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1.Horrible Theme- Music by Joss Whedon

2.My Freeze Ray- Music and Lyrics by Joss Whedon Performed by Neil Patrick Harris

3.Bad Horse Chorus- Music by Jed Whedon and Joss Whedon Lyrics by Joss Whedon Performed by Jed Whedon, Joss Whedon, and Zack Whedon

4.Caring Hands- Music by Jed Whedon Lyrics by Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon Performed by Felicia Day

5.A Man's Gotta Do- Music and Lyrics by Jed Whedon Performed by Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion, and Felicia Day

6.My Eyes- Music by Jed Whedon Lyrics by Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon, and Joss Whedon Performed by Neil Patrick Harris and Felicia Day Guitar by Nick Gusikoff

7.Bad Horse Chorus (reprise)- Music by Jed Whedon and Joss Whedon Lyrics by Joss Whedon Performed by Jed Whedon, Joss Whedon, and Zack Whedon

8.Penny's Song- Music by Jed Whedon Lyrics by Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon Performed by Felicia Day

9.Brand New Day- Music by Jed Whedon and Joss Whedon Lyrics by Joss Whedon Performed by Neil Patrick Harris

10.So They Say- Music by Jed Whedon and Joss Whedon Lyrics by Joss Whedon Performed by Robert Reinis, Zack Whedon, Maurissa Tancharoen, Stacy Shirk, Steve Berg, Felicia Day, Nathan Fillion, David Fury, Marti Noxon, and Neil Patrick Harris

11.Everyone's A Hero- Music and Lyrics by Joss Whedon Performed by Nathan Fillion Backing Vocals by Stacy Shirk and Maurissa Tancharoen Piano by Danny Chaimson

12.Slipping- Music and Lyrics by Joss Whedon Performed by Neil Patrick Harris

13.Everything You Ever- Music and Lyrics by Joss Whedon Performed by Neil Patrick Harris Bridge by Jed Whedon Backing Vocals by Maurissa Tancharoen

14.Horrible Credits- Music by Jed Whedon Violin by Amir Yaghmai

A DVD has been released in North America as of June 2009.

Many people believe that Dr. Horrible finally got everything he ever wanted at the end except to be with his deceased Penny. Some people think it was just a dream because the final song cuts to Billy(Dr. Horrible) sitting plainly reciting the final words to the song. It's up to the viewer.

The most prevailing theory is that at the beginning of the short, Dr. Horrible is the blogging persona, the submissive personality, and Billy is the dominant personality, the one he goes out into public with (excluding the occasional failed heist or whatnot). After the events of the short, Dr. Horrible is thrust into the spotlight, making the Dr. Horrible persona the dominant one, while Billy is now the submissive one, now blogging.

Throughout the course of the final song, we are led to believe that Billy feels fine about Penny's death. This is shown to be false during the final line, where he doesn't feel a thing about being in the Evil League of Evil, his "Dr Horrible" goal, since his "Billy" goal, that being Penny, will never be reached.

At the Joss Whedon Dr. Horrible Comic Con panel, Jed Whedon confirmed that there are vague plans in place for a Dr. Horrible sequel. When asked about the possibility of a next part to the series, Whedon said "The idea is that there will be another part, so were not going to tell you about it yet."

As of May 11, Nathan Fillion has also said that he knows the title of the sequel, but is unwilling to reveal it at this time. (http://thetvaddict.com/2009/05/11/nathan-fillion-talks-castle-dollhouse-dr-horrible/)

Wonderflonium is a fictional material used for the movie. It's not real, but its container warns against bouncing it. Its other properties remain unknown.

It has been heavily rumored that Sarah Michelle Gellar made a cameo as the girl in pink with rimmed glasses sitting next to Captain Hammer's groupies in Act III. Joss Whedon set the record straight with TVGuide.com and says that it was NOT actually her.

But: On the Commentary to the DVD he says that it IS her.... (So I would like to get a link to the TVGuide.com Interview to have a proof for either of the possibilities)

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