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'Buffy' actors reunite for 'The Huntsman: Winter's War' parody video

"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" alums Tom Lenk and Eliza Dushku show off their comedy skills by reenacting a scene from the movie while wearing homemade costumes.

"Get The Huntsman #LenkLewkForLess with me and Eliza Dushku. Peanut butter cup crown and MaxiPad tiara realness," Tom Lenk tweeted.
Tom Lenk/Twitter

For those of us fans still mourning the end of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," it's comforting to know that many of the hit TV series' actors remain friends and periodically show up on each other's shows.

"Buffy" showrunner Joss Whedon often gives the actors spots in his TV shows and movies, and many of the actors, like Nathan Fillion and Seth Green, find ways to work with their "Buffy" cohorts on episodes of "Castle" and "Robot Chicken."

So we knew we were in for a treat when Tom Lenk, who played Buffy nemesis then BFF Andrew Wells, recruited Eliza Dushku (slayer Faith) to join him in reenacting a scene from "The Huntsman: Winter's War."

Ever since this year's much-criticized "tech-themed" Met Gala, Lenk has been re-creating the gowns using everyday items around his house -- think paper plates and duct tape. He's been posting photos of himself wearing the DIY designs to his social media accounts.

The images became an instant hit with his fans. He then took it a step further by making the movie costumes worn by Ravenna (Charlize Theron) and Freya (Emily Blunt) in "The Huntsman: Winter's War," then doing a scene from the film with help from his acting gal pal Dushku.

The results are hilarious, especially when Lenk starts eating his own costume, which was partially made of candy. Be sure to compare Lenk's comedic masterpiece with the real scene from "The Huntsman: Winter's War," complete with angry whispering.