Cloverfield release date: 01.18.08
Directed by Matt Reeves
Five young New Yorkers throw their friend a going-away party the night that a monster the size of a skyscraper descends upon the city. Told from the point of view of their video camera, the film is a document of their attempt to survive the most surreal, horrifying event of their lives.
■ Drew's BtVS Episodes
Selfless original airdate: 10.22.02
WITH A VENGEANCE - Anya seeks vengeance for a wronged college girl, and her spell ends in the death of several frat boys. As Anya reconsiders her actions, Buffy realizes she has to take her stand as the slayer against Anya, much to the chagrin of Xander. Willow re-enrolls at UC Sunnydale and tries to find a more peaceful solution to the Anya situation. David Solomon directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
Conversations with Dead People original airdate: 11.12.02
AND WHERE WERE YOU? - While hunting for vampires at the cemetery, Buffy runs into a former classmate-turned-vampire and ends up turning to him for therapy. Meanwhile, Willow is interrupted at the library by the recently dead Cassie (or some form of her) who claims to have a message for Willow from Tara. Dawn returns home to find Joyce attempting to reach her from beyond, but some force prevents her from doing so. Nick Marck directed the episode written by Jane Espenson and Drew Goddard.
Never Leave Me original airdate: 11.26.02
TRIGGER HAPPY - Spike is kept tied up in the Summers' house as Buffy attempts to interrogate him. Willow bumps into Andrew, now the remaining member of the Trio and drags him back to the house for his own interrogation session, run by Anya and Xander. Off in England, the Watcher's Council seems to be falling apart and no one knows where Giles is. David Solomon directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
Lies My Parents Told Me original airdate: 03.25.03
WAITING FOR MY MOMENT - Giles returns to Sunnydale with a possible solution to the trigger in Spike used by the First. Unfortunately, Spike is not overly willing to revisit his memories in order to find the trigger's origin and why it affects him so much, leaving Giles and Wood to come up with an alternative plan of their own. While Giles distracts Buffy, Wood takes on Spike and prepares to revenge the death of his mother. David Fury directed the episode written by David Fury and Drew Goddard.
Dirty Girls original airdate: 04.15.03
SEE NO EVIL - Willow brings Faith back to Sunnydale, just in time for the arrival of Caleb, a misogynist preacher who has aligned himself with the First. Caleb sends a message to Buffy in the form of an almost dead potential slayer, claiming to have something of Buffy's, prompting her to prepare her army of girls for an attack against him to reclaim her possession. Michael Gershman directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
■ Drew's Angel Episodes
Lineage original airdate: 11.12.03
CYBERNETIC GENETICS – The offices of Wolfram & Hart are under attack by cyborg assassins who are seeking a magical device that will give them control over Angel (David Boreanaz). Meanwhile, Wesley (Alexis Denisof) is surprised by the unannounced arrival of his estranged father (guest star Roy Dotrice, "Beauty and the Beast") who has come to evaluate Wesley for possible reacceptance to the Watcher's Council. J. August Richards, Amy Acker, Andy Hallett and James Marsters also star. Jefferson Kibbee directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
Damage original airdate: 01.28.04
A NEW VAMPIRE SLAYER EMERGES – When an emotionally unstable woman, Dana (guest star Navi Rawat, "House of Sand and Fog"), escapes from a psychiatric ward, Angel (David Boreanaz) learns that she was tortured as a child and is now searching for her tormentor. Andrew (guest star Tom Lenk, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), a watcher-in-training, arrives from Sunnydale with surprising information about Buffy and to inform the group that Dana is also a vampire slayer. Meanwhile, Spike (James Marsters) believes that if he can save Dana, he will prove that he is destined to be the vampire champion. Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards, Amy Acker, Andy Hallett and Mercedes McNab also star. Jefferson Kibbee directed the episode written by Steven S. DeKnight & Drew Goddard.
Why We Fight original airdate: 02.11.04
VAMPIRES ABOARD A GERMAN U-BOAT – Lawson (guest star Eyal Podell, "Behind Enemy Lines"), a mysterious man from Angel's (David Boreanaz) past, arrives at Wolfram & Hart and takes the gang hostage. Through flashbacks to World War II, it is revealed that Angel worked with the U.S. Navy to recover a captured German submarine with American sailors on board. The ship also has a secret cargo, a dangerous trio of vampires, including Spike (James Marsters), who were kidnapped by the Germans and forced to help the Nazis. When the sub comes under attack, Angel saves Lawson's life by turning him into a vampire. Now, sixty years later, Lawson has arrived at Wolfram & Hart seeking revenge. Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards, Amy Acker and Andy Hallett also star. Terrence O'Hara directed the episode written by Drew Goddard & Steven S. DeKnight.
