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#503 : Dans l'ombre

Titre VO : The Shed
Titre VF : Dans l'ombre
Diffusion US : 13 octobre 2005
Réalisé par :  Tucker Gates
Ecrit par : Breen Frazier
Avec : Amy Acker (Kelly Peyton) / Tyrees Allen (Gordon Dean) / Jack Laufer (Alexander Dolzhenko)

Une substance très dangereuse est volée dans un labo d'Isanbul, par une personne travaillant avec Gordon Dean. Sydney, Marshall et Tom (le nouveau) partent en mission, tandis que Dixon se voit chargé d'une tout autre mission par Jack : surveiller Sloane qui a obtenu 48h pour trouver un remède pour Nadia.

A Prague, les autres membres de l'équipe enlèvent une spécialiste informatique travaillant pour Gordon Dean, mais il s'avère que les choses ne sont pas exactement ce qu'elles semblent être, Sydney le comprendra mieux que personne...

#503 : Extrait 1
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A Istanbul, dans un centre de recherche de virus. Deux chercheurs dans des combinaisons de protection vertes font des tests sur des souris. Une femme d’apparence « locale » arrive à l’entrée du bâtiment et crie, au travers de la grille, au garde, qu’elle veut voir Ramal car son fils est malade. Le garde lui ouvre, mais alors qu’elle passe à côté de lui, elle enlève son voile et le tue avec un pistolet silencieux. Elle s’approche ensuite de la cabine où se trouvent les deux chercheurs, et commence à décoder le système de sécurité. Une fois à l’intérieur elle menace les deux scientifiques, puis elle vole deux fioles de couleur jaune. Avant de sortir de la cabine, elle lance la troisième fiole en l’air, détache les arrivées d’air des combinaisons des deux hommes, puis sort de la cabine. Alors qu’elle prend la fuite, les deux hommes meurent foudroyés par le virus qu’ils étudiaient.

Plan sur Sydney, chez elle. Son ventre est maintenant bien rond. En lisant le courrier, elle remarque une revue de hockey destinée à Vaughn. Après un moment, elle appelle le journal en question pour annuler l’abonnement, puis elle jette les revues dans la poubelle. Mais, l’air bouleversée, elle les récupère et les range dans un tiroir.

A l’APO,  dans le bureau de Marshall. Ce dernier montre à Tom, Jack et Sydney des photos de la cabine d’Istanbul, où des fioles de Substance 33 (un neurotoxique mortel qui tue en quelques secondes) ont été volées il y a deux jours. Marshall a remarqué que la femme qui les a volés à utilisé un décodeur à distance. Ce même décodeur a été utilisé par Gordon Dean quelques mois auparavant, lors d’un piratage de la NSA. Marshall a tracé un signal jusqu’à Prague. Jack demande à Syd de partir à Prague avec Marshall et Tom. Quand Syd se demande pourquoi elle ne peut pas y aller avec Dixon, son père lui répond qu’il est sur une autre affaire. Syd ne semble pas ravie de partir avec Tom.

Elle court d’ailleurs après son père pour avoir des explications. Jack lui raconte que c’est à cause de sa sœur. Il montre à Syd une feuille spécifiant que Sloane a une permission de quelques heures pour rencontrer une personne ayant des informations sur un possible remède pour Nadia. Dixon doit donc l’escorter. Syd comprend mais suggère de partir seule en mission, en vain, car Jack tient absolument à ce qu’elle soit accompagnée. Ils sont bientôt rejoints par Tom et Marshall, prêts à partir en mission.

Générique.

Dixon questionne Sloane, qui est toujours dans sa cellule. Sloane explique qu’un certain Dolzhenko est entré en contact avec lui. Cet homme pense que les Russes n’ont pas tués tous les gens atteint du virus de Sovogda (voir #421, #422). Les Russes testent des vaccins sur ces personnes infectées. Dixon pense que c’est trop dangereux, mais Sloane lui dit qu’il a fait une avance de 300 000 $, et c’est pour ça que Dolzhenzo est si intéressé. Dixon lui rappelle qu’il a trois jours et qu’il a intérêt à suivre les instructions.

A Prague, l’équipe de l’APO est dans une voiture en face d’un café. Marshall détecte un faible signal provenant du café. Il fournit un nouveau gadget à Syd qui se présente comme un bonbon à la menthe, c’est en fait une puce permettant de mieux localiser le signal. Chaque bonbon comporte un traceur radioactif. Syd et Tom se disputent pour avoir la boite, c’est finalement Syd qui la prend, prétextant qu’elle parle le Tchèque et pas lui. Elle entre ensuite dans le café et parle à un homme qui utilise un ordinateur portable, supposant que c’est de là que vient le signal. Syd commence à blaguer pour gagner sa confiance, elle lui propose un bonbon que l’homme accepte. C’est alors que Marshall remarque que le signal bouge et qu’il doit provenir d’un PDA qui utilise le réseau internet de cet homme. Syd se retourne et aperçoit une femme qui range un PDA (Rachel). Elle monte dans sa voiture. Tom et Marshall commencent à la poursuivre en voiture. Rachel les remarques et accélère. Mais Tom est plus rapide et arrive à la bloquer dans une ruelle, il sort de la voiture et la menace de son arme.

Plus tard, dans une chambre d’hôtel, Rachel est attachée sur une chaise. Marshall essaye de décortiquer son téléphone mais ne trouve rien d’intéressant. Syd pense qu’il faut faire vite car si Dean remarque qu’elle a disparu leur mission peut s’écrouler. Syd veut donc poursuivre l’interrogatoire et propose à Marshall d’utiliser un analyseur de mensonge.

