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Act I 

We are introduced to Dr. Horrible who tells us through musical numbers about his plan for world domination, his arch nemesis; Captain Hammer and his long-time crush on the girl from the ... See full summary »

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We are introduced to Dr. Horrible who tells us through musical numbers about his plan for world domination, his arch nemesis; Captain Hammer and his long-time crush on the girl from the laundromat; Penny. Penny also happens to be falling for Captain Hammer after he 'saves her life.' Written by Erin B

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Comedy | Musical | Sci-Fi

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Not Rated
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15 July 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

After Captain Hammer jumps on top of the van that Dr. Horrible is attempting to hijack, he punches and destroys the device Dr. Horrible was using to remotely control the van. The fist punching the device is Joss Whedon's. See more »

Goofs

After Dr Horrible mashes the darts in a tight cluster on Capt. Hammer's face, the next long shot shows the darts more normally distributed (i.e spread out) on the board. See more »

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Captain Hammer: Stand back everyone, nothing here to see. Just imminent danger and in the middle of it me. Yes, Captain Hammer's here, hair blowing in the breeze. The day needs my saving expertise. Man's got to do what a man's got to do. Seems destiny ends with me saving you. The only doom that's looming is in loving me to death. I'll give you a second to catch your breath.
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Caring Hands
Music by Jed Whedon
Lyrics by Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon
Performed by Felicia Day
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