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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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At the beginning of episode #2.4 "Dead Drop," while Sydney is underwater, her white head band floats off her head while she is pulling a gun from a bad guy, but in the next shot, it is firmly on her head again. See more »

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Rebecca Martinez: Will Tippin shouldn't be a problem. I gave him a number of opportunities, all recorded on audio files, to restart his SD-6 investigation. Tippin never took the bait.
Arvin Sloane: Has Security Section seen that?
Rebecca Martinez: Yes, and they're classifying Tippin as a non-threat.
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2 April 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

This review written from the far future (2015 to be precise).

Looking back on this ground-breaking series, we now know that one of the trademarks for which JJ Abrams is known is his willingness to burn a formula to the ground if he thinks he can rebuild it and make it better. And by better I mean more interesting to the audience.

Season 1 was fun but (no hate mail) flawed. It was sort of a Mission Impossible riff and most of the tension therefore was leveraged off the same characters and the same situations from week to week.

What I like about Season 2 is that even this early in the season JJ and his team have clearly identified the weak spots and have raised the bar.

Much of this new suspense (the second arc) comes from a stunning portrayal by Lena Olin. Olin was almost 50 when this was filmed yet somehow manages to hold the camera and the viewer entirely with facial expressions (headshots) filmed in a dark prison cell. That, my friend, is acting. The real McCoy.


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