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April 04 2009

(SPOILER) Preview for next week's episode of Dollhouse. This is the episode which has the fab title "A Spy In The House Of Love".

*grumbles* I can never view anything on Fox On Demand... caught it on YouTube though. Sierra seems pretty kick-ass in this one. Can't wait!

[ edited by Wimpie on 2009-04-04 11:20 ]

[ edited by Wimpie on 2009-04-04 11:29 ]
Wimpie, could you please post the youtube link?

Edit: Hm, it says I posted at 11:40 CET, but it's actually 12:40 CEST (daylight savings time…). Is there a switch for that somewhere?

[ edited by Salocin on 2009-04-04 11:42 ]
Weird, the promo that aired after "Needs" had all this same footage and voiceover, but in reverse order (it started with the stuff inside the dollhouse with Eliza, and ended with Dichen pulling off her wig and running). I also think it was longer.
I don't get it, it's the second time I realise that I saw a 2:40:1 (I think so) aspect ratio in the previews, instead of the 1:78:1 that they actually air.

Can I be right? You can check in the trailers posted by nasarius (the 2:40:1, like a movie theater screen ratio) and gossi (the tipically 16:9 HDTV ratio).

"Cinema" Version
16:9 Version

[ edited by Angel TheVampire on 2009-04-05 02:23 ]
It doesn't look very interesting to me but really, none of the promos do and then the eps pull me in any way.
That ep. promo just screams ALIAS at me.

I was a big fan of that show, scary obsessed almost. But that promo man, it was like watching a promo for that show.

I'm not sure that's a good thing. XD

[ edited by druzilla on 2009-04-06 00:10 ]
The "aired promo" was far better than the other one. I'm looking forward to it.

Also a big fan of 'Alias.'

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