9:01PM - Topher just called (former) Agent Ballard "frenemy." LOL!
9:03PM - Alexis Denisof's name just popped up in the credits. So glad to see him on TV again! Especially opposite Eliza Dushku.
9:05PM - They did not just make a Jonas Brothers joke. Oh my. And Amy Acker is deliciously twisted so far.
9:13PM - Grrrreat. Rich dude's crazy wedding fantasy. And wedding night fantasy. Hope he doesn't have a thing for crossbows and hunting like one of last year's Dollhouse clients did.
9:15PM - So it's a job within a job for Echo, eh? She's an undercover FBI agent playing her new groom for a fool because he's an arms dealer. And Ballard's the client?!! Did he not quit the FBI?
9:16PM - I guess arms dealing means this guy packs weapons a lot worse than a bow and arrow. Potentially big ouch!
9:21PM - Well, that implied kiss just made all sorts of fanboys in the Whedonverse happy.
9:23PM - Weiiiiird hearing former "Watcher Wesley" speaking with a flat Yankee accent instead of a British accent. And how does the Dollhouse keep sucking in these good guys like Langton and Ballard?
9:28PM - Jamie Barber is looking awfully good in that button down shirt. Wouldn't have minded a multi-episode arc for him. And either Eliza is wearing really high heels, or Jamie Barber is kinda short . . .
9:32PM - This glimpse into Topher's psyche is exactly the kind of development this show needed to hook audiences in. And more kudos to Amy Acker for her acting in this ep. Wonderful depth and emotion.
9:37PM - The "you're human" and the "Roomba" quip make me wonder if wemight be seeing some robotics later this season? Just a possibility.
9:42PM - Eek. Bad time for a glitch. Bad, bad time for a glitch. I'm liking the new energy in this premiere. The tension has been ratcheted up a few notches. The stakes feel higher (if I may continue with the chain of cliches).
9:47PM - "Special Agent in Charge of Bugger All." Sounds like a job title far too many people have at their respective companies.
9:49PM - Looking forward to the moment when . . . oh, there it goes. The moment when Echo recalls one of her kung-fu fightin' imprints.
9;51PM - Considering the nature of so many of the jobs that they send the Actives on, Echo's not going to be of much use to the Dollhouse if pain makes her glitch.
9:59PM - The biggest problem that I'm spotting with the premiere is that right now I'm more curious about what's going on with the characters of Whiskey and Topher than I am about Echo and Paul Ballard.