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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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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The glass building Sydney and Jack are in for surgery, is also the same building/ hospital Grey's Anatomy uses. See more »

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Jack Bristow: She pled guilty to keep you from witnessing her trial, Sydney, from having you see photos of the agents she savagely murdered, including Vaughn's father. She knew if you sat through that, whatever sympathy she'd managed to elicit from you would vanish, so she cast herself as the victim to compel you to save her and guess what? You fell for it.
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one of the best episodes in the series
21 April 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

This review written 2015.

One of the unusual things that has happened in the last 13 years that episodic TV has in many cases become as good as or better than theatrical movies. This is a result not only of the rise in quality of product for TV but the decline in quality of full length movies.

That said, the review is simply that this episode is so good that in many ways it feels like a theatrical feature -- which, for the year, is a high compliment.

The key I think how many different arcs and threads are in motion at all times. This is nonstop entertainment, whether it is Will looking for a job, or the mommy/daddy issues Sydney must endure, or the mysterious virus, or (my fave) whether the Amy Irving character is still alive.

Great episode.


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