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Dear Correctness Readers, Orphan Black is a new science fiction series starring Canadian actors, made by BBC America, and registered in Liberia as "The Princess of the Seas". A lot of people (we imagine would) have been asking us to explain the plot arc of the first season (if we were still a popular alt-comedy nerd website), so we thought we'd do a public service (to our ourselves), and really break down this hot new show (way into the first season so nobody will pay much attention)!
As part of our continuing service to you, The Correct, we continually find things for you to be in favour of. In our crazy, fast paced, webmanic society, it’s easy to miss something. Our “A Case For” series presents something (a TV show, film, Book, Band etc) that might deserve a look. Our Cases are often presented by our regular readers, and we encourage that sort of behavior. If you have something you’d like to make a case for, write it up and send it to us at email@example.com . See the end of the article for more info. This week, we bring you A Case for "Dollhouse" brought to you by Admin_Rock.
DECEMBER THIRD: DEATH If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. And I have learned that the same applies if you want your "Twelve Days of Chipmunks" series to start on the first of December. I had a perfect plan. One day for introductions, twelve days for the songs, and most importantly, it would end on December 13th. But I suppose "taking care of children" and "having a job" got in the way of Admin_Rock's duty to post my article. Fine. At least now, I can post my masterpiece under my own name.