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OmegaSama
March 1st, 2009, 02:16 PM
Now, while I watch the three first episodes of this show (which I have yet to determined if I like or not) I can't stop wondering if I haven't seen the stage of the dollhouse interior before.

It reminds me A LOT about the interior of the Gateroom in SGA.

It's a bit changed, but it's all there.

The sleeping room as well look as the Chair-room or the other roundish rooms.

Is it just me that think this?:)

fortyseven
March 3rd, 2009, 12:19 AM
Now, while I watch the three first episodes of this show (which I have yet to determined if I like or not) I can't stop wondering if I haven't seen the stage of the dollhouse interior before.

It reminds me A LOT about the interior of the Gateroom in SGA.

It's a bit changed, but it's all there.

The sleeping room as well look as the Chair-room or the other roundish rooms.

Is it just me that think this?:)

They reminded me of the Atlantis set immediately.

ShadowMaat
March 3rd, 2009, 12:52 AM
Other than the sweeping, open look of the area with the grand staircase I don't see any resemblance. At all. Just looks like a generic snooty upperclass resort spa to me. ;)

Neosuchi
April 6th, 2009, 03:10 PM
yea it looks like a mix of Atlantis gate room and Angel season 5 lobby set.

Hermiiod
April 14th, 2009, 06:58 AM
Yup! The white railing on the interior balconies especially reminded me of Atlantis

strods
May 29th, 2009, 11:29 AM
to heck with stargate... a lot of the doll house is a redress of Angel sets... that staircase area use to be Wolfram and Hart... just look at the last season of Angel after you watch doll house. Plus remember, they're both Joss Whedon vehicles so of course he can get the sets and get them redressed... It's the cheap thing to do.

Ripple in Space
July 8th, 2009, 07:57 PM
to heck with stargate... a lot of the doll house is a redress of Angel sets... that staircase area use to be Wolfram and Hart... just look at the last season of Angel after you watch doll house. Plus remember, they're both Joss Whedon vehicles so of course he can get the sets and get them redressed... It's the cheap thing to do.

Nope, but since it was designed by the same guy they are extremely similar. Joss was going for a fusion between Thai, Spa, and High-Tech for the Dollhouse. He went with Thai because of its light feel offsetting the fact that the Dollhouse is essentially a windowless bunker.