It appears that Fox doesn't think its "patience" with Dollhouse is going to save it from fan blowback.
And last week, Fox chucked Joss Whedon's Dollhouse on the scrap heap. Though the network has promised to air all 13 of the show's commissioned episodes, loyal Dollhouse fans aren't likely to go gently into that good night. “I'll still get hate mail and death threats,” says Preston Beckman, executive VP of strategic program planning at Fox.
And in a bit of Dollhouse blowback imagining, Ben Grossman of Broadcasting & Cable has some "What They Said, What They Wanted To Say" :
What They Said: “Dollhouse got cancelled. F-ck you, Fox. F-ck you so hard—YET AGAIN for doing this to Joss and all of us!!!”—One of America's great thinkers (and the show's dozens of devoted fans), on Twitter.
What They Wanted to Say: “Hey ma! Can we get some meatloaf? The meatloaf! We want it now! The meatloaf! F-ck!”
via Broadcasting & Cable.