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After paying very little attention to television for more than a decade, I have recently -- not to mention sporadically -- been catching up on some of the shows that I've missed. I'm now partway into the second seasons of both Gilmore Girls and Desperate Housewives, and I'm just starting season four of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (I've heard there were a couple of cool shows last decade with names that started with X, but I haven't seen any of their episodes yet.)

My question is this. It is clear that at this point in the Buffy story arc, Angel has decided to leave Sunnydale and start his own TV show. Presumably Buffy season four and Angel season one are therefore roughly contemporaneous. Is there, accordingly, a particular order in which I should be watching individual episodes of these two seasons? Should I strictly alternate between show B and show A; or watch all of the Buffy episodes on this latest DVD set before I go out and buy season one of Angel; or something in between, in which most of the episodes have nothing to do with each other but it's really important that I see episode X of Angel between episodes Y and Z of Buffy?

Help me, O fellow geeks, for I covet guidance without spoilers!
osmie: (Default)
After paying very little attention to television for more than a decade, I have recently -- not to mention sporadically -- been catching up on some of the shows that I've missed. I'm now partway into the second seasons of both Gilmore Girls and Desperate Housewives, and I'm just starting season four of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (I've heard there were a couple of cool shows last decade with names that started with X, but I haven't seen any of their episodes yet.)

My question is this. It is clear that at this point in the Buffy story arc, Angel has decided to leave Sunnydale and start his own TV show. Presumably Buffy season four and Angel season one are therefore roughly contemporaneous. Is there, accordingly, a particular order in which I should be watching individual episodes of these two seasons? Should I strictly alternate between show B and show A; or watch all of the Buffy episodes on this latest DVD set before I go out and buy season one of Angel; or something in between, in which most of the episodes have nothing to do with each other but it's really important that I see episode X of Angel between episodes Y and Z of Buffy?

Help me, O fellow geeks, for I covet guidance without spoilers!

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