Echo is programed to go under cover as a blind woman at religious cult in Arizona after a corrupt senator recruits Dollhouse to assist the ATF in the breakup of the cult. But with Boyd watching from a distance, he soon learns that the Jonas Sparrow cult may be more difficult to handle, and the ATF agent in charge has an ulterior motive... as does Dominic when the situation takes a turn for the worse. Meanwhile, Agent Ballard continues his relentless quest to look for Echo while his neighbor, Mellie, continues to harbor a crush on him. Also, Topher and Dr. Saunders monitor Victor when he begins exhibiting primordial behavior whenever he's around Sierra. Written by
Did You Know?
The storekeeper tells Langton, "I didn't see who wrote the note - it could have been any one of them. There was a bit of a mishegoss going on up at the front of the store at the time." "Mishegoss" is a Yiddish word meaning "craziness." See more
Just before Langton is seen talking to the store owner, the outside of the store is shown with a white school bus parked outside, yet when inside the store and looking out through the window there is no bus there. See more
Okay, you wanted to go in there and get your girl? I'm open to letting you do that, under a couple of conditions...
[Boyd slams Agent Lilly against a truck
How 'bout these conditions? You stay the hell out of my way and maybe I don't tell anyone it was you! You knew he sent his people into town once a month. You were waiting. You ginned up tempers. Started rumors in the town, created a diversion and you wrote that note. That's how you got your warrant. Nobody ever asked to be saved. Not by you!
Leaning on the Everlasting Arms
Music by Anthony J. Showalter
Lyrics by Elisha A. Hoffman See more