When Victor's contract with the Dollhouse expires, he must struggle to resolve the traumatic memories of his military past that are threatening to consume him as he learns to once again live in the regular world, even while memories of Sierra haunt him, leaving him unsure what to do.
Meanwhile, Echo and the Dollhouse staff struggle to save Ballard's life even as DeWitt becomes more and more suspicious of Echo.
original airdate--December 18,1993 rating--2.10 million
songs--Theme song--"What You Don't Know" by Jonatha Brooke and Eric Bazilian
Goof --To aim a gun, it's common to close one eye. When Echo shoots out the bunker's camera, she closes the wrong eye, the one more nearly in line with the gun's sights; she shouldn't be able to hit anything.
Trivia--When Victor is released from his contract, Langton tells him that they had made arrangements for him to stay at the Hyperion. The Hyperion was the headquarters for Angel Investigations in Angel.
They say money can't buy you everything.
They were wrong.
There is a place where you can hire someone to do whatever you need, be whoever you want. They will be programmed with the skills, memories and personality needed to get the job done, after which, they will be wiped clean. No muss, no fuss.
Welcome to the Dollhouse.