Sydney unwillingly teams up with her father to hunt down a modern-day samurai, named Kazu Tamazaki. Meanwhile, Nadia is back home in Argentina and refuses to go back into the spy business. But she is forced to when Sydney's life is jeopardized when she's taken captive by the brutal Tamazaki. Sydney finds out the reason behind Jack's misdeed and Nadia makes an unsettling promise to Sydney to find out who murdered Irina.
Did You Know?
When Marshall Flinkman is providing Sydney with background on the mysterious international terrorist Vadik, Marshall refers to two major crimes attributed to Vadik. The first is a major bombing in Pakistan; the second is the assassination of the Premier of "Kafiristan". Pakistan is, of course, a real country. "Kafiristan," however, is a fictitious place - but not one invented for Alias. It's an homage to both Rudyard Kipling
and John Huston
. "Kafiristan" was the fictional Himalayan country to which Kipling and Houston's heroes Peachy and Carney ventured off to become Kings of, in The Man Who Would Be King
(1975). See more
Jack Bristow rescues Sydney from outside the museum in a MkII Ford Granada police patrol car; a vehicle which hasn't been in use by the British police since 1981. See more
If she were apprised of the situation, she might help.
I'll make her help; where is she?
References The Man Who Would Be King
Written by J.J. Abrams
Performed by Michael Giacchino See more