Sydney and Jack warn a disbelieving Vaughn about their suspicions of Lauren being the CIA mole. Meanwhile, Kazari Bomani and Sark take possession of the Rambaldi machine as part of their ... See full summary »

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Sydney and Jack warn a disbelieving Vaughn about their suspicions of Lauren being the CIA mole. Meanwhile, Kazari Bomani and Sark take possession of the Rambaldi machine as part of their greater master plan. Sydney and Vaughn must stop a Covenant virus that's crippling medical facilities around the world. Sloane's secret of being Sydney's biological father is revealed to Jack, and Bomani begins to lose faith in Lauren's ability to carry out her Covenant missions. Written by Anonymous

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When Marshall demonstrates the messaging function of Sydney's glasses he presses a button in the left temple. When Sydney later sends the message she presses the right temple. See more »

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Marshall Flinkman: [to Sydney and Vaughn] Don't worry because lucky for you, I kind of have a name in the hacker community myself...
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Marshall Flinkman: 'black kitty'.
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The Passenger
19 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

This episode has so much happening, there's barely a slow moment: a computer virus targeting mostly medical facilities is unleashed, and Sydney & Vaughn are sent to Berlin to locate the hacker who designed it and find out how to stop it; Sark and Bomani put Rambaldi's machine "The Telling" into action, and it delivers a message; Lauren resorts to desperate measures to prove her usefulness to the Covenant; Sydney and Jack try to convince Vaughn that his wife's behavior is suspect and that he should be more responsive to her signs of betrayal; and Sloane asks Jack to prove the existence of a super-secret organization operating inside the US government, called "The Trust", which may be Sloane's only chance to prove that his "reforming" was true and stop his execution by the CIA. Intricately plotted, tensely directed and perfectly acted, "Unveiled" may not be quite as revealing as the title promises, but it's an above-average episode - and Sydney gets a fight scene after a long time. Even Vaughn's "goth" makeover (for the Berlin trip) is convincing! *** out of 4.


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