funny buffy

"TV shows give me life!"

- I say to myself, rocking back and forth in the corner crying over fictional men. What year is it? Time is a construct. Who am I? What am I? I whisper as I become one with the screen. Farewell reality.

Every episode of Bones ever
  • Booth: we got a body
  • Brennan: I need this all sent to the Jeffersonian
  • Brennan: fracture to the ulna
  • Intern: can't believe I missed that
  • Booth: I'm Agent Booth, FBI, and this is my partner, Dr. Temperance Brennan, we're here to ask you a few questions.
  • Angela: I plugged in the exact muscles and subtracted the injuries that occured postmortem and turned the skull inside out and showed it to the computer. Here's our victim
  • Hodgins: bugs and particulates indicate this exact spot
  • Cam: *gasps* that's where the husband works
  • Booth: WE KNOW YOU KILLED HER
  • Husband: no. I want a lawyer
  • Booth: *stares angrily*
  • Sweets at some point: I know that you're not upset over this case, its something else
  • Booth: no way. Don't get all shrinky on me. Ok youre right
  • Intern: I reexamined the bones and found this
  • Brennan: this leads exactly to our killer. Good work
  • Real killer: I didn't mean to kill her. I just wanted to beat her up a little
  • Brennan and booth: *long stare*
  • Brennan and booth: *have meaningful talk about whatever was bothering them*
  • Brennan at some point: you're a good man booth
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20 years of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (March 10, 1997 - May 20, 2003)

Under cover of a tiny network (WB), a young audience and po-mo-gothic darkness it came and gave us everything – laughs, tears, epic sweeps, tiny moments, comedy, drama, realism and surrealism – without a missed beat or a wasted word. It made young female characters central without sidelining the male in a way not seen before or – at least with such complexity, such care – since. It fed your heart, your soul, your mind. Several TV generations have elapsed since it ended, but we have not yet seen the Slayer’s deft, clever, moving, thrilling, funny, feminist like again. Buffy still stands alone.