Buffy the Vampire Slayer herself Sarah Michelle Gellar is currently in the middle of bingeing her iconic TV show.
This year has been a challenging one for all of us thanks to COVID-19, and the widespread lockdown shone a particular spotlight on TV sets due to the crazy amount of free time everyone had.
"I had never thought to show it to them and they asked during quarantine," she said.
"We were trying to find shows to binge and I was like, 'Ok' – I didn't even know if they would be into it but they are like, so into it.
"Except I'm like the world's biggest disappointment for them because they'll always ask questions and I'll be like, 'I don't remember... I'll have to text someone and ask.' I think they know it better than I do at this point."
Gellar then laughed: "My son actually thinks that I'm cool now."
Meanwhile, back in July, actor James Marsters teased the one condition he'd have over reprising the role of bloodsucker Spike.
"I told Joss [Whedon, creator], whether it's one line or 50, I'd come, no matter where I was in the world," he noted. "But if he wanted to film me doing Spike, he had seven years, because I'm ageing and Spike's a vampire, and I don't want to play an aged Spike.
"If there was a way, or if Spike was always in vampire face. Then that might work."
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