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Subject: Introduction For posting guidelines in <> see the FAQ, which is posted frequently. This guide is only a brief summary of each episode. When posting about a particular episode you can use either the actual episode name or the code SSxEE, where SS is the season number and EE is the episode number. Please do NOT identify the episodes by the airdate! The dates listed below are the US dates; almost all other countries are at least several weeks behind this schedule. You can find significantly more information about each episode and the show itself at <> and <>.
Subject: Season 1 Episode 1: "Truth Be Told" Original Airdate: September 30, 2001 Sydney Bristow, a full-time student and a full-time secret agent for a covert branch of the CIA, is trying to juggle school work, an unconventional career, and a boyfriend. When she learns that she has been lied to, and is in fact working for the enemy she thought she was fighting, she becomes a double-agent for the CIA. Her only ally is another double agent: her estranged father. Series pilot; season one premiere. Episode 2: "So It Begins" Original Airdate: October 7, 2001 Sydney gets shocking info that her dad, Jack, played a role in Danny's murder. She takes on a countermission against the SD-6 to bring down an arms dealer linked to a missing nuclear weapon. Meanwhile, Will begins to grow suspicious of his friend's secret life. Vaughn is taken off Sydney's case after his mishap puts the entire world in danger. Episode 3: "Parity" Original Airdate: October 14, 2001 A mission to steal an ancient sketch pits Sydney against her nemesis: Anna Espinosa a Russian agent. But when the container holding the document proves impenetrable, the two foes are forced to cooperate to satisfy their respective agencies. Meanwhile, Will begins to notice something very fishy about Danny's murder. Vaughn is promoted. Francie frets over her guy's possible infidelity. Episode 4: "A Broken Heart" Original Airdate: October 21, 2001 On the trail of a terrorist with an explosive plot to disrupt a world-trade seminar, Sydney is also roped into helping Francie spy on her guy as he steps out with another woman. Also, Vaughn opens up to Sydney about his tormented love life. Will uses his newspaper ties to locate a woman, Kate Jones, Danny was booked to travel with the night of his murder. Jack begins to feel the heat over a secret he's keeping from his daughter. Episode 5: "Doppelganger" Original Airdate: October 28, 2001 Vaughn helps Sydney pull a fast one on the SD-6 after she's sent to abduct a German engineer working on biochemical vaccines. But when a glitch triggers Sloane's eye, Jack is forced to step in and display his dark side to protect his daughter's cover. Sydney gets a copy Jack's CIA file. Meanwhile, Will comes face-to-face with Kate Jones. Episode 6: "Reckoning" Original Airdate: November 18, 2001 Sydney pieces together Jack's role in her mom's death. Francie's guy explains his sneaking around with another woman. Meanwhile, Sydney finds herself trapped by a sadistic K-Directorate agent after checking into a Romanian asylum housing a crazed assassin, Martin Shepard. A leak in the SD-6 mainframe is found, and a mole is suspected. Will hits another dead end in his quest for Kate Jones. Episode 7: "Color Blind" Original Airdate: November 25, 2001 Sydney uncovers a shocking truth about Danny's murder after breaking Shepard out of the K-Directorate's asylum. Sloane comes to the realization that not all of his agents are on the up-and-up. Charlie gives Francie a Thanksgiving she'll never forget. Will hits the deadest end of all in his search for Kate Jones. Episode 8: "Time Will Tell" Original Airdate: December 2, 2001 As Sydney goes to Italy to retrieve info on an ancient clock linked to the Rambaldi case, Sloane fires up his deadly plan to silence the SD-6's mole. Rambaldi's journal is found. Dixon is seriously wounded. Will struggles to kill a front-page piece on Danny's murder until a high-tech bug in Kate Jones' car takes his story in a new direction. Episode 9: "Mea Culpa" Original Airdate: December 9, 2001 Will makes contact with the mystery man on the other end of Kate Jones' bug. Sloane sets up a trap to smoke out the suspected SD-6 mole: Sydney. Dixon comes out of his coma with little or nothing to say about what went down in the Andes. Episode 10: "Spirit" Original Airdate: December 16, 2001 The holidays take a terrifying turn as Sydney's cover is blown and she lands in the hands of the sadistic Sloane. Awakening in a top-secret SD-6 torture chamber, Sydney realizes her double-agent days are over. But before Sloane can get her to crack, Jack pulls a fast one to save his abducted daughter, who then takes a risky mission to win back her boss' trust. Things go from bad to worse, however, once Sydney discovers that her new assignment has put dear old dad in hot water with one of Sloane's most wanted foes. Episode 11: "The Confession" Original Airdate: January 6, 2002 After delivering terrorist Hassan to the CIA, Sydney heads to Crete to