A Omsk, Sloane et Dixon attendent dans une ruelle. Ils sont contactés par Alexander Dolzhenko, qui n’est pas ravi que Sloane soit accompagné. Dixon refuse que Sloane aille seul porter la valise d’argent, mais ce dernier le convainc de le laisser y aller seul. En effet, Nadia étant retenue à la CIA, il est obligé de revenir pour la soigner et n’a donc aucun intérêt à s’enfuir. Dixon le laisse donc seul dans la rue, et s’en va à contre cœur.

A Prague, Syd fait passer un test de détection de mensonge à Rachel. Elle prétend travailler pour le gouvernement Américain. Tom entre dans la salle et lui pose des questions, c’est alors qu’il remarque qu’elle essaye de transmettre un signal avec sa montre. Il lui arrache des mains, c’est un transmetteur de position. Rachel admet qu’elle est un agent secret de la CIA, et qu’ils font une erreur en la retenant prisonnière. Se rendant compte qu’elle n’a pas menti au détecteur de mensonge, Syd et les autres comprennent que Rachel croit réellement travailler pour une branche secrète de la CIA, alors qu’elle bosse pour les méchants.

Marshall avertit Jack que Rachel aurait été bernée par ses employeurs. Syd raconte alors à Rachel comment elle a dû être recrutée par Gordon Dean, en se basant sur son histoire personnelle avec le SD-6. La jeune femme n’est pas vraiment convaincue, elle n’arrive pas à croire qu’elle travaille pour des ennemis. Syd lui propose donc de tracer le signal de sa montre, pour se rendre compte qu’il n’est pas envoyé à la CIA. Le programme de Marshall détecte d’abord que le signal aboutit bien à Langley, en Virginie. Rachel semble ravie, mais soudain le signal est renvoyé à un autre endroit situé à Prague, dans une rue prêt de l’hôtel. Rachel avoue que le bureau temporaire de Dean s’y trouve, avec la Substance 33.

Plus tard, sur le toit de l'immeuble, Syd rejoint une Rachel bouleversée, pendant que Tom fait un rapport à Jack qui se trouve à l'APO. Rachel a été recrutée il y a deux ans par Gordon Dean, en tant que spécialiste en informatique. Elle va maintenant devoir prendre sur elle pour aider la vraie CIA.

Marshall a apprit que Dean utilise une clef cryptée pour changer le code de son serveur. Marshall propose d'essayer de pirater le serveur de Dean et tout télécharger. Jack pense que c'est trop dangereux sans la clef de cryptage. Jack veut utiliser Rachel même si elle n'est pas un agent de terrain. Sydney va la chercher sur le toit. Marshall explique la mission à Rachel pour récupérer la clef. Il lui fourni une "vraie" carte bleue dans laquelle se trouve un programme de récupération de la clé. Rachel trouve cela astucieux mais très anxieuse.

Slaone attends une voiture de nuit près d'une belle propriété. Alexander Dolzhenko descend de la voiture. Ils s'étreignent comme de bons amis. Sloane lui donne la valise qu'il place dans la voiture. Puis en se rendant vers le coffre de la voiture, il se retrouve avec une arme pointée sur lui. Alexander lui dit qu'il veut le tuer. Sloane ne comprend pas pourquoi il lui en veut. Alexander lui dit qu'il avait une fille à Sovogda qui est morte. Il lui avoue qu'il n'y a pas de vaccin et qu'il n'y a rien pour sauver sa fille. Sloane refuse de se retourner et raconte qu'il comprend ce qu'il ressent et qu'il ne faut pas qu'il venge la mort de sa fille car il n'est pas un tueur. Finalement Alexander range son arme et part en voiture avec l'argent. Sloane se rend compte qu'il l'a échappé belle.

Sydney briefe Rachel dans un van au pied d'un building où se trouvent les bureaux de Dean. Elle lui dit que le plus dur va être de regarder les collègues droit dans les yeux maintenant qu'elle connaît la vérité. Rachel lui demande combien de gens sont au courant qu'ils sont des truands. Sydney lui dit qu'au SD-6 il y en avait environ six. Sydney lui montre la photo de Vaughn. Rachel lui dit que Dean avait dit que c'était un agent de la CIA qui avait trahi son pays. Sydney lui dit que c'était un homme bien et que Dean lui avait menti. Sydney lui rappelle qu'elle est la seule qui peut leur permettre de piéger Gordon Dean. Rachel est triste et ne semble pas très sûre d'elle. Elle sort du van et se rend dans le building.

Elle traverse les bureaux où elle croise ces collègues qui sont aux téléphones ou devant des ordinateurs. Elle croise Peyton (la tueuse du début de l'épisode) qui semble noter qu'elle n'est pas dans son assiette. Rachel s'assoit à son bureau et télécharge avec succès la clef de chiffrage en utilisant la carte de Marshall. Dans le van, Marshall est anxieux. Le programme situé sur la carte bleue se met en route et cherche les données. Gordon rend visite à Rachel qui essaye de camoufler la clé avec des CD. Gordon lui parle de sa prochaine mission en France et d'un bouquin qu'il a adoré. Rachel est un peu gênée mais arrive ensuite à récupérer la clé et à sortir rapidement des bureaux. Malheureusement Peyton la rejoint dans l'ascenseur pour lui proposer un café. Sydney sent que Rachel panique et la rassure en lui disant qu'ils vont faire l'échange à l'extérieur juste sous les yeux de Peyton. Sydney et Thomas suivent les deux femmes. Sydney indique à Rachel de placer la carte bleue dans sa main gauche.

