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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003), created by Joss Whedon, is a television series about Buffy Summers, a teenage girl chosen by fate to battle against vampires, demons, and other supernatural foes. Giles: [To Willow] Well then help me in researching this Harvest affair. The Master: [reading from the writing of Aurelius] "There will be a time of crisis, of worlds hanging in the balance.
She is often aided by her Watcher and her loyal circle of misfit friends. And in this time shall come the Anointed, the Master's great warrior. Visited every mental torture on her I could devise. Do you want me to wag my finger at you and tell you that you acted rashly?
The first five Seasons of the series aired on The WB; after a network change, the final two seasons aired on UPN. And the Slayer will not know him, will not stop him. She eventually fled to a convent, and on the day she took her holy orders, I turned her into a demon. The good guys are always stalwart and true, the bad guys are easily distinguished by their pointy horns or black hats, and, uh, we always defeat them and save the day.
Buffy: [to Giles] To make you a vampire they have to suck your blood. And he will lead her into Hell." As it is written, so shall it be. No one ever dies, and everybody lives happily ever after.
Because there's no touching, this school is sensitive to wrong touching.
[everyone stares] That was a bit, um, British, wasn't it? I'm always here if you need a hug, [jumps back] but not a real hug!
[about a computer] It may be that you can wrest some information from that dread machine. I really believe if we all reach out to one another we can beat this thing. But if it's guilt you're looking for, Buffy, I'm not your man. I do what I wanna do, and I wear what I wanna wear. [Xander smiles] I'll date whoever the hell I wanna date.
Otherwise we bottle them up, and before you know it, powerful laxatives are involved. The coming months are, are going to be hard, I suspect on all of us. And here I am, scrambling for your approval, when I'm way cooler than you are 'cause I'm not a sheep.
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