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Buffy the Vampire Slayer - I Robot, You Jane

episode 1.8

USA 1997
directed by Stephen Posey
starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, Anthony Head (as Anthony Stewart Head), Robia LaMorte, Chad Lindberg, Jamison Ryan
written by Ashley Gable & Tom Swyden, created by Joss Whedon

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV-series)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Late 15th century Italy: The mighty demon Moloch the Corruptor is bound to a book by some undaunted monks.

Sunnydale, California 1997: Same book in which Moloch is bound turns up at the school, & student Willow (Alyson Hannigan) dutifully scans it into the computer - not realizing that she hereby unleashes the demon onto the internet.

Soon Willow finds a cyberfriend in a chatroom, whom she - rahter the mousey type - immediately falls in love with, much to the dismay of her friends Xander (Nicholas Brendon) & Buffy, vampire slayer (Sarah Michelle Gellar), who smell something fishy ya<bout this relationship.

& really, Willow's newfound cyberfriend is noone else than Moloch the Corruptor himself, & not only does he court her, he also puts 2 of the school's biggest computergeeks under his spell, so they can help him become corporeal again - since this is the 20th century, of course in form of a robot -, & while they are at it, they might even get rid of nosey student Buffy.

Of course they are not as successful as the occasion would demand, & when Moloch the robot finally wants to mate with Willow (who has since fallen out of love with him, rather understandably - these cyberromances are not bound to last), Buffy & Xander show up to defend their friend.

In the end though, they only win because computerphobe part time exorcist & school librarian Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) has joined forces with the school's computer-teacher Miss Calendar (Robia LaMorte), who turns out to be a technopagan, to bind the demon again - but not in the book, but his robot body, which is then put out of action by Buffy, using a handy fusebox to overfeed him with electricity.


Very run-of-the-mill computer-horror tale, not at all helped by incoherent storytelling & the fact that the robot demon at the climax looks ridiculous rather than scary.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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