After she and Shepard escape from the asylum in Romania, Sydney discovers his connection with her past. Sloane and Alliance representative Alain Christophe come to conclusion that SD-6 has mole(s) and they start a search.

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Trapped in the asylum in Romania that is run by the Russian spy group K-Directorate, the captive Sydney makes contact with Mark Shephard to get the information from him so K-Directorate agent Kreshnik can use. But Sydney manages to escape with Shephard, only to learn that he was the assassin that was sent to kill Danny. Back in Los Angeles, Will continues to grow obsessed with Danny's murder when Eloise Kurtz is also founded murdered. Jack has a major argument with Vaughn over Sydney's well being and her precarious predicament. On Thanksgiving Day, Francine's boyfriend proposes marriage and she accepts. Written by Anonymous

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While trying to explain to Sydney that he was not a Soviet spy, Jack says: "It was the height of the Cold War. After they caught Boyce and Lee in '77 everybody was under suspicion." Christopher John Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee were a real life Soviet spies. See more »

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Jenny says she would have brought wine to the Thanksgiving dinner, but 'got carded' (asked for ID, meaning she is not old enough to buy alcohol), and that's why she brought cider, something which she would not be able to buy either. See more »

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Sydney Bristow: The irony is they never lied to me about what would happen if I told someone. It was the one thing they said that turned out to be true. Now I'm a double agent for the C.I.A. and I will be until SD-6 is gone.
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The assassin always "dies", it's necessary for a good lie
12 June 2016 | by (Belgrade, Serbia) – See all my reviews

I hate writing reviews for the episodes that I didn't like. Even if it got 6 stars (just like the previous one) and even if I gave all the possible compliments to the last one, those two are uncomparable. I guess I expected more.

"Color Blind" feels not like a stand-alone episode but a sequel of a last week's one. It seems like they are apologizing for all numerous missions they gave in past few episodes, so they needlessly prolonged this one into two episodes. Add +30 more minutes and you get a 6 stars rated movie.

Asylum storyline is far better now. The fighting scenes are very good and it's less predictable. The whole thing is revolving around Martin Shepard and I'm kind glad. He is this fresh new character that will not stay until the end of the show (nor he will be killed) but his impact is still the same. Two stars from my grade are only for him. I'm happy that the sky is finally blue.

Oh, and speaking of Thanksgiving dinner maybe it's just me but doesn't it seem a little bit too much? I mean, she just escaped the mad house where literally everyone tried to kill her or something worse. But again, I do understand why they did it, considering that Sydney needs this kind of warmth in her life. Sure, things will sooner or later go out of control again, but these things are what carries the plot on a spiritual level.


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