History Series / Dollhouse

7th Aug '17 10:37:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* MindHive: Both Echo and her EvilCounterpart Alpha eventually transform into a new type of being with multiple personalities simultaneously inhabiting the same person. When Echo is asked if she would want to go back to her original personality Caroline, she states that she is no longer that person and is now her own entity.
21st Jul '17 5:46:34 PM Ea4g
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[[caption-width-right:330:"Did I fall asleep?"]]

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[[caption-width-right:330:"Did [[caption-width-right:330:[[MindRape "Did I fall asleep?"]]
asleep?"]]]]



%%* ClimbSlipHangClimb: Used in "The Target".
%%* CloudCuckooLander:
%%** The chemical in "Echoes" turns people into this.
%%** In "Briar Rose" (1x11), Stephen borders on this.
%%** In "Epitaph One" (1x13), [[spoiler: Topher and Whiskey.]]
%%* CloudCuckooLandersMinder: Adelle becomes this for [[spoiler: Topher.]]

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%%* * ClimbSlipHangClimb: Used in "The Target".
%%* * CloudCuckooLander:
%%** ** The chemical in "Echoes" turns people into this.
%%** ** In "Briar Rose" (1x11), Stephen borders on this.
%%** ** In "Epitaph One" (1x13), [[spoiler: Topher and Whiskey.]]
%%* * CloudCuckooLandersMinder: Adelle becomes this for [[spoiler: Topher.]]



%%* {{Cult}}: In "True Believer."
%%* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler: Mellie/November versus Hearn, after her trigger.]]

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%%* * {{Cult}}: In "True Believer."
%%* * CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler: Mellie/November versus Hearn, after her trigger.]]



%%* MindProbe
%%* MindRape: ''The entire premise of the show.''

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%%* * MindProbe
%%* * MindRape: ''The entire premise of the show.''show!''
21st Jul '17 5:09:24 AM Ea4g
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* FanDisservice: Too most people find the idea of a brainwashing technology used by a shadowy organization to run a sex-slave operation in every major city in the world for anything else to really apply.

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* FanDisservice: Too To most people find the idea of a brainwashing technology used by a shadowy organization to run a sex-slave operation in every major city in the world is too horrific for anything else to really apply.
20th Jul '17 1:11:20 PM Ea4g
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* FanDisservice: Too most people find the idea of a brainwashing technology used by a shadowy organization to run a sex-slave operation in every major city in the world for anything else to really apply.
26th Jun '17 5:47:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* MakingUseOfTheTwin: done with Enver Gjokaj's non-actor twin, Demir Gjokaj, in "The Attic." [[spoiler:In Anthony/Victor's Attic nightmare, he's back fighting in Afghanistan and finds himself gun-to-gun with a Taliban fighter: himself. And he must relive the experience over and over.]]
28th Jan '17 5:28:36 PM Wyldchyld
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* SexSells: Echo frequently appears in sexy outfits and situations in the first few scenes of the show. Even though she's often a glorified prostitute and the show tries hard to drive this home, the timing seems like it's also a deliberate attempt to snag viewers. The most obvious offender is "A Spy in the House of Love" (1x09), which features Echo in a [[FetishFuel dominatrix outfit]].

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* SexSells: Echo frequently appears in sexy outfits and situations in the first few scenes of the show. Even though she's often a glorified prostitute and the show tries hard to drive this home, the timing seems like it's also a deliberate attempt to snag viewers. The most obvious offender is "A Spy in the House of Love" (1x09), which features Echo in a [[FetishFuel dominatrix outfit]].outfit.



** When Echo goes undercover as a hooker as part of her "Taffy" persona in "Gray Hour" (1x04), she has [[FetishFuel thigh-high leather boots, with a leather skirt.]] Once the disguise is no longer needed, she changes into something more sensible (and better suited for robbery), but still keeps the high-heeled boots.

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** When Echo goes undercover as a hooker as part of her "Taffy" persona in "Gray Hour" (1x04), she has [[FetishFuel thigh-high leather boots, with a leather skirt.]] skirt. Once the disguise is no longer needed, she changes into something more sensible (and better suited for robbery), but still keeps the high-heeled boots.
22nd Oct '16 2:27:04 PM Xtifr
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* HuntingTheMostDangerousGame: "The Target" (1x02). [[ShoutOut Subtly]] {{Lampshaded}}, since the baddie's fake name is "Richard Connell," the author of ''Literature/TheMostDangerousGame''.

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* HuntingTheMostDangerousGame: "The Target" (1x02). [[ShoutOut Subtly]] {{Lampshaded}}, since the baddie's fake name is "Richard Connell," the author of ''Literature/TheMostDangerousGame''."Literature/TheMostDangerousGame".



** Richard Connell is the name of the guy who wrote ''TheMostDangerousGame''.

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** Richard Connell is the name of the guy who wrote ''TheMostDangerousGame''."Literature/TheMostDangerousGame".
14th Sep '16 6:55:50 PM gewunomox
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** Stage Fright shouts out to BritneySpears, basically, her entire life, singing for the (Mickey) Mouse, having a ''Show your junk'' breakdown, and ContractualPurity via MadonnaWhoreComplex , being sweet and down to earth but having street cred, and even, to a degree, the feel trapped/seek for freedom issue pop stars like her have had, the pop star herself is a mesh of Britney, dance moves/outfits, and another generic pop star, and Beyonce.

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** Stage Fright shouts out to BritneySpears, Music/BritneySpears, basically, her entire life, singing for the (Mickey) Mouse, having a ''Show your junk'' breakdown, and ContractualPurity via MadonnaWhoreComplex , being sweet and down to earth but having street cred, and even, to a degree, the feel trapped/seek for freedom issue pop stars like her have had, the pop star herself is a mesh of Britney, dance moves/outfits, and another generic pop star, and Beyonce.
6th Jul '16 3:36:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* CopsNeedTheVigilante: The Dollhouse is once hired to assist a DEA operation. As the Dollhouse is already an illegal entity, everyone involved is up front about the iffy nature of this operation.
10th Jun '16 6:44:18 PM darkchiefy
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* FiveYearPlan: the Actives are meant to be released with their original personalities after five years.
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