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Send in the Clones - Part 2

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Send in the Clones - Part 3

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The Fantasticest Journey

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Mattel has started releasing merchandise for the Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse franchise. This includes dolls, playsets and books.

Four books have been released; two "comic reader" adaptions of the episodes Closet Princess and Happy Birthday Chelsea, as well as a sticker book and a lift-the-flaps book.

Dolls have been released of all of the adult cast except for Ryan. They either come as a singular normal doll, in a two-pack, or a doll that can talk back to you.

Two playsets have also been released; one of the Fashion Vending Machine as shown in The Upgradening and one of the Dreamhouse.

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Production of the show is handled by three different companies - the Resnick Interactive Group which handles the voiceover work, Arc Productions which animates the episodes and Mattel, which is involved in producing and licensing the web series.

Storyboarding is done on a freelance basis while it is currently unknown as to how the episodes are written. Mattel executive David Wiebe has written at least two episodes - Happy Birthday Chelsea and Primp My Ride.

Voice work for the show is provided by the Resnick Interactive Group. It is run by Todd Resnick, who has also provided his voice for the character of Closet.

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The term Dreamhouser is the most common word used to describe fans of Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse. It initally referred to fans of the show outside the target demographic, however has come to be considered an umbrella term for all fans.

The word was first suggested by tumblr user TheKyan on July 10th 2012 as a possible term for fans of the show. Following this, Barbie-LifeInTheDreamhouse made it "official".

On July 12 2012, a discussion broke out throughout the Life in the Dreamhouse tag on tumblr as to whether the term would be accepted or if a new title were possible.

New suggestions included "roomies", "plastics" and "Barbies", however ultimately the term Dreamhouser stayed.

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Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse is an animated web series based on the popular Mattel franchise Barbie. The series premiered on the official website and YouTube on May 11, 2012 and is currently part way through its sixth season.

The series is set as a reality TV-esque show following Barbie and her friends Ken, Teresa, Nikki, Midge, SummerRyan and Raquelle, as well as her sisters Skipper, Stacie and Chelsea and their pets Tawny the horse, Taffy the dog and Blissa the cat in the day-to-day activities that take place in the Dreamhouse and surrounding areas.

Much of the humor in the show derives from parodying and lampooning both the traditional reality TV format and the Barbie franchise itself - the dolls, for example, are perfectly aware that they are dolls and use oversized items, warn of the dangers of cutting their hair because it never grows back and need to wear sunscreen so that they don't melt.

The series has gathered a following on various sites around the internet, most notably Tumblr, whose members are collectively referred to as Dreamhousers.

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DraikJack DraikJack 6 April 2014

The old Dreamhouse website is still up and running...

...and can be accessed here:

note: most of the links on the page will redirect to the new site, ho…

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