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Holiday Gift Help: Own A Piece of "Buffy" History

Confession time: in my living room, above my entertainment center is a framed Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Once More with Feeling poster. It is, even after the years since this brutally smart cult series wrapped, one of my prized possessions.

A Televisionary reader send in this link to a current eBay auction for another hard-to-find piece of Buffy history: a matted and framed original limited edition piece of artwork created for the final wrap party on Buffy. It features the regular cast at the time, including Sarah Michelle Gellar, James Marsters, Nicholas Brendon, Emma Caulfield, Alyson Hannigan, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Anthony Stewart Head in a sort of hand-drawn pre-Jo Chen piece that any fan would love to have.

Auction ends December 3rd at 10 pm PT and the Buy It Now function is available at a cool $750.

And with the holiday season swifty approaching, the perfect gift for any Buffy fan looking to add to their collection.

What's On Tonight

8 pm: Kid Nation (CBS); Christmas in Rockefeller Center (NBC); America's Next Top Model (CW); Shrek the Halls/How the Grinch Stole Christmas (ABC); 'Til Death (FOX)

9 pm: Criminal Minds (CBS); Bionic Woman (NBC);
Gossip Girl (CW); Pushing Daisies (ABC); Kitchen Nightmares

10 pm: CSI: New York (CBS); Life
(NBC); Dirty Sexy Money (ABC)

What I'll Be Watching

8 pm: America's Next Top Model.

On tonight's episode
("The Girls Go on Go-See Adventures"), the five remaining contestants (thankfully including Heather!) visit designers in Shanghai; later, Nigel Barker shoots the girls in an amazing photo shoot that includes Chinese costume dragons and lions. It's getting down to the final few model wannabes and for many of these girls the claws are out.

9 pm: Pushing Daisies.

Catch Televisionary obsession Pushing Daisies at a special time tonight. On tonight's installment ("Bitter Sweets"), Ned and the Pie Hole crew find themselves embroiled in a turf war with a pair of taffy-shop owner siblings (guest stars Molly Shannon and Mike White) hell-bent on pushing them out of business.

10 pm: Dirty Sexy Money.

On tonight's episode of the highly addictive screwball soap ("The Watch"): it's flashback time as we learn about Letitia's affair with Dutch (that would be Nick's daddy); Karen flirts with Simon while at the hospital visiting Patrick (recovering from last week's gunshot wound at the hands of his wife); Brian is arrested after trying to bribe the arbitrator; and Jeremy turns to Lisa for help in keeping his identity secret from Sofia.

10 pm: Project Runway on Bravo.

Season Four of Bravo's Project Runway continues. On tonight's episode, the designers try to come out on top while working for a very different client. Hmmm.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Ah! There's too much on Wednesday nights! I love Pushing Daisies, Dirty Sexy Money, ANTM AND Project Runway. What's a TV addicted girl to do? (Answer: Get another Tivo.)
Anonymous said…
damn - if only I had a spare $800.

I will just have to make do with my own OMWF poster that hangs above my couch (I still love that we both have that poster in our living rooms).
The CineManiac said…
(tear) That's me crying because i can't afford it.

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