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    Re: Dollhouse on Fox

    Quote Originally Posted by WrigleyDogA2;3801279;
    It was, however it was pushed back a week due to a tele-a-thon to raise money for the Haiti Earthquake, which will be broadcast on all network channels this friday.
    Thanks much for the info, WrigleyDogA2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearcata;3801466;
    Thanks much for the info, WrigleyDogA2.
    and of course I now feel bad for (also) complaining...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PWS;3803078;
    and of course I now feel bad for (also) complaining...
    Nothing to feel bad for. The tele-a-thon has not been widely advertised so you didn't know. No harm, no foul. (I knew about it because I work at an NGO that does medical relief care and is currently in Haiti)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WrigleyDogA2;3803417;
    Nothing to feel bad for. The tele-a-thon has not been widely advertised so you didn't know. No harm, no foul. (I knew about it because I work at an NGO that does medical relief care and is currently in Haiti)
    Hope your people are all ok. It sounds like a nightmare for the medical people there (and of course even more so for their patients)... supply trucks being hijacked... "Civil War era medicine"....
    Hope the telethon raises a goodly amount.... We can do without our fictional dystopia on Dollhouse for a week given the existence of this real one.

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    Looking forward to the series finale tomorrow night and hoping the Scoobies' efforts to save the world come across as believable rather than contrived!
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    Remember the finale is scheduled for 8pm tonight.
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    I'm looking forward to the finale tonight but also a little sad that the show is over. It will be interesting to see how it all comes together apfter Epit. 1 and the episode 2 weeks ago. I read online that the actor that plays Victor has a movie coming out where he plays a younger version of a character played by DeNiro - movie is called Stone, hopefully the other actors will be able to use Dollhouse as a launching pad as well and we will see more of them in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MotivesCanada;3812203;
    I'm looking forward to the finale tonight but also a little sad that the show is over. It will be interesting to see how it all comes together apfter Epit. 1 and the episode 2 weeks ago. I read online that the actor that plays Victor has a movie coming out where he plays a younger version of a character played by DeNiro - movie is called Stone, hopefully the other actors will be able to use Dollhouse as a launching pad as well and we will see more of them in the future.
    Victor (Enver Gjokaj) is an amazing actor (IMO); his performance as Topher has been excellent. I know the fact that they are all playing dolls with different personalities is great acting skills for each of them. But, I have been especially pleased with Enver's performance through out the show. He is not what I would consider a really handsome actor, but his characters and performance have made me very fond of him, and I look forward to seeing him perform again.

    Thanks for the reminder, and I agree tonight is sort of bittersweet. Conclusion and then goodbye.
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    Enver is by far the best actor on Dollhouse. He has done some very convincing accents, characters and I agree with Mike's Girl, his Topher was dead on. Glad to see him getting a role in a major movie with DeNiro.

    As for the ending it left me wanting more. But I guess they did their best.

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    how did Pryia/Sierra keep up that blonde hair in a post apocalyptic world? I was also sad to see Ballard die.

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    I was mostly content with the way they handle the ending. It left me with some questions, though.

    - They never addressed what happened to Whiskey? Did they just leave her in the Dollhouse to die when they went to that safe place?

    - Also, why wasn't Topher with them there? How did he end up in the hands of Rossum?

    I guess I need to go back and watch Epitaph One to see where things left off there.

    I thought Tony/Victor's salute to Mad Max was fun.
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