Bridget Jones is my spirit animal. I feel like I get her in ways I’m not supposed to understand movie characters.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Look, I like Spike but why are the show’s writers acting like he’s the only character everyone cares about?
“Hush” was a reaction to criticism that ‘Buffy’ relied too heavily on snappy dialogue. And man, what a reaction it was. Suck on that, critics.
I think Eliza Dushku actually made me realize I liked women.
I want Natalie Imbruglia telling me that the sky is torn, Jewel telling me that I can’t break her hands, Courtney Love being the girl with the most cake, and Liz Phair stealing my lighter and losing the map.
It was announced recently that an all female version of The Expendables is in the works, and instantly the casting rumors started. Angelina Jolie, Kate Beckinsale, Gina Carano from “Haywire” — all the names that you’d expect. And sure those women sound good, but aren’t they a little…conventional?
Okay, can we just talk about “The Body?” This is one of the greatest episodes of television ever, ever, ever.
Ooooh. You effed up, buddy. You have some dark impulses to work out through violence and sex and sexual violence.
I immediately understood, this time around, why so many people ship Faith/Buffy. I get it now, you freaks! It’s awesome and so tragic.
Aging (n); watching Buffy all the way through for the first time and crushing on Xander, then watching Buffy again and crushing on Giles.