Cellphone from the Set of "Dollhouse"
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Dollhouse television series




When answered, the phone completely wipes all memory from the victim. Unless memories are imprinted, they are merely a "doll" with no function.


Answering and listening to a voice on the other line

Collected by

Claudia Donovan and Steve Jinks







Date of Collection

March 26, 2015


A Cellphone from the set of the Joss Whedon series, Dollhouse.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Dollhouse is a series from Joss Whedon and produced by Fox. The series, a science fiction thriller, involves a series of underground groups who program people called Actives (or "Dolls") with whatever temporary skills are needed for their clients.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When a caller dials the number, the person who answers it and listens to their voice has their memories wiped completely. Basic memories involving body functions, such as breathing, remain intact. Unless memories are imprinted onto the victim, they remain still and will not function, as if they are a doll.

Artifacts are the best way to repair or imprint memories into the "dolls". However, it is hypothesized that a person might be able to be "retrained" from scratch, as new memories are slowly gained - similar to how a baby slowly learns as they age.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Agents Claudia Donovan and Steve Jinks collected this artifact from Joss Whedon in late March 2015 after he was given this phone by a former producer on the show and had his memory wiped. They managed to neutralize the artifact easily, and after a visit by Artie, his memories were restored (although it has been noted that the restoration wasn't quite "perfect").

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The cellphone number is classified, only in possession of the Head Regent and only to be used for an Agent Contingency.
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