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Seasons: 2
Episodes: 27
User ratings: 43,749
Average rating: 7.7

Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller

A futuristic laboratory has erased the identities of lost young people, and now imprints them with the temporary identities they need to fulfill assignments for clients.

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FBI Agent Paul Ballard searches for Caroline, a missing person, who may be connected to a Dollhouse. A place that people say doesn't exist.
User ratings: 442
Average rating: 7.7
A wealthy backer asks the Dollhouse for help when his daughter is kidnapped. They send Echo to negotiate the release. One of the memory imprints used to prepare Echo for the mission causes some complications.
User ratings: 1,062
Average rating: 7.5
The Target
A man requests Echo as his companion on a camping trip, but his true intentions are far more deadly. More backstory on the Dollhouse, Alpha, and Boyd's first encounter with Echo.
User ratings: 901
Average rating: 7.9
Stage Fright
Pop star Rayna is in need of protection due to death threats, so Echo is programmed as a backup singer/bodyguard for her. Sierra serves as additional protection. Paul's investigation into the Dollhouse might cost him his life.
User ratings: 832
Average rating: 7.2
Gray Hour
Echo's engagement to steal some art starts to go bad when she and others in her crew get locked in the vault. When Echo is wiped remotely, the Dollhouse must figure a way to get her out.
User ratings: 762
Average rating: 7.7
True Believer
Echo is programed to go under cover as a blind woman at religious cult in Arizona after a corrupt senator recruits Dollhouse to assist the ATF in the breakup of the cult. But with Boyd watching from a distance, he soon learns that the Jonas Sparrow cult may be more difficult to handle, and the ATF agent in charge has an ulterior motive... as does Dominic when the situation takes a turn for the worse. Meanwhile, Agent Ballard continues his relentless quest to look for Echo while his neighbor, Mellie, continues to harbor a crush on him. Also, Topher and Dr. Saunders monitor Victor when he begins exhibiting primordial behavior whenever he's around Sierra.
User ratings: 705
Average rating: 7.4
Man on the Street
Ballard gets a lead on a possible Dollhouse client and he finds more than he expected. Meanwhile at the Dollhouse, an active is being abused, possibly by another active.
User ratings: 846
Average rating: 8.7
A student dies after he becomes infected from a memory and behavior modification drug which releases inhibitions and suppressed memories. The drug is undergoing testing by the Rossum Corp, one of Dollhouse's major contributors so, as head, Clive Andrews asks that most of the actives be assigned to quarantine the campus and find the missing vial. He believes they would be immune to the effects. Echo, on another assignment as 'Alice' sees the TV News coverage of the story and feels impelled to go there. She experiences flashbacks, during which more of Echo's true identity as the activist, Caroline, is revealed. Her flashes show that she and her boyfriend break into the university lab to videotape animal cruelty. Her boyfriend is shot and Caroline's hospitalization leads to her recruitment by Dollhouse. As the current situation of the quarantine spirals out of control, Boyd, Dominic, and non-dolls succumb to the drug and display uninhibited and childlike behaviors. At the Dollhouse, Topher and Adelle search for an antidote and test the pathogen on Millie but they succumb to the affects. As exposure increases, even the actives react to the drug. Their memories should have been erased, but when they surface, create additional problems. The drug does wear off eventually. Boyd recovers Echo and Sam Jennings, the other student who conspired to sell the drug to a competitor of Rossum, undergoes the 'recruitment' process for the Dollhouse.
User ratings: 748
Average rating: 8.0
The Dollhouse's worst fears are realized as several actives awaken and remember some of their past lives and try to escape from the Dollhouse.
User ratings: 728
Average rating: 8.4
A Spy in the House of Love
When Topher discovers a microchip and reports to Boyd, they suspect that there may be a spy within the Dollhouse in which they both, as well as Dr. Saunders, Ivy, and Adelle become suspects. Echo volunteers herself to be programed as a detective to help Laurence find the mole, while Sierra is programed to go undercover as a worker at NSA (the only government branch that the Dollhouse does not have any contacts in) to find the spy. Meanwhile, Adelle is revealed to not only be the head of the L.A. Dollhouse branch... but also to be an anonymous client when she hires Victor to be programed as her lost love. Elsewhere, Ballard finally learns that Mellie is the lethal Dollhouse Active: November, when the mole contacts him via November's tampering and requests him to focus on his investigation to the Dollhouse's clientèle.
User ratings: 709
Average rating: 8.7
Echo is imprinted with the memories of a deceased person, who wants to solve her own murder. Ballard digs deeper into Mellie's past. Topher needs an active to help him with his security check.
User ratings: 706
Average rating: 7.9
Briar Rose
Echo helps a troubled youth. Ballard finally locates the Dollhouse. He locates someone who designed the Dollhouse, now he's closer than ever to rescuing Caroline.
User ratings: 742
Average rating: 8.7
Alpha has taken Echo. More secrets of the Dollhouse are revealed. Ballard must work with the Dollhouse to stop Alpha, if he wants to save Caroline.
User ratings: 733
Average rating: 8.6
Epitaph One
In the future, the imprinting technology is rampant. A few people stumble on the Dollhouse.
User ratings: 964
Average rating: 8.9
