Season 3 Episodes

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Season 3, episode 1: “Anne” — After killing Angel and sending him to Hell, getting expelled from Sunnydale High School, and being wanted for murder, Buffy runs away from Sunnydale to Los Angeles and becomes a waitress in a diner. There, she finds out who — or what — has been preying on transients like herself.

Season 3, episode 2: “Dead Man’s Party” — Buffy returns to Sunnydale and deals with the after-effects of her running away. Meanwhile, her mother and friends plan a welcome-home party. But something sinister and evil decides to show up as well.

Season 3, episode 3: “Faith, Hope, and Trick” — The Scoobies meet a new slayer, Faith, who was called into service after Kendra died. But both Faith and Buffy are hunted by a gigantic, evil vampire name Kakistos, whose sidekick, Trick, will play an important role later in the season.

Season 3, episode 4: “Beauty and the Beasts” — A wild animal, perhaps a werewolf, is attacking male students of Sunnydale High School, and Buffy learns more about the relationship between two friends of her boyfriend Scott. At the end of the episode, Buffy meets the last person she expected to see in town.

Season 3, episode 5: “Homecoming” — Buffy decides to compete with Cordelia for Sunnydale High homecoming-queen, and the battle between the two becomes a lot more physical after a gang of humans, vampires, and demons decides to hold “Slayerfest 1998.”

Season 3, episode 6: “Band Candy” — An old “friend” of Giles shows up in town and teams up with Trick and the mayor of Sunnydale in a plot to poison the residents of Sunnydale through an unsuspected method. By the end of the episode, things between Giles and Buffy’s mother, Joyce, will never be the same.

Season 3, episode 7: “Revelations” — The Watchers’ Council sends a new watcher for Faith who becomes involved in the search for an all-powerful, demonic glove, and the Scoobies are suspicious and hurt after Xander sees Buffy and Angel kissing in his lair.

Season 3, episode 8: “Lover’s Walk” — Spike returns to Sunnydale and causes a lot of havoc after Drusilla breaks up with him for another demon. A drunken, depressed Spike takes Willow and Xander hostage, and what happens between them will affect all of the relationships among the Scoobies.

Season 3, episode 9: “The Wish” — A new student named Anya transfers into Sunnydale High School and then befriends Cordelia, who is no longer popular after breaking up with Xander. She, unknowingly, helps Anya to cast a spell that transforms the city into a dimension in which Buffy had never arrived.

Season 3, episode 10: “Amends” — Something demonic and evil is haunting and tormenting Angel at Christmastime, and the Scoobies put aside their misgivings to try to save him from killing himself. Meanwhile, Willow and Oz try to fix their broken relationship.

Season 3, episode 11: “Gingerbread” — Amy, whose evil-witch mother caused a mess in the third episode of Season 1, becomes one herself. Buffy’s mother sees the bodies of two dead children and teams up with Willow’s mother to form a group of parents who decide to fight against anything occult and dark — including the Slayer.

Season 3, episode 12: “Helpless” — It is Buffy’s eighteenth birthday, and the Watcher Council puts her through a grueling test that will shake her faith in those closest to her — especially her father and Giles — and possibly threaten her life and that of her mother.

Season 3, episode 13: “The Zeppo” — After yet another risk to Xander’s life, the Scoobies decide that he contributes little to the fight against evil and that he should do less to protect himself. So while a horrible evil emerges, Xander finds his own adventure and shows how much he contributes after all.

Season 3, episode 14: “Bad Girls” — Buffy and Faith begin patrolling more often and start to form a bond while the mayor undergoes a “dedication” ceremony that will place him one step closer to his ultimate goal. Meanwhile, Faith unwittingly makes a decision that will haunt her for the rest of her life.

Season 3, episode 15: “Consequences” — Buffy and Faith argue over how to deal with the mistaken death of the deputy mayor, and Faith decides to bring Giles into the situation — with consequences that will affect all of the Scoobies as well as Faith herself.

Season 3, episode 16: “Doppelgangland” — Willow is sick of her reputation as being a boring, “old reliable” person and casts a spell that does something interesting — it brings the evil-vampire Willow from the alternate dimension in a prior episode into the real world. The consequences are both hilarious and moving.

Season 3, episode 17: “Enemies” — With Faith having joined the mayor in his evil plans, Buffy and her friends must decide how to respond once they begin learning of his intentions. The evil slayer adds to her body count, and the mayor hires a demon to cause Angel to lose his soul again.

Season 3, episode 18: “Earshot” — Buffy is infected by a demon she had just killed and becomes able to read everyone’s thoughts. While the results are amusing at first, they quickly become serious — especially when the slayer learns that someone is planning mass-murder at Sunnydale High School.

Season 3, episode 19: “Choices” — Buffy is accepted into Northwestern University, and she and her mother begin to ponder the possibility of life apart from Sunnydale, the Hellmouth, and the fight against evil. Wesley, however, tells her that she cannot go — so Buffy launches an all-out assault against the mayor and his plans.

Season 3, episode 20: “The Prom” — Angel breaks up with Buffy just before the senior prom, and a disturbed student launches an evil plan to commit mass-murder at the dance. Buffy, despite her heartbreak, promises that everyone will have a good time — and stay alive. Near the end of the episode, there is a moving tribute that will surely bring tears to everyone’s eyes.

Season 3, episode 21: “Graduation Day, Part One” — The mayor begins the final part of his plan to become a pure demon, Faith poisons Angel with a bow-and-arrow, and the only cure is the blood of a slayer — but will it be Buffy or Faith that saves his life?

Season 3, episode 22: “Graduation Day, Part Two” — Buffy and the Scoobies tell the entire high-school’s graduating class about what the mayor will do during the graduation ceremony and commencement speech, and for the first time, the teenagers of Sunnydale decide to take matters into their own hands.

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