Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 2 Episode 2: Some Assembly Required Review
This episode is really sad.I felt bad for Chris and Darryl, even as they're trying to murder people. Losing a brother at a young age has to be one of the hardest things to go through. Losing a teen son must be very hard indeed as well, as we see with the boys' mother. I can understand why she reacts the way she does, but I still really don't think that condones her wallowing over her lost son, and ignoring her still living one. The actual plot is a little contrived, but the emotion and some of the acting is very moving.Noe of the fighting or action is that good or intense. There is some suspense wondering how it's going to turn out, but it's not really that surprising. Nothing really major to the series happens here. Still, a heart tugging episode,if not a great one.
Plot:6 Dialog:6 Horror:7 Suspense:6 Acting:7 Humanity:8 Importance:5 Action:4 Overall:7
Director: Bruce Seth Green
Writer: Joss Whedon, David Tyron King
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