locate his top-secret stealth technology. What she encounters instead is a death trap set by Hassan, who backs Vaughn into a corner with a dirty deal for Sydney's life. Jack reveals to Sydney, that her mother was in fact a KGB officer. Series producer Ken Olin guest stars. Episode 12: "The Box, Part 1" Original Airdate: January 20, 2002 McKenas Cole, a former SD-6 operative left for dead after a botched mission in Chechnya, returns ready for revenge, taking the Credit Dauphine headquarters by siege. His goal: crack the agency's vault and give the duplicitous Sloane a fatal lesson in torture techniques. But what Cole doesn't know is that two brave Bristows are on the loose somewhere in the building, cooking up a desperate plan to save the day. Starring Quentin Tarantino as McKenas Cole. Episode 13: "The Box, Conclusion" Original Airdate: February 10, 2002 The attack on SD-6 heats up as Vaughn breaks CIA ranks to help Sydney bring down Cole before he triggers the explosives wired to the vault. Meanwhile, Sloane refuses to crack under his captor's cruel and unusual torture. Will decides it's time to find out the truth about what lies within David McNeill's secret locker. Episode 14: "The Coup" Original Airdate: February 24, 2002 As the team behind the attack on SD-6 targets Sloane's rival intelligence groups, Dixon and Sydney hit Vegas to observe a K-Directorate who may be next in line for a lethal visit. But their mission is compromised by the unexpected arrival of Francie and her two-timing fiancÚ. Meanwhile, Jack gets a chance to play dad to his daughter, who is having a hard time deciding her educational future. Episode 15: "Page 47" Original Airdate: March 3, 2002 The Rambaldi book may hold the 16th-century physicist's secrets in invisible ink. The problem is that the book is locked up at Sloane's house, forcing Vaughn to ask Sydney a delicate favor: use her friendship with Sloane's dying wife to get inside the house. After that, it's up to Sydney to snag the page from her boss' vault and get it to the CIA. Meanwhile, Will's work with McNeil to expose SD-6 comes at a shocking price. Episode 16: "The Prophecy" Original Airdate: March 10, 2002 A lethal British operative has information for Sloane's eyes only. Edward Poole, leader of the SD-9, drops a bombshell about a traitor within the Alliance of 12. Meanwhile, the CIA is up to their dossiers in psychic surprises, as agents reveal Sydney's bizarre link to the 500-year-old Rambaldi drawing, and an ominous prophecy about a risk to world security. Roger Moore guest stars as Edward Poole. Episode 17: "Q & A" Original Airdate: March 17, 2002 As the FBI grills a captured Sydney about her past and Rambaldi's doomsday prophecy, Jack and Vaughn race to free her before SD-6 suspects anything is amiss. But once a rescue op is launched, Sydney soon finds proof that Rambaldi's writings may hold more truth about the alleged weapon of mass destruction. Episode 18: "Masquerade" Original Airdate: April 7, 2002 The truth about Sydney's mom emerges. Noah Hicks, an ex-flame and fellow agent who resurfaces to help Sydney snag a device owned by The Man that holds the key to her mother's KGB work and possible whereabouts. Before long, Sydney and Noah realize that their feelings for one another are as strong as ever. Elsewhere, Sloane owns up to his part in a cover-up that takes a severe emotional toll on Jack. A mysterious plane ticket has Will and Francie fearing that Sydney has something to hide. Episode 19: "Snowman" Original Airdate: April 14, 2002 Sydney's torn between following her heart and finding her mother after Noah offers her a way out of SD-6 just as a KGB tape of Irina Derevko surfaces. But once she makes her decision, an assassin steps in to change her mind. Meanwhile, Will and Francie confront Sydney about her secret travel plans. Vaughn begins to hide his agent's info from the FBI. Jack seeks out Barnett's aid after hitting bottom. Episode 20: "The Solution" Original Airdate: April 21, 2002 Sydney and Vaughn set a trap for Khasinau with a report about the existence of a second dose of the Rambaldi serum. Sloane's wife tells Sydney she is aware of the SD-6 and puts her own life on the line in the process. Will confronts Jack face-to-face about his kidnapping following a phone call from his unnamed informant. Episode 21: "Rendezvous" Original Airdate: May 5, 2002 Will makes a startling discovery while helping Jack smoke out Deep Throat in Paris, where Sydney is set to pull the switch on Khasinau with the captured Sark's aid. Meanwhile, Dixon begins to suspect all is not on the up-and-up with his partner. The Alliance fills Sloane in on the plans for Emily's elimination. Vaughn begins to pull away from his favorite agent in an effort to save both their lives. Episode 22: "Almost Thirty Years" Original Airdate: May 12, 2002 Sydney and Vaughn must destroy a Rambaldi device in order to save Will's life; the Alliance comes to a decision regarding the fate of Emily Sloane. Sydney gets captured by The Man. Season one finale. <0>
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