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Jack Bristow (Character)
from "Alias" (2001)

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Jack Bristow, a longtime agent of the CIA and double officer with SD-6... See more »
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Agent Jack Bristow


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  1. "Alias"
        - All the Time in the World (2006) TV episode, Played by Victor Garber
        - Reprisal (2006) TV episode, Played by Victor Garber
        - No Hard Feelings (2006) TV episode, Played by Victor Garber
        - I See Dead People (2006) TV episode, Played by Victor Garber
        - 30 Seconds (2006) TV episode, Played by Victor Garber
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  1. Alias (2004) (VG) Played by Victor Garber (as Agent Jack Bristow)

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From "Alias: Tuesday (#4.13)" (2005)
Marshall Flinkman: [Marshall has accidentally shot a man; they need the man's eyes for a retinal scan. Marshall digs into one eye with a letter opener] Oh god. It's oozing. It's oozing everywhere, sir.
Jack Bristow: [via cell phone] That means you've ruptured the macula. The eye is useless, abandon it. Approach the second one gently, like a soft-boiled egg. You're going to need a digging instrument to assist with this.
Marshall Flinkman: [looks in a drawer] I've got a spork.
Jack Bristow: [bewildered] What's a spork?
Marshall Flinkman: It's like a half-spoon... half-fork, will that do?
Jack Bristow: That will work.
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