Sydney's cover in SD-6 is put in danger after smuggling a wrong biotech engineer into SD-6 from her mission in Berlin. Meanwhile, Will's investigation into Danny's murder leads him to a ... See full summary »

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Sydney's cover in SD-6 is put in danger after smuggling a wrong biotech engineer into SD-6 from her mission in Berlin. Meanwhile, Will's investigation into Danny's murder leads him to a woman named Kate Jones, who may have information about the killing. Sydney's starts to doubt where her father's true allegiances lie. Written by evamatijevic

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Title sequence doesn't appear until 11:50 into the program. See more »

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When Sydney steals the ambulance, the original driver is visible through the passenger side window. As Sydney pulls away, the driver remains visible while the van moves off frame. Instead of Garner driving the vehicle out of the shot, the camera crew just rolled right to get the appearance of the van taking off and the foley artists inserted a peal-out sound. See more »

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Marshall Flinkman: This transmitter will override the CPU and make the network think that you are the sys admin - the system administrator.
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Scary Night
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By Luther Russell
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This was an kick-you-in-the-crotch, spit-on-your-neck fantastic episode
8 June 2016 | by (Belgrade, Serbia) – See all my reviews

For its first four episodes, Alias did a fair job with its plot, story- telling, characters and so many other things that make one show good. It's a well-known formula that very few get wrong. Yet, somehow, this episode was so bad I wanted to cry. Don't get me wrong (and this may be confusing) : every part of the episode was great, but when all of them put together? Not so much.

Last episode's cliffhanger is quickly resolved, another mission was given and then another one after that. Put a little bit of real-life drama in it and mix it with a pinch of Sloane's suspicion and you get your weekly Alias episode that we all love and admire. Then, what went wrong? There is a lot of action in it and a lot of great lines. That ending was amazing (I wouldn't really call it a cliffhanger considering that we got some sort of a conclusion). Plus, it's really nice (i guess?) to see that ABC had that much faith in the show and weren't afraid to give them a great budget to work with. Know when I think of it, only minus in this (and the last four episodes) is Cooper's Tippin. He (Tippin, not Bradley) is just so annoying, like a bee that flies around you so it could sting you and die. And I am not sure if the character of Kate Jones was supposed to be unconvincing but that is what she was.

I guess some things are not made to work and it looks like I am the only one that didn't like it. May the next one be better because this is not "Alias" that I am used to.


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