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Anna Espinosa (Character)
from "Alias" (2001)

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  1. "Alias"
        - I See Dead People (2006) TV episode, Played by Jennifer Garner
        - 30 Seconds (2006) TV episode, Played by Jennifer Garner
        - There's Only One Sydney Bristow (2006) TV episode, Played by Gina Torres
        - A Man of His Word (2005) TV episode, Played by Gina Torres
        - Echoes (2005) TV episode, Played by Gina Torres
          (3 more)
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  1. "Alias"
        - Q & A (2002) TV episode, Played by Gina Torres

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From "Alias: I See Dead People (#5.14)" (2006)
Michael Vaughn: [to Sydney's double] Who are you?
Anna Espinosa: It's a pity, you'll never know.
[She pulls the trigger on her gun pointed at Vaughn, it clicks, but there is no ammo. Vaughn holds up the clip and shakes it]
Michael Vaughn: Sydney and I never went to Cartagena.
[They fight, Vaughn pins her to the desk]
Michael Vaughn: And just for the record, you're a terrible kisser.
Anna Espinosa: I always said Sydney was too good for you.
[They continue to fight; eventually Anna finds another gun and points it at Vaughn]
Anna Espinosa: Let's see if this ones' loaded.
[We hear gunshots, then we see that Anna as Sydney has a bullet hole in her head. The real Sydney is standing behind her with her own gun]
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