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Positively Positive Review – Dollhouse: Epitaph Two:Return

by on Jan.31, 2010, under Drama, Sci Fi, Television

Tahmoh Penikett and Eliza Dushku in the Dollhouse series finale “Epitaph Two: Return” Dollhouse Epitaph Two: Return

Well this was it, the final episode and I’m not afraid to admit that I pretty much cried my way through the last twenty minutes or so.

As I watched it, I realized that the reaction I had to this episode is exactly the sort of reaction I want to have to good art, whether it be a movie, a book, a tv show or even a song. No I’m not necessarily talking about crying, I’m just talking about the strong emotional response. That response could be laughter, cheering, jumping in fear or (as in this case) sobbing my heart out.

Joss Whedon has brought out this kind of strong emotional reaction in me many times before. From Buffy to Angel to Firefly, he’s made me feel a myriad of emotions while watching his creations. This episode was no different though I am fully aware that part of it was knowing that this was the end. It took me a while to get into this show but once I did, I was in love. Now that it’s over I’m going to miss it terribly, but at least there is some comfort in seeing the story wrapped up.

As I watched the opening scenes and saw all the names appear on screen, I got excited to see that Alpha was coming back. A part of me really hoped that somehow he would be a good guy, but I didn’t want to dare to let myself hope. So when it turned out that he had in fact “evolved”, I cheered.

This being a Whedon show, I did spend much of the time waiting to find out who was going to die. You’d think by now I’d be used to him killing off my favorite characters in shockingly cold ways. But I still was unprepared for Paul’s much too quick demise. Much as I did at the end of Firefly (after another one of my favorites perished in such a way) I kept hoping that somehow he wasn’t really dead. It wasn’t until Echo lost it that I finally knew it was true and I cried right there with her.

Topher and Adelle’s relationship was such a surprise. She took care of all of her people but Topher held a special place in her heart and their tearful goodbye brought on more tears.

I loved that Victor and Sierra had ended up together with their son, that was very sweet.

But it was the very last scene that made me lose control completely. Echo sits in the chair one final time and lets Paul inside of her in a way she never did when he was alive. Alpha gave her the greatest gift of all, downloading Paul from his own head so she could have him with her forever. The moment was even more bittersweet, knowing that Alpha loved Echo at one time himself.

Throughout it all, the song they played at the end fit the mood of those final moments. The song is “Everywhere I Go” by Lissie from the album “Why You Runnin’ “ and you can download it (like I did) from iTunes below.

I’ve already watched this episode twice and plan many more viewings. I also can’t wait for the entire series to be out on DVD so that I can watch the whole thing from beginning to end.

Overall a fantastic end to a show that I am so sorry to see leave my tv screen.

More Dollhouse….
Dollhouse, season 2, episode 3 “Belle Chose”
Dollhouse, season 2, episode 4 “Belonging”
Dollhouse, season 2, episode 8 “A Love Supreme”
Dollhouse, season 2, episode 12 “The Hollow Men”

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Positively Positive Review – Lie To Me: Tractor Man

by on Dec.15, 2009, under Crime, Drama, Television

Lie To Me, season 2, epsiode 10 “Tractor Man”. Image from www.daemonstv.comTim Roth and Mekhi Phifer in Lie To Me

There were so many great things in this episode; I hardly know where to begin. I guess I’ll start with the cast. In addition to the already wonderful regulars, we also got Miguel Ferrer as FBI Agent Steele (aka Agent Reynolds’ boss) and Felicia Day as a schoolteacher.

I’ve been a fan of Miguel’s for years and was so happy when I saw he was in this episode. I love seeing great actors on screen together and I was absolutely giddy over Miguel acting alongside Tim. Miguel’s character was not a bad guy, but in his fight to ensure that no one was hurt by a crazed bomber, he and Lightman go head to head on a few issues.

As for Felicia, I of course loved her in Dr. Horrible and when I saw her come on screen, I quite literally squealed out loud. Yes I’m that easy to please. She played the part of a scared schoolteacher looking out for her students very well. Getting to hear her sing again was a special treat. I had no idea that Brendan Hines could sing or play guitar and that little song they did together was so cute and catchy, I found that I couldn’t resist singing along either.

You can catch a clip of the song “White Lie” here.

Overall a riveting yet fun episode, with some great guest stars and some musical moments, the latter of which I’d never thought to see on this series.

More Lie To Me…
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 1 “The Core Of It”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 2 “Truth Or Consequences”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 3 “Control Factor”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 4 “Honey”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 5 “Grievous Bodily Harm”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 6 “Lack of Candor”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 7 “Black Friday”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 8 “Secret Santa”

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