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Unspoiled! Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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The new dynamic duo discuss one of the most influential TV shows of all time. B has seen every episode, Money has seen none!

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Staking iTunes in its profanity free heart!!

Now that the secrets of iTunes reviews have been revealed to ME, I hope my reviews will be revealed to YOU! BtVS was my favorite show in high school. I'd never seen women portrayed this way before (strong, weak, impenetrable, vulnerable, conflicted, resolved) and I was enthralled. The show both crumbles and holds up over time and despite its failings under an older, wiser, more socially aware lens... I still enjoy it. B&M's commentary is priceless. M is skeptical and applies a fair amount of criticism (which is a sharp left from the opposite dynamic found on their Alias podcast!) and B does her best to defend the swamp of 90's social ineptitude and special effects. I can't wait until they settle into some of the more beefy material as the show finds its groove and audience. If you love BtVS (even through the side eyes) I suggest you give this podcast a solid go. And I promise! IT GETS BETTER!

A match made in heaven

In every generation there is a Chosen Podcast. They alone will stand against the terrible white "teenage" actors, horrendous 90's fashion choices, and the forces of darkness. They are the UnScrupled.

As a longtime UnSpoiled listener, I was delighted to hear these two were going to be covering one of the most popular tv shows of the 90's in the traditional UnSpoiled format. I did not grow up watching Buffy, and so when I attempted to give it a watch a few years ago my reaction was very similar to Money's and I quickly gave up.

Now that I am viewing the franchise with his accompanying snarling and B*tches' assurances that it will get better I am very much looking forward to giving the show another shot. These two make an excellent team, they both offer good insights, personal asides on their teenage years, and make hilarious remarks about the more cringy elements of the early episodes. Can't wait to hear more of what these two have to say. <3<3


You guys are f***ing FANTASTIC!!!!! All I can say is I *promise* season 2 is better than 1. I can say this with emphasis because I'm currently watching season 2 because I had to make sure my taste in TV isn't as bad as Money says it might be 😂 I've been dying for a show like this, I started watching Buffy when I was 9, and watched every week until the series finale. It's one of my all time favorites and has actually come to carry a lot of meaning for me as I've gotten older and watched it again (and again and again and again). There's definitely specific episodes I can't wait to hear your thoughts on, whether they're good or bad. You make my work (and school and parenting) day SO much more fun, this podcast is definitely one of the reasons I actually look forward to driving across my bull**** rural state with no phone service or radio signal.

Unspoiled! Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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