‘Dollhouse’ Premiere Sneak Peak

Eliza Dushku's Echo in DollhouseTwo minutes of the premiere episode of Joss Whedon’s new Dollhouse has been released by Michael Ausiello on his blog at EW.com. In the video we get to see Eliza Dushku’s Echo get her memories erased and an introspective conversation between her handler Boyd (Harry Lennix) and lab tech Topher (Fran Kranz). You can see the video for yourself by going here. I’ve also included some screenshots from the sneak peak below.

Dollhouse is the latest creation from writer Joss Whedon and premieres on Fox on February 13 at 9 P.M. eastern time.

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