The ABCs of Sunnydale

logo Billy Palmer:

Debut -- Nightmares (Season 1)

Last Seen -- Same Episode

Nightmares revolves around Billy Palmer's nightmare world. Buffy first notices Billy in the halls of the school..he's hovering outside one of the classrooms. She later sees him in the hospital, lying in a coma, but doesn't realize who he is until she reads a newspaper article about him. Apparently, he was found beaten after a Little League game, and it turns out that his astral body is being seen around the school. Buffy helps Billy face up to his fears, as that's the only thing that will close the nightmare realm and keep it from overtaking the real world. Billy, also known as Lucky 19 by his Little League Coach, tears the face off of The Ugly Man, the creature that's been beating other students, such as Laura, around the high school, and order is restored. Billy hasn't been seen since this episode, but he's one of the few good child actors that's been on this show. I found him more appealing than I did the Anointed One.

Most Fitting Line:

"Sorry about that." -- said after Wendell's spiders have caused an uproar in the classroom.

blayne and buffy Blayne:

Debut -- Teacher's Pet (Season 1)

Last Seen -- Same Episode

Blayne is one of the more obnoxious teenage boys in the Buffyverse -- he's constantly bragging about his sexual exploits and coming onto teachers, all the while rubbing Xander's nose in the fact that he's more worldly than Xander. Amusingly enough, when Blayne is found locked up in Miss French's (aka She-Mantis) basement, we see the whinier, frailer side of Blayne. It also comes out that he's not as worldly as he'd like to be, since the She-Mantis only preys on male virgins. This episode marks Blayne's only appearance to date.

Most Obnoxious Line:

"I'll tell you where I want you." -- to Miss French, after she explains that she acts as substitute when the schools call to tell her where they want her.

buffy Ben:

Debut -- I Only Have Eyes For You (Season 2)

Last Seen -- Same Episode

Ben's seen at the Bronze, where he approaches Buffy to sort of ask her to ask him out on a date. This is just great! I mean, well...nevermind. But hey, he's cute, and he remembers her from sharing Mrs. Jackson's math class. (How many teachers named Mrs. Jackson are in that school, anyway? The last one taught history, I think..not math.) Anyhoo, what's funny about this is that the dance is a Sadie Hawkins dance, where the girls ask the guys to go. Still in an upheaval from the whole Angel/Angelus thing, Buffy rejects him. It's a sad thing, I gotta say.

Ben Breaks the Ice:

Ben: "I thought maybe if you're free, you might ask me..." -- on clarifying that he knows the chicks are supposed to ask the guys to the dance.

I wouldn't mind seeing Ben again....

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