It’s as if we have entered some kind of time rift, with Twin Peaks, X Files, and now possibly Alias making a comeback to TV. On top of that, The Prodigy has a new album, so I wonder if I should be heading to first period class tomorrow, as if it’s 1996. Although Alias isn’t 90s, it seems to fit roughly in that era for me.
Reviewing the series recently, I was struck by how much real-life, predictive programming conspirana was present in the series, and should it get a reboot, we can expect a good deal more. With that in mind, it is time for an analysis of the über conspiracy-laced J.J. Abrams classic, Alias.
Early on, as Sydney Bristow is recruited into a secretive section of what she believes is the CIA, her unit, SD-6…
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