History Series / Dollhouse

6th Feb '16 8:02:39 AM set-a-rabbit
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** In "Haunted" (1x10), Topher is shown wearing a [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack Boba Fett]] hoodie.
2nd Feb '16 10:58:02 AM TheKaizerreich
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** "It's time for your treatment." Expect a lot of those considering the Actives work with memetic activation phrases. Played with in a DeletedScene for Omega (1x12), when IdiotHero Paul Ballard tries to ask November, who has been imprinted with a badass bounty hunter personality, if she'd like a treatment with the following exchange:
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** "It's time for your treatment." Expect a lot of those considering the Actives work with memetic activation phrases. Played with in a DeletedScene Deleted Scene for Omega (1x12), when IdiotHero Paul Ballard tries to ask November, who has been imprinted with a badass bounty hunter personality, if she'd like a treatment with the following exchange:

* HelloBoys: 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]].

* HelloBoys: 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]].

*** Unless there's WordOfGod on this, it's far, ''far'' more likely that it's a reference to the not-at-all-obscure term "Jane Doe" used to refer to a fictitious or anonymous woman in legal proceedings.
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*** Unless there's WordOfGod Word Of God on this, it's far, ''far'' more likely that it's a reference to the not-at-all-obscure term "Jane Doe" used to refer to a fictitious or anonymous woman in legal proceedings.

** Also in "Getting Closer", at one point Bennett asks Topher if he routed through an [[http://www.io9.com IO-9]] to remotely control the imprint chair. WordOfGod [[http://twitter.com/Annaleen/status/7617466701 confirms]] that it was a ShoutOut to the sci-fi review site.
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** Also in "Getting Closer", at one point Bennett asks Topher if he routed through an [[http://www.io9.com IO-9]] to remotely control the imprint chair. WordOfGod Word Of God [[http://twitter.com/Annaleen/status/7617466701 confirms]] that it was a ShoutOut to the sci-fi review site.
26th Jan '16 10:39:15 AM Antigone3
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* SkipTheAnesthetic: Adelle DeWitt at the end of "A Spy in the House of Love" when she's getting a gunshot wound stitched up by Dr Saunders. It's implied [[spoiler:she's punishing herself for trusting Laurence Dominic, who turned out to be an NSA mole]].
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* SkipTheAnesthetic: Adelle DeWitt [=DeWitt=] at the end of "A Spy in the House of Love" when she's getting a gunshot wound stitched up by Dr Saunders. It's implied [[spoiler:she's punishing herself for trusting Laurence Dominic, who turned out to be an NSA mole]].
26th Jan '16 10:38:18 AM Antigone3
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* SkipTheAnesthetic: Adelle DeWitt at the end of "A Spy in the House of Love" when she's getting a gunshot wound stitched up by Dr Saunders. It's implied [[spoiler:she's punishing herself for trusting Laurence Dominic, who turned out to be an NSA mole]].
24th Jan '16 4:02:39 PM nombretomado
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-->''[[SummerGlau This is better.]]''
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-->''[[SummerGlau -->''[[Creator/SummerGlau This is better.]]''
23rd Jan '16 9:23:42 AM nombretomado
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* RecycledPremise: The setup of Epitaph One is ''extremely'' similar to StephenKing's ''Literature/{{Cell}}''
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* RecycledPremise: The setup of Epitaph One is ''extremely'' similar to StephenKing's Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/{{Cell}}''
6th Nov '15 4:38:00 PM nombretomado
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''Dollhouse'' (2009-2010) is a 26-episode CyberPunk show by Creator/JossWhedon, which began airing in February 2009 on [[FridayNightDeathSlot Fridays at 9 p.m.]] on {{Fox}}. [[NetworkToTheRescue Against all odds]], it was renewed for a second season, but low {{ratings}} led to its {{cancellation}}. Luckily Whedon anticipated the cancellation and was able to score a full 13 episode second season, managing to get a complete plot and some closure out of its final episodes, after the cancellation order was given.
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''Dollhouse'' (2009-2010) is a 26-episode CyberPunk show by Creator/JossWhedon, which began airing in February 2009 on [[FridayNightDeathSlot Fridays at 9 p.m.]] on {{Fox}}. [[NetworkToTheRescue Against all odds]], it was renewed for a second season, but low {{ratings}} UsefulNotes/{{ratings}} led to its {{cancellation}}. Luckily Whedon anticipated the cancellation and was able to score a full 13 episode second season, managing to get a complete plot and some closure out of its final episodes, after the cancellation order was given.
25th Sep '15 5:41:50 PM RubySlippers11
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** [[spoiler:Since Sierra was sent in by Dominic (the real mole) specifically to retrieve a fake file that implicates someone else, her disguise didn't really have to fool anyone as it's pretty much stated that the people at the NSA were expecting her and knew exactly what was going on the whole time.]]
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** [[spoiler:Since Sierra was sent in by Dominic (the real mole) specifically to retrieve a fake file that implicates someone else, her disguise didn't really have to fool anyone as it's pretty much it's stated later in the episode that the people at the NSA were expecting her and knew exactly what was going on the whole time.]]
25th Sep '15 5:30:10 PM RubySlippers11
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**[[spoiler:Since Sierra was sent in by Dominic (the real mole) specifically to retrieve a fake file that implicates someone else, her disguise didn't really have to fool anyone as it's pretty much stated that the people at the NSA were expecting her and knew exactly what was going on the whole time.]]
4th Sep '15 12:41:17 AM Wavestorm11
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* CoolCodeOfSource: ** The episode "Briar Rose" uses the HTML source (which isn't code--it's markup) from the Web site for Wolfram Research in a cracking scene. [[http://www.wolfram.com/company/background.html Wolfram Research]] is a real company that makes Mathematica software, but it shares a name with an evil corporation on Whedon's series ''Angel'', making it a particularly nerdy hidden reference. ** Their environmental control system also seems to make heavy use of some XML dialect, as seen when [[spoiler:Alpha uses it]].
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