En pleine rue, Thomas fait diversion en se précipitant tel un gentleman pour allumer la cigarette de Peyton. Sydney passe derrière Rachel et récupère la carte. Peyton qui tournait le dos à Rachel n'y voit que du feu.

Marshall commence son travail et arrive décoder la clé. Sydney avertit Rachel par radio qu'elle peut ouvrir un port d'accès. De retour dans les bureaux de Dean, Peyton observe que Rachel a changé de comportement. Cette dernière se rend à son bureau et ouvre un port à Marshall qui commence à télécharger le serveur très discrètement. Peyton alerte Dean du comportement étrange de Rachel Gibson. Gordon se rend compte après un long moment d'observation de l'ordinateur de Rachel, que des données sont copiées vers l'extérieur.

Marshall découvre que la substance33 va être placée dans un container N°1147 à Budapest. Dean avertit Peyton qu'ils doivent quitter le bâtiment au plus vite et qu'il n'ont pas le temps de tuer Rachel. Peyton enclenche un système électronique avec des lumières rouge.

Marshall avertit Jack, qui se charge de contacter les Hongrois pour stopper le container. Soudain son écran d'ordinateur se brouille. A l'intérieur de l'immeuble tous les ordinateurs s'arrêtent. Deux voitures sortent rapidement de l'immeuble. Sydney n'arrive pas à contacter Rachel. Marshall découvre que Dean a déclenché un EMP qui a bloqué toute l'électronique. Thomas part en courant vers l'immeuble. Rachel remarque qu'elle n'arrive plus à communiquer avec Sydney. De partout dans les bureaux des bombes sont sur le point d'exploser. Rachel se précipite vers les escaliers tout comme Thomas qui commence à les gravir. Soudain tout explose dans les bureaux. Thomas et Rachel se retrouvent projetés par terre. Thomas se relève difficilement, puis monte les escaliers. Il découvre Rachel sous des décombres. Il la prend dans ses bras alors qu'elle reprend doucement connaissance. Sydney arrive et est soulagée de les voir tous les deux en vie.

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EXT. ISTANBUL – DAY

A computer beeps as two workers in clean suits work with vials filled with a yellow substance. Two white mice are in the small room with them. They speak Turkish to one another. The clean room in which they are working is apparently in the lobby of a building.

The doorbell to the building buzzes. A WOMAN in a burqa is standing at the door.

GUARD: Can I help you?

WOMAN: I’m here to see Ramal.

GUARD: Ramal’s busy, come back later.

WOMAN: Please, his son is ill. I must speak with him.

The guard buzzes the woman in. The woman enters and walks to the guard station.

WOMAN: Thank you. Thank you.

GUARD: I need you to stop here. I’ll call for Ramal.

The guard reaches for the phone. The woman pulls out a gun and shoots the guard three times. She lowers the headpiece, revealing her face. She has dark brown hair. She walks toward the clean room and attaches a device to the keypad to the door of the room.

WOMAN: I’m patched in. Go for the hack.

The door opens. The woman steps inside.

WOMAN: Agaist the wall. Now.

The workers in clean suits put their hands up and back away. The woman keeps a gun pointed at them and retrieves two vials. She picks up a third one.

WORKER: Please, be careful. That vial… the seal is already broken.

WOMAN: (backing away) That’s okay. I only need two.

She reaches the door of the clean room, tosses the unsealed vial toward the workers, and pulls on the hoses to their clean suits, disconnecting them. The vial shatters, exposing the men to the substance inside. Alarms sound. The woman leaves, pulling her headpiece back over her head. The workers shout and frantically try to get out of the room, pounding on the door. They soon collapse and die. One of the mice doesn’t look so good either.

EXT. VENICE, CA – DAY

INT. SYDNEY’S HOUSE - DAY

Sydney picks up the mail and sorts through it. She stops when she sees the Hockey Trends magazine. It is addressed to Michael Vaughn. She makes a phone call.

ROGER: Thank you for calling. For the purposes of training, this call may be monitored. My name is Roger. How may I help you?

SYDNEY: Hi… Roger. I’d like to cancel a subscription, please.

ROGER: Certainly. Can I have the name on the account, please?

SYDNEY. Michael Vaughn. V-A-U-G-H-N.

ROGER: Got it. I see it right here. May I ask why you’re canceling the subscription?

SYDNEY: (pauses) Mr. Vaughn died.

ROGER: I’m sorry. I’ll take care of it right away.

SYDNEY: (softly) Yeah. (hangs up)

Sydney puts the phone down and takes a moment.

SYDNEY: (sighs) Okay.

Sydney picks up the magazine and puts it in the wastebasket. She begins to walk away, but then turns back and takes it out, gently putting the magazine into a desk drawer instead.

INT. APO – DAY

Marshall is briefing Sydney, Jack, and Thomas Grace on his latest find.

MARSHALL: When your wife tells you it’s a waste of time having a pen pal, she’s wrong. ‘Cause, um, two days ago, there was a theft in an R&D facility in Istanbul. The Turks have done a pretty good job of keeping it under wraps, but - my friend Ali forwarded me this. (pulls up video) Now take a look right there. You see that - those vials? That’s a nerve agent called Substance 33. It was developed by the Russians during the Cold War. Remarkable stuff. You know, in an end-of-civilization… sort of way…


SYDNEY: What makes you think they worked for Dean?

