Alias: Season 3, Episode 13

After Six (15 Feb. 2004)

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Sydney and Vaughn are sent to retrieve the Doleac Agenda to gain an advantage over The Covenant. For this, Sydney and Weiss must convince rogue security systems designer Toni Cummings to ... See full summary »

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Sydney and Vaughn are sent to retrieve the Doleac Agenda to gain an advantage over The Covenant. For this, Sydney and Weiss must convince rogue security systems designer Toni Cummings to help the CIA break into a Lethal Response System. Meanwhile, Sark approaches an unlikely ally, that of Lauren Reed, to kill the Covenant's six cell leaders in order to take control of Covenant for themselves at the behest of the a senior leader, the rouge agent McKennis Cole. Written by Anonymous

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Toni Cummings: And how do two South African rock wranglers hear about Chamonix?
Sydney Bristow: The owner was a client.
Toni Cummings: Yeah, I outdid myself on that one. If you're interested in a job like that, those stones won't even cover the down payment. They barely cover this conversation.
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Very enjoyable
12 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

I was a little worried after the previous episode ("Crossings") that the "Lauren = double agent" story might feel a bit stale after the whole "Allison = Francie's double" plot that worked so well in season 2. "After Six" takes a step in the right direction by teaming her up with Sark (does this mean Allison is dead once and for all? What about her miraculous recoveries in the past?): Melissa George (who looks fantastic in her lingerie, by the way) and David Anders play well off each other - she demonstrates an almost Xenia Onatopp - ish pleasure in killing, and he actually admires her for that! These two make a twisted couple. I also liked the intercutting between the tension of the CIA mission and the comedy of Marshall and Carrie getting married in a rush minutes before she goes to the hospital to give birth to their baby....Marshall's facial expressions are very funny here. Sloane's scenes with the female CIA psychiatrist are strictly teasers (he talks about a secret, concerning him, Jack and Sydney, that has been a terrible burden on his life, without revealing what it is), but thanks to Ron Rifkin's superb acting, these scenes are far from a waste of time - in fact, they are among the strongest of this episode. Quentin Tarantino's brief appearance towards the end is the icing on the cake. *** out of 4.


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