Dollhouse: Season 2 (2009 - 2010)





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Air date: Sep 25, 2009
Air date: Oct 2, 2009
Air date: Oct 9, 2009
Air date: Oct 23, 2009
Air date: Dec 4, 2009
Air date: Dec 4, 2009
Air date: Dec 11, 2009
Air date: Dec 11, 2009
Air date: Dec 18, 2009
Air date: Dec 18, 2009
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"Dollhouse" just barely received a second-season renewal following some pretty dismal ratings, and creator Joss Whedon decided to use that extra time to depict how the corporation behind the titular organization was planning to silently take over the world—and how that attempt eventually led to a nightmarish future in which most of humanity has their minds scrambled. Echo (Eliza Dushku) continues to delve deeper into the conspiracy, while doing her best to hold onto her personality as her memories are wiped by the Dollhouse's technology. At the same time, Paul Ballard (Tahmoh Penikett) adjusts to his new role as Echo's handler, Dr. Claire Saunders (Amy Acker) confronts an existential crisis and Adelle DeWitt (Olivia Williams) makes a power play against her employers.


Tahmoh Penikett
as Paul Ballard
Olivia Williams
as Adelle DeWitt
Harry Lennix
as Boyd Langton
Fran Kranz
as Topher Brink
Summer Glau
as Bennett Halverson
Miracle Laurie
as November/Madeline/Mellie
Amy Acker
as Dr. Claire Saunders
Jamie Bamber
as Martin Klar
Alexis Denisof
as Sen. Daniel Perrin
Reed Diamond
as Laurence Dominic
Keith Carradine
as Matthew Harding
Stacey Scowley
as Cindy Perrin
Vincent Ventresca
as Nolan Kinnard
Ayre Gross
as Professor Gossen
Zoran Radanovich
as Hugo Taubman
Joe Sikora
as Terry Karrens
Clyde Kusatsu
as Dr. Makido
Ray Wise
as Stewart Lipman
Adam Godley
as Clyde Randolph
Tzi Ma
as Matsu
Philip Casnoff
as Clive Ambrose
Danielle Langlois
as Aunt Shiela
Deanna Douglas
as Little Sister
Tara Holt
as Big Sister
Jay Malone
as Young Man
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Critic Reviews for Dollhouse Season 2

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Dollhouse is a show with built-in moral questions, a lot of which surround sex and identity and agency, but it seems like it's backing away from a lot of those.

Feb 27, 2019 | Full Review…

In the first season, [the show's premise] just felt weirdly exploitative for the viewer, but the sweeping arc of the second season began to question the ethics of imagined technologies and turn the first season's plotlines on their heads.

May 22, 2018 | Full Review…

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