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EPISODE REVIEW: Dollhouse: "Epitaph One" (Season 1, Episode 13) [Season Finale]

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Since most of us haven't seen "Epitaph One," the season 1 finale of Dollhouse, and effectively part 1 of the two part series finale, Vacantlook of B5.com has graciously allowed us to reprint his synopsis of "The Lost Episode."  This explains a lot about what was going on in Friday night's finale, explaining some of the more confusing points about how, exactly, the world got that bad, and who some of these new characters were

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EPISODE REVIEW: Dollhouse: “The Hollow Men” (Season 2, Episode 12)

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Last week we learned that Boyd was the founder of Rawson, the corporation that runs the dollhouse. What could follow on the heels of a revelation like that? Let’s find out, shall we?

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EPISODE REVIEW: Dollhouse: “Getting Closer” (Season 2, Episode 11)

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You know what? This was such a barn-burner that I’m not even gonna’ bore you with my normal preamble, let’s just get right to it. In my massively spoiler-heavy synopsis to come, I’m going to list things in chronological order, rather than the order they were revealed in the show.

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BOOK REVIEW: “Serenity - The Official Visual Companion” by Joss Whedon (2005)

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Once upon a time there was a show called “Firefly” which was too brilliant and beautiful to live, and so it died. Like many genre shows before it and since, it was banished to the Fox Friday Night Death Slot to quietly starve for want of sustenance. Even then, it didn’t die fast enough for its master’s liking, so they put a bullet in its head and never even bothered to air the last three episodes. Two years later, the show rose from the dead, transformed in to a big screen movie; the first - it was hoped - of many.

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BREAKING NEWS: Dollhouse gets a second season!

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There have been rumors for the last week or so that Joss Whedon was pitching story ideas to the suits at FOX for a second season of his perpetually ratings-challenged "Dollhouse" Series. This was a surprise, since it's FOX after all, and it was just assumed the show was dead as a doornail. It had the lowest ratings of any hight-budget scripted series on TV - a 1.0 share in the male 18-49 demographic, but it consistently went up to a 1.4 if DVR ratings were factored in.

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