In the chair, Echo's begging Topher to help her: "You seem like a nice man." Best evidence so far that she's a lunatic. He looks taken aback by the force of her emotion, and when he promises he'll help her, she settles into the chair. We see her jumble of memories in reverse order, as usual, and when she rises back up, she asks if she fell asleep. When he returns the appropriate response, however, she gives him a palm heel to the chin, knocking him out, before asking, "Shall I go now?" If you mean in the "You go, girl" sense, I'd say definitely yes.
It's now night, and Perrin and Cindy are just now going over the files, like, what could he have been doing all day that he's just getting to this, his number-one priority? It's irritating when shows ignore any timeline logic just to pace their different storylines the way they want them. Anyway, the files apparently describe what the Dollhouse does, and it's not a surprise to Perrin, because the kind of memory technology involved is apparently what he wanted Rossum to use to help his mother. Now, this could actually go somewhere interesting, but for now, Perrin teases us by saying they've been given a name. Perhaps several days from now, or whenever the next episode begins in the Dollverse, they'll actually discuss contacting said name. See you next time, Alexis!
Echo gets into a car in the parking garage on the passenger side and tentatively asks, "Go, please?" When that doesn't work, however, she slides over into the driver's seat and seems to figure out how to operate the thing. So... is the idea that her mind's been wiped, but her instincts are pulling her along to her baby? That is reaaaally tenuous. Not to mention the fact that if it takes her that long to figure out the brakes, it is going to lead to a pile-up that will make me want not to take my car out for a week.