MARHSALL: Well, they don’t. As far as we can tell, they’re independent. (to Grace) Gordon Dean, he’s a –

GRACE: Former CIA. Disappeared two years ago. Infiltrated this office. Compromised one of your men. I’m up to speed, thanks.

MARSHALL: Sorry, um, new guy. I just assumed that maybe, uh… (clears throat) Anyway… (turns back to the video and points) This woman right here – that’s who I think works for Dean.

JACK: You think…? Based on what? Your pen pal?

MARSHALL: Who, Ali? No. See, this woman had help – a hacker who remotely accessed the security system using the same computer as a hack on the NSA a few months back, which we know was ordered by Dean. So, two hours ago, I traced this computer to Prague within these 5 square miles. (points out the area on a map) But, you see, if I can go to Prague, I can narrow it down to like, 2 feet. And then we can grab this hacker and get him to tell us where the Substance 33 is.

SYDNEY: But if we do that, we lose Dean. Once he realizes his hacker is missing, he’ll disappear as well.

MARSHALL: Right.

JACK: Okay, I want you both accompany Marshall to Prague. Follow the signal, locate Dean’s operation there - but don’t do anything to reveal yourself or to engage his men. Once we’ve done that, we’ll reassess our options.

SYDNEY: (surprised) Shouldn’t Dixon be going with me?

JACK: I’ve tasked Dixon to another assignment. Marshall will brief you on your op-tech. Let me know when you’re ready to leave.

Jack leaves. Sydney is silent and nods. She exchanges looks with Grace, but decides to follow Jack to air her displeasure, leaving Marshall and Grace behind.

SYDNEY: Dad, you’re making a mistake.

JACK: Sydney, I understand you’d be more comfortable taking Dixon with you, but that was inappropriate.

SYDNEY: This is not the time to break in a new agent.

JACK: Agent Grace has extensive field experience –

SYDNEY: And I have a history with Dixon. What is so important, Dad, that he can’t come with me on this mission?

JACK: Your sister.

SYDNEY: What about my sister?

JACK: You know that Sloane has been searching for a cure for Nadia. He may have found one. (hands Sydney a piece of paper)

SYDNEY: (reading page) “Conditional Release of Arvin Sloane”…?

JACK: Sloane cultivated a lead who will only meet with him face-to-face in Russia. I was able to convince the attorney general to let him out of prison for 72 hours. I’m sending Dixon as a security detail.

SYDNEY: When was I going to find out about this?

JACK: (hesitates) I didn’t want to raise your hopes until we knew what Sloane had.

SYDNEY: Well, in that case, I prefer to go with Marshall by myself.

JACK: Sydney –

SYDNEY: It’s not that complicated a mission.

JACK: In fact, it’s very complicated – recovering the nerve agent without tipping Dean…

Sydney still looks stubborn.

JACK: (pauses) What aren’t you telling me?

SYDNEY: I read his file.

JACK: Agent Grace’s?

A hint of defiance flashes in Sydney’s eyebrows.

JACK: You had no authority to do that.

SYDNEY: In the last three years, he has turned down half a dozen team assignment - instead, taking long-cover operations by himself. He’s a loner.

JACK: He’s a superior agent, and he’s agreed to be on this team – which is good enough for me.

MARSHALL: Um, sorry, didn’t mean to… it’s just that you said to let you know when –

GRACE: We’re ready to go.

MARSHALL: Yeah.

Sydney is still unsure about working with Thomas Grace.

ALIAS Intro

INT. PRISON – DAY

DIXON: Tell me about your contact, Alexander Dolzhenko.

SLOANE: Dolzhenko was an undersecretary in the Politburo. I had been working with him for the past decade.

DIXON: Trustworthy?

SLOANE: Reliable.

DIXON: Why is he insisting on meeting with you in person?

SLOANE: For his protection. After the Sovogda incident, we believed that the Russians killed all the infected. But according to Dolzhenko, they’ve kept some of them alive, and they’re pursuing treatment. Of course, the Russians deny that Sovogda ever occurred. So by passing the cure to me, Dolzhenko is risking his life.

DIXON: Suppose Dozhenko has been found out by the authorities. This could be his way of cutting a deal.

SLOANE: And you’re suggesting that I might be walking into a trap? Hmm? No. No. About the Sovogda incident, the Russians have no idea that I’m responsible.

DIXON: Then why has he agreed to meet with you at all?

SLOANE: $300,000.

DIXON: My job is to make sure in three day’s time, you return to this cell. I intend to do exactly that. When we’re in the field, you’ll follow my instructions explicitly. No questions. It’s my show.

SLOANE: Great.


EXT. PRAGUE – DAY

Sydney, Marshall, and Grace are inside a Ranger Rover parked near a coffeehouse. Marshall is working on his computer to pinpoint the location of the hacker.

GRACE: Sure you’re reading that right?

MARSHALL: Ehh…

GRACE: Seems like an unlikely place to hide an operation.

MARHSALL: It’s definitely him. I mean, the signal I’m getting is weak, but clean. The hacker’s right inside that building.

SYDNEY: Wi-Fi hotspot?

MARHSALL: Yeah. (continues working on computer) Must be using a laptop off-site. Know what? That’s okay. I got an idea.

Marshall opens up a case and fiddles with something.

