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March 17 2010

Felicia Day talks Dollhouse, The Guild and the Dr Horrible sequel. Very enjoyable interview over at AfterEllen.com.

I love the idea of bringing Penny back. She wouldn't be the same. She'd be dark and twisted and somewhat evil I'd imagine. Thus more heartbreak for Billy Buddy......
Great read as always.
I find it amazing how I can read countless interviews with Felicia, usually with similar questions, and still enjoy every single one of them. =)
@maxsummers I'm very much with you on that point. Somehow Felicia just exudes "lovely" off the page.
Yes. You've simply got to love Felicia.

I hadn't yet thought of the possiblity of a Pennyless sequal. Scary thought (though I'm sure I'll enjoy it, whichever way it goes).

At least we will see Felicia in the Guild season 4. I'm so glad that's going to be there. One refreshing thing about internet series is the great ones don't get cancelled so quickly.

And I'm looking forward to the comic.
didifallasleep, Some people use it is a joke some don't so, and no judgement just curiosity do you think Buddy is his last name?
:)

No. But it'd actually be funny if it was....like Beatrix Kiddo....
I find it amazing how I can read countless interviews with Felicia, usually with similar questions, and still enjoy every single one of them.

The nice thing about this one is that they really weren't the usual questions. Very nice read, and I'm looking forward to the comic.
I actually auditioned for three or four secretaries this pilot season.

I'd rather have more of her webseries than a network show that doesn't see her talent.
I like the stuff she said about online connection. It's probably been said by others, picked over to death from a social studies perspective, but I like the way Felicia talked about it.

Good little interview.

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