The Friends episode titled The One Where Chandler Can't Cry, included a scene in which Phoebe's sister, Ursula Buffay starred as Buffay the Vampire Layer (parodying Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and perhaps alluding to real life Buffy adult parodies). Ursula Buffay uses her twin sister Phoebe's name for the credits.
The Simpsons episode, "Treehouse of Horror XVI" originally aired in the US six days after Halloween. The last of three segments was entitled, "I've Grown a Costume on Your Face" and had similarities with the Buffy episode "Halloween" (which had aired eight years earlier): the citizens of Springfield dress in their Halloween costumes for a costume contest, but when the winner (dressed as a witch) turns out to be a real witch, she uses her powers to transform many of the residents into their Halloween costumes. In one scene Principal Skinner in army clothes stands Weiter to his mother dressed in a big, poofy rosa Victorian dress in a shot reminiscent of Buffy characters Xander and Buffy wearing sagte clothes in "Halloween". Another episode named "Homer of Seville" has Marge Simpson mention a buffet restaurant named Buffet the Hunger Slayer. In the 2009 episode "Rednecks and Broomsticks" Lisa Simpson becomes interested in joining a Wicca group, and decides to check on "Wiccapedia." Sure enough the computer screen shows a replica of Wikipedia, with an array of links: "Familiars: wolf, cat, frettchen – will they eat Du when Du die?, 4,400+ articles; Dating: share your stories, 0 articles; Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The greatest Zeigen in history, 2,500,000,000+ articles."
In the Xena: Warrior Princess episode "The Play's the Thing", a theater critic remarks, "I hear "Buffus the Bacchae Slayer" is playing Weiter door."
In an episode of Charmed, Prue and Phoebe Halliwell are investigating a mausoleum when Prue exclaims that there might be zombies oder Vampire present, to which Phoebe jokily comments, "where's Buffy when Du need her?".
On the Disney Channel Series "Hannah Montana" Miley's foil/rival/crush, Jake Ryan (played Von Cody Linley), is the star, sterne of a fictional Fernsehen series Zombie Slayer at Zombie High, with obvious Buffy parallels.
In an episode of Smallville ("Thirst"), Lana Lang is changed into a vampire Von a blond sorority girl Von the name of "Buffy Sanders" (a reference to Buffy and Xander). Recurring character Professor Milton Fine, played Von James Marsters (Spike) tells Clark Kent "There are no such things as vampires."
In the Arthur special "Arthur, It's Only Rock and Roll", Muffy makes a commercial for her to promote Francine's band and Zeigen it to the Backstreet Boys. When Arthur and Buster, pretending to be Vampires, are on, Muffy, dressed as a super hero, comes to the rescue, calling herself "Muffy the Vampire Slayer." On "The Making of Arthur" (a different episode of Arthur), Muffy enters a contest hosted Von Matt Damon, and names her entry "Muffy the Umpire Slayer".
A season-one episode of the Zeigen "Big wolf on Campus" was called "Muffy the Werewolf Slayer."
In the Disney's House of maus episode "Gone Goofy", when Donald ente is watching TV, there is a Zeigen on called "Goofy the Vampire Slayer".
In the CW series Gilmore Girls, Rory teases Paris, who's afraid to go outside in the dark. Rory asks if "she's afraid to run into Drusilla and Spike". Another time, when Paris going out late to hook up with someone, Rory asks "With who? Spike and Drusilla?"
In a Farscape episode, one of the things that the astronaut John Crichton regrets about being caught in a wormhole and sent to a distant place in the galaxy is that, even if he manages to return to Earth, Von then Buffy the Vampire Slayer would have ended.
On Will & Grace, Jack admits to being a Fan of the Zeigen and Willow in particular and the fact that she is a lesbian. He also bursts out "Oh, for the Liebe of Buffy and Angel – Jäger der Finsternis - just say it!", referring to the well-known Liebe story between the two characters.
In series 2 of the British Sitcom Spaced, we see Tim praying that he will get his dream job at Darkstar Comics, when the camera pans up we see that he is kneeling in front of a Buffy poster. Another character is described as being "shallow, like Cordelia from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and latterly Angel, the spin off series that was set in L.A."