MARSHALL: Okay. Got it. Here’s what we do. Pack of mints, right? (shakes tin case around) Microprocessor on the bottom of the case. It’s a relay. Get it within 5 feet of the hacker’s computer. It should allow me to clone the hard drive - might even tell us where the nerve agent is. Even better – offer him a mint. Inside each one is a tracking device. Don’t worry. He won’t die or something if he swallows it - just feel a little sick, a little nausea. If Gordon Dean has an operation here, chances are the hacker will lead us right to it.

GRACE: Got it.

Both Sydney and Grace reach for the mints, but realize they need to settle who is going to go in.

SYDNEY: (speaking Czech)

GRACE: What’s that?

SYDNEY: (smugly) That was Czech.

GRACE: I’ll fake it. It’s all sort of Germanish, right?

Grace concedes the pack of mints.

GRACE: Go for it.

Sydney takes the mints. Marshall seems to be glad that the issue was settled. Sydney walks into the coffeehouse.

SYDNEY: (comms) Okay, who am I looking for?

MARHSHALL: Far window, back to the wall.

SYDNEY: Baseball cap on backwards. Got it.

Sydney looks at the guy using the laptop and walks toward him.

SYDNEY: (Czech accent) You are American?

GUY: (confused) No.

SYDNEY: I just assumed… your hat. The Red Sox.

GUY: Oh.

SYDNEY: I like them, too. (smiles)

MARSHALL: (comms) Great, Syd. That’s perfect. I’m starting the clone now.

SYDNEY: Care for a mint? (opens case)

MARSHALL: Nice.

SYDNEY: They’re very good.

The guy takes a mint and pops it in his mouth. Sydney smiles at him.

MARSHALL: Hold on a second. Wait a minute.

GRACE: What is it?

MARSHALL: Well, I’m not the only one accessing this computer. Syd…

GUY: So you’re pregnant?

MARHSALL: (comms) Does your guy have two laptops networked together?

SYDNEY: (aloud) No.

GUY: No?

SYDNEY: A joke. Of course I am. (laughs)

MARSHALL: Syd, we have a problem. Someone beside me is piggy-backing off this computer. They’re trying to steal the bandwidth – which means the hacker doesn’t have a laptop at all, maybe a PDA or cell phone?

A young, blonde woman walks past Sydney and turns off her phone.

MARSHALL: Great, the signal just went dead.

SYDNEY: I got her. Blonde hair, brown jacket. She just left. She’s coming your way.

GRACE: There she is.

The blonde woman, Rachel Gibson, looks around her before getting into her silver Mini Cooper.

GRACE: (to Marshall) You’re going to want a seatbelt.

Rachel drives down the road in the opposite direction that the Range Rover is facing. Grace decides to do a quick 180 to catch Rachel.

MARSHALL: (buckling seatbelt) Wh- what are you doing?

GRACE: Following her.

Rachel turns right.

MARSHALL: Watch out!

The Ranger Rover nearly hits an oncoming motorcycle, which swerves out of the way.

MARSHALL: (waves to motorcycle) Sorry!

In order to catch up to Rachel, Grace takes a hard right, squealing the tires. Rachel notices the Range Rover is following her and takes a quick left into an alley.

GRACE: She made us. Hold on.

Grace takes a parallel alley. Rachel takes the Mini around a few more corners, but Grace manages to confront her in the oncoming direction. Unable to get past the Range Rover, Rachel swerves into the sidewalk and crashes. Grace steps out of the range rover and draws his gun.

GRACE: (points gun at Rachel) Hi there.

Rachel takes a couple of breaths before finally putting her hands up.

INT. PRAGUE HOTEL ROOM – DAY

Rachel is strapped to a chair. She struggles with the restraints.

Sydney leaves Rachel in a room by herself and closes the door.

SYDNEY: (to Marshall) Hey, did you get anything from her cell phone?

MARSHALL: No. The simm card is completely shattered. She says the phone broke when we hit her car.

SYDNEY: Well, more likely, it was a countermeasure. She smashed it when she realized you were chasing her. And if her people realize she’s gone - if there’s some protocol to check in that she misses, they’ll disappear as well.

GRACE: Maybe under the circumstance, you’d have done something different.

Sydney glares at Grace.

MARSHALL: O-kay. Um, uh, you talked to your father, right, Syd? I mean, what’s he want us to do?

SYDNEY: I’m going to talk to her again, see if I can get her to give up Substance 33 while there’s still time. Can you rig a voice stress analyzer?

MARSHALL: Yeah. Uh, sure. Just give me ten minutes.


EXT. OMSK – NIGHT

Sloane and Dixon are waiting next to their car for Dolzhenko.

SLOANE: Dolzhenko is typically a few minutes late.

DIXON: Half an hour is more than a few minutes –

Sloane’s cell phone rings. Sloane answers the call on his earpiece.

DIXON: Here we go. (uses his earpiece to listen in on the call)

SLOANE: Alexander.

DOLZHENKO: You deviated from my instructions. I told you to come alone.

SLOANE: He’s backup. He’s only here for my safety.

DOZHENKO: Do you have the money?

Dixon opens the back door of the car and takes out a briefcase with the money and opens it on the trunk of the car.

SLOANE: It’s all here, Alexander - $300,000.

DOLZHENKO: Our last job, where we parted company – be there by 8, alone this time.

Dixon shakes his head.

SLOANE: I can’t do that, Alexander.

DOLZHENKO: Then the deal’s off, and you lose your daughter’s cure.

SLOANE: Marcus…

DIXON: (sighs) No. (closes the briefcase)

SLOANE: If you’re concerned that this is a trick, an escape, you have my daughter. She’s all the insurance you need.

