thedeadparrot (thedeadparrot) wrote,

Alias 4x01-02

I'm thinking that this new season isn't going to be bad. It's just going to do its best to rehash S1 for us. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing.

- Dixon looks very, very black in the new office
- "Bad" made my U2 fan v. v. happy. I need to go find my copy of "The Unforgettable Fire" now.
- Ha! That moment where Jack looks up and Sloane looks right at him. So gay, omg.
- Jack! How I cry for you. And that moment where he asks "Did you tell Nadia?" and his face goes so still, as if he's trying to keep it that way and not show anything. Beautiful.
- Sloane actually bores me. Come back, Creepy Uncle Arvin! You need to be crazy and interesting again! ETA: Well, there was that moment of creepy touching. NOT GOOD ENOUGH.
- Marshall, hee. I love that guy. With his floofy hair and PS2. Yay. Marshal/Sark 4va!
- JJ has this weird hard on for Quentin Tarantino. He rips off Kill Bill in this one. Syd walking around with a Samurai sword
- Asian guy is pretty hot. So is Nadia.
- Man, who didn't know that Irina was the one who hired the hit the moment Asian Guy mentioned it? It was so obvious that it was almost anti-climatic the moment that Asian Guy actually said it out loud.
- There's mad references to S1, which I think is a bit of a cop out, but whatev.
- Interesting set up, what with Nadia and Jack about to KILL ONE ANOTHER and all.
- Of course, there's the possibilty that a) Irina is still alive, b) that she was perfectly justified in ordering the hit. I'm not complaining, I'm just saying that the producers are not trying to alienate Irina's fanbase, and it shows.

The Best of SpyDaddy:
- "Get in now, be stubborn later."
- "I'm not afraid of you." "Well, then you're an idiot"
- "This is the best conversation we've had in weeks."
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