Alias: Season 3, Episode 18

Unveiled (11 Apr. 2004)

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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 ... 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 Sydney and Vaughn search the house of Dr. Viadro, Vaughn goes upstairs and Sydney continues to search the ground floor. Behind Sydney through the window someone else (presumably Michael Vaughn) can be seen shortly. This happens before the order of Rimbaldi arrives, so Sydney should have been alone on that floor. See more »

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Lauren Reed: [on the phone] What else did Bomani tell you? Did he instruct you in the quietest way to murder me?
Julian Sark: Absolutely not.
Lauren Reed: You pathetic little errand boy. Tell Bomani he'll get proof of my worth the next time he sees me, when I deliver the Passenger.
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Nearly caught
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Although the CIA seems to believe that Lauren is innocent Sydney isn't so sure, unfortunately Vaughn puts this distrust down to jealousy on her part even after Sydney thinks she saw Lauren in a German night club where the man they were meeting was assassinated. The man had been involved in the creation of a computer virus that was designed to trawl through medically databases to find the DNA of The Passenger. While Lauren's attempt to stop the CIA finding what the Covenant was looking for failed she was able to steal the data back and gets a jump on the CIA. She gets to the Passenger's doctor shortly before Sydney and Vaughn and extracts her name from him and escapes. The doctor takes one look at Sydney and believes she is the woman prophesied to kill the Passenger so draws a gun, to protect her Vaughn shots him meaning they don't learn the Passenger's name. Not everything is going well for Lauren though, after her initial failure Bomani wants her killed and has ordered Sark to Dispatch her.

This was a gripping episode where it constantly looked as if Lauren would finally be exposed as a traitor only to get out of her predicament at the last moment, Melissa George does well in the role making Lauren devious one moment and apparently innocent the next. The secondary story where Sloane gets Jack to investigate a group within the government known as The Trust was also interesting, especially given what Jack did with the information he learnt. There are some good action scenes, best of which featured Sydney defeating a mace-wielding goon with a tray.


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