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August 07 2009

(SPOILER) Salon critic reviews "Epitaph One". "Epitaph One" is the Holy Grail of "Dollhouse", its darkest and most promising episode. And Felicia Day is "America's biggest geek crush".

"Epitaph" is the most promising thing the Dollhouse has yet to produce.


They might be trying to do some wordplay as a reference to Epitaph's futurosity, but doesn't this line come off as a bit gloomy?
Ok I just watched it and it blew my mind hole!!!! CAN'T WAIT!!!
Epitaph One was indeed ten flavors of awesome, and yes, Felicia Day is utterly crushworthy.

My DVD box confuses, me, though (on the outside), by making a big deal out of the inclusion of the unaired pilot, but mentioning Epitaph One ... not at all??? Unless I'm missing it somewhere.
Is anybody else hoping for "Epitaph Two" at the end of next season? I'm thinking more in terms of a different way the future might go, rather than a continuation of E1.
Pretty sure Joss has said he doesn't intend to play with alternate futures too much so I think any further future episodes are more likely just to continue the story as it stands (although there're 10 years of future to set stories in so I can see e.g. "Epitaph 0.5", set in the gap. Except not called that).

My DVD box confuses, me, though (on the outside), by making a big deal out of the inclusion of the unaired pilot, but mentioning Epitaph One ... not at all???

Mine has a sticker on a cardboard cover that's spot-glued to the front of the DVD that says "4 Disc Set Exclusive To DVD: 2 UNAIRED Episodes The Original Pilot and Epitaph One". I mean, i'm gonna lose the cardboard cover within days i'd imagine (or spill coffee on it or something) but it's visible as a sales tool while the box is on the shelf.

The article's a bit fluffy but positive I guess, which is nice.

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