Alias: Season 4, Episode 5

Welcome to Liberty Village (26 Jan. 2005)

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Sydney and Vaughn go undercover as an arms dealing married couple in a mock-up setting of American suburbia to find a stolen electro-magnetic pulse weapon that when detonated, could bring ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Yuri Korelka / Tom
Marina Avden / Diane
Alexei Vasilevich
Bill Johnson / Anatoly Sadova
Donna Johnson / Tatyana Sadova
Tammy Miller / Elena Vasya


Sydney and Vaughn go undercover as an arms dealing married couple in a mock-up setting of American suburbia to find a stolen electro-magnetic pulse weapon that when detonated, could bring back the Dark Ages. However, the neighborhood they've infiltrated is not as charming as it seems for the other "happy couples" of this American suburbia setting in Russia could spell trouble for them and their cover. Written by Anonymous

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Nadia Santos: We have bowling in Argentina, you know.
Eric Weiss: Yes, but you don't have like glow in the dark pins, you don't have all you can eat hot dogs after 10, or bad disco music pumping through the stereo. You know what, why am I still talking about this? Let's just do it. We're going bowling. Come on.
Nadia Santos: Really?
Eric Weiss: Yeah, yeah, come on, we're all going bowling.
Sydney: Now?
Eric Weiss: Yeah, there's a 24 bowling alley.
Vaughn: No, no, that's not the point.
Sydney: We have work tomorrow.
Eric Weiss: Guys, you don't have to analyze everything you do, you can just ...
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Everything is better with an exploding helicopter
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When a group of Russian ultra-nationalists known as the October Contingent gets its hands on an electromagnetic pulse weapon Sydney and Vaughn are sent to Moscow to infiltrate them by posing as two real Russians who are in German custody. When they get there they soon make contact with 'Tom' who is keen to hear that they can speak English without a Russian accent. Since they can obviously pass that test they are moved to the group's base of operations, a mock up of an American suburb that they have dubbed Liberty Village. When they arrive they are taken to their new house and introduced to their new 'neighbours'. The look and sound American but something isn't quite right; perhaps they are just a little too stereotypically American. After the house warming party Sydney goes jogging to get an idea of their new surroundings and Vaughn practices assembling the new pistol Tom gave him. The next day they are taken to buy a new car, the price isn't exactly usual though; they must fight two of their neighbours to the death to see who gets it! Whey they are getting to know the group the team back at APO have identified everybody there and Jack is working with a Russian contact to find a way to extract them should something go wrong… and it doers; the Germans broadcast that they are moving the two Russians Sydney and Vaughn were impersonating.

This was a fun episode but just because it contained a few laughs doesn't mean it wasn't action packed; it featured shoot-outs, fights and even an exploding helicopter! While the main story was wrapped up within the episode while Jack was dealing with his contact he came into information suggesting that the Russians are looking for Irina… perhaps she isn't dead after all and if she isn't I'm sure we'll be in for some interesting episodes in future.

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