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The Icon Bar: The Playpen: A test for the film buffs
 
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VinceH Message #123624, posted by VincceH at 21:17, 5/5/2015, in reply to message #123623
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Plus I think at one point she did say that it's once every generation/millennium where something like this happens
Hmm... I suddenly have Buffer*: The Vampire Slayer in mind.

Some of the bad guys were ex-humans, so may lurk in memories as disfigured/mutations (but no Matt Frewer).

Dimly lit? Lots of stuff happens at night.

And while the opening monologue doesn't say anything about shit creeks or missing paddles (and that being where humanity can currently be found) if someone of the season-arc bad guys had got their way, that would be where humanity ended up.

And it does mention that one is born into every generation - although they later throw that out the window when there's a whole lot of 'trainee' slayers! And Faith - mmm! naughty

* In joke on a usenet group I used to inhabit.

Edit: WTF is a "sheet creek" when it's at home?

[Edited by VincceH at 21:18, 5/5/2015]
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