When all of Echo's past romantic engagements are found murdered, Adelle and the rest of the staff of the Dollhouse fear that Alpha has returned to seek his revenge. Adelle begins to grow ... See full summary »

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When all of Echo's past romantic engagements are found murdered, Adelle and the rest of the staff of the Dollhouse fear that Alpha has returned to seek his revenge. Adelle begins to grow suspicious of Ballard who hopes to find allies in Boyd and Topher in his continuing secret plan to bring down the Dollhouse from the inside. Written by matt-282

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Paul Ballard: I know that you're looking for something that I don't think you'll find.
Adelle DeWitt: Well, you see in the Dollhouse, things aren't always what they seem.
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Your Ghost
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Written by Kristin Hersh
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Bait, meet Switch
31 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

Alpha is back, and he is angry! He is systematically tracking down and brutally killing all of Echo's past Dollhouse clients who hired her for a "romantic engagement"; after all, she is his "Number One" and no one else can have her love, even if it is programmed. The last man standing is that Internet billionaire guy we last saw in "Man On The Street" (the one who had Echo playing his dead wife - but he's really a harmless guy!), so Boyd and Paul decide to bring him inside the Dollhouse to protect him from Alpha. But is the Dollhouse as safe a place as it appears to be? Alan Tudyk really sinks his teeth into the role of the genius, psychotic, unpredictable Alpha - you never know what he's going to do next. There is a massive fight inside the Dollhouse between the security staff and the virus-infected Dolls which ranks as one of the best - and craziest - action sequences of the show so far. And, after so much stunt doubling in Eliza Dushku's fight scenes, it is refreshing to actually SEE some girls genuinely kicking a$$ in that sequence - the one in the purple, in particular, looks outstanding. *** out of 4.


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