Welcome Back Eliza

Joss Whedon’s Buffy, The Vampire Slayer has given the  viewing public some wonderful stories and within them some beautifully amazing babes who can act, Alyson Hannigan, Amber Benson (I still love you, call me), Juliet Landau, Charisma Carpenter, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Michelle Trachtenberg, Emma Caulfield and my perennial bad girl Eliza Dushku. Aside from her on Buffy and Angel, I was a great fan of Tru Calling and loved every freakin’ minute of her I could find on film and TV. I even videotaped and still have her guest appearance on That 70’s Show. I am a Hardcore “Dushkuer”. By no accident I am also a hardcore Joss fan, for more than a few reasons. Notwithstanding the fact that he has done phenomenal work on TV and film (Titan AE, Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Serenity), here is why I love Joss. He is loyal. He has a soul. When he finds an actor or actress he can share his vision with, they will keep coming back. He is loyal, a quality not found much in Hollyweed. You will see a cadre of actors that recur in his work over and over.

With that thought in mind:

Coming soon:


Eliza plays Echo, a secret agent/tabula rasa who, with others, gets a memory imprint to run a specific mission(Thinik Johnny Mnemonic with no personality..oh wait.that WAS Johnny Mnemonic). When the mission (Fantasy, sweatwork, secret agent stuff) is completed, their memories are wiped and they reside in “The Dollhouse”, a sort of children’s dormitory/Secret Lair/research facility,……….

until Echo starts to remember……




Greenlit for 7 episodes



Fox Network HUGE NEGITIVE!!!!!!!!

As much as Joss is loved by fans, he has NEVER had a network hit.

Firefly was a ratings disaster on Fox (affix blame where appropriate)

Tru Calling was a muddled mess on Fox

Fox has never understood how to properly promote and keep their hands off and let shows find their stride.


 Whedon swears it’s a whole new day at Fox now and they WILL air the episodes in order(insert Firefly joke here). That being said, I CAN’T FRACKIN WAIT!This is Dome, with hope for the future. Call me, Abby! Hello, Public Radio?

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