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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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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Clerk (as Mark Bernier)
Lawrence LeJohn ...
Agent Halliwell
Andrew Wei Lin ...
Fake Nabin


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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16 May 2006 (USA)  »

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He had multiple chest surgeries, which had to have included xrays and scans. But no one ever noticed he had big giant computer chip right next to the bullet holes. See more »


Anna Espinosa: [as Sydney cutting something out of Vaughn's chest and Vaughn is groaning in pain the whole time] You need to stay still, think about something else.
Michael Vaughn: Yeah, well give me something to think about. Tell me about Isabelle.
Anna Espinosa: Well she has your eyes, the same blue green. And her smile is like your smile.
Michael Vaughn: Really?
Anna Espinosa: Yeah, her chin is pointy like mine. Cute...
Michael Vaughn: Oh God, I can't wait to meet her.
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9 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After the shocks of the previous episode the team are in for another surprise; during the Renée's post mortem a microchip is found implanted in her body... this isn't the surprise though; the surprise is the fact that it has Michael Vaughn's real name etched onto it and has been inside her for thirty years! It is assumed that her father implanted it when she was a child. Thinking that Vaughn might be able to help Jack sends Sydney to Nepal to meet him... there is a problem though; Sloane has had APO bugged so Prophet Five know what is going on and send Anna there ahead of Sydney. Now looking like Sydney she intercepts Sydney, takes the chip and leaves her for dead before going on to meet Vaughn and extract another chip from him; the two chips fit together and provide a location for a cold war era vault. Sloane meanwhile is working on decoding Page Forty Seven but tells Peyton he needs another manuscript to solve it; while she is away we learn that he is just delaying and is being haunted by visions of Nadia.

This episode was pretty good, I'm rather enjoying this season. It is good to see Vaughn back in the action; the new characters aren't bad but none are as interesting as he is... I do hope they give a good explanation as to how he survived though; he looked very dead when he was 'killed'! It was also nice to see Mía Maestro back as Nadia; even if she is only part of Sloane's imagination. It was fun to see Jennifer Garner playing both the heroine and the villain of the story; especially in scenes where the two characters interacted. With only three more episodes to go I can't wait to see how it works out.

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