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The Scooby Gang Got Back Together For A 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' Reunion

As you may know, this month marks the 20th anniversary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the silly-sounding coming-of-age series about fighting monsters that grew into a cultural juggernaut that’s still widely beloved by audiences today. 301 more words

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OMWF - Teachers Pet

The Watchers discuss Teacher’s Pet. A new teacher comes in to teach biology, and she plans to teach Xander a LOT about biology. In this episode the Watchers discuss the difficulties of being a teenager, including the stigma attached to virginity, Angel’s bizarre devotion to being cryptic, The Jacket, and a lot of talk about Xander’s character. 45 more words

Happy Birthday, Nathan Fillion!

A big happy birthday shout-out to everyone’s favorite Firefly Captain,

Nathan Fillion!

The fearless smuggler (Firefly), author (Castle), and movie-star ( 350 more words

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My Favorite Patrols: "Seeing Red"

Sometimes, Buffy episodes are nonsensical dream sequences with repeat appearances from an unexplained Cheese Man. Sometimes they are thinly veiled metaphors for teen hormones wherein the spirit of a hyena demon infects a gang of high school boys, who proceed to eat their principal alive. 1,672 more words

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My Favorite Patrols: "Restless"

I know I’m going to ruffle the feathers of a few Buffy snobs when I choose to write about an episode in Season 4 that is not “Hush,” but this series is called “My Favorite Patrols,” not “The Objectively Best Patrols,” so sit down. 1,635 more words

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Adios Netflix: 2010 - 2017

I’ve been a Netflix member for years, way back when they were just sending out DVD’s. In 2010 I got my own plan and for the following years afterwards I’ve enjoyed binge watching shows and falling asleep to Family Guy in the background. 353 more words

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Say Goodbye To Buffy And Mulder, Because A Ton Of Classic Beloved Shows Are About To Leave Netflix

As Netflix continues to develop more and more original content, it only makes sense for the streaming service to gradually cut back on the amount of licensed programming available to subscribers. 203 more words

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