Here's a ranking of our favorite underbaked cookie's love interests—the good, the bad, and the Parker Abrams.The hit-her-and-quit-her of the Buffyverse, Parker Abrams is universally despised.Brendon, now 40, has fought a very public battle with alcohol and sleeping pill addiction.This sad state of affairs culminated with his tasering and arrest for battery of a police officer in 2010. Anthony Stewart Head as Rupert Giles: As long as TV and films need silver British villains, Head (58) will be able to find work.Still, Buffy managed to slay a few hearts during the show's seven season run.
She was only girl in the world who could do it, but had to do so while balancing her day-job as daughter, friend and schoolgirl. It was smart, moving, funny, heart-breaking and (in places) musical.
Buffy’s relationship with Angel plays an important role throughout the show’s entire run, but it arguably reaches its apotheosis in the second season, when they have sex for the first time, and Angel, experiencing a moment of true happiness as he holds her afterward, is cursed with the loss of his soul.
As a result, Angel is incredibly cruel to Buffy in the days that follow: He abandons her, and when she finds him, tells her both that she was too inexperienced to be any good in bed and shames her for being sexually active at all.
Friday marks the 20th anniversary of Joss Whedon’s groundbreaking series “Buffy The Vampire Slayer.” This week, I’m looking back at some of the most important elements of the show’s legacy.
The love longtime fans of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” feel for Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and her friends isn’t the same as the romantic ardor that men such as Angel (David Boreanaz), Riley (Marc Blucas) and Spike (James Marsters) felt for Buffy herself.