Dollhouse: Season 2, Episode 7

Meet Jane Doe (11 Dec. 2009)

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After her entanglements with Senator Perrin and the DC Dollhouse, Echo finds herself out in the world-at-large as she struggles to control her multiple memory downloads, as well as those of... See full summary »

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After her entanglements with Senator Perrin and the DC Dollhouse, Echo finds herself out in the world-at-large as she struggles to control her multiple memory downloads, as well as those of her original memory of Caroline. Unsure who she is, Echo/Caroline calls upon the only person she can remember; Ballard, when she lands in a jam in a small town in Texas involving an illegal Mexican immigrant woman whom gets jailed by the local sheriff. Meanwhile, Topher discovers the dangers of science that will have devastating effects on the future over abusing the Active's imprints, while Adelle engages in a power struggle with Matthew Harding for control of the L.A. Dollhouse, and Boyd gets a phone call from someone in particular over Echo's whereabouts. Written by matt-282

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When Echo and the deputy start to take Galina away on her gurney, both her arms are partly in the sleeves of her orange prison jumpsuit. In the next shot in the corridor, the jumpsuit is completely off her upper body, her arms lying atop it. See more »

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Paul Ballard: The Dollhouse made you fall in love over and over, you told me that.
Echo: They also made me aggressively sexual, and phenomenally creative in bed.
Paul Ballard: [Ballard sigh] Now that's just cruel.
Echo: Also sociopathic, inexperienced, blind and at least 7 times gay. There's a lot of noise from the chorus girls, but they're not me. There is a me.
[Gently touching Ballard's cheek]
Echo: This is me.
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Echo is still lost and without a GPS tag in her head....flash-forward to 3 months later, she has now hooked up with Paul Ballard in Texas and she is training for a daring rescue operation that will be her final test before re-entering the Dollhouse to bring it down. Meanwhile, Adelle has lost her job as the head of the LA office, and is now taking instructions from Harding - instructions that are getting more and more demanding and unconcerned about the well-being of the Dolls. "Meet Jane Doe" is divided into two parts: the one dealing with the goings-on inside the Dollhouse is downright chilling, but the one dealing with Echo's training and operation, although useful for showing how she is now able to control her multiple imprints and get the right one out at the right time, suffers from the one big problem I've had throughout this show: obvious and extensive stunt doubling. Echo probably kicks more a$$ in this episode than in any other so far, but how much can you enjoy it when you can see that Eliza Dushku's stunt double is doing most of the (good) work? *** out of 4.


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