Im going to try to be as nice about this as I can:
If you missed ‘Dr. Horrible’ the first time around, you better not make the same mistake twice. You have to deal with commercials now, but thats your own goddamn fault.

Watch it, or deal with the wrath of ERV.

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More viewing options (high res, pop-out, etc) available at Hulu.

Comments

  1. #1 Aaron Golas
    July 29, 2008

    Downloading the series on iTunes was best four bucks I’ve spent all month.

  2. #2 Who Cares
    July 29, 2008

    I think I’ll wait for your wrath.
    Would be nice to talk to you in person for once I think ;)

  3. #3 John S
    July 29, 2008

    wow. I mean, wow. How new is this show? I have never heard of it and it is freakin AWESOME.

  4. #4 Joshua
    July 29, 2008

    John, it’s brand-dandily-doo new. The episodes were posted spread out over the past month.

  5. #5 Alex M
    July 29, 2008

    Awesome, now I can bully my friends into watching it!

  6. #6 Cory Albrecht
    July 29, 2008

    Hulu only good in USA, which sux0rz. Hello! Murrikans! The world consists of more than you!

    Though I am glad I saw it before. “The hammer is my penis.” Captain Tightpants is so good at deadpan. :-)

  7. #7 Aaron Lemur Mintz
    July 29, 2008

    Actually Cory, I can watch that particular embedded link even though I’m in B.C., and I watched it when it first aired (also on Hulu, if I remember right).

    If it wasn’t working for you, it’s a screwup on your end methinks. If you didn’t try it…well maybe next time you will before slagging it.

  8. #8 Sili
    July 29, 2008

    Huh – seems to work alright in Denmark.

  9. #9 Calladus
    July 29, 2008

    I have to wonder – why didn’t Dr. Horrible freeze Penny with the Freeze Ray and then get her to the ER?

    Still, really evil villains need angst too!

  10. #10 Aaron Golas
    July 29, 2008

    I have to wonder – why didn’t Dr. Horrible freeze Penny with the Freeze Ray and then get her to the ER?

    Because the freeze ray broke down, doy! ;-P

  11. #11 Dustin
    July 29, 2008

    Neil Patrick Harris looks just like my dad did at that age. It’s spooky.

  12. #12 hmm
    July 29, 2008

    Hmm, does your wrath include a whip and a leather bustier ?

  13. #13 Andy Holroyd
    July 29, 2008

    “You have to deal with commercials now, but thats your own goddamn fault.”

    The adverts, as we call them in the uk, were highlighting cyberbullying among young people. I thought that was a good call.

    Anyway thanks for the reprise, I did miss it first time.

  14. #14 Mel
    July 29, 2008

    Just watched it in Germany (twice!), and no problems. You have to stay at ERV, though, so don’t go to the Hulu-website to see it.

    Have to concur with #6, though. Can’t buy it at iTunes, and I probably shouldn’t hold my breath waiting for the DVD here. *sniff*

    Mel

  15. #15 Stacy S.
    July 29, 2008

    Captain Hammer is/was my favorite Joey on One Life to Live!
    I Looooove him! LoL!

  16. #16 Cath the Canberra Cook
    July 29, 2008

    I could *watch* it in Australia just fine – I saw it the first time round. I just can’t *buy* it. Which, for $4, I would have. Stupid stupids. What’s the point on that? It’s not like they have shipping costs or anything.

  17. #17 Dustin is wearing high heels.
    July 29, 2008

    Hmm, does your wrath include a whip and a leather bustier ?

    Mine does. Come’ere, tiger.

  18. Whatever, my commercials are McGruff the dog!!! he’s so cool!!!

  19. #19 Reynold Hall
    July 30, 2008

    I guess dealing with the real life mad scientists of the Discover Institute has driven Abbie over the edge.

  20. #20 Ranson
    July 30, 2008

    Great! Now to get my wife to finish watching it.

    I’ve had the “Bad Horse” theme stuck in my head for days.

  21. #21 karl
    July 30, 2008

    Yes! I know what I’m going as for Halloween!

    http://www.jinx.com/photo_detail.aspx?id=8428&pid=1298

    I’m calling it. So all you people don’t even try to copy my idea for Halloween.

  22. #22 Ranson
    July 30, 2008

    @ karl

    I was considering Baron Samedi, myself, but now I’m leaning toward Fake Thomas Jefferson…

  23. #23 John Kwok
    July 30, 2008

    Hi all,

    I’m looking forward to ERV’s wrath. As much as I like Whedon’s work, it doesn’t strike me as being as brilliant as his best “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” or “Firefly” episodes. Moreover, I can’t quite shake off the impression that Neil Patrick Harris is really channeling the soul of Davros, the creator of the Daleks. Who knows? Maybe the next installment might be entitled “Doctor Horrible and the Daleks”.

    Cheers,

    John

  24. #24 Mobius
    July 31, 2008

    If you haven’t seen Dr. Horrible yet, do. Now. While you still can. It is 40 minutes well spent.

  25. #25 Amplexus
    August 1, 2008

    I’m hoping to get a Ph.D in horroblology but the graduate entrance exams are hard. And then, like Dr.Horrible said you’ve got to get a written comnedation letter from a sitting elected official.

    Right now i’m taking intro to MadScience with the Included lab. I’ve just got to get the Infernal Arts requirements down. My advisor also recommended evil summer research. I’m planning on writing a proposal on making diabetes airborne and contagious.

  26. #26 Sarah C
    August 3, 2008

    I didn’t miss it this time :D

    And now I’m addicted *sigh*

    Hope you are doing all right on your vacation and don’t mind that I sniffed around until I found this (which didn’t take all that long). Thanks for the kind words a bit back. Maybe I’m destined to be your apprentice of sorts?

  27. #27 The MadPanda
    August 10, 2008

    Must inflict this on my tabletop gaming group…if they haven’t already seen it a zillion times. Ours is a (goofy) four-color superhero game, and collectively I think our sympathies would be with the bad doctor.

    Thanks, O Mighty ERV, for preserving this monsterpiece for those of us who managed to miss the first round! That first Bad Horse song is now etched in my wicked little brain…

    The MadPanda, FCD