DIXON: Could be a trap. Russian police could be waiting for you –

SLOANE: It doesn’t matter to me. I have to see this through. What if it were your daughter, Marcus?

Dixon hands the briefcase to Sloane.

DIXON: Call me when you’re ready to be picked up. (turns off earpiece)

Dixon starts the car and drives away.

INT. PRAGUE HOTEL ROOM – DAY

Rachel is wearing monitors on her fingers as Sydney questions her.

SYDNEY: Three days ago, you hacked into a security system that facilitated the theft of a chemical weapon, Substance 33. (pointedly waits for an answer)

RACHEL: I want to contact the American Embassy. I’m a U.S. citizen, I have rights.

SYDNEY: You committed an act of terrorism. You forfeited your rights.

RACHEL: Honestly, I - I have no idea what you’re talking about.

Thomas Grace interrupts with a knock on the door.

GRACE: Hey. Rachel Gibson, traveling on a student visa issued two weeks ago. So what are you studying?

RACHEL: (pauses) Architecture. The Gothic influence.

GRACE: Well, that’s fascinating.

RACHEL: (matter-of-factly) It is.

Rachel rubs her restraints against her wristwatch, making a clicking sound. Grace notices and lunges toward her.

RACHEL: What are you -

GRACE struggles with her as he tries to grab her watch.

RACHEL: Get off of me! Let go of me! No! Don’t – let go!

GRACE: What is this?

RACHEL: Whoever you people are, you’re making a big mistake.

MARSHALL: (to Grace) Can I see that?

RACHEL: Pretty soon, there will be a ton of U.S. agents swarming this place looking for me.

SYDNEY: U.S. agents…?

RACHEL: (boldly) That’s right.

MARSHALL: It’s an ELT – Emergency Location Transmitter. She was trying to send a distress signal.

GRACE: Do we need to worry?

MARSHALL: No, looks like it’s still intact. The signal didn’t go out.

Rachel’s face falls.

SYDNEY: You’re scared? You should be. No one’s coming to rescue you.

RACHEL: I’m an operative for the U.S. Government, so unless you want to start a war with the CIA, I would suggest –

SYDNEY: Here’s your next problem, Rachel, we’re CIA.

RACHEL: Well, then this must be some… big misunderstanding. If you’re CIA, we’re on the same side.

SYDNEY: (to Grace) Call Langley. Verify her story.

Grace nods.

RACHEL: You can’t. We’re off-book. Black ops. Langley won’t verify us.

SYDNEY: That’s convenient.

RACHEL: Well, that’s the truth!

SYDNEY: I’ve had enough.

MARSHALL: Syd –

INT. APO – DAY

Jack is on the phone with Marshall.

MARSHALL: The stress analysis indicates she’s telling the truth.

JACK: That may be, but the more likely scenario is that she’s practicing a form of self-hypnosis to convince herself that what she’s saying is true.

MARSHALL: Well, I triple-checked my readings and filtered them against every known method of duping. She believes what she’s saying.

Sydney nods and looks over at Grace.

GRACE: What?

SYDNEY: Marshall, you and my father said the same thing – that Rachel believes what she’s saying. She believes she works for the CIA.

MARSHALL: Yeah, I think so. That’s right.

SYDNEY: (sighs) I need to talk to her.

Sydney goes into the other room to speak with Rachel.

SYDNEY: I want to tell you a story. Just… stop me if I get something wrong. You were approached in college, someplace public, in the quad or walking to class. A man asked you if you wanted to serve your country. When he told you it was for the CIA, you just – you couldn’t believe it. But you took the tests, and they were easy for you. It made you feel good about yourself. You probably started work at a false front, some phantom company that had you doing entry-level analysis. Maybe you wondered why you were never sent to Langley. Maybe you wondered why you weren’t being trained with other recruits. Then you got promoted. You met the director of your division, Gordon Dean. He offered you a position on his team. Dean took you under his wing. He convinced you that - you were so important, you just had to be out there, helping him save the world. How am I doing?

RACHEL: You read my file.

SYDNEY: No, I didn’t. Thirteen years, ago, the same thing happened to me. Only I had been lied to. What I was told was the CIA was, in reality, a criminal organization. I think you’ve been told the same lie. I know that you don’t believe me, Rachel. You think this is another interrogation tactic. It’s not. I think I can prove it.

RACHEL: You can prove it – that I work for a criminal organization…

SYDNEY: Your transmitter – where does the signal get received?

RACHEL: CIA Headquarters. Langley.

SYDNEY: You’re sure of that…?

RACHEL: I designed it myself.

SYDNEY: I’d like you to build a trace program, one that piggybacks onto the signal your watch sends out. If I’m right, it won’t go to Langley.

Rachel works on the computer and finishes the program.

RACHEL: Okay. It’s ready.

SYDNEY: Let’s do it.

MARSHALL: Okay. I’m going to send out a test signal. Whoever receives this will just assume you’re checking the system, okay? Here we go, and…

Marshall opens up the watch and presses a button. The watch glows a red color.

MARSHALL: … Testing.

The computer tracking the signal showings the signal originating from Prague traveling over to Langley.

MARSHALL: Yep. Went to Langley. (sighs)

Sydney looks at Rachel, who looks relieved. Suddenly, the computer beeps. The distress signal is being re-routed elsewhere.

MARSHALL: Wait a minute. No, it isn’t. That ping was just a ghost signal. It was meant to throw us off. It’s not going to Langely at all. Where’d it go? (follows tracing program) Prague. Vlasska Street.

SYDNEY: (to Rachel) What’s on Vlasska Street?

