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Alias: The Lost Episode (2002)

Sydney Bristow isn't your average grad student. She's a black ops CIA spy working double-duty as a double-agent, kicking asses and stealing secrets all over the world. All this while trying to maintain the normal life of a twenty-something.
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Francie
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James Reitz ...
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Dixon
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Sydney Bristow isn't your average grad student. She's a black ops CIA spy working double-duty as a double-agent, kicking asses and stealing secrets all over the world. All this while trying to maintain the normal life of a twenty-something. Written by Anonymous

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Alias (2001) creator J.J. Abrams saw the short and like it so much he mailed personal letters of praise to each member of our cast and crew See more »

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Features the same exact credit sequence as Alias except the cast names have changed and the creator's credit has been changed to "Loosley based on a series created by JJ Abrams". See more »

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Very good spoof, somewhat risqué
28 September 2007 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

My fiancée and I, both big fans of Alias, watched and enjoyed this short. It is a quite skillful send-up of the first season, hitting on pretty much all of the aspects of it. The plot is good enough, and, well, there actually is one. The writing in general is great... the dialog, the scenes, all of it. The humor is funny(viewers should note that there is a little sexual material, and one morbid bit... and a little toilet humor), the gags and jokes work well. Some of it is laugh-out-loud funny(and some of it is *really* random). They went for humor and coherence over run-time; coming in at about 15 minutes, this is neither too long nor too short - it doesn't overstay its welcome. The production values are high, as is the overall quality of this parody. The effects(in particular the visual ones) and sound are reasonably expertly done. The music was great, whether original or not, and it worked well. The actors are good and fairly well-chosen, both on resemblance and ability. One joke nails the original actor's (in)ability to cry. Vartan's mannerisms are fairly accurately recreated by W. Scott Russell. Others that do rather well include Barbara Fears and Efram Potelle, and Kyle Rankin does well in portraying the main character(and casting him, being a, well, guy, could be a statement on the physical appearance of Jennifer Garner). The fighting is nice, too, well-executed. I recommend this to any fan of Alias who can take a joke about it, and it can be watched by anyone who's seen at least the pilot(though watching more of the first season beforehand may make you appreciate it more). 8/10


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