In the very first episode of the new comedy podcast, Australian comedian, writer, podcaster, cabaret performer and sex columnist Brydie Lee-Kennedy tells us about her love of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. As a complete Buffy noob, I was interested to hear about Buffy as a feminist role model and how the series tackled difficult and important subjects like sexuality and depression. Over the course of the episode, I learn that British men control ALL women* and I came to realise I wasted so many hours watching Dawson’s Creek that I should have spent on Buffy. Luckily, in the UK at least, the series is available on Netflix!
*apparently. I have not managed to prove this. In fact I might have proved the opposite.
Brydie can be found on her website, on twitter and on either of her own great podcasts, Do Who I Say Not Who I Do, and Gods Of Comedy with Bec Hill. Seriously, what sort of fool would work with Bec Hill?
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And remember, that which does not kill you, makes your hair look a bit nicer!