Buffering the Vampire Slayer is a bi-weekly podcast in which your hosts Jenny Owen Youngs (professional musician and recreational Whedonverse aficionado) and Kristin Russo (professional writer and former goth teen) discuss Buffy the Vampire Slayer, one episode at a time. Every installment of the podcast also includes a new original song recapping each glorious Buffy episode! *wolf howl*
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Welcome, gentle viewers, to our taping of S7E16's "Storyteller" LIVE from Philadelphia!!! We have shirtless cereal pours, many mispronunciations of the word VamPYRE, two oven mitts and a smoking jacket, a history of mirrors, and many Andrew-feelings ... more
We've got a heaping scoop of racism and colonialist bullshit this week, including but not limited to a very troubling (and problematic af!) origin story of the Slayer line! We also have a damn fine performance by Lalaine, a deep dive into the differe... more
Robin Wood is taking Buffy on a date to a hidden restaurant in the alleys of Sunnydale (that makes brandied pears?!), Xander is helping Ashanti pick out the right rope to help tie him up over the Seal of Danzalthar, and the gang has really outdone th... more
I adore this podcast and it’s lovely hosts, Jenny and Kristin, as well as their amazing guests. They write ORIGINAL MUSIC every week! How amazing is that?! There are songs for every episode and jingles for the characters. It is really fun to rewatch Buffy with them, and it is so valuable to hear their commentary about the show and the real world around it. This podcast keeps me company throughout my week and always helps me smile and laugh even when things are hard. Much love.
If you love buffy and love peaople losing their minds this is the podcast for you 🤣 I love how chaotic the episodes are it is a truly enjoyable listen. I also gotta say I initially was a little scared at the thought of the songs at the end but now they’re 100% something I look forward too at the end of the episodes. I have multiple tracks on my Spotify playlists and I literally light up when they play 🤣♥️
Such a cute and interesting way to rewatch with these ladies. Very informative and refreshing to feel like I’m rewatching with them! 😍
This is THE podcast to listen to if you're a Buffy fan. The hosts have excellent chemistry and each episode rundown has a cool song at the end that's related to the episode they're watching. You NEED to listen to this.
I have loved Buffy since watching live when I was 12. I have a few friends that have loved the show and I’ve chatted and bonded with. But the 2 of you are so fun to listen to on your thoughts, sorry that I have came across it a little too late! Keep doing what your doing ladies you both have very insightful thoughts! And fun ones along the way that actually have me laughing out loud during work hahaha!
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Buffering the Vampire Slayer launched 6 years ago and published 207 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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