Alias: Season 1, Episode 19

Snowman (14 Apr. 2002)

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While Vaughn goes to Colombia to get information about a possible killer called Snowman, who attempted to kill Kasinov, Sydney and Noah go to Cape Town to get data on some bank transfers "... See full summary »

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While Vaughn goes to Colombia to get information about a possible killer called Snowman, who attempted to kill Kasinov, Sydney and Noah go to Cape Town to get data on some bank transfers "the Man" made for its activities. Back at SD-6, Sloane investigates Noah, finding some other suspicious activities... Finally, Sydney gets a clue to find out where her mother is, and gets to Australia where she is in for a surprise... Written by RealLiveClaude

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Sydney Bristow: You're not really going to Banku, are you?
SD-6 Agent Noah Hicks: No. Tuvalu. It's an island in the South Pacific. I, uh, talked to my contact. He says now's my window. I'm leaving tonight and we could go together.
Sydney Bristow: Sometimes, all I want to do is disappear. Just let all this go. And just start over again.
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Killing is his job... he likes his job
12 March 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After a night of passion with Noah Hicks Sydney flees with him as their hiding place is found; to escape they must be picked up by an aircraft while riding a motorbike! Once back the item they recovered is analysed and information on it proves that not only is Sydney's mother alive; so is the FBI agent who allegedly died in the crash... he was KGB as well! In order to find his whereabouts Sydney and Noah break into a warehouse and copy the data on a computer. When they get back it looks as if the mission had been a waste of time as something had deleted the data they had transferred to Noah's laptop. It looks as if Noah won't be there long as he requests another undercover posting; this is only a ruse to get away though; he tells Sydney he is planning to retire to Tuvalu and he'd be happy if she could join him. It later transpires that Marshall managed to work his magic and recover the data from the laptop. The ex-FBI man is now in Australia so Sydney is sent hoping to find a lead to both Khasinau and her mother; there is a problem though; a freelance hit man known as The Snowman is also going there and inevitably he and Sydney will have to do battle.

This episode had a spectacular start with an escape that wouldn't have been out of place in a James Bond movie. Once back in LA things slow down a bit; Will and Francie confront Sydney about the ticket to Italy but she has a plausible explanation; hopefully that will put an end to them constantly going on about her job. It is a pity that we won't be seeing any more of Noah Hick as Peter Berg but in a good performance; at least he got to go out in a spectacular fashion. It was good to learn more about Sydney's mother and what she says on the recording explains exactly why Jack doesn't want Sydney to have anything to do with her; no doubt she will soon enough though.


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