Sci-Fi Talk Podcast Features Dollhouse, The Fringe, And Lost

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Sci-Fi Talk Live hosted by Tony Tellado is featuring new interviews from top television shows taped at New York Comic Con in February 2009 featuring some of the casts and producers of Dollhouse, The Fringe And Lost.

Tony Tellado joined other reporters with Joss Whedon, creator of Dollhouse as he discussed producing in today's muliti-media market, the concept of the series and any possible Dr. Horrible sequels. Joss Whedon answered on whether the show touched on prostitution as a theme.

"That is part of what is going on at the Dollhouse. That's not all that is going on at the Dollhouse but it is part of it. Some people have been greatly offended by that. Some people want to stay away from it. My response to it is to hit head on and say let's talk about exactly that. Let's say, Ok how much of this is morally reprehensible and how much of it is stuff that we as an American culture deem morally reprehensible? That's what the whole show is about. It's about what parts of our identity and the way we behave with each other are actually positive and decent. What parts actually come from ourselves and what parts have been socialized? What parts have we been told are good or bad ?"

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The Fringe Press Conferences:
Tony participated on series of press conferences with the cast of this engaging television series, The Fringe. Online currently is the first of three parts with actor Joshua Jackson who plays Peter Bishop on the series. One of the topics covered was his character Peter Bishop's relationship with his father, Walter played by John Noble.

"If you strip away all the science fiction if you took away the fact that these men are literally dealing in life and death situations all the time, we all have to deal with our parents. And eventually I will know the answer eventually, we will have to deal with our children. These men have a broken and twisted dynamic. But the fact is that Peter is his little boy. He doesn't want to be, he would rather not be. He resists it at every turn. For the first time in his life he is given an entrée into his own father's life. And he realizes that the man he practically built up as a boogeyman is so much more and so much less than what he always thought."

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Lost - Daniel Dae Kim:
Talented actor told us about his return in this current season. He was careful not to spoil what happens next. He also discusses his new stage project, a musical. Daniel also chatted about not knowing where his character is going on the series.

""It was initially when we first started the show. But I kind of equate it to real life. You never know where you're going in real life. You just kind of wake up, you know who you are, hopefully and you go on with your day. I only know the specifics of the scripts I have in my hand.Right now that would be up to episode fourteen."

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This program has existed in one medium or another since 1994. Since 2005, Sci-Fi Talk has been a podcast delivering its content via RSS Feed. Producing over 450 programs available for enjoyment, the program has reached an average listenership of 20,000 listeners per month worldwide. The Sci-Fi Talk Live Podcast is a live version separate version of that program airing at on Monday nights at 8:00PM EST. is the podcasts' home page SF community embracing horror, fantasy and sci-fi where fans and pros can mingle.


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