It’s time for your treatment

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010 9:51 AM


John Lee, conspiracy therapist at Hollywood award-winner History Channel-mocked SNL-spoofed wooHOO!!!!!!

For A Little While

Epitath One banned in USA:


The year is 2019. A group of "actuals" (non-imprinted humans) are attempting to get underground to avoid technology and "butchers." The Rossum Corporation has let imprinting technology slip from their hands; Communist China has created a way to spread the imprint through phone lines and also blanket areas with a wave, and as a result, many people have been imprinted to kill those who have not been. The group discovers the Dollhouse...


Epitaph One is the thirteenth episode of the first season of Dollhouse, available on DVD on July 28, 2009.

The episode was not aired in the USA due to different contractual obligations with the Fox Network (the television broadcaster) and 20th Century Fox Television (the production company).

The episode is set in 2019 in a post-apocalyptic state and utilized flashbacks within the episode to hint at the future the show may or may not take in later seasons. Joss Whedon screened the episode during the Dollhouse panel at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con International and said the show would continue to feature scenes set in the future, that several of the characters introduced in this episode (including Felicia Day's character) would appear in episodes of the second season, and that the second season would follow the general continuity laid out in the episode, while reminding the audience that the episode is based on memories that may or may not be accurate.

WHY? Too close to Reality TV?

E1 bypassing Skynet censors via martial law in Ireland:

Epitaph Two: Return. In the year 2020, one year after the events of "Epitaph One", Echo and her team rescue Topher and the last of the Actuals.


Tuesday, June 22, 2010 6:05 PM


John Lee, conspiracy therapist at Hollywood award-winner History Channel-mocked SNL-spoofed wooHOO!!!!!!

Dollhouse - Original pilot and unaired 13th episode leaked


Original Pilot: ECHO

This episode was originally intended to be the on-air series pilot, but after test audiences found it "too confusing and dark," Joss Whedon decided to shoot a new pilot, "Ghost," to better introduce the story and characters to the viewing audience. It was originally reported that "Echo" was going to be aired second, after "Ghost," but when it proved impossible to salvage (even after reshoots), Whedon decided to shelve the episode completely and instead scraped footage from it for inclusion in later episodes.

The episode was included on the DVD and Blu-ray season sets released on July 28, 2009.

Original banned pilot "Echo Zombie Slaves"
Dialup Bulgaria

Fox crappy pilot for dummies






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