On his own and desperate to find out more about his supposedly-dead father, Vaughn is pressured into a rogue operation for an unknown organization in exchange for information on the ... See full summary »

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On his own and desperate to find out more about his supposedly-dead father, Vaughn is pressured into a rogue operation for an unknown organization in exchange for information on the whereabouts of his father. He gains more than he bargained for in the deal. Meanwhile, Nadia is meeting with her aunt, Katya Derevko, in order to learn more about her mother, but Sydney doesn't trust Katya's motives. Written by LustreOne

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When Vaughn sends Sydney a text message after he goes rogue, we see he is listed in Sydney's phone as "Vaughnzee". See more »

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Eric Weiss: Uhhh... You heard from Vaughn?
Sydney Bristow: [shakes head] Not yet.
Eric Weiss: Gotta be tough on him right? Going to see his uncle and all you can do is watch him die. Nothing you can do about it.
Sydney Bristow: Yeah...
Eric Weiss: My mom used to do stuff like that.
Sydney Bristow: Like what?
Eric Weiss: Scrub the sink; when she was worried about stuff that was out of her control.
Sydney Bristow: I like a clean sink.
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Great beginning & ending....and the middle is not bad, either
14 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

"Alias" has had A LOT of "What the hell?" episode endings so far, but the one of "Pandora" may just top them all. Something similar has happened before, even in this series, but there is a surreal quality about this particular scene that makes it stand out. The opening scene is quite a shocker as well. As for the rest? "The world is never black or white", a returning Katya Derevko says at one point. "No one is a single thing", Sloane says at another. That's the theme of this episode: the mystery surrounding several characters' "true" selves, but here in particular Sydney's mother and Vaughn's father. Vaughn himself takes a walk on the wild side, as his desperation to find out the truth about his father leads him to participate in a daring heist for a Rambaldi manuscript, transported and guarded by the CIA! It's fun to see the underrated and beautiful Izabella Scorupco ("GoldenEye") as one of his new "accomplices". One thing I have reservations about is how easily Sydney seemed to forgive Katya for a) trying to shoot her in the head, b) stabbing Vaughn in the back, when she was apparently working for the Covenant. Maybe they'll deal more with that later. *** out of 4.


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