First off, lets all say a quick one for the folks over in Malibu and San Diego. I dont care who you pray to, they can use all the positive energy they can get right now, you know?OK, so now that were only a week away from the greatest holiday (that doesnt involve wrapping paper), its the perfect time to whip out the fondness for some of TVs best Halloween episodes, whichlook at that!are also saluted in tvguide.coms supernifty Halloween section! Some are funny, some are freaky, some are just damned frightening. But they all celebrate the season and are available on DVD, so they also therefore rock..Buffy the Vampire SlayerHalloween In the words of Marie Osmond, oh crap. Was this Season 2 howler from 97 a blast or what?! The Scoobies and most of Sunnydale slip into cursed costumes from a shop run by Giles nasty crony and soon, the town is overrun by trick-or-treaters whove morphed into whatever ...
Former adolescents Michael Davis and Mark Nollinger can still summon their inner middle-schooler when they watch tween TV. They got together the other day to compare notes on the new season for kids who are approximately 5 feet tall, wear braces and inject the word "like" between words, like, all the time.
Michael Davis: Which new or returning shows will send parents screaming out of the room?
Nollinger: It's too early to tell with the new shows, although I can imagine that even some folks who loved Beavis and Butt-Head as college students might not welcome Mr. Meaty (premiering Sept. 22, on Nickelodeon) into their living rooms as parents. Personally, I can handle just about anything as long as I don't have to hear the Camp Lazlo theme song ever again. I do