Elisa, who hates Twilight with a passion, successfully finding four genuine things to like about it.note #4: it got young women into literature. #3: it provided them with consequence-free Wish Fulfillment fantasies that allowed them to escape normal life. #2: it made vampires cool and sexy in popular culture — without Twilight, we never would've had True Blood, the Vampire Diaries TV series, Let the Right One In's American popularity, etc. #1: tying into #2, its changes to vampire mythology, making them gorgeous and loving (and sparkly) rather than monsters hiding in the dark, made them far more acceptable as protagonists.
Elisa was pregnant while filming the review section of “Monster Mash”, and she still wore one of her tight corseted dresses. That's dedication.
Everyone being repulsed with Critic for being the zombie who bludgeoned a little girl to death. That should be obvious and not awesome, yes, but this was a time where Critic got away with a lot of awful in his own show and never got called out.
Making a point during her Once Bitten review to tell any kids or teenagers who may be watching that when it comes to their bodies and what they choose to do with them, including if and when they choose to have sex, it's okay to be selfish.