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Alias 5 Seasons 2003

Season 2
4.7 out of 5 stars (432) IMDb 7.6/10

The reappearance of her mother rocks Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner), not to mention Jack, as they try to figure out her true loyalties.

Starring:
Jennifer Garner, Ron Rifkin

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1. The Enemy Walks In

Sydney finds herself face-to-face with her mother.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 29, 2002
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2. Trust Me

Jack has doubts about Irina's sincerity.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 6, 2002
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3. Cipher

Kendall wants Sydney to question Irina.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 13, 2002
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4. Dead Drop

Kendall refuses Jack's wish to have Irina removed.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 20, 2002
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5. The Indicator

Vaughn suggests Jack has set up Irina.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 3, 2002
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6. Salvation

Mr. Sark develops an Ebola-like virus.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: November 3, 2002
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7. The Counteragent

Sydney seeks an antidote for Vaughn from Irina.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 17, 2002
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8. Passage, Part 1

Sydney convinces Irina to lead a team to Kashmir.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: December 1, 2002
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9. Passage, Part 2

Sydney, Jack and Irina are ambushed.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: December 8, 2002
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10. The Abduction

An investigation is launched in the abduction of Emily Sloane.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: December 15, 2002
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11. A Higher Echelon

Sydney attempts to rescue Marshall.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 5, 2003
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12. The Getaway

Jack is attacked as he meets a contact in a darkened movie theater.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 12, 2003
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13. Phase One

A new director joins SD-6 after Sloane disappears.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 26, 2003
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14. Double Agent

Sydney protects a CIA agent who may have been doubled.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 2, 2003
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15. A Free Agent

Sark kidnaps a mathmetician and his family.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 9, 2003
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16. Firebomb

Sydney is ordered to recruit Dixon.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 23, 2003
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17. A Dark Turn

Sydney meets Mitchell Yager, a counter-intelligence analyst.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 2, 2003
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18. Truth Takes Time

Emily has to make a decision about her husband.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 16, 2003
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19. Endgame

A vengeful Sloane wants to know who murdered his wife.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 30, 2003
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20. Countdown

Vaughn observes a grieving Dixon secretly pop pills.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: April 27, 2003
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21. Second Double

Francie hypnotizes Will.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 4, 2003
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22. The Telling

Jack is attacked and captured by Sloane.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: May 4, 2003
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By Jason K. Rindge on November 12, 2003
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
My wife has watched this show since the beginning, but I never have as it interfered with my sleep schedule. After recently buying a new DVD player I was anxious to get started watching something. I bought "Alias Season 1" and "Six Feet Under" (which I would also recommend highly). Anyway, my plan was to watch one episode a week, or at most a couple, so I could make it last. So I'm thinking I can get through the 22 or so episodes in 10 weeks. Try 2.
Thats right! I would watch like three a day. I was addicted. Conversations in my house sounded something like this...
"Honey, come eat dinner."
"No, I'm watching Alias."
"Honey, help me with the groceries."
"No, I'm watching Alias."
"Honey, I'm pregnant."
"Wow, thats great, we'll talk later, I'm watching Alias."
I'm really serious. Every episode would end on such a cliffhanger you had to see at least the beginning of the next episode. But then the middle was so good you wanted to see how it would develope. But then another darn cliffhanger and you were locked in the cycle for good.
I can't wait for Season 2. I pre-ordered it at 3 in the morning because that was a minute after I finished Season 1. I'm thinking about starting AA (Alias Anonymous) until I can get my fix.
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Part I: The show
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Yes, that's right, watch at your own peril! This show is so superb that after watching it, you will be forced to judge all other shows by the same standards.
First, its plot lines and story development are among the most organic. Most shows are fresh for only the first season. Soon, their plot lines settle into predictable patterns. Alias keeps everything fresh. You can never be sure what will come next. What you think you know, you don't. Every episode reveals just a few more crisscrossing threads of a gigantic tapestry. What seems like an insignificant side note from half a season ago will come back when you least expect it to deliver the biggest shock of your life. On most shows, the primary cast stays fixed. An established character rarely leaves the show. On the few rare occasions they do, it's a big deal. In the ever mercurial world of Alias, audiences see old, well established characters leave, to be replaced with new invigorating characters. Yet, despite the show's constant metamorphosis, a cohesive theme run through it all so there is no doubt you are still watching the same show. Like a person, this show evolves from season to seasons.
But what is a good story without the cast and crew to bring it to life. Here too, Alias outshines all the rest. Jennifer Garner is absolutely brilliant as Sidney Bristow. It would be so easy for her to fall prey to playing an invulnerable supergirl. Instead, she strikes a masterful balance between Sidney, the girl next door, and Agent Bristow, international ass kicker. It is not her spin kicks but her human struggles which has endeared us all.
Victor Garber, too, deserves many accolades for his portrayal of Jack Bristow, Sidney's father.
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Season two started out normally enough. Syndey Bristow is a double agent for the CIA working to take down SD-6, an organization she joined believing that they were part of the CIA but in fact was pure evil.
Jennifer Garner as Sydney makes you believe in the set-up. Victor Garber, used better here than in the first season, is terrific as Sydney's fellow double agent dad. The addition of Lena Olin as Sydney's long thought dead mother was a stroke of pure genius. The scenes between Garber and Olin are electric.
Things went along very well for about half the season, then everything changed. In one episode, the entire writer's bible for the series had to be re-written. It's surprising they even kept the series title. Just as the shock value of that wore off, they did it again in the season finale with a couple lines at the end.
This season is not to be missed for fans of the series, the stars, or of good acting.
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First off, kudos to the producers of this show for getting out the complete second season of "Alias" out so quickly after the first and pretty much in time for the start of repeats from the show's current third season. For those of us who came aboard with the celebrated post Super Bowl episode ("What...was...wrong...with...the...black...one"), this has helped fill in the whole back story on Sydney's mom and pop, how Francie became Allison, and the rest of the intrigue from the critically acclaimed ABC series (a way of saying the Nielsen ratings are not in relationship to the quality of the show). They might have used "the...black...one" to reel in new viewers, but "Alais" is about so much more than Jennifer Garner in lingerie (or red wigs, or whatever new look they come up with each week).

When last we left double-agent Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner) at the end of the Complete First Season she had just discovered that "The Man" was really her mom, Irina Derevko, who is played by Lena Olin. This casting just underscores the strong supporting cast, which has heavyweights Ron Rifkin (Arvin Sloane) and Victor Garber (Jack Bristow) stealing scenes from all the kiddies right and left. With Derevko added to the mix along with SD-6 and the Rambaldi artifacts, things are even more convoluted and confusing, which is half the fun. The characters do not really know what is going on, so why should the audience expect to be in a better position? The short answer is that they should not, and be challenged by this rewarding series would be a good thing worth treasuring. The other half of the fun here is the speculation as to what is going on and what might happen next.
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