Despite premiering one day before I was born, Buffy was still the most formative show in my high school years.
The Toronto pop punk band gives us sadness, joy, and frolicking in the mall.
"Seeing Red" – which featured a rape scene – created outrage, and is still being used in Culture Studies classrooms 15 years on.
Spike, Angel and all the others were the embodiment of unbridled, kinky, sadomasochistic sex for a heavily female and LGBTQ audience.
For the seminal show's 20th anniversary, we asked people who love it more than anyone about the episode that is most meaningful to them.
When I was 13, pretty much everything I knew about sex was from fan fiction. And from what I could tell, it was awesome.