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From the producer of Angel and Firefly and the creator of Dead Like Me and Pushing Daisies comes Wonderfalls.
The show centres on Jaye Tyler (Caroline Dhavernas), a recent University graduate, who holds a dead-end job as a sales clerk in a Niagara Falls gift shop. Jaye is the reluctant participant in conversations with various animal figurines- which direct her via oblique instructions to help people in trouble.
Extras Include: Audio Commentaries, 'Greeting from Wonderfalls' documentary, Visual Effects featurette.
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Jaye is a bit of an outcast...she doesn't really like anybody and she's decided that the best way to cope with Life is to withdraw from it totally and interact with folks as little as possible. That works out okay for her until she gets bumped on the head--and suddenly animal figurines (dolls/shirts/etc.) start talking to her. What they TELL her is rather cryptic and doesn't seem to much sense, but it always ends up for the best by the end of the show. Through this FAR too short mid-season replacement that died Jaye begins to open up, helps kindle new romance and rekindle old ones, and eventually (in a completely cryptic fashion of course) finds out WHY animals talk to her.
It's quirky. It's weird. It's fun. And if you like one, you'll like them all.
If you like dry humor, get this. If you like quirky characters and bizarre situations, get this. If you're a fan of shows like "Pushing Daisies" or "Dead Like Me', GET THIS. It's like "Firefly"....you'll be banging your head wishing for just one more....
Caroline Dhavernas did a brilliant job conveying the coddled twenty-something's boredom, frustration, fear and even rage over being "chosen" for what a Native American friend tells her is a great gift but what feels like creeping insanity. The series features Fuller's trademark edgy sense of humor and quirky characters. Supporting cast includes breakout performances by then-unknowns Lee Pace, Tracie Thoms, and Neil Grayston, as well as seasoned veterans Diana Scarwid and Willam Sadler.
I can't over-emphasize how much I like this show. I can probably name my all-time favorite television shows on one hand and this one would be number one every time. 13 episodes - each one golden. And Family Matters (Urkel) was on for 215 episodes.
Life isn't fair. I don't expect it to be but ... come on!!
Her family tells her that she has "episodes" that take an unexpected twist when wax lion figure begins to talk to her. Soon, Jaye begins doing everything the inanimate objects tell her to do no matter what or they will not stop talking and annoying her. Jaye begins to change other people's lives in unexpected ways that make this show a high quality that shouldn't have been cancelled way too soon. If you want a good laugh, I would recommend Wonderfalls. Another great Bryan Fuller TV series gone before it got the chance to shine! Highly recommended!
Along with Dead Like Me and Pushing Daisies, this wrongfully cancelled series is a delight! I don't know what it is with networks and Brian Fuller. He is a fountain of creativity, humor, set design brilliance, and yet, Dead Like me only lasted two seasons. Pushing Daisies sort of made it through two seasons with ABC pigeon-holing it so it was next to impossible to see the last five or so episodes. This, the refreshing and bright Wonderfalls, lasted a couple of episodes before it was yanked. It just proves how little commercial TV knows about quality programming. Watch this series if you want something original and truly funny! The sets are great, and the talking toys, although totally bogus, are a riot, especially with their effect on the plot and its twists. Wonderfalls is wonderful! That simple.