Rossum Corporation asks the Dollhouse to send a large contingent of actives to a college campus to retrieve an experimental memory drug. The drug brings out suppressed memories which affect... See full summary »

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Rossum Corporation asks the Dollhouse to send a large contingent of actives to a college campus to retrieve an experimental memory drug. The drug brings out suppressed memories which affect everyone, including the actives. Echo's origins are revealed. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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Echo's real name is revealed to be Caroline Farrell when a college professor recognizes her. See more »

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When Topher meets Clive Ambrose, he greets him by saying, "Third richest man in the country; nominated for a Nobel Prize..." According to Nobelprize.org, "The names of the nominees cannot be revealed until 50 years later," so Topher cannot have known this, unless, of course, he himself nominated Ambrose. See more »

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Topher Brink: You could've said no.
Adelle DeWitt: The Rossum Corporation is why we exist. And I believe in the work we're funding. I also believe that the only reason I don't have Clive Ambrose's job, is 'cause he couldn't handle mine!
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References The Meaning of Life (1983) See more »

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For Everything A Reason
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Now *this* is what I signed up for...
27 March 2009 | by (Brooklyn, NY) – See all my reviews

As Eliza Dushku said in her interview with the Onion AV Club, "Dollhouse" doesn't really become a true "Joss Whedon show" until episode 6, after which it just keeps getting better and better. With this episode it's becoming clear that she wasn't just blowing smoke.

After last week's brilliant, bitter-sweet show, this week delivers the heady mix of hilarity combined with real menace that marks Whedon and his collaborators at their best. Wonderfully creepy moments sneak up on us throughout this episode, giving us a jolt, a shiver and a laugh (not always in that order), all the while advancing the mythos of the "Dollhouse" and the development of our main characters, showing depths and humanity beyond their personal facades and biochemical programming.

Tell your friends to start watching now. This just became the show to beat.


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