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The 'silly' prosthetics in Netflix's 'Sexy Beast' dating show

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“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” influenced Netflix’s new dating series “Sexy Beasts,” a colorful lovechild of “The Masked Singer” and “Love Is Blind.”
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