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Buffy in "When someone dies of old age on scifi TV, it’s never natural causes"

Sunday 22 August 2010, by Webmaster

Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

This is one of the best-known examples, and includes the classic trope of "old guy has young person’s tattoo." In the episode "Anne," Buffy runs away from home and goes to work as a waitress in a diner. But it turns out that young people are going missing in L.A., and then later they’re turning up again — old and dead. Buffy discovers they’re being sucked into Hell, where everybody ages more quickly. Contains the classic line: "Want to see my impression of Gandhi? Well, you know, if he was really pissed off."

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