Origin original airdate: 04.21.04
ANGEL'S SON RETURNS — Angel (David Boreanaz) resists the appeal of parents seeking help from Wolfram & Hart regarding their son's supernatural abilities after he discovers that the boy is his son, Connor (guest star Vincent Kartheiser). Despite his reservations, Angel is forced to bring Connor into conflict with an old adversary to prevent his son's memories from being restored. Meanwhile Wesley (Alexis Denisof) uncovers a mysterious deal struck by Wolfram & Hart that threatens the secret Angel desperately wants to protect. Amy Acker, J. August Richards, James Marsters, Andy Hallett and Mercedes McNab also star. Terrence O'Hara directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
The Girl in Question original airdate: 05.05.04
DARLA, DRUSILLA AND ANDREW RETURN AS ANGEL AND SPIKE SEARCH FOR BUFFY — Angel (David Boreanaz) and Spike (James Marsters) travel to Rome with plans to rescue Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar, who does not appear in the episode) from their old nemesis The Immortal. While in Italy, they also attempt to retrieve the head of a fallen demon leader to prevent a perilous power struggle between several warring demon clans. Julie Benz guest stars as Darla, Tom Lenk guest stars as Andrew and Juliet Landau guest stars as Drusilla. Alexis Denisof, Amy Acker, J. August Richards, Andy Hallett and Mercedes McNab also star. David Greenwalt directed the episode written by Drew Goddard & Steven S. DeKnight.
■ Drew's Alias Episodes
Welcome to Liberty Village original airdate: 01.26.05
Sydney and Vaughn pose as a married couple in suburbia in order to find a weapon that could set society back to the Dark Ages. They quickly discover that "marriage" is a real strain on their relationship, and the picturesque neighborhood they've infiltrated is not nearly as innocuous as it seems - nor is it in America. Kevin Hooks directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
Tuesday original airdate: 03.30.05
Sydney's life hangs in the balance when a mission goes awry -- and Marshall, surprisingly, is the only one who might be able to save her. Meanwhile, Dixon is exposed when a deadly pathogen is released inside APO. Frederick E.O. Toye directed the episode written by Drew Goddard & Breen Frazier.
Mockingbird original airdate: 10.20.05
When Gordon Dean discovers Rachel is still alive he captures Sydney while she is returning from a mission. He demands that Rachel should be returned to him but Sydney is reluctant to agree to his terms. However, if Sydney refuses she could face almost certain death. Meanwhile Sloane goes before a judge. Frederick E.O. Toye directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
There's Only One Sydney Bristow original airdate: 04.26.06
One month after the baby is born, Sydney is taking time off from work. Will is what pulls her back in the field while she's on maternity leave. The enemies realize that the best way to hurt Sydney is through her friends. Anna Espinosa also returns. Robert M. Williams Jr. directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
All the Time in the World original airdate: 05.22.06
Peyton tells Sloane that she has made a deal for the Rambaldi Sphere with an ally in China. Sloane arranges for stolen missiles to be sent to Hong Kong. Sloane's plan is revealed to the APO members, who race to stop him before he can use the Rambaldi Sphere to put the plan in motion. But this all leads to a long awaited confrontation between Sydney and Irina. Tucker Gates directed the episode written by Drew Goddard & Jeff Pinkner.
■ Drew's Lost Episodes
Outlaws original airdate: 02.16.05
Kate and Sawyer divulge dark secrets to each other while tracking a renegade boar that Sawyer swears is purposely harassing him. Meanwhile, Hurley and Sayid worry that Charlie is losing it after his brush with death, and a shocking, prior connection between Sawyer and Jack is revealed. Robert Patrick ("Terminator 2: Judgment Day," "The X-File") guest stars. Jack Bender directed the episode written by Drew Goddard.
The Glass Ballerina original airdate: 10.11.06
Sun and Jin's lives are put in danger when Sayid tries to locate Jack and the other missing castaways. Sayid also creates a plan in order to get the attention of the "Others" on the beach. Meanwhile, Henry (i.e. Ben) gives Jack an offer that is very tempting in exchange for his cooperation. Lastly, Kate and Sawyer must adjust to harsh conditions that are being forced upon them by "The Others." Paul Edwards directed the episode written by Drew Goddard & Jeff Pinkner.
Flashes Before Your Eyes original airdate: 02.14.07
After Desmond rescues Claire from drowning, Charlie gets Hurley to help him find out why Desmond has seemed able to predict the future. Desmond recalls exactly what took place in the moments after he turns the key, where he experienced a strange vision of his life prior to his Army days. Jack Bender directed the episode written by Drew Goddard & Damon Lindelof.
The Man From Tallahassee original airdate: 03.21.07
When Kate and Locke arrive at the Others' camp, Ben promises to tell Locke the island's secrets as long as he stops his destructive plan, and Kate's reunion with Jack doesn't go very well when she learns that the Others have offered him a deal. More of Locke's troubled past is revealed. Jack Bender directed the episode written by Drew Goddard & Jeff Pinkner.
One of Us original airdate: 04.11.07
Jack returns, but no one is in the mood for celebrating when they see that Juliet has come back with him. As Juliet struggles to find a way to be accepted, flashbacks show how she came to the island and what she was doing during those three years. She sees a chance to help when Claire suddenly develops a dangerous illness, but Sawyer and Sayid are reluctant to trust her. Jack Bender directed the episode written by Carlton Cuse & Drew Goddard.
The Man Behind the Curtain original airdate: 05.09.07
Locke confronts Ben and demands that Ben take him to Jacob. Ben complies, but the answers Locke receives are not what he expected. Ben remembers his childhood on the Island, revealing the history of the Dharma Initiative and how the Others came to power. Meanwhile, Juliet's deception is revealed back at the beach, but her and Jack's reactions are quite unexpected. Bobby Roth directed the episode written by Elizabeth Sarnoff & Drew Goddard.