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Strong: I had one line in the unaired presentation!Marsters: I knew that the show had a chance to last for decades.Trachtenberg: It showed that women can kick some f—ing ass!It showed that women can star in a show and be the title character.I would always tell my agents and managers, "I'll do whatever!I'll be an extra, I'll do a walk-on role." Then I got an audition with Joss and [executive producer] Marti [Noxon] and I went in and bought this really cool T-shirt that I thought Willow would like because I was legitimately such a fan.It was a powerful combination and the right idea at the right time. Carpenter: It was a character that was an adolescent young woman assuming her destiny, and that's a powerful message. She made you think that if she could do all this then so could you. There was today can thank Joss Whedon and his brain for that.Fury: Joss saw that there was a need for this feminist heroine at the time.
My own mother was a single mother, and I watched her struggle with that role at a time when it wasn’t socially acceptable to be divorced.I had to go tell him that I didn't match his score. It covered so many facets of difficulty growing up.And he whispered, "It's OK." What made the show so ahead of its time? Joss' voice was a big part to the success of the show. Within three weeks of the show there was a That shows how quickly it went into the zeitgeist. When you listen to Prince you have no idea what decade it's from. People have said there have been derivatives of Carpenter: We balanced special effects, fighting, drama, comedy all in one show. That really hasn't been done, memorably, since. Over the years, Buffy’s world went from one of good and evil where everything was black and white, to one that became much more about the grays in between.By the way, I do a lot of my own stunts, and I'm doing the stunts with the stunt doubles for Buffy.There's three of them, they're multiple black belts and believe me they could kill us right here, right now, without breaking a sweat." And then he kept going on and on and I said, "How tall is Bruce Lee? The show also explored a lot of important subjects that weren't being addressed on television targeting younger viewers at the time.