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What you all want to know I'm sure.

You want to know what I thought of Charmed and Alias don't you? Well lets start with Charmed: I hate Phoebe's hair but Piper was hot as a Valkerie. I don't really want ruin anything for people who haven't seen it so just get out of here if you want to be surprised.

You gone? Good.

What is Chris's game? I believe he is from the future but there's no way he's a Whitelighter and he doesn't seem like a Darklighter to me either. My first thought is he's after Wyatt maybe because Wyatt is perhaps a threat to him in the future. Wyatt is magically protected from harm, as we've seen several times, so killing him off would not be an easy task. That seems relatively obvious as is getting Leo out of the way so he'd be named their Whitelighter and have a legitimate reason to be around. Yet there's something missing...

For those who don't want to be spoiled on Alias now is your time to get lost.

This episode reminded me of the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Future Imperfect" where Riker wakes up in sickbay supposedly 16 years later and Ferengi are in Starfleet and Admiral Picard is negotiating peace with the Romulans. (You notice all of this basically happened on Deep Space Nine?) Admittedly, I was watching this and Charmed at the same time so I don't really have much to say about this except you knew that they'd have evidence of Sydney killing someone during those missing two years. It's typical Alias but no less cool. I am very curious to what happened to her. Did Sloane have something to do with it as Sydney claims? My thought is Sark especially since he's still out there somewhere. Are they still going to reveal Sark is her half-brother or was that rumor unfounded? We will have to wait and see. I also prefer having Dixon in charge but Terry O'Quinn and Ronnie Cox are two actors who always play charcters you love to hate. Cox didn't on The Agency and wasn't good but that's a post for another time. Actually, since the show isn't on any more it'd be pointless to do so....


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