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'Dollhouse' 2.02 Preview: Instinct

September 26, 2009 07:09:20 GMT

In the all new episode on October 2, a simple engagement takes a horrible turn when Echo is programmed to be a mother with a newborn baby.


'Dollhouse' 2.02 Preview: Instinct
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Echo is going to be a mother in the next episode of "Dollhouse". After premiering season two on Friday, September 25, FOX will bring back the sci-fi series to the small screen next week, October 2, with an all new episode titled "Instinct".

Echo is imprinted with the personality of a mother with a newborn baby. But thanks to Topher's programming, she takes motherhood too strongly and complications are bound to follow. What meant to be a simple engagement turns horribly wrong. Perrin, in the meanwhile, ramps up his investigation into Rossum, and DeWitt pays November a visit.

Discussing about what season two offers, lead actress Eliza Dushku told TV Addict that her character will be a lot more interesting this season. "Echo is no longer a unaware of her surroundings," the 28-year-old who takes on Echo shared. "She's remembering, becoming aware of all these things going on around her."

"In the first episode alone you begin to see her (alongside handler Paul Ballard) start to work together in order to bring down the Dollhouse," she further added. "Obviously it's not a simple task, especially when you begin to realize just how big the Rossum Corporation is."

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posted by darci on Sep 29, 2009
I thought that "Vows" was a good episode to kick off the season, and I didn't think it was noticeable at all that they had budget cuts...hope this episode continues where the last one left off, but with more people watching. It's discouraging to see that the ratings suffered again. Hopefully this show just slowly picks up steam, but I think Fox has just dropped the ball in promoting this show, and also has it in a bad time slot. Such a shame. Also, I was really happy that they played the song "The World" by Earlimart at the end of the episode, just as Paul realizes that Echo is remembering more of her past than she should. Great song, and I thought it fit the scene real well, too. I actually posted a video clip of the scene on YouTube, but it got taken down for copyright violations, which is yet another sign that Fox doesn't know what they're doing when it comes to promoting the show - don't they realize that it's good for a show's ratings to have YouTube popularity?
posted by xashbbyxO on Sep 27, 2009
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posted by reigne on Sep 26, 2009
With Amy Acker on board, as well as Desinof showing up, will there be any more Angel/Buffy alumni on the show? So far so good with the story line.
posted by XFEver on Sep 26, 2009
Eh, the arc sounds out-standing and some of the guest stars are extraordinary - Hogan, Desinof, Carradine for example, but I find my excitement abating when I consider the fact that the talentless Glau is going to be turning up to stink the place out and rumours that Whedon's going to become more quippy. I enjoyed last season's grim feel and think Whedon's jokes aren't funny they're childish and not typical of 'real' dialouge.

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