Set in the year 2020, Echo and her surviving Dollhouse crew attempt to restore order to a devastating future world before mankind is eliminated.
Sacrifices are made when Echo leads her crew to Arizona to dismantle the Rossum Corporation's mainframe.
Topher races to reconstruct Echo's original personality and memories when Adelle realizes they are the key to averting a devastating future.
Victor's military past threatens his future with Sierra. Meanwhile, Echo is deemed too dangerous and is sent into her worst nightmare.
As his contract with the Dollhouse expires, Victor is released back into the world, where his military past threatens his future with Sierra.
Someone's on a killing spree, and the victims have one thing in common: they've all been Echo's lovers.
As Paul helps Echo regain control over all the personalities in her head, Topher perfects a way to turn anyone into a Doll.
Echo and Bennett have a shocking meeting as Adelle goes head-to-head with the ruthless head of the Washington, D.C., Dollhouse.
Echo is sent to stop Senator Perrin before he can expose the Dollhouse's secrets, and Adelle and Topher travel to the Washington, D.C., Dollhouse.
Sierra is forced to face her past as her connection to the Rossum Corporation leads to obsession and murder.
Echo and Victor's imprints collide when Echo is assigned as a seductive college student and Victor becomes the nephew of a Dollhouse shareholder.
When Echo is imprinted as a mother with a newborn baby, she takes too strongly to motherhood as a result of Topher's modifications.
Picking up a few months after the first season finale, Echo weds a wealthy British businessman tied to one of Agent Ballard's open FBI cases.
Joss Whedon's Dollhouse is back for an exciting second season! Caroline (Eliza Dushku) - code name "Echo" - is an "Active," a member of a highly illegal and underground group of individuals who have had their personalities wiped clean so they can be imprinted with any number of new personas. Last season, Former FBI Agent Paul Ballard, determined to solve the mystery of the Dollhouse and find the missing Caroline, accomplished his goal and was convinced (or was it coerced?) to become Echo's handler. Dollhouse continues to revolve around Echo's blossoming self-awareness and her desire to discover her true identity. But with each new engagement, comes a new memory and increased danger inside and outside the Dollhouse.
Aware of what the future holds, Echo plants clues in an attempt to save the world from the terror that is Dollhouse.
Alpha imprints Echo to join in his savage murder spree and plans to destroy her original identity in the process.
Things started to get a little loopy.
Dollhouse: Gray Hour clip - starring Eliza Dushku, Harry J. Lennix, Fran Kranz, Tahmoh Penikett, Enver Gjokaj, Dichen Lachman. Directed by Rod Hardy.
Dollhouse clip - starring Eliza Dushku, Harry J. Lennix, Fran Kranz, Tahmoh Penikett, Enver Gjokaj, Dichen Lachman.
Joss has a difficult time pronouncing an actors name.
Dollhouse: Haunted clip - starring Eliza Dushku, Reed Diamond, Olivia Williams, Harry J. Lennix, Amy Acker, Tahmoh Penikett. Directed by Elodie Keene.
From Joss Whedon, the creative mastermind behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, comes the provocative Dollhouse, a sexy, suspenseful thriller starring the stunningly talented Eliza Dushku. As an "Active," the mysterious Echo (Dushku) serves as an unwitting agent of Dollhouse, an illegal underground organization that provides its elite clientele with programmable human beings. Actives receive personality imprints, allowing them to temporarily become anyone or anything-the perfect burglar, lover, spy, or assassin. Now, with the FBI and her own shadowy past closing in, Echo must face a rogue Active who will stop at nothing to bring Dollhouse down-forever.
After the show, they can sell the set as a house.
Actress Eliza Dushku (Echo) says that she likes series creator Joss Whedon's mind, talks about how much she likes working with him, and the challenge of playing multiple characters in each show. She says that she likes the Art Corner and the Pods.
Fran Kranz takes a moment to tell us why 'Dollhouse' is a show worth watching.
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