Sydney and Vaughn go undercover to track down a deadly new bio-weapon. Meanwhile, Sydney is concerned about Vaughn not having yet put Lauren behind, and Nadia turns to a Jack to ask for his... See full summary »

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Sydney and Vaughn go undercover to track down a deadly new bio-weapon. Meanwhile, Sydney is concerned about Vaughn not having yet put Lauren behind, and Nadia turns to a Jack to ask for his help in finding out the truth about her mother's murder, who tries to throw Nadia away from the evidence pointing to him. Written by Anonymous

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This episode averaged 14.00 million viewers. Richard Speight Jr. previously co-starred in The Agency, another series about CIA agents. He played Lex, a geeky, somewhat Marshall-ish character. See more »

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When Jack shows Nadia the picture of Irina holding her niece as a baby, the picture originally shows Irina holding her in her left arm, in the next shot it shows her holding her in the right arm, and then switches back to the left See more »

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Michael Vaughn: [Dixon punches Vaughn] Come on man, it's gotta look real. Do it again.
Marcus Dixon: Vaughn, I hit you.
Michael Vaughn: Yeah, like a girl. Just hit me again. Come on!
[Dixon punches Vaughn again]
Michael Vaughn: [winces and smiles] One more time, you can do better than that, come on; one more time.
[Dixon punches him again]
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Please do research on accents
25 January 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I can't believe the stupid mistake made in this episode, the nurse (McClaine) who is clearly Scottish and speaks with a Scottish accent is supposed to be the sister of the IRISH guy, who clearly speaks with an Irish accent . Then someone comments that she used to be a member of the IRA, since when have Scottish people ever been members of the Irish Republican Army? I then see from Google that they are both genuine, she was born on Glasgow Scotland and he was born in Belfast Ireland DUH! Is this as I expect, that Americans can't tell the difference between the two accents? If that's the case I would have thought that the directors and /or the casting directors would know the difference. If there was a reason for this and it was not a mistake will someone please let me know what the reason was. Thanks


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