Alias: Season 1, Episode 15

Page 47 (3 Mar. 2002)

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After escaping a near accident in Moscow after getting a tip about "The Man" from K-Directorate, Sydney must go with Dixon to snatch the Rambaldi book stolen in Argentina on the coasts of ... See full summary »

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After escaping a near accident in Moscow after getting a tip about "The Man" from K-Directorate, Sydney must go with Dixon to snatch the Rambaldi book stolen in Argentina on the coasts of Tunisia. Will Tippin is forced by some mystery men to abandon his investigation about SD-6. Sydney is invited to Sloane's house, with Jack and Will, but must do a secret mission for Michael about a special "page" which might shock her... Written by RealLiveClaude

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Arvin Sloane: [watching a video of Will's visit to the prison] Lompoc prison, about two hours ago. The man talking to Tippin is David McNeil, software designer. About eight years ago, he created an encryption system that we wanted to acquire but he wouldn't sell. We don't have audio, but we got hold of the prison log. This is Tippin's third visit to McNeil in the last two weeks. You and I talked about Tippin some time ago. You convinced me that he was just a harmless metro reporter, far from a credible threat.
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Best ending so far
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SD-6 finds out that The Man is about to purchase the Rambaldi book that K-Directorate (Anna Espinosa, to be more specific) had grabbed from Sydney's hands in Argentina. Sydney is sent to Tunisia to steal the book back before the transfer takes place. She succeeds, but one of the pages - Page 47 - is blank. Sloane takes the book into his house and prepares to send it to Germany for further analysis. So the CIA asks Sydney to visit Sloane's house to see his ill wife Emily, plant a bug in his office, and replace the original blank page with a fake one. An outstanding episode that works on all levels: Sydney's first mission (she fights in a bikini again - hooray!), Sydney's second mission (her trying to switch the pages inside Sloane's office is a very suspenseful set piece), Will's side plot (Sloane is determined to have him killed if Jack doesn't convince him, by any (violent) means necessary, to drop the SD-6 investigation), and, above all, the mind-bending final revelation that shows again (after the possibly 500-year-old clockmaker in "Time Will Tell") that this series is not afraid of experimenting with other genres beyond "spy thriller". *** out of 4 for most of the episode, but the ending pushes it to ***1/2.


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