Mr Security Chief Lawrence gets the attention of a slightly shocked Topher, asking him what happened. Also, considering the amount of people killed, and the fact that they managed to get at least five Actives asleep, I wonder exactly how big the Dollhouse is, and how many Actives there are in total. Let's hope they got all those blood stains removed.First things first, though: Topher asks if he can have a gun. It also seems like there are a number of other Dollhouses around, rather than just this one, situatied in LA. Anyway, as the haunting music of the opening credits ends, Adelle Dewitt explains that Dollhouse Actives are as innocent as children in their resting state, which they call the "Tabula Rasa" -- the blank slate.How do you know if a girl is crazy before its too late? There are a few signs that, if you see them in a girl you are dating, might mean that you have to deal with a Crazy Chick.SEE ALSO: Red Lights District Amsterdam girls go wild What we mean by Crazy Chick?Scared Actives are being ushered into their sleeping pods; they don't seem to understand what is happening. But all Actives get wiped after every engagement, Lawrence argues, so how could he composite? Unfortunately, the rest of the episode doesn't quite live up to the action, suspense and punchy-dialogue of the first few minutes.
There is no excuse for physical violence, and that problem will never go away. Women who are unstable are likely to cause you trouble. Every though I have stated that all women are crazy - the reality is that some are more crazy than others.
Paula (Donna Lynne Champlin), being pulled in different directions, feels disconnected from her husband Scott (guest star Steve Monroe).
Pete Gardner, Vella Lovell and Santino Fontana also star.
If you cannot talk them down from it, you should jettison them early.
Remember - your friends and family will ALWAYS be your friends and family - but girlfriends (or wives) come and go all the time. Women who physically strike you are committing a crime, and should be discarded immediately - on their first offense.