- Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Monica wants Rory's band to win the Battle of the Bands, but Claudia is cheering for Brad's band. How can best friends let boys come between them?
Monica was already nervous about riding in her first horse show. Then she hears Rory making a bet that she'll do well. If she doesn't, will she let him down?
Monica and Chloe are on a trip with Monica's stepfather. When they meet an adorable cowboy and his friends, will Logan embarrass Monica or let her have fun?
Monica is in charge for the weekend. Of course, it turns out to be the most hectic weekend ever.
Arts and crafts...and evil It's that time of the year for the Sunnydale Sidewalk Art Festival, and Buffy and the gang have been enlisted to help Joyce pre-pare for the big event. In fact, Xander's especially eager to pitch in, due to the arrival of a major hottie — a young artist named Justine. She specializes in Tarot paintings, and tells Xander that she senses much energy surrounding his aura. Xander naturally assumes his latent psychic powers have been awakened. But Buffy's not quite ready to call the psychic hot line. She has a nagging suspicion that something about Justine is not Þve by Þve — especially after she reaches for Justine's prized Tarot deck, which causes the artist to þy off the handle in a big way. Then there's the fact that vampires appear uncomfortable in Justine's presence. One by one, each of Buffy's closest friends seem to be surrendering their free will to an unknown, unseen force....
The science fair at Kyle and Mia's school is going great until the mice from a classmate's experiment make a break for it! With two runaway mice on the loose, it leads to some unexpected mice capades.
What is the true measure of a champion? In the nineteenth century a boy named William was born. A sweet, gentle boy — no one could have guessed the suffering he'd cause, the pain he'd inflict. When, as a young man, he meets a woman called Drusilla — a strange woman, a woman unlike anyone William has ever known — he is fundamentally changed. She has turned him. There will be no more William. He is Spike now. As Spike, he travels Europe with a band of vagabond vampires. Dru, Darla, and Angelus instruct him on his new nature, and from them he learns about that greatest of vampiric enemies, the girl who is chosen to stand up against them, trained to kill them, endowed with the strength it takes to defeat them: the Slayer. Then and there, Spike decides he'll hunt down those slayers. He'll see how many he can find. Who would have thought then that he'd fight on the Slayer's side? Who would have guessed that Spike, once William, would go out and...
"Off the rack gives me hives." — Cordelia, "Out of Mind, Out of Sight" The Scoobies are used to being personally affected when demonic nasties come to Sunnydale. And they're used to strange things happening at Sunnydale High — after all, the place is built over the Hellmouth. But they've sealed the Hellmouth, so they don't think anything's out of the ordinary when items to be sold at the first annual band fund-raising rummage sale are stored in the school basement...which, one might recall, is directly above that Hellmouth. Once the rummage sale begins, it's clear the stuff for sale is far from ordinary. People seem to be strangely affected by the items they're buying — things from undemonic homes, donated by undemonic people. So the reactions these items are producing are, to say the least, unexpected. Willow's acting weird. So's Xander. And even Buffy's mom bought something.... The situation quickly spins out of control,...
There's a new player on the Promenade: a Ferengi shop-owner, Bokat. His Games Bazaar specializes in hard-to-find virtual reality computer games. He approaches Jake Sisko and Nog with a tempting offer to play a hot new game called The Zhodran Crystal Quest. No non-Zhodran player has ever won this game, but then, Jake and Nog have the best scores on all the other games at the Games Bazaar. And Bokat is willing to bet on their ability to win the game, and—as a result—win Bokat a lucrative business deal with the Zhodrans. But soon, kids all over the station are falling into comas, their minds trapped in an ever-changing game. Suddenly, it’s up to Jake to go into the game and rescue them. If he wins, so does the Federation. If he loses, he’ll be trapped forever in a deadly game with a very real Borg!
There is no occasion more sacred to the Klingons than the Day of Honor. And to the Klingon youth, honor is a lesson hard-learned and harder-earned…. The hunter instinct is taking over Alexander, driving him to violence when he can’t control his emerging Klingon traits. He’s in trouble at school when his father, Worf, gives his word as a Starfleet officer that Alexander’s behavior will change. But it takes a frightening confession from Worf before Alexander understands that he must learn to control himself or lose everything he loves. A Klingon is honor-bound to keep his word, at any cost. And Alexander is about to pay the price as he faces disgrace and dishonor for challenging his bullying classmates with character instead of force.
When Kyle and Mia discover three abandoned kittens, they know they have to help. Kyle and Mia take turns caring for the kittens, but they both already have pets of their own. Will they be able to find the perfect home for the kittens they've come to love?
When Kyle and Mia come across a dog with a collar but no tags, they're not sure what to do. The dog seems to miss his owner, but no one has reported him missing. Kyle and Mia don't know where to start. Will they ever track down the doggone dog's real home?