Echo and Bennett have a shocking confrontation in which she reveals the reason for her grudge against Echo, while Adelle goes head-to-head with Stuart Lipman, the ruthless head of the Washington, D.C. Dollhouse, to lobby for Echo's safe return. Meanwhile, Topher sees double when he involves Victor in his espionage plans to hack into the D.C. Dollhouse computer to locate both Echo and Senator Perrin as they try to run from Perrin's wife Cindy. Written by
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While the Los Angeles house uses the NATO phonetic alphabet to identify its actives (Alpha, Echo, etc.), the Washington DC house uses the names of Greek gods (Hades and Aphrodite are briefly referred to). See more
In a flashback scene, Cindy Perrin states that she's from "Salinas, Kansas," which she pronounces with a "long e" sound in the second syllable; this is how Salinas, California, is pronounced. The city in Kansas is Salina (no final "s") and is properly pronounced with a "long i" vowel in the second syllable. This is a common mispronunciation in the entertainment industry. See more
Okay, so we have had an active, Whiskey. She was rendered unengageable. So we - *I* made her into a doctor. Uh - and you -
[gestures to Bennett's arm
so I thought maybe - similar - Bennett - the real Bennett would use an active to...
You thought... That's idiotic. Actives are beautiful.