Today’s guest post will be hosted by Dickie from Rainbow MMO, one of the newer additions to my RSS feed that I always seem to make time for. This year is shaping up to be a banner year in LGBT visibility in TV programs. Of the ridiculous number of new programs that started up this… Continue reading LGBT Visibility This Season
Even though this is a subject that could potentially get me crucified among Dollhouse fans and potentially subvert my part of the Save Dollhouse campaign, “Belonging” solidified a belief I’ve held for a while: Eliza Dushku is the weakest aspect of Dollhouse. I’m not going to say she is a bad actress. I am just… Continue reading Dollhouse’s Main Weakness
My newest post over at TVverdict is a topic obviously near and dear to my heart: keeping Dollhouse on the air. This week, I tackle why the show is worth watching even though you might’ve heard otherwise. Below is an excerpt from the post: Unlike Whedon’s other shows, it is set in a world not… Continue reading [TVverdict] Fighting the Good Fight: Fox’s Dollhouse
For those fine folks who just can’t get enough of the awesomeness that is Professor Beej, below are two articles that I posted elsewhere this week. Enjoy! The always hospitible Matt Low gave me the chance to guest post at his blog World of Matticus again this week about my predeliction toward playing a healer/support character in MMOs. (You can read my… Continue reading Elsewhere Posts
Seriously, leave her alone. Echo has been through a lot since the end of last season, and the Dollhouse management always seems to want to push her out into another engagement instead of giving her adequate time to rest and recoup. Well, enough is enough. The girl needs some time off. After watching “Instinct,” I… Continue reading Dollhouse – Leave Echo Alone!