RACHEL: (pauses) Our office. It’s temporary so that Dean can oversee the transfer of Substance 33.

SYDNEY: Wait. Gordon Dean is in Prague?

RACHEL: Yeah. He’s right around the corner.

EXT. PRAGUE HOTEL BALCONY – DAY

Rachel looks out over Prague as she considers the truth she just learned.

JACK: (on phone) How’s she doing?

GRACE: About how you’d expect. She was told Substance 33 was developed by a terrorist cell and was being transferred to U.N. weapons inspectors.

JACK: Most likely, it’s being sold to the highest bidder. Does she know when the exchange is to be made?

GRACE: Tonight, but she says she doesn’t know where. She said it’s all classified, and all classified intel is stored on Dean’s own dedicated server.

JACK: What else? How much does she know about his operation?

GRACE: Dean calls it “The Shed.” She was recruited two years ago. Computer specialist. She’s willing to give us everything – mission history, suppliers, contacts… the works.

JACK: Without more background, it’s too risky to move on Dean. He could destroy his data before we have time to secure it. Marshall, can we access that server?

MARSHALL: Well, according to Rachel, Dean uses an encryption key that changes daily. But if I could get inside, I could crack the key and maybe download the entire hard drive.

JACK: Obviously, that’s too dangerous. What about the girl?

GRACE: (shakes head) She’s not a field agent. And her whole world is coming apart right now.

JACK: I don’t see another option. We have to recover Substance 33 before it trades hands.

Sydney goes out to the balcony to speak with Rachel.

RACHEL: What is it?

SYDNEY: We need some help.

Inside, Marshall explains the plan to Rachel.

MARSHALL: All you have to do is copy the encryption key and then bring it back to me, okay? Shouldn’t take me more than a couple of minutes to crack the code. Then - go back inside, all right? You think maybe you can open a remote access port to Dean’s server?

RACHEL: Yeah, from my workstation. Dean’s server has about a terabyte of data. I mean, that’s going to take you, what, an hour at 20 gigs a minute?

MARSHALL: Don’t worry. I can hop RAM while the data’s being transferred. I mean, unless they know where to look, it can’t be detected.

RACHEL: The encryption key is pretty massive. I mean, I don’t think I have anything big enough to copy it to.

MARSHALL: That’s okay. Got a little present for you. Okay? Just a little something I picked up – looks like a normal credit card, right? But you look closely – actually holds 240 Gigs of memory. Yeah. And it’s a working credit card. Just go shopping with it because it’s already at its limit. My wife – crazy with the clothes, Mitchell…

RACHEL: It’s clever.

MARSHALL: Yeah. I wanna tell you that I’ve been admiring you, too. Not, you know, in anything kind of creepy, weird, just - totally professionally. I mean, your hack on the NSA? Genius. Too bad it was being used for evil. Though, been there myself.

RACHEL: (quietly) Thanks.

MARSHALL: Hey, listen. You’re gonna be okay. All right? I have been through stuff way scarier. I’m still here.

EXT. RUSSIA – NIGHT

Sloane emerges from a doorway as a silver Audi pulls up. The door opens. ALEXANDER DOLZHENKO steps out of the car.

SLOANE: Alexander.

DOLZHENKO: Old friend.

The two men embrace.

SLOANE: So I did ask you asked. It’s just you and me.

DOLZHENKO: I’m sorry for my precautions. I’m sure you understand.

SLOANE: Of course.

DOLZHENKO: I’m eager to get this over as well.

SLOANE: (hands over the briefcase of money) You can count it.

DOLZHENKO: No. Please. (smiles) We’re friends. I trust you.

Dolzhenko places the briefcase in the backseat of his car.

SLOANE: So you have the cure.

DOLZHENKO: As I told you, it’s still experimental. But, uh, yes. So far the patients have made a full recovery.

SLOANE: Good.

DOLZHENKO: Come. It’s right here.

Dolzhenko unlocks the trunk of his car. Sloane lifts the trunk open to look inside. There doesn’t seem to be anything useful in the truck. A gun cocks. Dolzhenko points a gun at Sloane.

SLOANE: Alexander, please.

DOLZHENKO: No. Begging will not help you.

SLOANE: Whoever wants me dead… let me reason with them. I’ll pay them.

DOLZHENKO: “Whoever.” But Arvin - it’s me who wants you dead.

SLOANE: Sasha, why are you doing this? I’ve never done anything to you.

DOLZHENKO: Oh, yes. Yes, you have. I had a daughter in Sovogda myself. Because what you released, I didn’t even have a chance to bury my own child. I lied to you. Besides your daughter, there are no other survivors. No experiments, no cure.

Sloane is devastated.

DOLZHENKO: Yeah! It’s worse than dying, isn’t it? Knowing there’s nothing you can do to save your own child. Turn around.

SLOANE: No.

DOLZHENKO: (shaking) Turn around!

SLOANE: No. If you’re going to shoot me, I’m not going to make it easy for you. I know your pain, Sasha. Killing me won’t heal it. You’re not a killer. Don’t become one now. Don’t make this your daughter’s legacy.

Dolzhenko puts the gun down, with tears in eyes. Sloane closes his eyes, relieved. Dolzhenko gets in his car and drives away.

EXT. PRAGUE – DAY

Sydney is doing some last minute preparations to help Rachel with her mission in a van outside of The Shed’s office.

SYDNEY: I’ll be able to hear anything you say, even if it’s barely a whisper. If anything goes wrong, if you even sense that you are in jeopardy, we’ll pull you out. We’ll call off the mission.

