Joss Whedon with Dollhouse star Eliza Dushku
Joss Whedon, the singular mind who in the past has given us Buffy, Angel, "Captain Tightpants" and Dr. Horrible soon will introduce television viewers to another memorable (if "forgetful" character) — Dollhouse's Echo, played by Eliza Dushku. Echo is an "active," a kind of a robot-hooker hybrid whose native personality and memories have been erased, allowing her to be programmed with the specific skills or characteristics that any "engagement" — or client with a robust checkbook — requires.
As the Feb. 13 series premiere of Fox's Dollhouse nears, Whedon will be dropping by TVGuide.com HQ to answer not just our questions but many of yours. So take a moment, give it some thought and offer up the one thing you would ask Joss — on any topic — after the jump.
Lil Wayne, John Mayer
You've already told us which ladies you're backing in the Grammy races this year. Now it's the fellas' turn.
The year's biggest music awards show is just around the corner, and we'd like to know which artist you're hoping will take home a golden phonograph or two. Were you more captivated by the rhymes of Lil Wayne of Kanye? Who is smoother: Chris Brown or Ne-Yo? Does John Mayer still make your body feel all "Wonderland"-ish or do you prefer the harder edge of Kid Rock and Metallica?
So tell us: Which Grammy-nominated male artist is your favorite? Vote in our poll after the jump.
The Grammys are drawing nigh, and while we, the
buying downloading public, don't necessarily cast a vote for who walks home with the golden phonographs, we'd still like to know which artist you're supporting this year.
Are you under the spell of R&B queen Beyonce, or are you still a loyal Madonna devotee after all these years? Did you crank up the volume every time you heard newcomers Katy Perry and Adele's catchy tunes, or do you prefer to jam to Rihanna's chock-full-of-singles album?
Tell us: Which Grammy-nominated female artist is your favorite? Vote in our poll after the jump.
Barack and Michelle Obama
The inauguration of Barack Obama has included festivities such as a train ride from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. and HBO's We Are One inaugural kickoff party. Of course, the extended celebration during the run-up to the historic swearing in of the 44th president has featured plenty of memorable moments.
So, we want to know: What has been your favorite moment from the Obama inauguration. Tell us after the jump.
Grey's Anatomy, House
November is almost over, and with its closing comes the end of another TV sweeps period.
This November sweeps saw the heavily hyped stunt episodes and guest-casting glory we've come to expect. But we couldn't help wonder: Which sweeps stunt was your favorite?
Tell us after the jump!
John Noble, Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv, Fringe
I'm going to be speaking with some of the powers that be over at Fringe, so I need your burning questions about J.J. Abrams' Fox spookfest. I have a few swimming around in my noggin, but I'd love to ask them yours as well. Here's what I've got so far:
Halloween is one of the few times a year when people actually enjoy being frightened. Whether kicking back with your favorite scary movie of visiting the local haunted house, the thrill of a good scare is undeniable.
But do you remember those days as a kid when it didn't take much more than some loud music and ugly face paint to haunt you at night? Did even cartoons like Scooby-Doo or comedies like Young Frankenstein spook you more than they should have?
If so, we want to know: What TV or movie moments scared you as a kid that, looking back, you just can't explain?
Halloween and The Ring
The time of tricks and treats is upon us again. But for those of us who have outgrown banging down doors for candy (and we're not certain we have), Halloween serves as an excuse to dig up our favorite freaky horror flicks.
Whether you like the gore of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, chilling serial killers like Halloween's Michael Myers or the more modern Asian-inspired screamfests such as The Ring, nothing makes Halloween more fun than watching (or re-watching) a creepy flick.
So, we want to know: What's your go-to scary movie?