Serial Killer Adopts New Pickup Line to Take Advantage of Coronavirus

Spoiler alert: Don’t go into this guy’s house, even if he offers you hand sanitizer for free. It’s just not worth it!

This is, of course, actor Ted Levine in his spectacular role as serial killer “Buffalo Bill” Gumb in the movie “Silence of the Lambs.” Levine did such a great job in this role that he was typecast as a bad guy in movies for several years afterward. Good for him, because he’s one of those “Oh, that guy” actors that everyone recognizes but can’t remember his name.

Anyway, the “Buffalo Bill” character was of course a loose caricature of real-world serial killer Ted Bundy, who was able to murder so many unsuspecting women because they figured why would such a suave, handsome and charming guy murder me, amiright?

Buffalo Bill differed from Bundy in that he kept his victims in a hole in his basement for prolonged periods of time so he could complete his “wardrobe.” Now that we think about it, woke Hollywood probably wouldn’t be able to make this movie today, because Buffalo Bill is simply not politically correct enough.

Anyway, don’t take this guy up on his offer of hand sanitizer!

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