Dollhouse (2009–2010)
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Still unaware of a traitor in their midst, the dollhouse survivors flee Los Angeles for Rossum's headquarters in Tucson, where they hope to prevent the apocalyptic future.



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Forced to flee the Los Angeles Dollhouse in the aftermath of the Rossum attack, the survivors of the Dollhouse head for Rossum's headquarters in Tucson, where they hope to prevent the apocalyptic future they've seen by destroying the company's mainframe computer system and the prototypes and plans for the remote wipe technology. But they are still unaware of the identity of Rossum's mysterious founder, and Echo/Caroline is unable to tell them. Meanwhile, Priya and Anthony reject their chance at a free life together in favor of returning to help their friends - but find everyone gone, and must piece together what happened in their absence. Written by Anonymous

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15 January 2010 (USA)  »

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In the R&D lab, DeWitt comforts Topher by holding his hand, but when the angle changes her hand is on his arm. See more »


Anthony Ceccoli: [imprinted with Topher 2.0] What's with all the dead dudes?
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Can they prevent the thought-pocalypse?
8 November 2010 | by See all my reviews

Adelle, Topher, Boyd, Paul, Mellie and Echo head to the Rossum headquarters in Arizona to destroy their mainframe once and for all. Meanwhile, back at the L.A Dollhouse, Victor and Sierra (er, I mean Anthony and Priya) discover the identity of the traitor with the help of an imprint that Topher had left behind: himself! That gives us the chance to watch Enver Gjokaj all-too-briefly repeating his outstanding, almost uncannily accurate impersonation of Topher, which we first saw in "The Left Hand". That's one of the highlights of this episode; another one is the Paul-Mellie scenes - she tries to deal with learning that her entire existence is a program; lowlights are, once again, Echo's fight scenes, which must be about 80% stunt-doubled; another one is the final explosion, which probably overreached the budget - in one shot Echo is almost consumed by the fireball, in the next she's standing out safe, and the building does not seem to be damaged at all?! But I must admit that the Boyd twist seems to have been pretty well-thought-out (wicked smile by Harry Lenix when he says to Topher "I'm glad I chose you") - and now we know why we never actually saw Boyd in the world of "Epitaph One"! *** out of 4.

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