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August 26 2009

Faces of Echo. A Hulu-exclusive (hence US-only) retrospective of all the different personalities Echo assumed in Season 1. With an introduction by Jane Lynch (playing her Glee-character Sue Sylvester).

I have ridiculous (possibly unhealthy) love for Jane Lynch.
I watched Party Down. She's amazing in it. (you should watch that show if you rewatched THAT The Office scene 28 times like me btw) (you know the one) (great show).

I watched Glee. She's awesome in that, too.
I watched Party Down. She's amazing in it. (you should watch that show if you rewatched THAT The Office scene 28 times like me btw) (you know the one) (great show).

Ah, I'll bite. I love "The Office" but I don't remember Jane Lynch in it. What episode was it in?
She wasn't. I was just referencing the kind of show The Office is.
Awesome, interesting they used some footage from the unaired first pilot. :D

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Well, it is certainly all mainstreamed up. Would have liked it to be longer and a bit more in depth.

But yay to Jane Lynch, love everything she has done. Can't wait for Glee, squee!
I like it. They should, oh I don't know, show that on TV. Maybe during the Glee premiere, when lots of people very well could be watching FOX.
I also think that they show more of the premise, not just the many personalities but that she becomes self aware and the mysteries of the Dollhouse.
I think it's funny how she was only in that dominatrix outfit for about 10 seconds yet it figures so prominently in the Fox promos.
Yeah, Fox still seems convinced that it will attract young males in the 24-to-39 range. Can't imagination why? ;)
I think singer Echo has a something I want to see more of from Ms. Dushku. And hear more of.
Right there with ya, Pointy. Though I'd like to see it executed much better than in "Stage Fright."
Eliza needs to sing jazz standards or torch songs while draped over a piano. She's just that kind of dame.

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