Echo enters an assignment as a newlywed who is undercover trying to bring down an arms dealer. The Rossum corporation becomes a target of a senator. Dr. Saunders and Boyd discuss Dr. Saunders' personal conflict while she takes out her frustrations on Topher. Ballard gets in deeper with the Dollhouse.
User ratings: 650
Average rating: 7.8
Echo is imprinted with the memory of a mother with a newborn baby for Dollhouse's latest business client. Complications arise when, thanks to Topher's programming, Echo takes too strongly to motherhood due to her maternal instincts. Meanwhile, Senator Perrin escalates his investigation into Rossum Corporation over the imprint technology. Also, DeWitt pays a visit to the former active November (now in her real personality of Madeline Costley) where she has a dark agenda of her own.
User ratings: 539
Average rating: 7.4
Belle Chose
A backer of the Dollhouse needs to talk to his nephew who was injured in a car accident. He wants to find some people who may have been abducted by his nephew.
User ratings: 546
Average rating: 7.9
The story of how Sierra came to the Dollhouse is revealed. And leads to a shocking outcome.
User ratings: 647
Average rating: 8.8
The Public Eye
Senator Daniel Perrin breaks new ground in his attempt to expose the Dollhouse's secrets - by recruiting Madeline/November to testify before a Senate subcommittee. Rossum states that they will handle the situation, leading Ballard and DeWitt to fear for Madeline's safety, so Echo is sent to stop him, in hopes that that will keep Rossum from harming her. But all is not as it appears - Rossum has a hidden agenda, and the tension between the LA Dollhouse and its parent company increases. Meanwhile, in the Washington DC Dollhouse, we meet genius programmer, Bennett Halverson, a woman with a mysterious past connection to Echo/Caroline.
User ratings: 504
Average rating: 8.4
The Left Hand
Echo and Bennett have a shocking confrontation in which she reveals the reason for her grudge against Echo, while Adelle goes head-to-head with Stuart Lipman, the ruthless head of the Washington, D.C. Dollhouse, to lobby for Echo's safe return. Meanwhile, Topher sees double when he involves Victor in his espionage plans to hack into the D.C. Dollhouse computer to locate both Echo and Senator Perrin as they try to run from Perrin's wife Cindy.
User ratings: 531
Average rating: 8.6
Meet Jane Doe
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.
User ratings: 473
Average rating: 8.0
A Love Supreme
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.
User ratings: 484
Average rating: 8.6
Victor's five-year contract with the Dollhouse elapses and he goes back out into the real world under his old personality of Anthony Ceccoli. But his past as a soldier fighting in Afghanistan (whom he was running from the first place) threatens his present with Sierra who remains behind at Dollhouse and is conflicted over Victor's absence. Meanwhile, Echo continues to keep an eye on the comatose Ballard, while Adelle slips into hopelessness over recent events. When Victor/Anthony is captured by a rogue military unit with ties to Rossum Corp. Echo is forced to recruit Sierra, under her real personality of Priya, to help rescue Victor/Anthony while Boyd and Topher monitor and keep Adelle in check to avoid her finding out what is going on behind the scenes.
User ratings: 471
Average rating: 8.0
The Attic
We finally enter the mysterious Attic - the secret vault where the Dollhouse keeps damaged actives and problematic employees unconscious and in a perpetual state of terror. Adelle has had Echo sent there, along with Victor and Sierra, on the grounds that her multiple imprints and their growing self-awareness are making the three a danger to Rossum. In the dream-world of the Attic, Echo and her friends forced to face their worst nightmares repeatedly, and their only ally is former Dollhouse security head Laurence Dominic, sent there earlier when he was discovered to be a spy for the NSA. Together they must confront a mysterious predator bent on killing the Attic's prisoners, as they try to uncover the mystery of the Attic's true nature and purpose. Meanwhile, Adelle forces Topher to find a way to restore Ballard's damaged brain in order to revive him - at a terrible cost.
User ratings: 609
Average rating: 9.1
Getting Closer
In order for Echo and her allies to stop the Rossum Corporation from bringing about the collapse of civilization with their remote mind-wipe technology, Caroline's personality must be restored to Echo, as Caroline is the only one who can identify the mysterious head of Rossum, but this which proves more challenging that it initially appears. Bennett Halverson is forcibly taken from the DC Dollhouse - along with November - to LA to help restore Caroline's damaged personality backup, and the story behind her hatred for Caroline is revealed. Topher must confront his feelings for Bennett, as Echo learns just what was sacrificed in rewiring Paul Ballard's brain, and the nature of Boyd Langton's "domestic issues" is revealed. DeWitt orders all actives restored to their original personalities and evacuated, as all-out war with Rossum becomes imminent. In the episode's final shocking moments, we learn the truth behind Rossum's leadership.
User ratings: 536
Average rating: 8.9
The Hollow Men
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.
User ratings: 505
Average rating: 8.6
Epitaph Two: Return
In the year 2020, events finally come full-circle as Echo and the few surviving Dollhouse staff struggle to restore mankind after the devastating events seen in the first season episode, "Epitaph" that has turned 90% of Earth's population into mindless, kill-crazy zombies out to kill those not infected (called 'actuals') by the Rossum's remote mind-wipe system. In the meantime, fellow "actuals", Mag, Zone, and the mind-restored Caroline set out to find "Safe Haven" that can save man-kind from total extinction.
User ratings: 708
Average rating: 8.9
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