I've never been one of the Joss Whedon "fans" -- but I've always respected the guy.
But that's mostly, I have to confess, because of "Toy Story" -- which, when you reflect on the guy's body of work is a little sad. For me, of course, not him. Because I bet when he reflects on his body of work he's got to be pretty happy. Especially if he's reflecting on it in a comfy chair in a big house that's someplace nice, maybe it's even a second home -- a vacation house, and he has a nice glass of wine and... sorry. I digress.
In any case, I guess I always just thought of him as a horror/sci-fi guy and never tuned in much because I'm not much of either.
But now, because of Dr. Horrible, I'm here to say: I'm a Joss Whedon fan. I'm going to check out Dollhouse. And he's officially on -- maybe even at the top of -- my list of people I want to work with.
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