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-- but at least ''Buffy'''s series finale went out with a suitable surprise, says Rachel Lovinger
With only one episode left, Rachel Lovinger assesses those who could assist Buffy in her final battle
Buffy proves her skills, even when cohorts -- and viewers -- doubt her, says Rachel Lovinger
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And Rachel Lovinger asks, can you blame them?
Buffy's other slayer returns for the series' final five episodes, and you won't believe the trouble she's courting, says Rachel Lovinger
''Spider-Man'' made more than $400 million, but that's a big target for these films adapted from less well-known sources
Buffy, Spike, and others learns some life lessons, says Rachel Lovinger, despite a few flaws in the storytelling
Rachel Lovinger weighs the pros and cons of new shows that could follow the vampire slayer's exit
It may be wise to end ''Buffy'' while it's still strong, but that doesn't make it easy for the show's fans, says Rachel Lovinger
With his own mock-documentary about the Scooby gang, this misfit laughs his way to an emotional revelation, says Rachel Lovinger
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But the writers, not the characters, are at fault in a lame, cliched episode, says Rachel Lovinger
As old couples show new promise and a new couple goes public, Rachel Lovinger starts to fear one other potential romance
''The Killer in Me'' plays like a letter to the fans -- and Rachel Lovinger writes a reply
After all the misleading hints, the special powers go to Amanda -- not Buffy's little sister
The current enemy makes it hard to laugh, but it looks as if ''Buffy'''s gang may get a reprieve
Rachel Lovinger reviews the key players and finds room for doubt about their intentions
In their very different conflicts with good and evil, they raise interesting questions about identity and responsibility, says Rachel Lovinger
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''Buffy'' delivers a disappointing rehash of past shows, with few hints of the future, says Rachel Lovinger
Which side will Buffy choose in the final showdown? Rachel Lovinger sees some clues in the messages from beyond
Reviving the over-the-top teen humor of earlier seasons makes for a great episode, says Rachel Lovinger