Episode 014: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer redefined female action heroes in the 90s, not to mention prime-time dramadies. Our expert explores the history of the first major slice of the Whedonverse, reveals what the show was originally called and its connection to The Tick, offers the best episodes for new viewers (and compelling reasons why this show is still worth your time), and explains how Buffy is like the Dalai Lama. We also play a special round of You Must Choose, and later, Chance Fortran aids a lady in distress.

Hosts: Dan Amrich & Kat Auch
Special Guest: Blythe Renay

Links:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer on Hulu
“School Hard” (S2E3)
“Innocence” (S2E14)
“Becoming Part 1” (S2E21)
“Earshot” (S3E18)
“Hush” (S4E10)
“The Body” (S5E16)
“Once More, With Feeling” (S6E07)
BlytheRenay.com & @BlytheRenay

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  • Tyrone Powers

    Good podcast on Buffy. Only disagreement I had was on Dollhouse. That was actually the first Whedonverse show I marathon watched. However, this MIGHT have something to do with me liking Eliza Dushku.

  • Tyrone Powers

    Also, I am starting to get into the Chance Fortran audio mini series as well.

    if you have not listened do not scroll down

    Looking forward to how the “Chance Forest Gump’s his way into a grand larceny indictment” season concludes!