Sydney giving airport security a difficult time in order to swipe a dangerous device from a criminal without being caught.


Happy Easter from An Alias Fan

20140421-103925.jpg Sydney Bristow at the summit of Mt.Subasio in Italy.

Jack, Sydney, Walter, & Peter


Walter and Peter’s relationship on Fringe reminds me of Sydney and Jack from Alias.


Streaming: ‘Endgame’ bonus disc

“Endgame” Disk features found on DVD Collection streamed on Dailymotion website. By the way,I disagree with the original blogger, Michael Vartan is a nice guy.

The Alias Blog

For those of us too cheap dedicated to buy the complete collection.

So, recap: fun to see once, but the replay value is low. I’m also willing to bet that Michael Vartan’s a jerk in person.

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Fan Behavior – 6WS

I wrote this blog posting on my other blog, MotherWifeStudentWorker, before I ever started the An Alias Fan blog. I think it’s the first post I wrote ablout my love for the TV series Alias.

Mother, Wife, Student, Worker...

Is fan behavior a bad idea?

Finding myself highly intrigued by ALIAS;
I have watched all episodes once;
Bought a collectors DVD box set;
I’ve rewatched some episodes several times;
Show motivates me to be stronger;
Though fiction, somehow, I can relate…

ALIAS is my favorite TV show.  The graphic above gives you a short summary of the show’s first episode.  Since it’s about spies, it’s considered what’s called spy-fi, or spy fiction.  It was on the air, on ABC, from 2001 to 2006.  I never saw it then, but I discovered it on Netflix a few months ago and got hooked. I have watched all 5 seasons of the series which includes more than a hundred episodes. I like it so much, I now rewatch episodes.  The best seasons are the 1st and 2nd Season. But the overall story is intriguing from start to finish. The show was created…

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Two of a Kind: Sydney & Olivia

20140403-050429.jpg Sydney Bristow from Alias and Olivia Dunham from Fringe. Two great strong female lead characters created by J.J. Abrams and portrayed masterfully by Jennifer Garner and Anna Torv.

“No, you’re not. You’re going to have to crawl through a maze of airshafts, get to Marshall’s office, get the scrambler, get to the vault room and scramble the code all in under ten minutes. I mean, no offense, but Dad, I am doing this.”
 -Sydney (“The Box”)

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