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Post by destinyros2005 » 12/16/03 16:17

Thank you to The Safehousefor the following:

Sydney finally learns the shocking truth about her missing two years from an unlikely source, on "Alias," SUNDAY, JANUARY 11 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

Guest starring is Terry O'Quinn (Kendall).

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Sydney's funeral at the beach. Oleg. Marshall traces the cube. Kendall is back. Julia Thorne hides the cube. Julia erasing her memories. Julia watching Vaughn and Lauren. Lazarey tells Sydney something. Lazarey is shot. Lauren a sniper?

There are promo pictures for this episode...I'll post them soon!

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Post by chelbert » 12/17/03 10:51

Holy canoli Batman! lol this episode is going to be good and only two days b4 my birthday

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Post by mvartan » 12/22/03 09:57

Happy BDay

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Post by destinyros2005 » 12/26/03 21:13

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Post by blondeePR » 12/29/03 17:57

I've been hanging around the SD-1 board and everyone is trying to guess who is having the ruff sex and to see the spoiler you found...about lauren and vaughn...I think I'm going to cry.

I am getting together with 3 other friends when alias airs on the 11th...and none of us like lauren's character...so i can only imagine the silence we will be sitting through.

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Post by chelbert » 12/30/03 06:01

I loved the pics thanks for posting. This looks amazing. The pic of Sydney in the van with the ball gag was a trip. It seems like it was right after her abduction seeing as though she has the same head wounds and it looks like the same outfit she was wearing when she was fighting fFrancie. And Kendall is back! Gotta love that. Hey who do I have to thank for this --

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Post by mvartan » 12/30/03 06:43

Thanx for the pics.
Maybe it's Sark&Lauren

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Post by destinyros2005 » 01/01/04 11:53

From: Zap2It:

"'Alias' Creator Offers 'Full Disclosure'

By Kate O'Hare from Zap2it

At opposite ends of the spectrum lie two of the most viscerally satisfying of TV experiences. On the one hand, there's that moment when some great plot twist is revealed, and you leap out of your easy chair, do a victory dance around the living room and shout, "I knew it. I knew it." Then there's the other moment, when your jaw drops open, you shout, "No way" and clasp your hands over your mouth.
Depending on how good a guesser you are -- or how assiduously you seek spoilers on the Internet -- the Sunday, Jan. 11, episode of ABC's spy drama "Alias" may offer thrills from one extreme to the other.

Called "Full Disclosure" and written by series co-producer Jesse Alexander, it sets out to answer -- if not once and for all, at least for the moment -- what happened to CIA agent Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner) during the two-year gap in her memory. In last season's finale, after a bone-crushing fight, Sydney woke up two years later in Hong Kong, thinking it was just the next day. Very quickly she learned otherwise.

Most shocking was the revelation that her love, CIA agent Michael Vaughn (Michael Vartan), thinking she was dead, had met and married NSC agent Lauren Reed (Melissa George).

It's been a tangled trail this season, as Sydney has traversed the world and the inner workings of her own subconscious in search of answers about the evil Covenant, her alter-ego Julia Thorne, the enigmatic room "47" and the mysterious scar on her belly.

Some TV shows might have teased all season before answering big questions like these, but "Alias" creator J.J. Abrams just couldn't wait that long.

"It felt like at this moment in the show, the midpoint of the year, that we had this story that this allows us to tell," he says. "It sends the story in a direction that we needed to go. There's nothing more frustrating to me than shows or movies that raise provocative questions only to abandon you, like, 'Go talk about it and figure it out.'

"That's not to say that you always want all the answers. Part of the fun is not getting all the answers, filling in the blanks yourself to some degree.

"But I feel, if you don't provide viewers with some concrete specifics, they start to get disinterested and feel, 'Oh, it's a lot of hot air, smoke and mirrors,' and not pay attention.

"You have to reward your fans."

This is nothing new for Abrams, who upended the show's original double-agent premise partway through its second season, in a big episode that aired after the Super Bowl. Then he did it again in last season's finale. But however the circumstances within the show change, the fundamental theme remains the same, the idea of having an "Alias." It's no different in "Full Disclosure."

"That was always the idea," Abrams says, "the issue of identity and the question of, 'How's Sydney going to figure out ultimately who she is, where does she come from, what's her destiny?' That, to us, is always very interesting."

The show's large revolving cast of characters and inherent complexity -- with shifting family ties, multiple identities, undercover guises and fabulously rococo mysteries -- can be off-putting to novice viewers, who may feel like they need a reference book to keep up. Luckily, for those willing to invest the time and money, the current fad for DVD boxed sets of TV shows is there to help. The first season of "Alias" came out in early September; the second was released in December.

"If people are watching it only on DVD," Abrams says, "that's fine with me."

"Full Disclosure" ends with a moment that could elicit either or both of the two reactions mentioned above. Asked what he hopes for, Abrams says, "I hope people feel that rush of possibility of what comes next.

"Although there are some new questions that are posed, and there's a big twist at the end, the thing that was the most fun for me on this story is it's finally allowed us to tie together these many loose ends. If you've been watching the show and trying to figure it out, this show really does answer so many of the questions and then it raises others.

"To me, it feels like a crucial tent-pole episode for the year, that everything was building to this moment. Then there's this roller coaster because of it, this ride we're going to be on until the end of the year."

Following the startling revelations of last season's finale, fans are no doubt waiting to see how Abrams will top that this year -- and he's even starting to scare himself.

"As we've been talking through ways to take the idea that we have for the end, there have been some ideas recently that are so extreme that if we actually dare to do some of these things, we'd have to be really careful that we don't cross the line.

"Our audience is, for better or worse, really smart. They dissect and analyze in a way that they can sense when something isn't working right. Some of these ideas are so wild that how we execute them is ultimately as important as the ideas themselves."

Also, fans of Sydney's enigmatic espionage nemesis, the cold-hearted Brit Julian Sark (David Anders), have something to look forward to a couple of weeks down the line.

"David Anders must have sold his soul, he's so good," Abrams says. "He's been very patient this year in his role, and his story line amps up in a huge way.

"Wait until you see where his story goes. Starting, I believe, in episode 13, it's huge for Sark. I can't wait to see David pull it off. He is a genius. He is an amazing talent."

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Post by blondeePR » 01/02/04 17:51

i don't like how JJ uses 'twist' because we know what happened at the end of season two. the BIG twist.

my heart hurts just thinking about it

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Post by destinyros2005 » 01/11/04 20:16

Ok...what'd you all think of tonight's episode?

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Post by blondeePR » 01/11/04 20:46

it was very good. maybe not as romantic as last year this time, when syd and vaughn kissed. But it sure did tie up a lot of things.

that whole vaughn pushing syd thing...it's just sooo weak. I don't believe it for a sec & I've read that 'someone' good turns bad. and I think it's lauren...but why. Because when sark gave lauren the info on the Laz killing they didn't act like they knew each other. so from then to till what gave Lauren the reason to turn bad?

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Post by destinyros2005 » 01/12/04 04:02

Blondee...I agree, it wasn't all that romantic, but I think it was needed. We all needed that info as much as Sydney did. I actually don't think Lauren turns bad, I think she was all along. I'm still holding to that. I've said it since day one and I'm stickin' to it! I think that the Lauren/Sark meeting...they could of actually not known each other or the more likely thing--it was an act. I'm sure they knew each other, but played it off as if they didn't. IMO

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Post by blondeePR » 01/13/04 18:10

but in the car where sark gave lauren the info...who would they have been acting for? by others speculation...I believe lauren is the one who turns bad. why,

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