Sydney giving airport security a difficult time in order to swipe a dangerous device from a criminal without being caught.
“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.
For those of us too
cheap dedicated to buy the complete collection.
- Axis of Evil – short on the bad guys
- Protection – deleted scene from Prophet 5
- Testing – deleted flashback from All The Time In The World
- Jimmy Kimmel on Alias – this is just about as funny as chalk dust
- Number 47 – more of a vague recap than anything
- Secrets from the Set – tons of old faces in this one
- Steven Spielberg on Alias – after watching MI:3, Spielberg claims to know the series
- Sinking car stunt – audioless insight on Q&A’s car scene
- Pilot interviews – wow, they look young
- Case Closed – this is the real deal, the full 37 minute documentary
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.
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.
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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