Buffy the Vampire Slayer - A Show that is Better than Mediocre.

Fourteen years is not too late to show up to the party.

Approximately one week ago, I discovered that I now magically have enough free time to watch American television again.  I do not know where this time came from but I am most definitely not foolish enough to ruin the whole affair by questioning it.  Instead, I decided it was time for me to sit down at my computer and acquire some American television.  After a relatively short time, I had wrangled some television that was mostly composed of the final few episodes of shows that I had been following earlier in the year.  In my new found free time, I was able to ingest the entirety of these collected shows in less than one night.  Having horrifically engorged myself on this mindless entertainment, I was left with a strange hollow feeling and a burning desire to fill it.  Rather than improve myself, I determined that the only way to fill this gaping maw in my soul was with more television.  With this in mind, I sat down at my computer and discovered to my horror that there was no new television for me to watch.  In this moment of desperation, I desperately did something desperate.  I reached far into the past, fourteen years, and plucked a bit of television from its own time and brought it to the present to entertain me.  For this offense alone, it is quite possible that Jean-Claude Van Damme is hunting me down as we speak.

While rummaging mindlessly through the entirety of television history, I stumbled upon a tiny obscure television program called Buffy the Vampire Slayer.  While I had never heard of the show before, a few of my streetwise informants informed me that the show might be worth my time and a possible ass-kicking from Officer Van Damme.  Heeding the advice of my mangy bedraggled informants, I took this show from its own time and forced it to live with me in my futuristic sky palace in the future.  And I will be the first to admit that it has been totally worth my eventual Van Damme delivered beat-down.  The show is substantially better than the complete lack of mention of it anywhere on the Internet would seem to indicate.  I am considering the inconceivable possibility that I might be using the Internet incorrectly or possibly the Internet is actually a massive super computer dedicated to preventing me from watching enjoyable television.  I will let you know more after further research.  

Regardless of why the Internet has never heard of this marvelous show, I am not afraid to declare to the world that the show is at least more than decent.  It might even be slightly better than okay.  Since I have already kidnapped the show from its rightful place in history, I suggest that everyone check it out since you have probably never heard of it.  It might be worth your time or something... if you don’t have anything better to do...  If you would like to watch it, you should send me a self-addressed envelope and a cashiers check for $99.99 to cover the expenses of cloning the characters, buying out of fashion 90’s clothing, making photocopies of the scripts and the like.  Please send your requests to:

 The Fat White Guy

202 Placewheretheforeingerlives Ave.

Japanville, Japan 45923

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