The imaginative Director Joss Whedon returns for the first time since the cancellation of his series Firefly to the Fox Network in the death slot on Friday night with his new highly- anticipated drama "Dollhouse" starring “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” recurring actress Eliza Dushku. The new series, which features "dolls" who have their memories erased in order to take on any new job, and I do mean any, has been one of the more talked about and anticipated genre series of the past year because of Whedon’s attachment to the project, but also because of rumored problems getting the story put together and the series established and past the sometimes closed minds of the network execs. Production of the show was shut down for a brief time so that Whedon and the writers of the show could go back and do some revamping, but in the meantime, Fox Network in their infinite wisdom (snide comment from writer of this blog) moved the show from what could have been a good night on television to Fridays and coupled (or as I like to say stuck it) with the struggling "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles." I only hope Joss learned his lesson with the network and doesn’t have to pack up his "Dollhouse" and go home. I guess we will have to wait, and see, wont we?