"Seeing Red" is the 19th episode of season 6 of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In North America, this episode was somehow syndicated onto UPN affiliates a week early by accident. Although none of them broadcast the episode by mistake, the episode was leaked onto the internet more than a week before it was slated to air. The episode was also noted for its drastic and controversial content, being the only episode of the series to air at an alternate time on the Canadian family network YTV.
Seeing Red is the debut album by Canadian pop-punk band LiveonRelease, released by Her Royal Majesty's Records in October 2002.
Seeing Red is a 1983 American documentary film directed by Jim Klein and Julia Reichert. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Seeing Red or Seein' Red may refer to:
"Seeing Red" is the tenth episode of the first season of the American television drama series Dexter, which first aired on December 3, 2006 on Showtime in the United States. The episode was written by Kevin R. Maynard and was directed by Michael Cuesta. In the episode, the Miami Metro Homicide Department team investigate a blood-soaked crime scene, where blood spatter analyst Dexter Morgan ( Michael C. Hall) is confronted by a repressed memory of a traumatic incident from his childhood. Meanwhile, Dexter's girlfriend Rita Bennett ( Julie Benz) is charged with assaulting her ex-husband Paul Bennett ( Mark Pellegrino) and risks losing custody of their children, while Det. Angel Batista ( David Zayas) investigates a hunch that the Ice Truck Killer has an amputee fetish.
Scenes for "Seeing Red" were shot at several locations around Long Beach, California. Particular attention was paid to the cinematography and filming of the sequence of Dexter's flashbacks to make them feel like "fragments of memory". The episode received positive reviews from critics, with particular mention made to the scene in which Dexter hits Rita's ex-husband, Paul, in the head with a frying pan because of his threats about the lengths he will go to in order to protect his children.
Seeing Red is a 1992 Australian film.
Usage examples of "seeing red".
But finally seeing red-coated British troops maneuvering on a plain with all the precision of a machine—.