I find this aspect of the show very refreshing. Although it was a bit obvious what Dyson was going to do the second that waitress showed up.
I like that they had Bo and Dyson fall into bed together practically right away and then backed off a bit. It keeps dramatic tension (we are attracted to each other but aren't in a relationship because of X reason) but avoids the eye-rolling will-they-or-won't-they hook up obviousness of the early seasons of many shows
That's exactly where my brain went, too.
As a Buffy fan, I did get a strong sense of deja vu from the opening scene where the student was running in fear. It brought to mind the "Reptil Boy" episode (which also took place, albeit at a fraternity instead of a sorority, and had a demon living underground), although, this episode eventually did go in a different direction.
Edited by Kosmonaut, Feb 6, 2012 @ 9:35 AM.