Dollhouse 2 Seasons 2009

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The corrupt high-tech designers of Dollhouse make millions as they continually reprogram Echo and the other Actives to satisfy every pleasure or problem of their clients.

Starring:
Eliza Dushku, Olivia Williams
Runtime:
50 minutes

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    1. Ghost The corrupt high-tech designers of Dollhouse make millions as they continually reprogram Echo and the other Actives to satisfy every pleasure or problem of their clients.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 50min 2009
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    2. The Target A psychopath turns his time with Echo into a deadly hunt, while Boyd, rendered helpless, cannot protect his charge; and Agent Ballard receives his first puzzle piece in proving the existence of Dollhouse.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 49min 2009
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    3. Stage Fright Echo becomes a backup singer to a diva in order to protect her from a deranged fan; and Agent Ballard falls into a deadly trap set by the Russian Mafia.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 50min 2009
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    4. Gray Hour Echo successfully leads an expert safe-cracking team when a phone call wipes her memory; Sierra must take on the same persona to fulfill the mission; and agent Ballard gives Lubov an ultimatum.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 49min 2009
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    5. True Believer Echo, blind and innocent, saves followers from their evil cult leader; and the reality of Dollhouse grows for Agent Ballard with his first glimpse of the woman he knows as Caroline.

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    6. Man on the Street Ballard storms a house owned by a grieving Internet mogul, and unexpectedly walks in on Echo; when they meet up again, Echo takes him in a fist-to-fist brawl.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 49min 2009
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    7. Echoes A mysterious memory drug affects an entire college campus, sending Echo back to where it all began, and the entire staff of Dollhouse falls victim to the hallucinogen.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 50min 2009
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    8. Needs Echo helps to free three Actives; they recall parts of their original personalities, and discover the painful reasons they originally chose to enter the Dollhouse.

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    9. The Spy in the House of Love Echo's evolving persona results in her requesting an assignment to save the Dollhouse from a covert attack; while Mellie's programming includes a hidden warning for Paul.

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    10. Haunted A wealthy woman suspects she's about to die, so she places her memories with the Dollhouse so that she can return and find her murderer; and Paul discovers proof that Mellie is a doll.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 48min 2009
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    11. Briar Rose Paul's quest to save Echo thrusts him into the midst of a dark evil when he discovers how to infiltrate the Dollhouse.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 49min 2009
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    12. Omega Alpha imprints Echo to join in his savage murder spree, and plans to destroy her original identity in the process.

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    13. Epitaph One Aware of what the future holds, Echo plants clues in an attempt to save the world from the terror that is Dollhouse.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 49min 2009

Product Details

Genres Fantasy
Director Joss Whedon
Starring Eliza Dushku, Olivia Williams
Supporting actors Fran Kranz, Tahmoh Penikett, Harry Lennix
Network Twentieth Century Fox
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467 of 502 people found the following review helpful By the antiquary on 21 May 2009
Format: DVD
Ok, so the series starts off with Joss Whedon, celebrated writer-director-composer, except no-one wants to work with him, then he has a hit web show, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, and he catches the attention of the dark and shadowy Fox Corporation. Fox wipe Joss's brain to make him forget that he worked for them before when they became mortal enemies.

So now Fox can make Joss do whatever they want, everyday they activate Joss and set him to work making a television series for them called Dollhouse. Everything works out fine for them. The show is flashy, cool, sexy, confusing, humourless, disconnected and unengaging. Without the real Joss to complain Fox don't even have to spend much cash on it. But can the technology Fox has used really remove all of a person's memories, their sense of self, their soul?

As he works from episode to episode it becomes apparent that Joss starts to remember who he is, but knowing he shouldn't draw attention to this fact he keeps it to himself and works slowly to improve Dollhouse from within. From episode 6 `Man on the Street' flashes of brilliance begin to save the show, culminating in the superb episode 9 `A Spy in the House of Love', by now Dollhouse has become gripping, funny, dark and touching with an intelligent and complex storyline that has people thinking. Joss is even able to help other people taken over by Fox and makes Eliza Dushku realise that she is an actress.

By the end of the series we have been taken to a place we little imagined in the beginning. I won't give any spoilers but Dollhouse does end with Joss improbably winning renewal for a second series, this time will he be out to revenge himself on the people who did this to him and turn out a flawless piece of work from the start?
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Simon Shirley on 29 Sep 2009
Format: DVD
Here's a tip for anyone who hasn't seen this show yet. Buy the DVD and watch the "Original Unaired Pilot Echo" first. This pilot is included on Disc 4 under "Special Features". It is is mind blowing and sets the scene perfectly for what follows in the early episodes, which are not slow as some reviewers have said, but are superb flashback driven action packed episodes making perfect sense having seen the pilot. Why the network never aired this pilot is beyond me - it adds immensely to the enjoyment of this brilliant original sci-fi drama. Lastly I must say Eliza Dushku is just superb in the role of Echo with a winning combination of action, beauty and naivete. This is unmissable sci-fi drama - just follow my tip and you won't be disappointed.
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74 of 82 people found the following review helpful By O. Marshall-smith on 28 May 2009
Format: DVD
Ok, so the first five episodes are rather slow, but that is not down to Joss Whedon (creator), its down to the fact the network (FOX) kept sticking there noses in and changing the scripts so the first 5 episodes could be "stand alone" and act as five pilot episodes so people could tune in and understand the show. Episode Six is really when the show hits its stride and the episodes following on get even better (Episode 8 is by far the best episode) all leading up to the finale which was a great ending to the season.

Please DO NOT just watch the first 5 episodes and stop watching, i PROMISE it gets better by episode 6. And by the looks of things this show is going to rock in its 2nd season :D

You can really tell Joss is spending time on this show, there isn't alot of TV series out there were it gets better every episode. Most of the time they start off good and begin to go down hill.
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55 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Barbie Bino on 20 April 2009
Format: DVD
This show is a bit of a departure from Whedon's normal writing style. Witty banter is seldom seen here. Instead what we have is a crazy concept for a show, essentially due to the fact that the main character has no character . . .. yet.

The show is about a girl who has been plucked from her normal life by a corporation and had her persoanlity wiped. She can then be hired by people for a great deal of money to perform almost any function they wish such as girlfriend, FBI agent, scientist etc. The employees of the corporation merely implant a new personality into her now blank slate of a brain. She then returns to the dollhouse to be brain wiped again at the end of the assignment. Weird huh?!

The show seems to take on a "character of the week" format for Elisa Dushku, but with a thread running through the whole series of "Can you ever truly wipe a human being's personality?", "Is she retaining some sense of self?". This is without a doubt the more interesting underpinning of the show. Joss seems to sneak in a hint about the answers to these questions with each new episode.

There are a great deal of other aspects to the show, but I think I've covered the most important one.

There are a couple of negatives though. The main one is that the first few episodes are a bit of a "lets see how many sexy costumes we can put on Elisa and let her pose around in them?", kinda deal. I don't mind them dressing her up to look hot but it can get a little soft porny occasionally which cheapens the show. Then there is, as previously mentioned, the lack of humour in the first half of the first season.
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