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As with any favorite, the TV series we love, those we come back to time and again, tend to say a lot about us. They remind us of who and where we were when we first saw them and help us chart how we’ve grown and changed over the years. They become guides, informing our view of the world or just helping us navigate it, be it through much-needed escapism, prompted introspection, or emotional catharsis. Welcoming a show week after week into our homes, sharing years with a group of imaginary friends, it’s little surprise we form such strong attachments, be it to a character, an actor, or a series.

I suppose, looking back, I was predisposed to love Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I was raised on a steady diet of The Hobbit, Little Women, and The Princess Bride; Christmas at my grandparents’ meant watching Star Wars and »

- Kate Kulzick

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