Alias (2001–2006)
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Jack's decision to sabotage Sydney's last mission while pinning it on Irina not only brings him closer to his daughter - it sends his ex-wife to death row. But his foolproof plan begins to ... See full summary »

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Jack's decision to sabotage Sydney's last mission while pinning it on Irina not only brings him closer to his daughter - it sends his ex-wife to death row. But his foolproof plan begins to unravel when Vaughn begins to put the pieces together - and Sydney makes a startling discovery about her childhood. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

The block puzzle Sydney discovers would later be featured on J.J. Abrams' other show Fringe. See more »

Goofs

Agent Sydney Bristow goes to Buenos Aires, Argentina, seeking a former KGB psychologist. The footage shows a villa surrounded by low hills, which Buenos Aires doesn't have. The whole city of Buenos Aires is a plain terrain. See more »

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Will Tippin: When I was in sixth grade, I was sort of anonymous. You know, you had the smart kid, and the funny kid, and the good athlete. And I was just Will.
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Project Christmas
21 October 2009 | by See all my reviews

Sydney's latest mission takes her to Budapest, where she discovers that a criminal organization named The Triad is training young children in espionage, resets their memories, sends them back to their homes and plans to contact them later to make them full-blown spies. Meanwhile, Vaughn figures out what Jack did to frame Irina, and the presence in Sloane's life of an unknown person who seems to know what he did with Emily becomes more and more disturbing. Nothing great in action terms (apart from a very intense public execution sequence at the start), but this is one of the most revealing episodes so far, clearing up a very intriguing mystery set up by an Irina line to Jack in a previous episode: "You still haven't told her what you did to her after I disappeared, have you?". These revelations put the whole series in a different context. The Jack-Vaughn scenes are particularly well played and written in this episode. *** out of 4.


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