“Dollhouse,” the new show by Joss Whedon (“Buffy The Vampire Slayer”), is apparently about attractive young women who kill and are given high-tech roofies so they don’t remember what they’ve done. But it’s on network TV so, as the young folks say, you can’t see nothin’. That didn’t stop producers from doing a nude photo shoot with star Eliza Dushku, nor the internet from disseminating them. Back in 1990, when we saw nude people on “Dream On,” we imagined we were only months away from truly pornographic, full-frontal publicity photos. 18 years later, see how little has changed. People who wonder when American lost its greatness should take a long, hard look at their media kits.
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