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January 21 2003

"I always took it for granted it would be huge". Joss Whedon speaks about the success of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

"Whenever you're making anything, you have 90 people telling you it can't possibly work, so you have to become an arrogant monster".

"..the 1992 movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer..directed by Fran Rubel Kuzui, who later directed several episodes in the series."

Ah yes, those must have been the lost episodes written by Donald Sutherland. I hear they were a laff riot.
Awful awful movie, I still cringe when I think about it. And the less said about Rutger Hauer's wig the better.
His dad wrote for Captain Kangaroo? Maybe that's where Anya's bunny fear comes from... Mr. Bunny Rabbit. Never trusted a rabbit in glasses, myself. You know, why the glasses, if they eat all those carrots?

Whoa, was that out loud? Sorry.
Hey! I loved Captain Kangaroo! But now that you mention it, Bunny Rabbit was kind of weird...
You know, sad to say, but I did not mind the original movie so much. At the time I saw it, I had quite the crush on Luke Perry, and any excuse to drool was a good excuse to me. *smiling fondly* Don't you all remember that 90210 scene where Luke Perry and Shannen Doherty break up to Chris Issak's Wicked Game? Come on people! Where are your hearts?! *sarcasm*

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