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 ... See full summary »

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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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Jack picks up both the pot and his cup to pour himself tea. After a cut the cup is back on the table. See more »

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Jack Bristow: Mr. Vaughn, you're young and you're eager, and I understand that. But one thing you're not, and this is something only time can provide really, is wise.
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A strong episode of the first season
15 September 2007 | by (England) – See all my reviews

"Color Blind" is a gripping installment from the first season with Sydney trapped in a Bucharest asylum that resembles a set from "Hostel". There's a sense of hopelessness as time and time again, Bristow's hopes for escape are extinguished. Has Sydney finally met her end at the hands of the evil K-Directorate?

John Hannah appears as Martin Shepard, a man whose fate is closely linked with that of Sydney herself. Hannah, not surprisingly, delivers a thoroughly top-notch performance.

Superb television - stylish, thrilling, scary and dramatic...this is excellent entertainment.

9 out of 10.


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