In the series finale, Echo and Paul return to the Dollhouse so that Topher can attempt to put things right and gain some semblance of redemption for his role in the present apocalypse. Priya and Anthony resolve their differences and set out to remake the world after Topher's pulse bomb returns the Dumbshows and Butchers to their original selves. Is the ending hopeful? That's up to the viewer to decide.
Episode Grade: A+
Echo makes a final attempt to bring down the Rossum Corporation despite Boyd and Clyde's efforts to further a plan whose end game still appears rather murky. Episode highlights also include Anthony and Priya putting aside their personal aspirations to enter the fray, and Paul Ballard and Mellie enjoying a brief moment together before a jarring decision takes hold.
Episode Grade: Dave A+ . Wayne A
Through a series of flashbacks, we learn the backstory of Caroline's relationship with Bennett Halverson (Summer Glau), and their attempt to bring down the Dollhouse. However, in arguably the series' biggest reveal, the identity of the "man behind the curtain" finally becomes known.
Episode Grade: A
We finally learn the truth about what really goes on in The Attic, and it's up to Echo figure out how to bring down the Rossum Corporation's mainframe computer that runs on human brain power. Glimpses of the apocalyptic future shown in "Epitaph One" appear, and one of Rossum's founders works with Echo and the others to prevent that future from occurring.
Episode Grade: A
Wayne and Dave take a look at one of the most intriguing scifi television shows to come along in quite a while. BBC America's Orphan Black starring Tatiana Maslany explores the practical and ethical considerations surrounding human cloning. Who's your favorite clone? Oh right. First rule of clone club; you don't use the C word.