FOX are gearing up to welcome their new TV series, "Dollhouse", by releasing a clip from the sci-fi show. Focusing on the character Echo, which is played by Eliza Dushku, the footage reveals on how a Doll or Active is getting his or her memory erased by the The Dollhouse on a special chair.
Topher is a lab tech working for the facility who is responsible to perform the duty of erasing the memory and terminating the tape. He is seen in discussion with Echo's guard, Boyd, on how the memory-erasing practice has its effect on Echo who found the man of her dream just before she went through the process. While Boyd is worried on the personal life of Echo, Topher says that she is actually "living the dream" by not having a care of the world.
"Dollhouse" is a new series developed by "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator Joss Whedon. The Dollhouse wipe clean the memory of their agents aka the "Actives" or "Dolls" so that they can fall into other persona, skill and language among others and do different assignments. It will premiere on February 13.