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“Restless.” After defeating Adam — the evil human-demon-machine created by the Initiative, a secret arm of the U.S. military — in the prior episode, Buffy and the Scoobies decide to relax, have fun, and enjoy a night of movies (like “Apocalypse Now” — curious choice). However, they are actually so exhausted from the long battle that they fall asleep in Buffy’s living room almost immediately and start to have dreams. Each of the four main characters — Buffy, Giles, Willow, and Xander — has creative dream sequences that reflect their inner personalities, their pasts, and perhaps their futures. However, at the end of each person’s dream, a mysterious demon kills them. The Season 4 finale has been well regarded for its symbolism, wit, and creative direction as well as, in hindsight, its foretelling of series events to come in Season 5, beginning with the next episode. (Original air-date: May 23, 2000)