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I See Dead People 

Visions trouble Sloane while he works for Prophet Five in deciphering the Rimbaldi Page 47 artifact. Meanwhile, a computer chip is found in the dead Renée's body leading Sydney to try to make contact with Vaughn.

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Kelly Peyton
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Thomas Grace
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Julian Sark
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Clerk (as Mark Bernier)
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In the aftermath of both Renee's and Nadia's murder, a vengeful Sydney becomes determined to find Sloan whom has abandoned his morals and joined Prophet Five in their search for Rimbaldi's great mystery. When a mysterious computer chip is found surgically implanted in Renee's body that has the name of Vaughn's real name on it, Sydney decides to travel to Nepal to contact Michael Vaughn, whom is alive and been in hiding all this time, only to have the Sydney double (Anna Espinosa) tracking her who gets to Vaughn first to know more about the chip. Meanwhile, visions of the dead Nadia plague Sloan as he tries to stall for time with Peyton over his deciphering of Page 47. Written by Anonymous

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Goofs

When Vaughn goes down to the basement of the diamond store in Hamburg, Germany, we see a carton of POM toilet tissue. These are wholesale cartons sold in Sam's Club, USA. See more »

Quotes

Sydney Bristow: How could I have trusted him again, after everything?
Marcus Dixon: You thought he'd changed.
Sydney Bristow: Nadia didn't, I convinced her that he deserved a second chance. I showed him compassion. I won't make that mistake again.
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References The Sixth Sense (1999) See more »

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Alias Theme
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Performed by Michael Giacchino
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