Alias: Season 3, Episode 3

Reunion (12 Oct. 2003)

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Sydney and Vaughn are reunited again as a team to prevent Sark, now a head leader of the Covenant, from destroying the nation's satellite communications system. Meanwhile, Jack must find a ... See full summary »

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Sydney and Vaughn are reunited again as a team to prevent Sark, now a head leader of the Covenant, from destroying the nation's satellite communications system. Meanwhile, Jack must find a way to stop Marshall from uncovering the identity of a murderer suspect whom is Sydney. Also, Sydney accompanies Vaughn and his wife, Lauren, as they meet with Sloane to ask for a favor. Written by Anonymous

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Marshall mispronounces the words "Bayesian" and "eigenvalue" while discussing image enhancement of the murder video. The correct pronunciation would be familiar to anyone knowledgeable about mathematics. See more »

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Marshall give Sydney a CD of songs and as he explains this gift to her, she opens the case, then opens it again in the next shot. See more »

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Lauren Reed: The risks you are describing have already been factored into our analysis. And as for SD-6, the Alliance doesn't exist anymore...
Sydney Bristow: Well, the only reason that SD-6 and the Alliance broke down is because Arvin Sloane, a man the White House pardoned by the way, wanted them to! So do me a favor and don't revise history that I lived through!
Michael Vaughn: All right, enough! Sark was an inch away from initiating a nuclear exchange, and that was only Phase One. Capturing Sark, while it might put a smile on my face, ...
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Decent episode if slightly flawed
15 November 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Things are a bit more straight forward in this episode... at least for an episode of Alias. Sydney must find out why The Covenant has caused a satellite to fall out of orbit and crash in to Gorky Park in Moscow. After observing a meeting with Sark it is discovered that he is planning to steal a Russian satellite defence system. Sydney is tasked to steal it first on a mission which requires her to work with Vaughn for the first time since her return. Meanwhile Jack must find away to prevent Marshall from enhancing a picture which shows Sydney murdering somebody.

The action was fairly exciting and it was nice to see Weiss trying to help Sydney feel normal again. Sadly the story was let down slightly when the picture was quite obviously Sydney even when it wasn't fully enhanced... still one doesn't really watch Alias for realism.


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