Falling in love with Eliza Dushku

I am homeless and madly in love with Eliza Dushku. I wrote some Dollhouse scripts and took an ill-fated trip to Los Angeles to give the scripts to Eliza Dushku. Now I am homeless in Minnesota and trying to save Dollhouse.

This story, about me, ran in a police blotter in Lillie Suburban newspapers:

“Missing Shoreview man found in L.A.

A Shoreview man with strong feelings for TV star Eliza Dushku drove to California to hopefully meet the 29-year-old actor with the tattoo of an Albanian eagle on her neck and to deliver three scripts he wrote to help save the science fiction drama “Dollhouse” from cancellation. The 37-year-old who had kept his plans to himself was reported missing but later found in L.A. and flown home by his sister. His vehicle remains in California. The man now lives in a homeless shelter in Minneapolis and the show has been canceled.”

The article is right that my car is in CA, but I gave it away. I am currently living in a Minneapolis homeless shelter. A few things are very wrong. Eliza is an actress. I wrote 4 scripts. I also wrote them before the show was canceled. They are a gift to Eliza Dushku. I love her.

I am doing this because I love Eliza.

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8 Responses to “Falling in love with Eliza Dushku”


  2. “The course of true love never did run smooth.” (William Shakespeare)

  3. The Truth Says:

    You need serious, long-term psychiatric help, and I hope someone is telling you the truth about that.

  4. I really think you’re disturbed and in need of psychological counseling. You’re in love with a fictional television character. Even though you recognize that it is an actress playing a character on television, you have no basis for loving her. It’s called an obsession. You’ve never dated this person. You’ve never even met this person. You’re a stalker. Love doesn’t come out of the TV. It stems from long interpersonal connections that develop over time. You cannot love someone based on the television series they acted in. That’s insane. As for your quest to save the show and deliver the scripts, all part of the obsession. Furthermore, you have no writing experience whatsoever. I highly doubt your scripts are of any value to anyone involved in show business. I think you need to start looking at the reality of the situation and try to get back in touch with the real world. You have a family. You’re living in a homeless shelter. You’re getting paranoid. For example, you said in one post that you felt the media had a bias against a television show because they wouldn’t help you. Did you stop to consider they wouldn’t aid you in your quest because they find you to be mentally disturbed? I can say with the utmost certainty that they did not help you for a reason similar to that and not because they hate Dollhouse. You need help. I beg you to consider getting it. You don’t even have to end your quest, just start seeing someone in the meantime who can help you understand that your vision of saving a television program might not be the best one at this point in your life. You seem like a middle-aged guy who has just gone awry in his life and needs help getting back on track. No one wants to see a success like you were end up homeless and alone because of a psychotic episode that will pass with time. No one wants to see you get into trouble or arrested over your obsession with a television show and an actress (as people have and do continue to get in trouble for such obsessions). Please – talk to someone. There are clinics out there that will help you no matter what your location. Please consider it and good luck.

  5. is this a joke? 😦

  6. Yes, you’ve gone awry here. You think you’re in love, it’s called obsession. You won’t be the first person who’s had their scripts rejected but losing everything because of some ridiculous fantasy simply isn’t worth it. Pack your stuff up, give it up & go back to normality. I agree with the guy above though, you do need some help. And by randomly tweeting people, all you’re doing is embarrassing yourself even more. You are basically saying ‘I am a stalker, I’ve let my obsession get out of control. Will you help fuel that?’
    Er, that would be a no.
    On the plus side, you may have got SOME publicity for your scripts, at least they’ll know about them. But jeez, bud. Take a good look at yourself & go home!

  7. Katelyn Baughman Says:

    I love this show alot and every show that i start to love ends up being canceled this is not cool. Please kepp Dollhouse on please.

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