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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
PostPosted: 27 Oct 2009, 22:01 
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No one mentioned it, but I thought the last episode was very good. One of the best in the series.

:green: Very good. Finally.

Yeah sure... only had to wait until they cancelled it for the writing to improve.

It's called incentive.

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
PostPosted: 27 Oct 2009, 23:08 
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I watched my first episode last night, I was dreading it actually as i was sure i would not like it but that was not the case. I actually enjoyed it and will be watching the rest. My wife did catch me humming the theme tune for Joe90 while watching the show though, I was unaware of this till she pointed it out to me.

PS: I did not go through the whole thread as i hate spoilers

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
PostPosted: 28 Oct 2009, 00:42 
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Also, they're benching Dollhouse for November sweeps and will rattle off the rest in back-to-back Friday-death-slot runs. Eh.


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Cancelled? That's too bad. I guess I won't miss it too much, although I did watch it every week.

Yeah... Fox said it won't get another season but they will let them do their 13 episodes. And they made sure to tell them early enough that they had the last 6 episodes to wrap some things up.

I've only read that they'll let s2 finish and decide on s3 after s2 finishes (but that news is 2 or 3 weeks old) — could you post a link?

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
PostPosted: 29 Oct 2009, 06:53 
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Nunis wrote:
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No one mentioned it, but I thought the last episode was very good. One of the best in the series.

:green: Very good. Finally.

Finally watched it last night, and :green: , but:

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I don't really understand why Sierra would go back into the house - because she wanted to forget what she'd done/what he did to her?

I just don't see her going back to that life after being stuck there against her will.

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
PostPosted: 11 Nov 2009, 19:00 
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It's official, Dollhouse is dead.

"Episodes five though 10 will air in two-episode blocks on Dec. 4, Dec. 11 and Dec. 18, and episodes 11 through 13 will air on Fridays beginning Jan. 8, meaning that the series finale will land on Jan. 22."


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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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I thought the opening to Season2 was useless, and I stopped watching it so no big loss there. There is way too much on in the way of good dramas at the moment so don't mind this one being dropped.

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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Two more good episodes - if they keep this up, I may actually miss this show. And Enver Gjokaj was impressive yet again.

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Two more good episodes - if they keep this up, I may actually miss this show. And Enver Gjokaj was impressive yet again.

Haven't seen them yet, I'm way behind on my tv watching, but Enver is consistently one of the best things on the show, and the best discovery from it. I hope he manages to move on to something awesome.


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PostPosted: 07 Dec 2009, 11:30 
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Two more good episodes - if they keep this up, I may actually miss this show. And Enver Gjokaj was impressive yet again.

Haven't seen them yet, I'm way behind on my tv watching, but Enver is consistently one of the best things on the show, and the best discovery from it. I hope he manages to move on to something awesome.

Yeah, on the second episode he was great. It seems that this show tends to give its better episodes when they're not aired (like the final episode of season 1) or when it's about to get cancelled.

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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Two more good episodes - if they keep this up, I may actually miss this show. And Enver Gjokaj was impressive yet again.

Haven't seen them yet, I'm way behind on my tv watching, but Enver is consistently one of the best things on the show, and the best discovery from it. I hope he manages to move on to something awesome.

Yeah, on the second episode he was great. It seems that this show tends to give its better episodes when they're not aired (like the final episode of season 1) or when it's about to get cancelled.

I have enough faith in Joss, and cynicism about Fox to point out that those are the ones the network would be least likely to meddle with. But maybe I'm just making excuses.


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knarf wrote:
Two more good episodes - if they keep this up, I may actually miss this show. And Enver Gjokaj was impressive yet again.

:green:

Victor's Topher was pretty awesome.

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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knarf wrote:
Two more good episodes - if they keep this up, I may actually miss this show.

What he said last week. Excellent episodes this week.


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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 13:21 
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Does anyone remember why Ballard was trying to save Caroline/Echo from the beginning?

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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Does anyone remember why Ballard was trying to save Caroline/Echo from the beginning?


He had a picture of Echo sitting outside her university and basically P.I stalked her?

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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 14:03 
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Does anyone remember why Ballard was trying to save Caroline/Echo from the beginning?


He had a picture of Echo sitting outside her university and basically P.I stalked her?

That's what I remembered and was hoping there was something more than that.

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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Wow. This series is really getting ambitious with these last few episodes.

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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Wow. This series is really getting ambitious with these last few episodes.

:green:

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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A few nice touches, but otherwise I was pretty underwhelmed by the finale.

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A few nice touches, but otherwise I was pretty underwhelmed by the finale.

:green: very underwhelmed
esp after the last few eps

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How important is it to see Epitaph One before watching Epitaph Two?

E2 is sitting on my DVR and I'm wondering if I should just buy S1 or rent the final disc or try to DL the final episode before watching it...

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How important is it to see Epitaph One before watching Epitaph Two?

E2 is sitting on my DVR and I'm wondering if I should just buy S1 or rent the final disc or try to DL the final episode before watching it...

I'm not sure how "important" it is, but I'm glad I watched them in order, I guess.

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How important is it to see Epitaph One before watching Epitaph Two?

E2 is sitting on my DVR and I'm wondering if I should just buy S1 or rent the final disc or try to DL the final episode before watching it...

I'm not sure how "important" it is, but I'm glad I watched them in order, I guess.

:green: I think it would make things clearer.

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knarf wrote:
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How important is it to see Epitaph One before watching Epitaph Two?

E2 is sitting on my DVR and I'm wondering if I should just buy S1 or rent the final disc or try to DL the final episode before watching it...

I'm not sure how "important" it is, but I'm glad I watched them in order, I guess.

:green: I think it would make things clearer.

There is a recap at the beginning that I thought told you what you needed to know... but I think it is better to have seen it all first.

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 Post subject: Re: Dollhouse
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We sat down to watch E2 and were so confused by the first five minutes that we decided to hold off until we could see E1.


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