So I missed the Twitter heard 'round the world, at least the TV world. Actress Felicia Day said on her Twitter micro-blog that the "Dollhouse" episode in which she makes a guest appearance, "Epitaph One," won't air on Fox. Horrible Twitter, which is a Whedon family project, confirmed the news. That led to speculation that the show has been canceled, which is not the case. Actually, I'm glad I wasn't on Twitter when this story blew up -- by late this afternoon, several capable TV writers had sorted out the situation.
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Edit Eliza Dushku was discovered at the end of a five-month search throughout the United States for the perfect girl to play the lead role of Alice opposite Juliette Lewis in the film That Night Born in Boston on December 30, , she has studied the piano, drums, and several types of dance jazz, tap, and ballet. Her previous acting experience includes numerous amateur presentations at the Watertown Children's Theater where she was part of the company since she was in the first grade. In addition to acting, she is sometimes seen on stage at the Children's Theater signing for the deaf.
Often plays young debutantes "on the edge" Distinctive throaty voice Trivia 74 Was legally emancipated from her parents because of the restrictive laws that limit the hours that a minor is allowed to work. Younger sister of Nate Dushku. Her last name is pronounced DUSH-koo and rhymes with "push.
Amy Ryan December 28, at If you really like a song or a movie or a TV show, no matter how cheesy the conventional wisdom says it is, you should feel free to say so without guilt, and to defend your appreciation vigorously. It was this sort of writing — passionate discussion of things individual writers cared deeply about — that marked the best of PopWatch for me in Same for Annie Barrett on The O.