When a young CIA agent dies, suspicion immediately falls on her parter and lover, agent Jim Lennox. But after Sydney rescues Lennox for captivity, She trikes up an instant connection as they discover shared wounds - realizing They've both lost someone they love to the job. Yet even her judgment is thrown when Vaughn and Jack discover that Lennox was pursing a technology that allows people to change their appearance. Now Sydney must ask herself: is this the real Jim Lennox - or is his double? Written by
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When the the agent's body is dumped in the street of Berlin, the initial shot is panning out from a sign that reads Berliner U(-bahnhof). There is no such station - the closest in name is Berliner Straße on the U7 line, which would be at most abbreviated to Berliner Str. See more
C.I.A. Agent James L. Lennox
Emma used to say that she had spent so much of her life pretending to be other people that she was afraid she might disappear. And I have been sitting here trying to remember all her aliases and you're right. It's hard to keep track.
I lost my fiance last year and I know we're trained to compartmentalize things that hurt too much but I still haven't been able to do that. As hard as it is, I would rather feel it than to not feel anything.
"Moving in Stereo'
Written by The Cars
and Greg Hawkes
Performed by The Cars
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