Much like The finale picked up where Epitaph One (end of Season 1) left off: Zone (Zach Ward) and Mag (Felicia Day!!!
) have imprinted a child (Adair Tishler) with Caroline’s personality (as per Whiskey’s directions) so she can lead them to Safe Haven aka where all the cool people are at (Dewett, Priya, Priya and Victor’s adorbs son).
I can only express my sincerest condolences to those who backed this project on Kickstarter, and were looking forward to this film as much as I was.
As a loyal Whedon fan, I will keep my eyes peeled for any and all of his upcoming projects and continue to hope against hope that he dismantles my Whedon Effect theory next time around.
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humans whose memories and personalities were wiped by the Dollhouse so that they can be programmed to be lovers, friends, assassins, etc.
ended this past Friday and I am all torn up about it for a few reasons, mostly because the finale introduced some pretty amazing elements that really really SHOULD have been thrown into the mix at the beginning of the season.
I can say that I’ve always been fascinated by nesting dolls or objects splitting in half or housing other objects…
it carries into metaphors about secrets, inner worlds and/or past-present relationships.
Flash Drive Skillz: I love Victor/Tony’s (Enver Gjokaj) little posse of Tech Heads!
They look straight out of Road Warrior and they carry their skills around on USB Drives which they wear ’round their necks, you guys! See how the Little Asian One (Maurissa Tancharoen) implies that she saves “Mercy” onto one drive in order to make room in her head to load up “Weapons Expert” from another drive without losing her mind? Family Matters: I loved the Priya (Dichen Lachman)-Tony-Little Tony dynamic (again, I wish it had been explored more when it actually mattered).
But let’s start from the very beginning, a very good place to start: When did you decide that art was going to be your life? Steve: In junior high I discovered kids would part with their money for fantasy drawings or paintings of their favorite metal band on the back of their denim jackets.