April 12, 2012

I've come to a point where I'm running out of TV shows to marathon. I've even resorted to watching old shows which have less than a hundred seeders, Alias being one of them. 

I have a friend who's a super fan back in college. She even tried to make me watch this. Looking back now, I think I should have heeded her advice.

Here are some of the reasons why:

1. At this time, I have watched plenty of shows, those of which have taught me how to spot tells. Having watched and rewatched shows like 24 have made me aware that there are multiple possible twists that could happen in a storyline. I'm sure it was such a hit back then, but now, it is really predictable, like as to who killed all those CIA agents 25 years ago, including Vaughn's father.

2. Sydney is such an emotional trainwreck. I know that she's a person too, but she's been what, 7 years under SD-6 (around Season 1). That amount of time should have made her really a professional in hiding her emotions. She sees a bomb and her face goes into her shocked-Sydney face, one that you could see from Chuck (Chuck, tv series). You're a professional! Stop acting like a baby and take lessons from Nikita.

3. Well, I could not think of a number 3 because my train of thought ended at number 2. But I'm still early into season 1. I'll just add more.

I just think that if I watched this then, I'd be more entertained. Still, I'll be finishing this, mainly for Bradley Cooper haha. Also because Jennifer Garner is commendable. I was told by Len that she does her own stunts (?).

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