Sydney and Vaughn must track Kazari Bomani down to get hold of a piece of the Rambaldi puzzle before the Covenant gets their hands on it. Meanwhile, Jack reveals his suspicions to Senator Reed about his daughter Lauren's allegiances, and Vaughn decides what to do about his marriage.
Did You Know?
The painting behind Lauren as she makes the call to Sark from the restaurant (at around 09:30) is "Portrait of a young lady holding a cat" by Renaissance artist Francesco Bachiacca. The original is dated to 1525. See more
Sidney's natural hair is now styled with short bangs. Nevertheless, when she and Vaughn goes to Mexico City to speak to the informant, her bangs are long and swept behind her ears (and nothing suggests she is wearing a wig to this meeting). When she questions Sloane directly after returning from Mexico, her bangs are short again. Later, when they dive for the artifact outside of Japan, Sydney's bangs are long enough to be incorporated into her braid, yet on the plane ride home, her bangs are short once more, revealing that scenes were not shot in chronological order. See more
Vaughn, I am sad for you. For you and Lauren. That you have to go through this. But I'm also hopeful. That's what scares me.
When we get home... Wanna get a cup of coffee?
Suite No 1 in G Major Bwv 1007 Menuet
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach See more