So the premise for Identity looks interesting.
You know, the one where Ben is teaching Luke all about the Force while traveling to Aalderann on the Millennium Falcon. In order to show Luke that the Force is more trustworthy than Luke's eyes, he covers them, and then has him practice with his lightsaber. Somehow, you just knew that was going to come up again during the climactic moment.
So you might get a sense of Déjà Vu watching Elixir. Especially during the opening scene where Zed is having Cypher practice his swordsmanship with invisible fruit.
Earlier this year, Firefly fans were excited at the announcement that the Multiverse Network was putting together an MMOG based on the Firefly/Serenity universe. Now Fox has apparently cancelled the franchise once again, choosing to promote instead a new MMOG based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer...
So it's no surprise that Act II of Whedon's hit web-series Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog has a little food for thought mixed in amongst the freeze rays and melodies.
This week gave us an answer to the question of Beth's job search, as well as a look into Mick's pre-Coraline past and gave the couple a few questions to chew on about the meaning of family. All while they thwarted a serial killer/kidnapper.
Love makes you do the wacky – William the Bloody
When you love crazy people, it makes you crazy. Just ask Mick St. John. Fifty years ago, he married a woman named Coraline. But she neglected to tell him a slight detail. No, it's not that she was one spring roll short of an all-you-can eat Chinese buffet. She was, but that's a minor detail compared to the big secret: She was a vampire. Mick found that out the hard way, when she turned him into one as well.