Alias: Season 5, Episode 15

No Hard Feelings (17 May 2006)

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Sydney must remain undercover and work with Sark to track down Rambaldi's final clue located in a prison in Italy before Sloan, Peyton, and the rest of Prophet Five finds it.

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After killing the Sydney double/Anna, the real Sydney decides to impersonate her to infiltrate Prophet Five to know about their intentions, which leads her to have a reunion with Julian Sark who are both sent by Sloan, Peyton, and the rest of Prophet Five to infiltrate a maximum security prison in Italy to find a mysterious artifact and the final Rimbaldi clue. While Vaughn discovers a hidden bunker complex with all the information about Prophet Five, he teams up with Dixon to track Sydney to monitor her movements. Back in Los Angeles, Tom asks Rachel to help him recover a car as part of his secret revenge for the assassin who killed his wife years earlier. Written by Anonymous

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Vaughn: I saw a picture of Isabelle... I don't know how we do this anymore.
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The final piece of the Rambaldi jigsaw
10 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Having killed Anna in the previous episode Sydney takes her place and joins Peyton to infiltrate Prophet Five. Once in Sloane tells her that she is to go into a monastery in Rome to find a Rambali artefact called The Rose. In Rome she meets up with Sark and learns that the item isn't in fact in a monastery; it is in the prison where Rambaldi had been executed centuries before. Getting in is easy... they just robbed a betting establishment; finding The Rose and getting out might be tougher. Once in Sark feigns a fit before taking control of the security system and getting Sydney to the right area; here she meets a man who claims to have been waiting for her for a very long time. He gives her a vial which he claims will end the world as we know it. She takes it but doesn't have it long before Sloane takes it off her; he then starts strangling her believing her to be Anna. While this is going on there was a side story concerning Rachel and Tom trying to find out why his wife had been killed; we are also given a brief explanation of how Vaughn survived.

The main story in this episode was pretty good; it was fun seeing Sydney working with Sark again; even if he didn't realise who she was. The old man in the prison was suitably mysterious; I assumed he was somebody who knew Rambaldi before his execution however it wasn't spelt out. It was nice to see that Sloane still cares about Sydney even if that did lead to him nearly killing her! He may be a villain but he remains one of my favourite characters due to Ron Rifkin's understated performance. The secondary story was a bit a distraction to be honest; hopefully it will turn out to have been more meaningful that I initially thought when I watch the final two episodes.


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