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VICTOR: There’s two soldiers A-10 Formation, XMA-10 assault rifles and k23s and flash grenades. They’re about to make an offensive move— [calmly, to Priya] I’m Anthony, by the way. You can call me Tony.
VICTOR: Nice to meet you. [shoots soldiers] So you’re from Australia?
SIERRA: Maybe we should save the small talk until after the gunfight.
VICTOR: No, it’s good. The more I can remember about me —us, the easier it is for me to keep them out.
— Dollhouse, “Stop-Loss” (2.9)
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Full cast list for “The Avengers” was released. It includes some familiar names.
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WHISKEY/SAUNDERS: What if she [DeWitt] went over your head?
BOYD LANGDON: I’m very tall.
— Dollhouse, “Vows” (2.1)
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TOPHER: I did all this. I’m the one who brings about the thought-pocalypse.
TOPHER: Is brain-pocalypse better? I figure, if I’m responsible for the end of the world, I get to name it.
— Dollhouse, “The Hollow Men” (2.12)
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ECHO: You can fire me, but bitch don’t think that you can take me.
— Dollhouse, “Stage Fright” (1.3)
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TOPHER: You know what I like? Brown sauce. What’s it made of? Science doesn’t know!
ADELE: It’s made of brown.
TOPHER: Brown. Mined from the earth by the hardscrabble brown miners of North Brownderton.
ADELE: Oh, my God. I find lentils completely incomprehensible. What the sun-dappled hell is Echo doing at Fremont?
TOPHER: That’s got nothing to do with the drug, which means our problems are huge and indomitable.
ADELE: Ooh. I could eat that word. Or a crisp. Do you have any crisps?
TOPHER: You haven’t seen my drawer of inappropriate starches!
— Dollhouse, “Echoes” (1.7)
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ALPHA: We’re not just humans anymore. We’re not multiple personalities. We’re many personalities. Well, one of my personalities happens to be a multiple personality but that doesn’t make me a multiple personality… I’m looking for a little nuance here.
ECHO: We’re not gods.
ALPHA: Fine. Ubermensch. Nietzsche predicted our rise. Perfected, objective, something new.
ECHO: Right. New superior people, with a little German thrown in. What could possibly go wrong? We’re not new. We’re not anything. We’re not anybody because we’re everybody.
— Dollhouse, “Omega” (1.12)
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PAUL BALLARD: Come out.
KEPLER/ALPHA: Aw, come on, man. This is like one of those buddy cop movies where you’re the hard-nosed FBI agent and I’m the guy who hates buddy cop movies!
PAUL BALLARD: Get out of the car or I show the DA your “carrot” plantation.
KEPLER/ALPHA: If we go in there, then we’re in there. That’s more people in there. I’m not good with people.
PAUL BALLARD: They’re not people.
KEPLER/ALPHA: I’m not good with that sentence either.
— Dollhouse, “Briar Rose” (1.11)
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JOEL MYNOR: It was money. It was roll around in money. And Rebecca had no idea; she’d been supporting the both of us for years. I mean ridiculous hours; living in a one room shack. And I knew this house was exactly her type. I paid cash. And I called her up and said, meet me at this address. And she was worried, you know, I could hear it. She probably thought this was a police station or something, but… Ah, you know. Thinking about the look on her face when she saw this place and I told her it was ours. (pause) Sanitation truck sideswiped her car three blocks from here. I heard the impact and, and… they said it was quick. I guess they always have to say that, right? But she never got to see this house. And she never knew I’d made good. So every year on this date, I pretend she does. Like I get to see that look on her face and I get to show her our extraordinary home.
PAUL BALLARD: And then you sleep with her.
JOEL MYNOR: It is a fantasy.
PAUL BALLARD: I’m sorry for your loss, Mr. Mynor, but it doesn’t make you anything other than a predator.
JOEL MYNOR: I’m sure I’m in need of some serious moral spankitude, but guess who is not qualified to be my Rabbi?
— Dollhouse, “Man on the Street” (1.6)
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TOPHER: So which is worse? Pick up the phone or don’t pick up the phone? I can’t tell. It’s an interesting question. An entire army in a single instant. That’s all it takes. That’s brilliant. That’s sooo brilliant. Why didn’t I think of that?
TOPHER: Did I think of that? Did I? Oh, God. Oh my God. Oh my God. If I think I can figure things out, is that curiosity or arrogance? Oh my God. I know what I know. I know what I know.
— Dollhouse, “Epitaph One” (1.13)
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TOPHER: The human mind is like Van Halen. If you just pull out one piece and keep replacing it, it just degenerates.
BALLARD: Yeah, I don’t understand.
TOPHER: But it’s so cute that you’re trying.
— Dollhouse, “Instinct” (2.2)
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TOPHER: Um, hey! Uhh, sorry. I think we have a situation. The kind you need to shoot at.
— Dollhouse, “The Target” (1.2)
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TOPHER: Well, arguably, one could program the brain to… fight cancer. Or be telekinetic. Or not to have that gag reflex when you eat sea urchin. Or whatever. The possibilities are pretty much endless is what I’m saying. I don’t want to use the word “genius,” but I’d be okay if you wanted to.
— Dollhouse, “Instinct” (1.2)
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DOMINIC: You better check your tech!
TOPHER: That’s enough! You’re in my house now. Of the two people here, one of us is a genius, and the other is a security guard in a very lovely suit.
DOMINIC: All right, genius, tell me why Echo would kidnap the girl you programmed her to protect and bring her to the man who’s trying to kill her?
TOPHER: Wow. That does sound kind of bad.
— Dollhouse, “Stage Fright (1.3)