On her first mission as a double agent, Sydney is sent to Moscow to retrieve some stolen files about nuclear bomb. Meanwhile, Will continues to grow obsessed with Danny's death and starts ... See full summary »

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On her first mission as a double agent, Sydney is sent to Moscow to retrieve some stolen files about nuclear bomb. Meanwhile, Will continues to grow obsessed with Danny's death and starts his own investigation even though Sydney asked him not to. Written by evamatijevic

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J.J. Abrams: voice on phone saying "Joey's Pizza?". See more »

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When posing as a waitress in the Russian hotel, Syd's wig changes from covering her whole ears (which should be right, as she's wearing earplugs), to half-covering to not covering at all, from scene to scene. See more »

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Sydney Bristow: I lost my mind a little. I started imagining things.
Will Tippin: Whatever the hell you're talking about, maybe you're not imagining it. Syd, this is what I do. I might be able to find something that the police overlooked!
Sydney Bristow: Stop it! Please. I'm trying to move on here. I need your help to do that. Okay?
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Referenced in Cloverfield (2008) See more »

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This Woman's Work
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Written by Kate Bush
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More thrills from J.J. Abrams
1 September 2007 | by (England) – See all my reviews

J.J. Abrams and director Ken Olin deliver a strong episode set a week later than the first, with the action based in the US and Moscow. This is real escapist fun and every penny of the high budget shines on screen.

The cast of "Alias" is excellent and a pleasure to watch. Garner is a great lead, ably supported by the good and bad guys.

It has to be said, Kevin Weisman is superb as SD-6's equivalent of "Q", the highly amusing and super-intelligent Marshall Flinkman. Flinkman is a genuinely likable character, a good guy in the murky world of SD-6.

The soundtrack contains tracks from Roland Gift and the one-and-only Kate Bush.

9 out of 10.


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