Sydney and Vaughn must track Kazari Bomani down to get hold of a piece of the Rambaldi puzzle before the Covenant gets their hands on it. Meanwhile, Jack reveals his suspicions to Senator ... See full summary »

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Sydney and Vaughn must track Kazari Bomani down to get hold of a piece of the Rambaldi puzzle before the Covenant gets their hands on it. Meanwhile, Jack reveals his suspicions to Senator Reed about his daughter Lauren's allegiances, and Vaughn decides what to do about his marriage. Written by Anonymous

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When Jack is checking Lauren's E-mail account there are several e-mails from a Jason Delevan. Jason Delevan was a special technical adviser who was in charge of the on screen graphics and computer simulations on the show. See more »

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When Jack Bristow is checking up on Lauren Reed's computer to reveal the mole, he opens her in-box. A message in her in-box says: "Available new photos Alias EP.15" See more »

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Jack Bristow: All I have is a paper trail. Not definitive proof but the beginning of what Director Dixon and I believe to be a strong case for the existence of a mole.
Senator Reed: Other than Sloane.
Jack Bristow: Or instead of him. At this point, that is unclear.
Senator Reed: Is it that hard to identify a traitor? Honestly, sometimes I think you people just get too close.
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Suite No 1 in G Major Bwv 1007 Menuet
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18 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It looks as if Lauren's cover has has been blown when Jack investigates her activities and discovers that she has been in various unauthorised locations at the same time as the Covenant have been active there. When the Covenant finds out they come up with a solution which should both clear her and strengthen her faltering marriage; she just has to kill her father, a senator, and let people think she was working at his behest on what she thought was a secret government agent. While Lauren is busy covering her tracks Sydney and Vaughn are searching for the keys which open the Rambaldi box, this involves shoot outs in an embassy and diving to the undersea vault where the keys were hidden.

The action was exciting as always and it is nice to see the Covenant appear to be coming out on top for a change; even though we know that this is just raising the stakes to make their ultimate defeat all the more satisfying. While Sydney's story had most of the action Lauren's was more interesting as it looked as if she was about to lose her husband and get exposed as a traitor unless she kills her father and ruins his reputation; when the moment of truth arrives it turns out she has a surprising ally.


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