Anybody got a citation on the "leaked and discarded script?" --Phantomrhiannon 00:47, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

There's not a definitive quote in there, but it does mention (just like "Ghost") engagements that went for 3 days. Topher then says to Dr. Saunders: "The girl in the hospital had Echo by her side for three days. Supposed to be ten hours. These things are unpredictable and they're a drain on the Actives." So it sounds like there's a policy saying they should last 10 hours, but that policy doesn't get very much attention. But since we do have longer engagements on the show quite often, maybe that has changed in the "new" Dollhouse.--— Wiesengrund (talk) 08:59, 26 March 2009 (UTC)
Also, I have a feeling that line is kind of lost there and should be better used on the Engagement-article. --— Wiesengrund (talk) 09:08, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

In "Spy...", Topher listed the people who could have entered the Imprint room, and he included something like "caretakers" or "attendants", which I take to mean the people who babysit the Actives. Is this a specific title for these employees, like "handlers"? 23:37, 13 April 2009 (UTC)

Manhattan Dollhouse Edit

Didn't someone mention a Dollhouse in Manhattan in one of the previous episodes? Should that be included somewhere in the article? How about the (Headquarters?) mentioned in Briar Rose?Occam's Razor 00:01, 7 May 2009 (UTC)

It was Margaret Bashford's son who mentioned it, and also that he was a customer there, and the assumed HQ ("The Center") was said to be in Tuscon.HouseBunny 19:47, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
Ok. Should that be include in the article? I am thinking under "Organization".Occam's Razor 00:01, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
My bad, I see it's already there.I just added the supposed location of "the Center" in there.Occam's Razor 03:01, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

Informational Organization/Possible Splits?Edit

I was wondering, do we want all information regarding Dollhouse and mentions here, or, do we want to have the general information here, and separate pages for the locations? Example: Manhattan Dollhouse, LA Dollhouse, D.C. Dollhouse. Each place seems to be very different (almost rivals from what we saw from tonights two episodes), and it is hinted that their look is different and the actives have different names, and the imprinting/wiping works on a slightly (or massively, maybe) different scale. --Terran Officer

I would second this. It's very clear from the two episodes that each Dollhouse is run differently.
-- Gnostic 18:57, December 5, 2009 (UTC)

How do we want to name the LA one, "Los Angeles Dollhouse" or "L.A. Dollhouse"? In the episode, the D.C. staff constantly refer to it as "L.A." in some fashion or another (a common abbreviation for Los Angeles, I know, but still). One example, is when Stewart Lipman calls Echo "That L.A. Active" when talking to Cindy Perrin. --Terran Officer 01:20, December 8, 2009 (UTC)

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