Fans of writer already praising sci-fi show they haven't yet seen
By ELLEN GRAY Philadelphia Daily News
Aug. 22, 2008, 6:11PM
CENTURY CITY, CALIF. Ã¢â¬â We enter the sleeping chamber.
Sleek and circular, its individual beds recessed below floor level, it's meant to look spalike, a place where the residents of a Fox series called Dollhouse can relax when they're between missions, missions that require them to be imprinted with new memories and personalities each time.
As scenarios go, it's more sci-fi than supernatural, and the setting reflects that.
Still, it's hard not to think about vampires.
And our tour guide, Joss Whedon, knows why.