Official: Dollhouse Season 2 Cast Photos

by admin on August 21, 2009 · 10 comments

Dollhouse Season 2 Cast Photos

Here are the all-new Dollhouse Season 2 Cast photos. featuring (L-R) Dichen Lachman, Fran Kranz, Enver Gjokaj, Olivia Williams, Eliza Dushku, Tahmoh Penikett and Harry Lennix. Click the link below to view all of the photos:

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A mixture of in-character and out of character photos there. Not quite as good as the Fringe promotional photos, in my opinion, but thankfully less ‘Echo’ focused than last season’s lot.

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Adam August 21, 2009 at 2:25 pm

I like the first three. Is there symbolism to the ones after that? I don’t see the point of those.

Phoenix August 22, 2009 at 12:34 pm

Oh, my — yet more photos of Eliza Dushku fully clothed! I’m starting to have high hopes that this season will actually focus more on the action and the plot than the “see Echo in the SlutWear fashion line” angle that they were so obsessed with last season.

Brandon August 23, 2009 at 11:09 am

Hmm… In the first season, I saw a lot of interesting dilemmas with newfound technology and profound implications concerning its interaction with human nature as well as individual personalities. Echo's clothing seems to have always fit the engagement for which she was hired. It's interesting that you focused on only one subset of that character's presentation. Everything we say is a projection from which others can determine what we think about ourselves.

Phoenix August 23, 2009 at 8:57 pm

I think that’s certainly a fair observation, but there were certain times that the clothing just sort of distracted (for instance the go-go gear she wore throughout “Echoes” — I know that it’s explained by the engagement she walked away from, but I found the slutty-schoolgirl look a negative distraction). For me, I guess I think that there are some cases where it’s almost classless to have so few clothes on. And even in the promos — like the remote-free TV thing, where it just panned over a naked Echo with running lights covering her privates. I don’t know; it just felt like the packaging, while not entirely, seemed to lean toward FOX’s seeming determination lately to sell everything with sex, even when sex isn’t what the show is focused on.

Although the dominatrix garb and the ensuing conversation (I forget which episode that was in) was actually very revealing of Echo’s handler, I found. Maybe I just saw it differently than you did?

Brandon August 23, 2009 at 11:19 pm

I agree that FOX (and a lot of television in general) attempts to sell their shows with sex and that this can distract from the full meaning of any show. Also, unfortunately so, I think that this is a large draw for much of the general population. For this show in particular (not singling out any episodes), I came to believe that the skimpy outfits reflected society’s obsession with the surface, and Joss presented the idea that there is more to a person than how “slutty” they look on day to day basis. Although I still believe that many of Echo’s outfits fit well for the engagements, I agree that wearing too little clothing can be classless. Perhaps I’m rationalizing the wardrobe because I know that there are deeper, and in my opinion, more important messages presented in the show and I don’t want the clothing to ruin that for me. I think we have similar opinions, just slightly different observations. Do you agree?

Phoenix August 24, 2009 at 7:02 pm

Oh, I really do agree — the philosophical/moral issues presented in “Dollhouse” are one of the main reasons that I watch it, and Joss Whedon is certainly smart and smart-ass enough to play off of society’s expectations just to make a statement.

I suppose I particularly get irritated about the clothing issue because I tend to feel that there are more ways to get the point across. But that’s just my personal opinion. Either way, I really can’t wait for the second season to come on!

Brandon August 26, 2009 at 12:16 am

Me too! I’m so glad Dollhouse gets a second season!

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lying tiger November 1, 2010 at 9:51 am

Doll House had NO chance. This series has terrifying implications to the coherent mind.

Conceptually, Doll House (especially Season 2) is a nightmare of a potential future reality. But don't worry. With all of the technological abuses accelerating…we won't make at as far, as Doll House did.

Joss & his staff of writers are conceptual, intellectual anomalies, beyond the current tier of geniuses. There are conceptual layers of intellect & latent emotional depths to Doll House that would elude and confuse our brightest think tanks.

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