Friday, October 9, 2009


So i think joss Wheden has figured out a way to keep this show alive. In the first season it was all about the FBI trying to find the dollhouse and more importantly Caroline. By the end of the season the FBI agent, who lost his job searching for the dollhouse, actually finds the dollhouse. And in effort to save his life and the lives of the dolls he agrees to work for them. Yay, i know it sounds stupid. But all the worries about where the show might be heading now that the season one story line finished is over. The new plot is about a politician who oppposes the Rossum group (this is the group that secretly funds the dollhouse program) because of the animal and human testing. And in the latest episode (2 i think) someone gives him information about the rossum group and their human testing. Now my only worry is that this story line will be wrapped up by the end of the season. If that happens then the creators will constantly have to find new story lines, eventually the idea of a person being implanted will different personalities and memories will get boring. If that happens then we will just be watching little vignettes of a character that is unrelatable because the character can be everyone. But heres hoping that Mr. whedon knows what he is doing.

Grey's Anatomy

So for the last few seasons i have gradually become more and more disappointed with this show. And while it's still not up to par it's getting there. You can start to see glimpses of why you first started to watch the show. That being said, i'm so not happy with this merger idea. Not because i'm afraid we'll lose some of the characters (because let's face it, who cares?) but because it a stupid idea. I do know what they were going for, the real life job insecurity feel. Except they are doctors and doctors will never have problems getting a job, maybe not a great job or their dream job, but they will be employed. And nurses are in high demand, always. Okay, so maybe it's all about leaving your life behind, friends, home, city, etc.
So another point with the merger idea: It was all Richard Weber's idea in order to save his job. So when he was telling derek how horrible he feels letting people go, how can you believe that. This is a guy who wants to save his job, one that he can no longer do anymore. So has the chief been steadily getting on your nerves the last few seasons?


So i finally got around to watching this show again and i have to say it's getting better. The themes are a little too repetitive and the acting is a little harsh but overall i think this show is going to be really good. It's clearly still in the beginning stages and it needs to decide if it's going to be a medical drama or simply a drama set in a hospital (think Grey's Anatomy). I have high hopes for this show and hope that it will survive sweeps. Does anybody else agree or disagree?