Dollhouse (2009–2010)
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Getting Closer 

With the Rossum conspiracy now fully revealed, Echo and her allies must now make their stand to stop the it from enslaving the free world with their newest remote mind-wipe technology. ... See full summary »

Director:

Tim Minear

Writers:

Joss Whedon (created by), Tim Minear | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eliza Dushku ... Echo / Caroline Farrell
Harry Lennix ... Boyd Langton
Fran Kranz ... Topher Brink
Tahmoh Penikett ... Paul Ballard
Enver Gjokaj ... Anthony Ceccoli
Dichen Lachman ... Priya Tsetsang
Olivia Williams ... Adelle DeWitt
Amy Acker ... Dr. Claire Saunders
Philip Casnoff ... Clive Ambrose
Reed Diamond ... Laurence Dominic
Summer Glau ... Bennett Halverson
Liza Lapira ... Ivy
Miracle Laurie ... November / Mellie
Jay Malone Jay Malone ... Clyde Randolph
Rick Otto ... Gabe
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Storyline

With the Rossum conspiracy now fully revealed, Echo and her allies must now make their stand to stop the it from enslaving the free world with their newest remote mind-wipe technology. Topher meets up with Bennett Halverson when she is forcibly taken from the DC Dollhouse and brought to Los Angeles to help restore Caroline's past memory, as she is the only one who can identify the two Rossum corporate heads. Echo will finally face herself as Caroline, even as Ballard struggles with the facts of his new existence as an Active, while he also brings former active November/Millie back into the fold. The background story between Caroline and Bennett from three years earlier is revealed during Caroline's status as a student in Arizona. As Adelle tries to prepare an evacuation of the Dollhouse, Rossum soldiers invade it, just as Whiskey/Dr. Claire Saunders finally returns to the Dollhouse at the request of Boyd with some info for all involved--and a few surprises as well. Written by matt-282

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 January 2010 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

When Echo discovers a file on Bennett Halverson, she comments that Bennett is "off-the-charts smart," adding, "I bet you could kill me with your brain." Bennett is played by Summer Glau, who in Joss Whedon's previous series, Firefly (2002), played River Tam, a psychic super-genius who once advised another character, "I can kill you with my brain." River's amygdala (part of the brain) was damaged by experiments, and Bennett says "I'd love to get a look at your [Caroline's] amygdala." See more »

Quotes

Echo: We haven't really talked since you... died.
Paul Ballard: Guess we've... both died since then.
Echo: Yeah, weird week.
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References TRON (1982) See more »

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