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Michelle was a young teen when she joined Buffy in Season 5 and she did a LOT of whining back then and screaming and she was just…ugh.But “ugh” in a way that little sisters are “ugh” so we loved her anyway and for that reason alone and the threat of jail time I think is a big no go zone!Sarah had been around Hollywood/New York Entertainment scene since she was a young child, she knew what was up and she was not playing that.She was a sought after actress so she did not need to be validated by a first time TV showrunner.Meanwhile, at least two different people on the outside are trying to bring down the Dollhouse, one by finding Echo and the other by using her. The time-slot didn't help (Friday night is usually the go-out-and-party-night) so most folks (like me) would Ti Vo this or DVR it for later viewing (which doesn't count to the networks, I guess). This show is really picking up steam and the story lines are getting better and better, especially now that the Echo, Sierra and Victor characters are being fleshed out more and given extremely interesting back stories.15 years earlier in 1994's "True Lies", Eliza Dushku's character Dana Tasker is the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger's character Harry Tasker, whom is a secret agent. Eliza Dushku is a find as the tough, enigmatic protagonist of this series and since FOX isn't going to allow this cool show to go past two seasons, I sincerely hope they have the common sense to keep her on the payroll for other projects.
aren’t commenting on the recent cheating accusations brought against Joss Whedon by his ex-wife, Kai Cole, in a recent scathing guest column.
Now that I know who he is, she would intimidate him and she has far to many physical similarities to his wife.
But the biggest reason Alyson can’t be the affair women is he wouldn’t risk her talking about it in one of her “Band Camp” stories.
When they are not on assignments, they live in an underground "Dollhouse", a facility that protects and provides for their needs, including food, exercise and sleeping pods little bigger than coffins.
One of the dolls, a young woman called Echo by her handlers, is slowly becoming aware of herself and what is going on.
Her chemistry with both good-guy Paul Ballard (Tahmoh Pennikett) and with brilliantly insane psycho nut-job Alpha (Alan Tudyk) is palpable and riveting.