Dollhouse: The Hollow Men

Wow. It has been a spectacular journey, watching this show go from crappy to almost decent to interesting to total failure. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a show crash and burn this badly. Even the last episode of Battlestar Galactica had redeeming features.

At least it made me feel better about bugs in Phenomenon 32. Even if it had a million of them, it would still be better storytelling than this. And that’s not arrogance. Random sentence generators can do better storytelling than this.


  1. Theo

    I tried to watch that show in whole,I didn’t eventually make it.Stopped it to the 6th-8th episode,it was not a top priority as a show.
    Won’t remember it after 1-2 years,that’s for sure.
    Now,you shouldn’t feel bad about Phenomenon 32,not at all.
    As far as I am concerned,I am astonished of your (price-free) projects,every single one of them.I would love having your mental strength to go through this process

  2. Evil Roda

    Tonight, I was looking at my old PC games for a bit of nostalgia, and lo and behold, what do I find amongst all the games I actually knew we had? Myst! I never knew we had that game! this is fucking amazing! O_O

  3. Dojutrek

    @ Evil Roda

    Are you talking about the old 2D backdrop version of Myst or the Full 3D version of Myst (RealMyst)?

    @ Jonas

    Also, Don’t push yourself too hard on Phenomenon 32. It’ll get done, but stressing and making any ailments worse isn’t worth it.

  4. Evil Roda

    @ Dojutrek

    It says it’s for Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 on the front of the CD, so I’m assuming it’s the original. I can’t get the CD out to check, because I have it in my CD drive, and it’s running right now. I only opened Chrome to get a walkthrough (I just started, but I think I’ll need it soon, I can never finish these games without a walkthrough). This is quite awesome.
    Now, if only I could find a copy of Harvester that I never knew we had, that’d be even more awesome…

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