The one thing I'm certain most Dollhouse fans were thinking after the series came to a close last Friday: it's a shame it couldn't have gone longer.
The first season of Dollhouse took so long to establish itself, perhaps too long for people to stick with it. From the DVD-exclusive episode "Epitaph One" and then continuing into the second season, the series picked up speed considerably. Its slow-moving season one was composed mostly of stand-alone episodes which raised big questions about the dangers of the Dollhouse, but rarely answered them. Season two raised the stakes, presenting the possibilities of the technology--all the bad, and sometimes the good, things that can happen with the ability to put different personalities in a person's head--and showing its apocalyptic effects (on the world, and on the brain).
And then it was over.
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