Friday I watched the return of the now-canceled 'Dollhouse.' Sad to see it go, especially since I think it has gotten better and better. In fact, Friday's two episodes were so great, that I got more and more pissed (even while enjoying the eps) that the show will not continue. I also experienced regret that I didn't participate more in the fan movement to push to save the show, perhaps best exemplified by the Why I Watch campaign (such amazing work, check it out at WhyIWatch.com). I guess it's a small consolation that Fox has committed to airing the full 13-episode order, and that Joss Whedon and the writing staff will get to wrap the series up. And, I was glad to read that Felicia Day will be coming back (in the series finale, I assume).
Here's what I will say: I mourned the loss of 'Dollhouse' on Saturday by (1) retrieving my Dollhouse DVD from a friend (to rewatch Epitaph One, and the DVD extras that I haven't seen yet) and (2) breaking out the Firefly DVD to watch the unaired episode 'The Message,' which (if I recall correctly from the commentary) was shot shortly after the cast and crew learned that the show had been canceled. The ending scene, in which the crew of Serenity deliver the body of their army buddy Tracey to his home, was especially sad since it also served as the wake/funeral for the show itself.
Firefly screencaps from Can't Take the Sky, A Firefly Site