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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Arvin Sloane: It was you Sydney, of course, how could I have ever thought otherwise? I saw it in you the first time we met. You're a survivor, just like me. And now, thanks to you, I have everything I need.
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Should have been better
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Sydney poses as Anna Espinosa (after having killed her), to gain access to Prophet Five's endgame. Sloane has finally decoded the hidden message of Page 47 - apparently the Chosen One must retrieve a rose from an Italian monastery to complete the circle. But the "Italian monastery" that Rambaldi was referring to has now become a maximum security prison. And the man that Sloane assigns to help "Anna" infiltrate that prison is none other than Sark. Meanwhile, Rachel learns that Tom has been lying to her about contacting the man who killed his wife, and follows him seeking the truth before Marshall has to notify Jack. Given that this is the next-to-next-to-last episode of "Alias", I expected something bigger and better. It does attempt to provide some form of explanation for Vaughn's "resurrection", but I'm still not quite convinced that the writers did not change their plans midway through. There is an intriguing encounter inside the prison between Sydney and a mysterious old man, who might have known Rambaldi, or even BE Rambaldi himself, but we never really learn the truth, and besides, this suggestion of someone living through the centuries was already done in an early season 1 episode, "Time Will Tell". And I fail to see the point of the inclusion of the Rachel-Tom side-story, though the actors do have good chemistry. What I do appreciate is that even at this point the series refuses to turn Sloane into an one-dimensional villain - he is truly one of the most complex and compelling characters ever to appear in television. *** out of 4.


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