Goodbye Buffy!

Buffy goes out in style as Season 7 is released to buy on DVD!

It's the end of an era, the end of a legend, the end of television's finest butt-kicking female But not on DVD! From 5 th April 2004 Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will be making it possible to eternalise Buffy in your own home as the Season 7 DVD box-set hits the shelves!

Satisfying the hunger of every Buffy addict, the six-disc DVD box-set features all 22 episodes from Season 7 (rrp. 79.99), and is packed with special features. It might be the final season, but there are still vampishly great storylines to bite into

With Giles (Anthony Head) and the new potential slayers in Sunnydale, Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and Spike (James Marsters) set up a boot camp to train and test the possible superheroes. The wannabe slayers have a lot to live up to and

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must fight the most evil presence ever to hit Sunnydale. This mega demon is known as The First.

This is also a season for forgiving and forgetting as Buffy begins to regain her trust in Spike, and finds a space in the Scooby gang for ex-villain Jonathan. Meanwhile Anya and Xander are friends again, with perhaps more than a spark in the air?

Willow (Alyson Hannigan) has returned and although she is limited to how much she is allowed to get involved, is back in favour with the group. The Scoobies are in need of all the help they can get with the BIGGEST demon battle they've ever had to face

With the return of Faith (Eliza Dushku) and Angel (David Boreanaz), the finale goes off with a blast! What will become of Buffy Summers and the Scooby gang? The final Buffy DVD release is a must buy for any fan but get the tissues ready for the momentous ending!

To gain a further insight into the lives of Sunnydale's earthly and unearthly residents, the Season 7 DVD box-set is full of exclusive special features including commentaries, a Season 7 overview, a Willow demon guide, Buffy 101: Studying The Slayer featurette and an outtakes reel. This final chapter is a must-own DVD for every Buffy fan!

I just realised something. Something that really never occurred to me before. We're gonna win Buffy


Title: Buffy Season 7 DVD box-set

Date of Release: 5 th April 2004

Price (RRP): 79.99

Running Time Episodes: Each episode approx: 45 minutes (22 episodes )

Certificate: 15

Catalogue Number: 24787DVD

Subtitles: English for the hard of hearing

Original Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 (16X9)

Sound & Picture Quality: 2.0 Dolby Surround


Disc 1:

• Lessons

• Beneath You

• Same Time, Same Place

• Help

Commentary for Lessons by Joss Whedon and David Solomon

Willow demon guide

Disc 2:

• Selfless

• Him

• Conversations With Dead People

• Sleeper

Commentary for Selfless by Drew Goddard and David Solomon

Commentary for Conversations With Dead People by Nick Marck, Jane Espenson, Drew Goddard, Danny Strong and Tom Lenk

Disc 3:

• Never Leave Me

• Bring On The Night

• Showtime

12 trailers

Featurette: Buffy: It's Always Been about The Fans'

Disc 4:

• Potential

• The Killer In Me

• First Date

• Get It Done

Commentary for The Killer In Me by David Solomon and Drew Z. Greenberg

Disc 5:

• Storyteller

• Lies My Parents Told Me

• Dirty Girls

• Empty Places

Commentary for Lies My Parents Told Me by David Fury, Drew Goddard, James Marsters and D. B. Woodside

Commentary for Dirty Girls by Drew Goddard and Nicholas Brendon

Disc 6:

• Touched

• End Of Days

• Chosen

Commentary for Chosen by Joss Whedon

Featurette: Season 7 Overview Buffy: Full Circle '

Featurette: Buffy 101: Studying The Slayer'

Featurette: Generation S'

Featurette: The Last Sundown'

Outtakes Reel

Buffy Wraps

East Egg: The Gift' montage