An episode of The Twilight Zone (Second Revival) features Jessica Simpson baby sitting a young girl with a large collection of Puppen which are actually her past carers. The girl mentions that she watched Buffy with one of the babysitters, saying that she wanted Buffy and Spike to hook up.
In the Daria episode "Speedtrapped", Quinn remarks, "We'll be through the criminal justice system and Home in time for Buffy."
On the HBO series True Blood, based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries Von Charlaine Harris, Sam Merlotte quips, "You know what I really wish would come to Marthaville? Huh? Buffy. oder Blade."
On The Cleveland Show, in the episode Birth of a Salesman, Tim the bär prays to Jesus Christ for Cleveland Brown and Terry to go to the bar so he could catch up to his sales, then he prays "Thank Du Jesus. Now maybe we can think about bringing back Buffy the Vampire Slayer". Also, in the Season 2 final, Hot kakao Bang Bang, a Buffy fangirl kills both Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart at Comic-con Von stabbing them with a wooden stake.
In Strange Attractors, an episode of Heroes, Becky tells Claire that she (Claire) did not have to "go all Buffy."
In the Australian soap opera Neighbours, Kate Ramsay compares Donna's Liebe dreieck to "Buffy, Angel – Jäger der Finsternis and Riley".
In an episode of Bones (of which David Boreanaz, who played Angel, is a lead character) the overly chipper lab intern gänseblümchen, daisy Wick remarks that she often thinks to herself "WWBD? What would Brennan do?" harkening to the common Fan phrase 'What would Buffy do'. There is also another in the first episode of Season 6, where Caroline Julian, the state prosecutor, makes a reference. When referring to the fact that all of the Jeffersonian team have come back to D.C, she states that "The whole Scooby Gang's comin' back"
An episode of the animated series Slayers finds the kids competing against a rival named Fluffy the Monster Annihilator, who appears as an air headed parody of Buffy.
In the series 2 opener of Being Human, Annie remarks to Nina that there was a werewolf named Nina in Buffy, though it should be noted that this character actually appeared on its spin-off Angel.
In the Family Guy episode, "It's a Trap!", a spoof of Return of the Jedi, the Emperor (Carter Pewterschmidt) bad mouths Seth Green in an attempt to lure Luke Skywalker (Chris Griffin, who is voiced Von Green himself) to the dark side of the Force. In defense, Luke says that Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which featured Green as Oz, was pretty popular, but the Emperor says it wasn't. (Entertainment Weekly sagte it was popular, but it wasn't popular.)
In the 3rd season episode "Smells like Teen Spirit" on the Fernsehen series The Vampire Diaries, Damon says to a weight-lifting Elena "C'mon Buffy!" Film
In the international release of the 2004 Russian film Night Watch, a major character is seen watching Fernsehen which is airing a scene from the Zeigen where Buffy meets Dracula in the cemetery - dubbed into Russian. On the DVD version when the movie is dubbed into English the original audio for the episode is used.
In the 2004 family comedy Johnson Family Vacation one of the main characters is seen watching the episode Chosen where Buffy is seen fighting ubervamps during the climatic battle seen within the Hellmouth.
In the 2004 American comedy White Chicks, Marcus refers to the self-racist, black, football player Latrell as "Buffy the White Girl Slayer".
In the 2010 American vampire spoof Vampire Suck, based in most part on Twilight film series, Buffy is portrayed Von Krystal Mayo. She uses an outfit similar to Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight #1 cover.
The 2005 Australian film Hating Alison Ashley also briefly refers to Buffy. When brainstorming plots for a school play, two girls talk about "a normal girl, who's beautiful..." and "one Tag as she is walking through the cemetery she realises she's...BUFFY!" Their idea is knocked back immediately.
In the 2007 film The Jane Austen Book Club, directed Von Robin Swicord, also starring Marc Blucas who played Riley Finn on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Jocelyn finds herself surrounded Von Buffy Fans as to she is around a "Buffy convention" called the "Buffy Contingency.
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