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And, of course, even if the network does buy the series, we know all too well that it doesn't mean they'll support the series.
But we will all cross our fingers, right?
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I hope it pans out.
I had completely forgotten it was starting but my husband saw it and DVR'd it for me.
Is it just me or does dollhouse have a resemblance to wolfram and hart (the building)? Maybe it's just because it has Fred walking around in a lab coat.
And, yeah, we never had enough time with Dushku's character(s) to care about them; so, the show has to give the audience something else. Another character to care about -- meaning, personal motivation. For instance, we don't know why FBI-guy is so motivated about the DollHouse -- so why should we care? It's as if Fox Mulder had just quixotically developed an obsession with no family mystery behind it.
That having been said, *SPOILER* I totally didn't see the Russian in the dollhouse thing coming. And I agree that the end had me interested to see where it would be going.**END SPOILER**
I've also discovered that the show doesn't hold my attention enough to give it my sole attention yet, which Buffy and Firefly always did. Still, early days.
I agree with you on Victor, the russian, really did not see that coming either. ****
1) Introducing the background and concepts surrounding Dollhouse a bit at a time, avoiding info-dumps for the most part, but still remaining understandable.
2) The episodes work pretty well on their own while still being linked to a larger story arc, you don't have to see every episode to get it.
The thing that amused me was Echo and Sierra (when they had the same personality implanted) both saying they learned to wear comfy shoes on the job. While wearing spike heels. On a job. Spike heels...
I agree. I've really been enjoying the show, but so far it seems that the story could easily be wrapped up in a few more episodes. Perhaps that was done purposely, under the assumption that Fox was probably just going to cancel it anyway?
Unfortunately, I think Joss mis-timed this. He needed to break into the deeper mysteries / larger conspiracies much, much sooner in the series -- maybe the first episode. And introduce us to the characters first, maybe, so we could see glimmers of themselves coming out ...? or something. I think there was too much wind-up to maintain audience. We'll see.
Anyway, word on the street is that it may be cancelled. If it is, there's no justice in the world. If it isn't, there isn't any justice either. I like the show, but I'd rather watch paint dry on the Serenity than Echo beating up FBI agents, naked. (This is partially about my complete lack of sexual interest in whats-her-face—and Sierra too—but the point stands.)
In case you haven't seen it, I won't give it away!
would've prefered if Firefly had gotten a second season over dollhouse....*sighs*