Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is about is to do a total disservice to Whedon and his large fan-base.
That's the gist of it, anyway, but to say this is all Dr.
One is thrust into that sharp, laconic, and joyously obvious sense of humor that reveals Whedon as someone who is a kind of curious master of musical comedy with those appropriate doses of barbed satire.
At the same time, as one who may have watched their share of Buffy and even Firefly knows, Whedon is also a hopeless romantic (hopeless in that he can't seem to put people together without *something* going wrong, which is the point of all drama one supposes), and his tale of Dr.
Hancock, take note, this is how it's done with consistency! Horrible can be summed up in one sentence: Boy (Dr.
Horrible) with nerdy powers finds and wants girl, boy loses girl to arch nemesis boy Captain Hammer, boy plots revenge, boy finds things end on a pretty bitter and sad note.
On this trip to the doctor, Teenie's obsessions with text messaging, instant messaging, Facebook and My Space got a little out of control—not to mention dangerous for her digits.