And so the fight of good versus evil continues. Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is now a working woman and along with all the pressures that entails in the real world, she must also face the never-ending haunts in the unreal world - against vampires, poltergeists and unfathomable creatures. For good measure thrown in, raising a love-sick teenager, to-the-death battles between friends and her own salacious romances. With some new tricks up her sleeve, Buffy's power waxes, although the inhabitants of the Hellmouth have not just been lying around in their coffins either. They are back - and they are mad as hell. Buffy takes to her ever-evolving destiny like warlocks to wands, as our remarkable vampire slayer vows to face the new fight wherever it takes her - to Hades and beyond.
Buffy not so huffy....
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Series 7 review by CP Customer
While many Buffy fanatics criticised seasons 4,5 and 6 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer as moving away from the humour of the previous seasons, this final chapter received a reprieve and was deservedly praised for going "back to basics". Buffy finds herself once again walking the corridors of a newly rebuilt Sunnydale High, this time however as a guidance counsellor. Much of the humour in the first half of this season is reminiscent of the quirky one liners that made Buffy so popular with fans. As the season progresses, the mood turns darker as the end of the world beckons once more. A retrun of some familiar faces, and some interesting new characters makes this final season of Buffy as entertaining and interesting as ever. And the final episode does not disappoint either...
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