“Dollhouse” is closing its doors for good, but from the looks of things Joss Whedon’s show is going down fighting.
Friday’s (Jan. 29) series finale is called “Epitaph Two: Return,” and as the title implies, it takes place in the ruined world portrayed in “Epitaph One,” the show’s first-season closer (seen only on DVD). FOX describes the finale this way: “Picking up from the events depicted in ‘Epitaph One’ … and set in the year 2020, Echo and her surviving Dollhouse crew attempt to restore order to a devastating future world before mankind is eliminated.”
FOX has released three clips from the episode, which we present for your appetite-whetting pleasure. First up: Echo (Eliza Dushku) and Paul (Tahmoh Penikett) find Topher (Fran Kranz), who’s gone very far around the bend with the realization of all he’s done and is babbling about what he still has to do.
They eventually bring him to a safe(-ish) house where Adelle (Olivia Williams), Sierra (Dichen Lachmann) and others have gathered.
Finally, Sierra and Victor (Enver Gjokaj) discuss their regrets and what they should do next.
What are your thoughts on the end of “Dollhouse”?
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