Past demons revisit all the characters as Sloane becomes confused and desperate over clues that his wife may not be dead. At the same time, Will meets a woman who claims to know the truth ... See full summary »

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Past demons revisit all the characters as Sloane becomes confused and desperate over clues that his wife may not be dead. At the same time, Will meets a woman who claims to know the truth about SD-6. And Jack tries to convince Sydney that Irina is setting the stage to betray them and will go to any lengths to prove it. Written by Anonymous

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Dixon says that the water will freeze over in four seconds if the ice breaks. If it is cold enough to do that, the ice would also be so thick that it would not be broken by the gunshots as demonstrated at the end of episode 2.3 (by Sark) and beginning of episode 2.4 (by Sydney). See more »

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Jack Bristow: You asked me what I was afraid of. I can tell you, it's obvious. I'm afraid of losing my daughter.
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