This series revolves around a group of men and women who can be neurally imprinted with "personality packages". Sheltered in a secret futuristic dormitory/laboratory named the "Dollhouse," these individuals are imprinted with customized personas for performing any of a wide variety of assignments, which can be romantic, adventurous, or illegal...
Last Episode02x13 Epitaph Two: The Return Aired: Jan. 22, 2010
In the year 2020, Echo and her surviving Dollhouse crew attempt to restore order to a devastating future world before mankind is eliminated. …
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Series Fun Facts
- The character of Dr. Saunders was originally written to be much older, but Joss Whedon rewrote the character so he could cast Amy Acker.
- Season One is 13 episodes long, but only 12 were actually aired. The reason for this is that the original pilot was scrapped (the other episodes being altered accordingly), leaving 12 to air…
[show]Season One is 13 episodes long, but only 12 were actually aired. The reason for this is that the original pilot was scrapped (the other episodes being altered accordingly), leaving 12 to air on TV. However, the series had already been sold to foreign markets as a full 13 episodes. To accommodate this, an extra episode was produced at half-budget: "Epitaph One" takes place in an After The End scenario, stars Felicia Day of "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" (2008) and "The Guild" (2007) fame. Epitaph One, as well as the original unaired pilot "Echo", have both been included on the Season One DVD.
- Eliza Dushku and Joss Whedon came up with the premise of the show, while having lunch and talking about her career options.