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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Will gets a warning
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After the events in Moscow Sydney manages to escape in spectacular fashion. Once back in LA she gets two new missions; SD-6 send her to retrieve a Rambaldi manuscript and later the CIA task her with placing a bug in Sloane's home office and stealing page forty seven of the manuscript from his safe. These aren't the most important parts of the story though; Sloane has determined that Will Tippin's investigations have got him dangerously close to exposing SD-6 and as such he must be eliminated; Jack believes he can be dissuaded by other means and sets about kidnapping Will then suggesting that he is endangering his family and friends, including Sydney. At this point Will has to decide what is most important to him; a story or his loved ones? After stealing page forty seven for the CIA they treat it with the liquid in the vial acquired in 'The Box - part two' and expose a picture; a picture which bears a remarkable similarity to somebody we know!

This episode was pretty good; it might not have had explosive action but Sydney got in a couple of exciting fights and the scenes where she stole the document in Sloane's house were pretty tense. The scene where Will was persuaded to drop his story were more tense though; and while it looks as if he is safe now one can never be too sure; after all he has heard the name SD-6. Bradley Cooper did a good job as Will; looking genuinely conflicted when he tells David McNeil that he is going to drop the story. Ron Rifkin continues to impress as the villainous Sloane; this time we see another side to his character when we see him at home with his terminally ill wife Emily. The episode ends on a potential bombshell; I look forward to seeing just what it means in later episodes.


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