Fox Dollhouse

Fox Dollhouse

              Rated #80 in Television Shows
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9 Reviews 3.7/5 stars
80% Recommended
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Loved this show while it lasted, was sad to see it go

Love it The show got a little cheesy at times, and some of the storylines/subplots were a little out there. But, it was a neat concept and Joss Whedon did what he does best -- shows women being powerful and capable of helping themselves. I was very sad to see this one end, but glad that it was given a proper ending.

I loved this show. I was sad to see it end. I love Joss Whedon. His work is amazing. I liked the cast of charaters and the show is over all pretty good!

This was another Netflix find for me of gold. It's beautiful, sci-fi perfection. I love some science fictional plots. This was so intriguing and pulled me in after each episode. The friendship and the romance that bloomed on this was so amazing.

i liked the first season until the ending went to hell....the second season i thought was going to save the first season, but then that also went to hell half way....

I love Joss Whedon, and this show was pretty good. Some of the dialog is cheesy, but you often get those little gems that Whedon became famous for from Buffy. His shows often get dumped before they do well. Even Buffy was dumped and had to move to a new network. Firefly was a great series that still has a huge following. I hope that maybe SyFy picks up Dollhouse.

I like this show. It is different. The cast is pretty good, but agree that some of the acting is a little forced. All in all, it's a good show for a Friday night.

My husband loves this show (I wonder why ;-) but I find it purely annoying - it's the same old plot in just about every episode... she gets imprinted with a new personality, and something goes - surprise! - horribly wrong...

This is a high-concept show for those who want to think about their prime time entertainment. Joss Whedon, the mastermind behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series) and Firefly, brings Dollhouse, about an underground business that provides the wealthy with people programmed to be whoever or whatever they wish. A hostage negotiator, a socialite, a bank robber, a good date - 'dolls' truly believe they are whoever they are programmed to be. Problems begin when one doll begins to evolve. What is a soul? Where do memories come from? Could a person ever be a blank slate? It's a smart, suspenseful show beginning its second season, and I can't wait to see where it goes.