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part of a small rebellion | by maryann johanson

‘Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog’ Act II

It’s here!

(previous: Act I)

Frozen yogurt at the laundromat? Awww. How come I can’t meet a nice supervillain like Dr. Horrible? All the good evil ones really are taken, aren’t they? Or fictional.

Best line of the episode: No, not “These are not the hammer.” The line after that.

Nathan Fillion is a funny, funny man. And he is cute, too.

(next: Act III)

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  • FrankS

    Hi MaryAnn – the link to the page is messed up. You have a few HTML characters embedded in the URL.

  • MaryAnn


  • I liked the second bit a lot more than the first (which was a little underwhelming) — but it wasn’t until the “These aren’t the hammer” line that I finally came around.

  • And do make sure you check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hP_6Dlvk0Xs for Doctor Dreadful’s YouTube Riposte!

  • The Ugly American

    . . .

    Stick with the gutters, Rich. :)

  • JoshDM

    You know that Bad Horse is just totally going to be someone we’ve already seen who isn’t moist, heroic, or NPH.

  • D

    Spoiler alert:

    Bad horse is actualy a horse.

  • Readersomething

    Here’s a crazy geek idea: I’d love to see Captain Hammer (Nathan Fillion) vs. Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear in Mystery Men) in some sort of smarmy, egotistical superhero smackdown.

  • Melina

    “Typical, all the men are on the other bus.”
    “Or Time Lords.”

  • Kate

    Tee-shirts are available again on the site!

  • Jan Willem

    Nathan Fillion explains Captain Hammer’s power of awesomeness at some convention or other:

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