All posts tagged: Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Stay in School: Most Movies/TV Shows Filmed At The Same High School

This is John Marshall High School. It is located in Los Angeles, California and pretty much every movie/tv show you have ever seen involving a high school was filmed here. Well maybe not every movie/tv show, but a pretty good amount. Check it out:   Can’t Hardly Wait   Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me   Buffy The Vampire Slayer   Boy Meets World Well the outside at least…   The Wonder Years   Other movies and tv shows include: Room 222, Mr. Novak, Bachelor Party, Smart Guy, Sister, Sister, Grosse Pointe Blank, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Supernatural, Boston Public, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Cory in the House, Hannah Montana, Pretty in Pink, Good Burger, Zapped!, Like Father Like Son, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Lucas Tanner, Amityville 4, Charlie Bartlett, Slaughterhouse Rock, Cirque du Freak, School of Rock, Home Room, and iCarly.   But probably the most interesting fact:   Leonardo DiCaprio graduated from this school!

Famous Actors in Background Roles

Above is a picture of Scott Wolf as an extra on Saved By The Bell before he broke out on Party of Five and went on to super stardom! Just kidding, no one has cared about him since 1999. Unlike Scott Wolf, these other background actors actually went on to be famous and stayed that way. Enjoy the clips! Oh and R.I.P. Scott Wolf…he’s dead right?   Jennifer Lawrence as a high school mascot on Monk Ben Affleck as basketball player in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (In Spanish…I think) Jason Segel as “Watermelon Guy” in Can’t Hardly Wait Alexis Bledel as an unnamed student in Rushmore (She is on the right) Steve Carell as “Tesio” in Curly Sue Lucy Liu as waitress on Beverly Hills 90210    

The 12 Most Darkly Funny Thanksgiving Themed Sitcom Episodes

Happy Thanksgiving Amurika! To celebrate thanks, we are thanking Splitssider for writing an awesome article on The 12 Most Darkly Funny Thanksgiving Themed Sitcom Episodes that we can “borrow”  for our own post. The article is quite entertaining and features Thanksgiving favourites from South Park, How I Met Your Mother, Tim and Eric, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and of course the Iconic Seinfeld. Check out the article here and enjoy your weekend! As for me, I’m gonna check out the Black Friday deals I can get on the Black Market. $75 for a new kidney and a mail order bride?! Sold! I shall call her Pumpernickel.