'Buffy' Creator Proves Doogie Howser Can Sing This week, in an unusual first, television producer Joss Whedon unveiled Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, a musical comedy written for — and released exclusively on — the Internet.
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'Buffy' Creator Proves Doogie Howser Can Sing

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'Buffy' Creator Proves Doogie Howser Can Sing

'Buffy' Creator Proves Doogie Howser Can Sing

'Buffy' Creator Proves Doogie Howser Can Sing

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Dr. Horrible (Neil Patrick Harris) invents a "freeze ray" that stops time — he hopes, at any rate. Amy Opoka/Mutant Enemy Productions hide caption

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Dr. Horrible (Neil Patrick Harris) invents a "freeze ray" that stops time — he hopes, at any rate.

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Captain Hammer (Nathan Fillion) is the hero everyone loves to hate. Amy Opoka/Mutant Enemy Productions hide caption

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Captain Hammer (Nathan Fillion) is the hero everyone loves to hate.

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Dr. Horrible will do whatever it takes to join the Evil League of Evil.

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