Priscilla's Ever-Growing List of Things that are Brilliant:
Last updated: 5/16/06
Buffy, Firefly, and General Jossverse:
- Song of the Count by Happyme and Cybermintz (Direct Link) -- explicit (not worksafe!), but funny as all heck.
- Once More, With Hobbits -- this should probably go in the LotR section, but there's so much there, and so few links in the Buffy section...
- Wisteria's Angel Reviews in Screencaps (also Alias, Lost, Veronica Mars, and Battlestar Galactica)
- Mosquito directed by Nathan Town
- Mal's Song by Escape Key (Michelle Dockrey)
- I CAN'T BELIEVE SHEPHERD BOOK IS MAL'S FATHER **SPOILER** thread (registration required, but it's free and so very worth it!)
- GeekWeek vs. Joss Whedon
- If Joss Wrote For "Peanuts"
- Cherub: The Vampire With Bunny Slippers
- Wonderfalls (Tim Minear) -- The funniest show you've never seen. An overeducated, underemployed twentysomething girl starts hearing the voices of toy animals.
- Firefly (Joss Whedon and Tim Minear) -- sci-fi/western, and it works. Some of the most compelling TV in years.
- Clone High -- bravely tackles challenging teen issues, such as sleep deprivation, catching ADD from toilet seats, the evils of litter, and having the guy you like not like you back the same way you like him.
- Invader Zim (Jhonen Vasquez) -- The Irken armada is poised to conquer the universe. Hilarity ensues.
- Veronica Mars (Rob Thomas) -- She doesn't have superpowers, she's just smarter than everybody else. The first on this list not to be cancelled after the first season! So much better than Lost, by the way.
- Mystery Science Theatre 3000 -- if you don't know what this is, you must have been living under a rock.
- Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical! -- This generation's Little Shop of Horrors. A hilarious, delightfully campy romp about the evils of marijuana.
- Bat Boy -- the only musical to have been inspired by a headline in the Weekly World News tabloid. A touching tale of love, acceptance, incest, British accents, and pointy ears. Utterly brilliant!
- Urinetown -- Viva la Revolution! A hilarious musical satire in which a water shortage forces the downtrodden to pay to use the bathroom.
- Avenue Q -- the grown-up's Sesame Street. Funny, funny, funny.
- Little Shop of Horrors -- one of my favourite musicals every since I saw it at age 8.