K. Addison, Eric Prescott
 1 hr 0 mins    2/12/2002  14.  Older and Far Away
After Dawn talks to a guidance counselor about her feeling lonely, she accidentally puts a spell on Buffy and her friends, trapping them inside the Summer's house with a sword-wielding demon.
Director:  Michael Gershman  Writer:  Drew Z. Greenberg 
Guest starring:  Laura Roth, Ryan Browning, Elizabeth Cazenave, Laura Silverman
 1 hr 0 mins    2/26/2002  15.  As You Were
Buffy's ex-boyfriend, Riley Finn, returns to Sunnydale with his new wife Sam to track down a nest of demons which threaten the future of the town.
Director:  Douglas Petrie  Writer:  Douglas Petrie 
Guest starring:  Ivana Milicevic, Ryan Raddatz, Adam Paul, Marilyn Brett, Alice Dinnean, Mitch Morris
Disc 05
 1 hr 0 mins    3/5/2002  16.  Hell's Bells
It's the day of Xander and Anya's wedding. Emotions are running high with Xander's disfunctional family clashing with Anya's demon friends. The ceremony is disrupted when an old man claiming to be the future Xander shows up.
Director:  David Solomon  Writer:  Rebecca Rand Kirshner 
Guest starring:  Daniel McFeeley, Rebecca Jackson, Mel Fair, Nick Kokich, Robert Noble, Julian Franco, Susannah L. Brown, Joey Hiott, Abigail Mavity, Chris Emerson, Ashleigh Ann Wood, Megan Vint, Casey Sander, Andy Umberger,  Lee Garlington
 1 hr 0 mins    3/12/2002  17.  Normal Again
After Buffy is stung by a demon, she begins to have vivid day-dreams about a mental asylum. She gradually begins to believe that she is a crazy girl back in L.A and that Sunnydale and all her friends are just a figment of her imagination.
Director:  Rick Rosenthal  Writer:  Diego Gutierrez 
Guest starring:  Dean Butler, Michael Warren, Sarah Scivier, Rodney Charles, April Dion, Kirsten Nelson
 1 hr 0 mins    4/30/2002  18.  Entropy
Anya returns to Sunnydale, bent on revenge for Xander leaving her at the altar. She has since become a Vengence demon again, but ends up hurting Xander in a way she never expected.
Director:  James A. Contner  Writer:  Drew Z. Greenberg 
Guest starring:  Edie Caggiano
 1 hr 0 mins    5/7/2002  19.  Seeing Red
Willow and Tara wallow in their togetherness, but things aren't as happy everywhere else. Buffy has to face both Xander and Spike, whilst tracking Warren and Company to foil their next move.
Director:  Michael Gershman  Writer:  Steven S. DeKnight 
Guest starring:  Garrett Brawith, Tim Hager, Stefan Marks, Christopher James, Kate Orsini, Troy R. Brenna, Nichole Hiltz
Disc 06
 1 hr 0 mins    5/14/2002  20.  Villains
Enraged after Tara's death at the hands of Warren, Willow turns to the Black Magics to exact her revenge.
Director:  David Solomon  Writer:  Marti Noxon 
Guest starring:  Amelinda Embry,  Jeff Kober, Tim Hodgin, Michael Matthys, Julie Hermelin, Alan Henry Brown, Mueen J. Ahmad, Jane Cho, Meredith Cross, David Adefeso, Jeffrey Nicholas-Brown, Neson Frederick, Steven W. Bailey
 1 hr 0 mins    5/21/2002  21.  Two to Go
After killing Warren, Dark Willow tries to track-down Andrew and Jonathan. Meanwhile, in Africa, Spike battles against a numerous amount of foes to try to get his chip removed.
Director:  Bill L. Norton  Writer:  Douglas Petrie 
Guest starring:  Jeff Kober, Jeff McCredie, Damian Mooney, Michael Younger, Tanoai Reed, Steven W. Bailey
 1 hr 0 mins    5/21/2002  22.  Grave
The Scoobies continue to try and stop Dark Willow, who is now intent on destroying the world. After Dark Willow neutralizes Buffy, though, Xander is the only one left who can save the day. Meanwhile, in Africa, Spike completes the demon trials and gets his reward.
Director:  James A. Contner  Writer:  David Fury 
Guest starring:  Brett Wagner, Tanoai Reed, Steven W. Bailey
Edition Details
Edition Slim Set
Series Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Distributor 20th Century Fox
Release Date 5/30/2006
Packaging Custom Case
Screen Ratio Fullscreen (4:3)
Subtitles English; English (Closed Captioned); French; Spanish
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital Surround [English]
Dolby Digital Surround [French]
Dolby Digital Surround [Spanish]
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Discs/Tapes 6

Disc 01 Season Six Overview Selected Episode Commentary Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Panel Discussion Exclusive David Fury Behind-the-Scenes Featurette: "One More with Feeling" "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Television With a Bite" as seen on TV-Ography on the A&E Network DVD-ROM Content - Buffy Demon Guide Karaoke Music Videos, Outtakes and More!
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