“Have you ever noticed how in Hollywood movies, all the villains are played by Brits?" [x]
There was one feature, and only one feature of interest, in the whole of this baffling case. And quite frankly it was the usual. John Watson. Who while I was trying to solve a murder, instead saved a life. There are mysteries worth solving and stories worth telling. The best and bravest man I know, on top of that he actually knows how to do stuff. Except wedding planning and serviettes, he’s rubbish at those.
Wait, before you do anything that you might regret, one question. Just let me ask one question. Are you really going to keep that?
Anna Espinosa: [to Sydney] I heard about your fiancé. Very sad. I thought perhaps it was a security execution sanctioned by your employers. Maybe you said something in your sleep you shouldn’t have. But then why would you be here in service for the men that killed your true love?
Alias 1.03 - Parity
Sydney: You said you wanted to talk about the plan. I’m giving you the plan.
Vaughn: It’s not your job to give me the plan. I’m giving you the plan. Tomorrow’s your first day back at SD-6. Now, nothing should change. When you get your assignment, you’ll detail your mission on a paper bag. [picks one up, showing her] Bag. Then you’ll call this number. Memorize it. After three tones, press the appropriate digit — one through six. Each corresponds to a trash can in a specific location. Now we’ll review your information, create a countermission, and we’ll contact you posing as a wrong number: Joey’s Pizza. Any questions so far?
Sydney: Yeah. Can you show me what a bag looks like again?
Alias 1.02 - So It Begins
I always knew it wasn’t over
Suit & Glasses: Who are you working for? I’ll not ask you again.
Sydney: Okay. Get a pen. Write this down. E M E T I B. You got that?
Suit & Glasses: Yes.
Sydney: Okay. Now reverse it.
Sydney: I’ve got bad news for you, man. I’m your worst enemy. I’ve got nothing to lose.
Alias 1.01 - Truth Be Told