Buffy Season 1 Question

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  1. Steve Lockwood

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    In which order do the episodes go? It doesn't say which one is #1,2,3,4 Welcome to the hell-mouth, Witch, The Harvest, Teacher's Pet. I don't know which one to watch first. Thanks.
     
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    Welcome to the Hellmouth
    The Harvest
    The Witch
    Teacher's Pet
    Never Kill a Boy on the First Date
    The Pack
    Angel
    I Robot — You Jane
    The Puppet Show
    Nightmares
    Out of Mind, Out of Sight
    Prophecy Girl
     
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    Wow-I came here to ask the EXACT same question. Thanks for the help.
     
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    So the episodes are NOT on the discs in airdate order?

    Then are they in production order, or what?
     
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    I think they are in air order, it's just hard to tell in the groups of 4 the order. If I remember they are presented on the screen as 2 across and 2 down.

    So I think the question is do you read them across or down, like columns. It's across from left to right.

    Ric
    EDIT: Doh! Craig beat me to it!
     
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    Unfortunately they go back to the lack of intuition for Season 4. Of course, you have the booklet with that...
     
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    It's not that I don't have a booklet, I just don't have the sets in front of me! D'oh!
     
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    I agree that Buffy had one of the most confusing menu systems with regards to episodic order. I was able to figure it out based on the first 2 episodes though.
     
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    Yes, these menus are confusing. I wanted to loan these discs to my mom (who has never seen Buffy) and I know when I do I'll have to make sure she knows which order to watch them.
     
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    I have the booklet, I just don't handle the case all that much. I keep all my tv shows in jewel cases. What I do is put the current disc from each different show I am working on in a jewel case. This eliminates having to handle the case all the time and hopefully will make them last longer.
     
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    That makes sense, John.

    I really have to wonder - would it have killed them to put a number in front of those episode names?
     

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