I know it seems a bit pretentious (not to mention unbelievably nerdy) to compare our minute existences with the larger-than-life world of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but that’s partly why I love this show so hard.
17. If the apocalypse comes, beep me.
Madison Montgomery, American Horror Story.
Our lives become a book that no one else seems to read. But herein lies some of the beauty of this entrapment in reality and hurt. You can read this story. You can become the hero in this epic of your life.
5. Lizzie McGuire
More important than your real-life first love is the fictional first love you experience via your television set.
I would constantly hold my breath, hoping Cersei would reach her cup toward a terrified servant and demand “More wine.”
Wonder Woman embodies the contradictions of any female hero in popular culture.
This show was OUR so-called life.
She wears a bowtie. She’s British. She has a bunch of wacked-out friends and she takes the children on adventures.