This really is stunning, by far the best episode of Dollhouse. Well, it isn't even really an episode of Dollhouse and should really have been the 'Serenity' to the series' 'Firefly'. It is cinema quality and a worthy story of full movie treatment. I only hope it is pursued at some point. I thought Dollhouse was a great first season, with a terrific finale, but this has surpassed the show by a long way, and its really a crime that it received a low-level release. I urge all Whedon fans to buy or get hold of the series and watch this 'epitaph' last. How the series goes on from here (i wont spoil it by even hinting what happens) is anyone's guess, but I cannot wait to see the second season now. Joss Rocks!!