The gang settle in for movie night, too wired to sleep after they did a spell to augment Buffy’s Slayer strength, yet as soon as the movie starts they’re all out like a light. Then, we enter their dreams starting with Willow…
The best thing about this episode is how there’s absolutely no lead in. Unlike in ‘The Wish’ when we know why the world has changed, in this episode Jonathan is all of a sudden the most famous person in Sunnydale (maybe the world) and Buffy runs to him at the first sign of trouble.
It’s true that if you treat a person like they’re nothing, they’ll believe it. Treat a person like they’re a hero, then they can become it. "I'm Buffy. I have to do this."
I’m not going to give Faith a pass- she’s evil. BUT, she does make a good point about Buffy’s ‘holier than thou attitude’, and how quickly it fell apart when Angel was in danger.
Hush takes top place on the leader board. And I’m not sure it’ll ever be knocked off. It almost gets a perfect score. It has to be one of the best television episodes of all time