Alias: Season 2, Episode 6

Salvation (10 Nov. 2002)

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Sydney's fury at Jack's present betrayal and past sins leads her father to a desperate act to prove his love for her. Meanwhile, Vaughn - after enlisting Will in a seemingly benign CIA ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marcus Dixon (credit only)
Julian Sark (credit only)
Irina Derevko (credit only)
Stephen Markle ...
Senator Douglas
Austin Tichenor ...
Dr. Nicholas
Jan Spinnaker


Sydney's fury at Jack's present betrayal and past sins leads her father to a desperate act to prove his love for her. Meanwhile, Vaughn - after enlisting Will in a seemingly benign CIA request - learns that a mission He and Sydney engaged in could have disastrous consequences for their health. Written by Anonymous

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Sydney Bristow: You know any jokes? Cause I could use one.
Michael Vaughn: This grasshopper walks into a bar and the bartender says: "Hey, we have a drink named after you." And the grasshopper says...
Sydney Bristow: You have a drink named Doug?
Michael Vaughn: Well I was going to use Phil.
Sydney Bristow: [big smile] Phil is certainly no funnier than Doug.
Michael Vaughn: [big smile] Well, I'm sorry. It's a non-humorous joke.
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Confessions and lies
22 March 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Having learnt that her father framed her mother for the explosion in Madagascar Sydney has to decide what to do with the information; if she tells the CIA her father is likely to go to prison but if she doesn't her mother will be killed. It has certainly soured the relationship between the two of them although they manage to hide that while on an SD-6 mission to retrieve data on a virus Sark is believed to be developing. They aren't the only people having difficulties; Sloane is getting more and more convinced that his wife might still be alive; he even thinks he has seen her in the street; at this point it is hard to tell whether he really saw her or whether we were shown what he thought he saw.

While there were some great action scenes in the instalment it is primarily a character driven episode; Jenifer Garner and Victor Garber put in fine performances as Sydney and Jack although I think the top performance this week, as so often, came from Ron Rifkin; it is the first time we have really seen Sloane in a position where he wasn't in control and he actually looked frail when he thought he saw his wife in the street. The story with Jack and Sydney was well handled and I enjoyed the resolution... it was nice to see Sydney break the rules for a change!

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