Alias: Season 3, Episode 5

Repercussions (26 Oct. 2003)

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While Vaughn's life hangs in the balance, Lauren butts heads with Sydney after learning the part she played in his stabbing. Meanwhile, Sydney further questions Sloane's allegiances after ... See full summary »

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While Vaughn's life hangs in the balance, Lauren butts heads with Sydney after learning the part she played in his stabbing. Meanwhile, Sydney further questions Sloane's allegiances after he is kidnapped by Kazari Bomani, a kingpin in The Covenant. Jack's cover is jeopardized when he meets with Simon to dig up information on Sydney's missing two years. Also, Marshall is sent on his second mission with Sydney, posing as a high-stakes, southern-accented gambler. Written by Anonymous

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When Sydney and Lauren are paged at the hospital, the code on their pagers is 47911. 47 is a recurring theme in this, and other J.J. Abrams series, and is a prime number. See more »

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When Sark shows Simon the briefcase full of cash (payment for the job) several bills on the tops of stacks flap in the wind, obviously revealing the blank paper underneath. See more »

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Lauren Reed: You've told Bomani you'd work for the Covenant?
Arvin Sloane: Yes. And now I'm telling you that I'm in the position to be a double agent. Working for the Covenant but loyal to the CIA... What is it, Sydney?
Sydney Bristow: [in disbelief] This is classic...
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Sydney & Lauren as a team and Sloane as a double agent!
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Sydney puts a tracking device on the wounded Vaughn so that the CIA can find and rescue him, and when Sark moves up the schedule of the exchange between Simon Walker's team and the Covenant the latter do get their hands on the biological weapon they wanted, which they use to release from prison a notorious arms dealer who wants revenge on Sloane for ratting on him. Meanwhile, Jack poses as a new client for Simon as part of his plan to arrest him and question him about "Julia". As you can probably see from the synopsis, this is a quite complex episode with several little plots running at once. There is a terrific car chase sequence with Sydney and Lauren doing some buddy-type teamwork, a strange Vaughn dream where it seems that he both desires and fears Sydney now, Justin Theroux makes an excellent creep, Jack proves to be a quick draw, Marshall gets to triumph at Black Jack and Sloane (who is almost functioning as this season's Irina - a person with a guilty past that may be useful to the CIA in bringing down persons with guilty presents) once again steals the show. I'd say that's more than enough for 42 minutes of television. *** out of 4.


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