Dollhouse is a strange little monster. Is it good? Yeah, sort of. I mean, yeah. The concept of the Dollhouse is that a company recruits people with troubled pasts and makes them “actives”. They program the actives to be whoever you want to be. You want a hooker? They can program you a hooker. You need a ninja? They can program you a ninja. If you want my fantasy, a ninja hooker, they can do that too. The first season introduced the idea and had a few “This episode, Echo is a spy” episodes. Those sucked, for a number of reasons, but it got better when a conspiracy and a strange “Future” episode was created that showed what would happen in Season 2, a nightmare where everyone in the world is programmed and controlled, kind of. Season 2 delivers the promise of Season 1’s end episode, building to the finally. The bad part? Season 2 had pretty much no budget. You have the Dollhouse set and, well, that’s it. It doesn’t get boring but it does get repetitive. Camera angles and cool dialogue and good acting and story lines only go so far. The Second Season is only good when you have a complete connection to the characters. Once you don’t care, you’ll become seriously uninterested really quickly. Sadly, erasable identities and golems and the heavy concept of identities only goes so far. It is worth a watch, simply because of Joss Whedon. Everyone likes Joss Whedon.