Dollhouse is the new series by Joss Whedon, who created Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly. You can catch it on Fox 9/8c. The Dollhouse is a place where people (called Actives) live. Actives have no personalities of their own. They are all empty shells who have been wiped clean and are at the mercy of this organization. Clients contact the Dollhouse requesting someone for a specific need. An Active is chosen and they have personalities and memories imprinted on them to meet this need (be it the perfect date, an assassin, etc). After a mission is complete the Actives return to the Dollhouse where the personality and all of their memories are removed. The pilot episode (which premiered tonight at the time of this post) was genuinely entertaining, though a tad inconsistent. More than once the viewer was offered information that didn't seem to benefit the story, and characters that you would think were important are killed. It makes for a very confusing experience. Perhaps I'm critiquing it too much, this is only the first episode. It kept me interested from start to finish, and by the end of it you are genuinely curious as to the history of Echo (the main character) and how she was inducted into the Dollhouse. So, despite the inconsistencies (which may prove not so inconsistent as the series continues) I will have to say it is worth the watch. Discuss.