Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a 1997-2003 American television series loosely based on the film of the same name. about a high school student (Sarah Michelle Gellar) who leads a secret life as a vampire slayer and who protects her school, her town, and the world from various vampires, demons, and monsters. The series costarred Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, and Anthony Stewart Head.
Prophecy Girl (Season 1, Episode 13)Edit
Buffy's dream of being able to be a 'normal' girl for a night at the high school prom is dashed when news arrives that The Master is about to break free of his underground prison and return to the surface world. Buffy, dressed for the dance, heads off to fight The Master in spite of the prophecy that says that she will die in the attempt. During the battle, the Master uses his hypnotic powers to freeze Buffy in place before biting her, using her energy to break free of the magic barrier keeping him imprisoned.
Bad Eggs (Season 2, Episode 12)Edit
A prehistoric parasite that lives in the school's basement takes over the minds of Buffy's friends and teachers.
Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered (Season 2, Episode 16)EditAfter Cordelia breaks up with Xander on Valentine's Day, he blackmails Amy, an amateur witch, to cast a love spell on Cordelia so that he can break up with her and make her feel the pain of rejection. Unfortunately, the spell goes awry and makes every woman in town except Cordelia fall madly in love with Xander. Giles warns Xander that people under love spells can become violent and even murderous, and soon enough, he is proven right when the jealous women try to kill Xander and Cordelia.
Becoming, Part One (Season 2, Episode 21)Edit
Drusilla hypnotizes Kendra before slitting her throat.
Dead Man's Party (Season 3, Episode 2)Edit
Buffy and her friends defend Buffy's home from zombies seeking a powerful Nigerian mask that Buffy's mother Joyce received as a gift from an art gallery. One of the zombies puts on the mask, which has the power to hypnotize anyone who looks into the mask's eyes.
Helpless (Season 3, Episode 12)Edit
Buffy suddenly finds that she is struggling with her role as a vampire slayer. What she doesn't know is that Giles has been secretly hypnotizing and drugging her to weaken her powers, part of a secret rite of passage that all vampire slayers must undergo. When the powerful vampire that Buffy is supposed to fight unexpectedly escapes, she must face it without her powers in order to save her mother's life.
Buffy Vs. Dracula (Season 5, Episode 1)Edit
While patrolling for vampires, Buffy runs into Dracula, who tells her that he has come to Sunnydale specifically for her. Later, Dracula uses his powers to hypnotize and enslave Buffy and Xander, hoping to make Buffy his vampire companion, but she is able to break his hold on her. A defeated (and twice-staked) Dracula is forced to leave town empty-handed.
Dead Things (Season 6, Episode 13)Edit
The three nerds- Warren (Adam Busch), Andrew (Tom Lenk), and Johnathan (Danny Strong) create a mind-control device. Warren takes it to a bar to scout for an attractive woman to turn into their slave, but upon seeing his ex-girlfriend Katrina (Amelinda Embry), he abandons the plan and tries to win her back. She tells Warren that she wants nothing to do with him; in response, he uses the mind-control device to enslave her. The nerds dress her up in a cheap French Maid outfit and have her wait on them hand and foot. Warren takes Katrina into a back room to have sex, but the device's effects wear off and she breaks free from her trance. When she tries to escape, Warren hits her with a bottle to knock her out, but accidentally kills her instead. The nerds decide to use magic to convince Buffy that she is responsible for Katrina's death.
Him (Season 7, Episode 6)Edit
A high school quarterback unwittingly inherits a magical jacket that causes women- including Anya, Willow, Dawn and Buffy- to fall in love with him. Xander and Spike race to find the jacket and destroy it while the girls plot to do drastic things in order to win the quarterback's affection.