Alias (2001–2006)
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Welcome to Liberty Village 

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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26 January 2005 (USA)  »

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The music playing in the car sales office is Honey Bunch by Karl Grell and is also used in most episodes of Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia See more »


Vaughn: It's part of their test.
Sydney: Which apparently we're failing.
Vaughn: Oh, come on that was ridiculous.
Sydney: What did they expect us to do; just drop and go at it on the floor?
Vaughn: If one more person calls us boring...
Sydney: He didn't call us boring, he called us cold...
Sydney: Who thinks we're boring?
Vaughn: Nobody... that's, that's not the point.
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References Lethal Weapon (1987) See more »


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OH.. I Like it Like This !

A community of lethal Rock Hudson & Doris Day kind of couples and in the same atmosphere of the American ideal suburbs from the 1950s' image yet acted and directed by Russian killers as a project to graduate more of them !. That was nice as well as original idea for that episode of Alias especially at this very phase when the makers of the show were ready to anything whereas the whole first half of season 4 was just a bunch of separate episodes , Then at the second half you'll have (Suddenly !) a connected storyline with a lot of the same old crap which literally destroyed everything wonderful about such a show : The long .. very long Rambaldi's device enigma odyssey , the too many gone too far twists in one personality , the boring must succeed mission in every episode ..etc !

However .. Everything here seemed to be cool, it got fair action and compact drama in short time. As for the main idea ..Before a few years the last days of (The X Files) got one rarely good episode about strange "perfect community" in one suburb with no mistakes or what so ever, here it's the vivid violent parody of it as funny anti-Utopian one. The details weren't that many but I loved the part of "Kill me to win my car !" as crazily sarcastic and very dynamic too.

You'll wish if only they made it all like this as unattached adventures to be like any other spying show (yet with a family of spies) for the sake of the fans who'll live some unforgettable moments of anger because a lot of silliness at the rest of season 4 and 5 also which came basically from that desire to be connected series with a cliffhanger every time. Actually the bitter truth that the hypothetical age of Alias' continuation was over at the end of season 2 when the incompetence became the fate and the dotage hit it early.

(Welcome to Liberty Village) is enjoyable like all of those separate ones ..So enjoy them all because it's surly & regrettably the last fine days of Alias.

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