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Alias: Repercussions

Lauren and Sydney fight when she finds out about Sydney's part in Vaughn's stabbing. Also, Sydney wonders about Sloane's faith when he is taken by Kazari Bomani who works in The Covenant.

Episode Info
Episode number: 3x5
Airdate: Sunday October 26th, 2003

Director: Ken Olin
Writer: Jesse Alexander

Guest Stars
Clifton Collins, Jr.Clifton Collins, Jr.
As Javier Parez
Djimon HounsouDjimon Hounsou
As Kazari Bomani
Justin TherouxJustin Theroux
As Simon Walker
Garret SatoGarret Sato
As Yakuza Pit Boss (credited as Garret T. Sato)

Co-Guest Stars
Virginia  PereiraVirginia Pereira
As Receptionist
Main Cast
Jennifer GarnerJennifer Garner
As Sydney Anne Bristow
Ron RifkinRon Rifkin
As Arvin Sloane
Carl LumblyCarl Lumbly
As Marcus R. Dixon
Kevin WeismanKevin Weisman
As Marshall J. Flinkman
Victor GarberVictor Garber
As Jonathan 'Jack' Donahue Bristow
Michael VartanMichael Vartan
As Michael C. Vaughn
Greg GrunbergGreg Grunberg
As Eric Weiss
David AndersDavid Anders
As Julian Sark
Melissa GeorgeMelissa George
As Lauren Reed
Episode Notes
No opening title in this episode, the cast is listed while the episode is happening.

Number 47: Both Sydney and Lauren are paged with the number 47911 on their pagers.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
BeamishPsycho Slam 
Beth OrtonOoh Child 
Lady Laistee featuring SweetnessOoh Child 
Wyclef Jean & Kenny RogersKenny Rogers-Pharoahe Monch Dub Plate 

Episode Quotes
Simon Walker: On a scale of one to ten, ten being the most degenerate displays of sexual theater known to man? Huh... Julia's like a 17!

Episode Goofs
When Sark give the suitcase of money in exchange for the bio-weapons, you can see under the top bill the rest of the bills are just white pieces of paper.

Cultural References
Marshall: Domo arigato, Mr. er... Tom-oh-sa-ka.

Marshall was probably thinking about the famous line "Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto" from the song written by Dennis DeYoung in 1983 and performed by the band Styx titled "Mr. Roboto."

Weiss: I thought, you know, if I got up on that stage and the spotlight was in my face that God would imbue my hands with the power of rock legend, Stevie Ray Vaughan!

Stevie Ray Vaughan (1954 - 1990) was an American blues guitarist, considered to be one of the most influential electric blues musicians in history. Stevie Ray Vaughan rests in the Laurel Land Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas. His birthday, October 3, was proclaimed by Texas governor Ann Richards to be "Stevie Ray Vaughan Day"since 1991.

Episode References
Vaughn makes a reference to "The Enemy Walks In" when Weiss gets shot.

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