I just finished watching the two seasons of Joss Whedon's Dollhouse. Although it is often criticized as one of his less than stellar creations, I found it to be pretty good. 8/10 The following review was submitted to IMDB. Spoiler: Plot Details Included I just finished watching the entire series. The theme of each of the two seasons are rather different. Season 1 focuses on individuals who have more or less voluntarily agreed to be brain-wiped and reprogrammed to perform various services, often sexual, to paying clients. An isolated FBI agent is engaged in an investigation into the apparent disappearance of these people. However, the last episode of the season jumps ahead to a post-apocalyptic future, the relevance of which becomes clear in the next season. Season 2 is focused on a grand conspiracy to take over the world by means of the brain wiping technology. There is a lot of cloak and dagger activity, as well as action and violence. The origin of the dystopian future depicted in the last episode of the first season stems from the aforementioned conspiracy. Topics brought to the forefront throughout the series include the nature of personal identity, the dangers of misusing technology, and whether limited-term slavery is ethical. Overall, I found the series to be good, though not great. But I'm sure Dollhouse would have been a better show if it had been permitted to develop it's storyline over 4 or 5 seasons, instead of being cut short.