Guest Blogger: Playmobil Dollhouse by R. (age 8 1/2)



Here is my daughter’s review of her new Playmobil Grand Mansion. I clocked 3 hours and much back pain putting it together. I am glad she has returned the favor with her review.

hi i am rachel and i am 8 and a half years old.the dollhouse has a bathroom a living room three bedrooms and a kitchen.it does not come with accesories .the dollhouse is big and i like it.

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5 Responses to Guest Blogger: Playmobil Dollhouse by R. (age 8 1/2)

  1. Jane says:

    hahahahahaha, too funny!!!!

    • Jose says:

      I watched the scene again and I guess I agree that it semeed that the actor was reading from a Topher script but maybe he wasn t good enough to actually be Topher. Remember Victor as Topher? Totally 100% Topher. It seems like a strange directing choice for Joss to cast someone who couldn t actually do a convincing Topher if we are supposed to get the hint. I missed it the first time around because Clyde 2.0 just semeed so bland. In fact, exactly like a bad imitation of a real person. Maybe because Clyde 2.0 is supposed to be an early version of the imprinting technology? Maybe Topher is a much more advanced version? As to the speculation that he knows there is no doubt in my mind that Topher does not know. BTW: in addition to not reacting to the wipe technology, there was also the drug episode where actives reacted differently. Continuity error or all will be explained later? Maybe I need to watch the entire series over again now.

  2. I haven’t checked in here for some time since I thought it was getting boring, but the last handful of posts are really good quality so I guess I will add you back to my daily bloglist. You deserve it my friend. :)

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  4. Ansari says:

    Yes! This episode was amziang. It was so well put together that at times it felt more like an intense short film. Jonathan Frakes does a fantastic job. There was a quick scene shortly after Sierra brutally kills Nolan and she rises up. It was framed with her painting brightly lit in the background and then you see her very dark silhouette rising in front of it. That seemed to me to be a very intense metaphor of how she has now become the darkness that she feared and expressed in those small watercolors she did in the dollhouse. Wow, that is great film making tying these little details together. Her scene in the psych ward was also top notch. I agree about the pivotal exchange between Topher and DeWitt. That totally blew me away and I think it was a painful look at Topher realizing exactly what he’s doing with his genius. This show is so good at making you think of many many serious implications of not just the unforseen consequences of technological advancement, but also deep questions of identity, and consciousness. I can’t believe We have to wait a month for more episodes. I’ve watched Epitaph a couple of times and I will definitely be watching this latest episode several times as well.

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