Victor asks Echo if her headaches started before her 3 week absence from the Dollhouse, though in the previous episode the on-screen text said "3 Months Later" between her escaping and rescuing Galana from prison.
Paul: What does she think she's going to get out of Echo?
Boyd: She doesn't expect to get anything out of Echo. She's using her to make you squirm and it's working.
Paul: I can't help it. I don't like seeing her in pain.
Boyd: I don't like seeing her in pain. I looked into her eyes and swore to protect her, same as you. Before you. Today, protecting her means not reacting while DeWitt tortures her. So man up.
Victor/Dr. Gholsen: Oh, you don't like my remark, Ms. DeWitt? You prefer men to keep their natural urges to themselves?
Adelle: On the contrary, urges are my stock in trade. I find identifying with those of my clients to be very useful.
Victor/Dr. Gholsen: But that's your sales pitch, I think. In truth, you're very tightly controlled. See, men wear everything on the outside, including their genitalia. Whereas, you are chastised for any suggestion of sexuality. Punished, perhaps.
Adelle: So goes the entirety of intersexual relations throughout history, Dr. Gholsen. I really don't see...
Victor/Dr. Gholsen: No wonder you despise that girl. Echo. She gets to be the virgin and the whore, and for both, she's, uh, celebrated.
Adelle: Yes, very insightful. Would you like a treatment?
Victor/Dr. Gholsen: Oh, yeah. Very much so.
Topher: These are the craziest scans I've ever seen. I... I can't even look at them without going nuts! I know a conspiracy when I desperately try to avoid seeing one.
Topher: Is she... still Eleanor Penn?
Topher: Is she still Terry Kerrans?
Boyd: Topher, yes.
Topher: So she's a serial killer.
Boyd: Only a little.
Topher: Right. Only a little bit serial killer.
Adelle: Alpha? What proof do we have?
Boyd: Aside from the note, nothing.
Paul: But it makes sense. He's the only one out there with a knowledge of this place and an obsession with Echo,.
Adelle: I thought that was you, Mr. Ballard.
Paul: You're hilarious.
Boyd: Clay Corman, ex-CEO of Comulus, ex-client of Echo's, was found dead three days ago outside of his crappy trailer in Riverside County. Throat was cut with a five-inch gut hook hunting knife. Sheriff chalked it up to a meth deal gone bad.
Paul: That guy was a billionaire. Where'd all his money go?
Boyd: Into that fine, ergonomic chair you're sitting in, among other things. Blew everything on the Dollhouse.
Paul: My ass does feel very pampered.
Topher: Let me guess. You've been done wrong by a man?
Sierra: I've been done wrong ten ways to Sunday and it's Tuesday.
Alpha: Am I the only one who bothered to dress for this? I mean, the black works, because honestly, when doesn't it? It's functional, it's slimming. But you--you don't work for the federal government anymore. Why don't you go with just a splash of color?
Boyd: Trigger device.
Paul: Yep. Put it down, Alpha.
Alpha: If I do then he will become a splash of color. I'm thinking red.
Matt Cargill: Help me.
Boyd: Alpha, do not do this. There's a part of you that knows this is wrong.
Alpha: There are many parts of me that know this is wrong. None that care. And six that just find it funny.
Alpha: All right, tell me the truth. What do you think of the suit?
Adelle: You're quite the dandy.
Alpha: It's a little Brummel. I've gone a little Brummel. It's better to look good than to feel good. It's ironic. It took 40-odd characters on the inside... for me to realize that it's what's on the outside that counts.
Alpha: Are you scared?
Adelle: Out of my mind.
Alpha: Smart girl. Of course, I could never be out of my mind. I have so many, and the second I'm out of one, I'm right into the next.
Alpha: That's what I love about the British--your talent for understatement. Also Python.
Alpha: You're in for the ride. You're not going to get loose. One of my imprints was an Eagle Scout. Another one was a sailor. There's a dirty joke in there somewhere.
Alpha: I was there. I saw everything.
Paul: There was nothing to see.
Alpha: That's how I know that I am not wrong. For months you shared the same room. You never slept with her. You could have, but you didn't. If that's not love... Are you gay?
Alpha: Then it's love.
Boyd: We don't have much time.
Topher: Won't take me a second to put this together.
Boyd: You have to put it together?!
Topher: It's the manufacturing room, not the "it's finished" room!
Alpha: Hey! I'm the only one who should be mad. I created you, and who do you fall for? The schmuck I used to get in here.
Echo: He's ten times the man you are, and you're, like, 40 guys.
Topher: I am obsolete. This must be what old people feel like. And Blockbuster.
International Air Dates:
UK: February 2, 2010 on Sci Fi/Sci Fi HD
Australia: April 15, 2010 on FOX8
Czech Republic: April 23, 2010 on Prima COOL
Slovakia: February 23, 2012 on JOJ Plus
One Life Away by M Ward - Alpha's first kill.
Your Ghost by Greg Laswell (cover of original by Kristen Hersh) - Closing scene.
Alpha: Nothing more than feelings.
Referencing the 1975 song Feelings by Loulou Gasté and popularized by Morris Albert. Initially ranking high on the charts and covered by a number of artists, the song has since become the focus of parody against 70s soft rock music.
Alpha: But nothing more than the average bear, so why do you get to be her honey, hmm?
Referencing the tagline of the famous Hanna Barbera bear, Yogi Bear. The animated bear lives in Jellystone park, steals picnic baskets, and has been the star of several series such as The Yogi Bear Show. His famous catchphrase is that he's "smarter than the average bear."
Alpha: Get over it, babies. Love the ones you're with.
Referencing the tag line of the 1970 single Love the One You're With by Stephen Stills. The song was based on a line often uttered by Billy Preston, and has since been covered by performs such as The Isley Brothers.
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