I bought this, even though I have the episodes already, partly to support the character and partly for the 15 minute special feature, which I thoroughly enjoyed. However, I do feel short-changed, as a Spike fan, by the choice of Lie To Me as one of the episodes, although the other three are good choices. I watched it again yesterday and, yes, it is a good episode, but there is no way that you could call it Spike-centric. For one thing, he's hardly in it. He doesn't even make an appearance until the 22nd minute, and then is in three fairly short scenes. Yes, we do learn something about him; that he's prepared to give up a chance of a free meal and killing the Slayer to save Dru, and that he keeps his word. But the episode is actually about trust and the lack of it, and centres on a hitch in the Buffy/Angel relationship caused by Buffy seeing Angel with Drusilla. Spike isn't even central to the plot. I can think of at least half a dozen other episodes that tell us more about Spike than this one, and several that, if we don't learn anything about him, he is at least in more. The only reason, in my opinion, that this episode is on the disc is that Joss Whedon wrote and directed it himself and it's the closest he could get to a self-penned Spike-centric episode, which is not very close at all. I remember him saying that his favourite Buffy episodes are the ones he wrote himself, and he wasn't kidding. There's at least one by him on all of these character DVDs, but at least the ones on the others really do feature the character in question in an important role.