Joss: (On the buzz surrounding his series Dollhouse before it even airs) We are kind of living in a fish bowl a little bit. Sometimes I don't like people to see the man behind the curtain. I don't like them to know that something wasn't awesome before they saw it. You know, the things we had to tweak, the things we had to cut, that is inevitable.
But now, I don't think it is just us. The whole world is so much about seeing behind the curtain and seeing how things are made and how they work and the extended cut, and what we could have done and what we didn't do and the alternate ending and you just, you kind of take it as part and parcel at the beginning. Because it's Eliza, and because it's me, we might suffer from it a little bit more. But those are high-class problems to have.