"'Oh, they’re just like me," says Whedon of his first encounter with vampires, courtesy of Anne Rice. "Except they're beautiful, rich, tortured and immortal." Debt paid, he moves on to outline how that fascination became Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and expresses a strange regret about the franchise, in front of a live audience.
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