RACHEL: (nods) Okay.

SYDNEY: Okay. That’s the easy part. The hard part… you have to walk back into that office and look everyone in the eye – your co-workers, Gordon Dean. You can’t let them see that you know the truth. When you’ve copied the encryption key, let me know. We’ll brush pass in the lobby like we said.

RACHEL: Okay. (pauses) How many of them know? How many of them are in on it?

SYDNEY: It’s impossible to say. In my case, it was half a dozen out of fifty agents. (pauses) Have you ever seen this man? (shows Rachel a picture of Michael Vaughn)

RACHEL: Yeah. Dean said he was a CIA agent who turned, and he’s… in custody outside Los Alamos. (realizes when she sees Sydney’s reaction) …That was a lie, too.

SYDNEY: His name is Michael Vaughn. He was a U.S. agent. But he was good man. Rachel, look at me. The reason I’m telling you this is because right now, you are our best chance at seeing Gordon Dean pay for what he’s done. He used you, Rachel. He used you to murder U.S. agents. (pauses) I believe in you.

Rachel nods. She gets out of the van and goes to the office. As she steps out of the elevator and into the office, she takes in her surroundings, looking over each of her co-workers. She heads to her workstation when she is interrupted.

PEYTON: Hey.

RACHEL: Peyton. Hey.

PEYTON, a woman with long, dark brown hair, walks up to Rachel, smiling. Peyton is the woman who stole the vials of Substance 33 in Istanbul earlier.

PEYTON: I thought you weren’t due in until tonight.

RACHEL: Yeah, I have some reports to clean up.

PEYTON: (senses something) You okay?

RACHEL: Rough weekend.

PEYTON: Well, if you wanna take a nap on the couch, I can hide you.

RACHEL: Thanks. I’m good, though. I’m gonna get to work.

PEYTON: Okay. Oh - don’t let Dean see you, or he’ll make you translate surveillance footage.

RACHEL: Yeah, you’re right.

Rachel walks over to her workstation and logs into her computer. A co-worker passes behind her desk and greets her.

CO-WORKER: Rachel.

Rachel nods to the co-worker as he goes past. She pulls out the credit card from Marshall, plugs it into a USB port on her keyboard, and begins to copy the encryption key. Meanwhile, Sydney is working on the computer as she, Marshall, and Grace wait for Rachel to finish copying the encryption key.

MARSHALL: (sighs) How long has it been?

SYDNEY: Since the last time you asked, 30 seconds. Look, she’s been in there 10 minutes.

MARSHALL: I’m sure she’s fine.

Rachel is still copying the encryption key when Gordon Dean comes by her desk. She quickly slides one of the disks off a stack on her desk to cover up the credit card USB drive.

DEAN: Rachel.

RACHEL: Hey.

DEAN: I don’t know whether to thank you or curse you.

Rachel doesn’t look like she understands what Dean is talking about.

DEAN: The book you recommended - Devil in the White City... I’m addicted. Truly! I was up all night reading. I never would have thought I’d be so, uh, fascinated by a serial killer. Somehow I find myself even... (chuckles) sympathetic.

RACHEL: Yeah, I guess.

DEAN: So, listen. Intel suggests that Iran is trying to buy a nuclear core from the French. But we’ll be in Paris next week. I need a prep report by the end of the day.

RACHEL: Okay. I’ll get right on it.

DEAN: Thank you. (leaves)

Rachel takes the credit card USB drive out and gets into the elevator.

RACHEL: (comms) I’ve got it. I’m on the way down.

SYDNEY: Great. I’m coming to meet you. We’ll brush pass just outside the door to your building.

PEYTON: Hey, hold the elevator. (steps into the elevator) You going for coffee?

RACHEL: Yeah. Last time I’m going to see the sun for a few hours.

PEYTON: Perfect. I’m dying for a smoke.

SYDNEY: (comms) Rachel, listen to me. We can still do this. We’ll do the pass right under her nose. Just follow my instructions. I’ll talk you through it.

Inside the van, Grace puts on his jacket.

SYDNEY: What are you doing?

GRACE: I’m going with you.

SYDNEY: No, you’re not.

GRACE: Yes, I am. If Gordon Dean can recognize you on sight, so can any of his agents. How do you say, “You’re welcome” in Czech?

Rachel and Peyton walk down the street.

RACHEL: I thought you quit.

PEYTON: I did… in the U.S. But here, everyone smokes. It’s a social necessity.

Grace positions himself behind Rachel and Peyton. Sydney, wearing sunglasses, plans her move across the street.

SYDNEY: Rachel, have the credit card ready in your left hand. I’m ten seconds away. Palm the credit card down by your side. Don’t look at me.

Rachel and Peyton stop so that Peyton can light her cigarette. Grace goes up to Peyton and offers her a light for her cigarette. When Peyton is distracted, Sydney walks by Rachel and takes the credit card. Rachel continues staring in the direction where Sydney went, away from Peyton and Grace.

PEYTON: (smiling, taking a good look at Grace) Thank you.

GRACE: You’re welcome.

Grace leaves. Peyton turns back to Rachel, who still looks distracted.

PEYTON: See? Social necessity. If I didn’t smoke, that never would have happened. But I suppose he’s not your type anyway, is he?

RACHEL: ...No.

Grace returns to the van.

GRACE: Remind me to ask her what that means – “not her type.”

Sydney gives him a questioning look.

GRACE: (to Marshall) How’s it going?

MARSHALL: Um, good. What kind of idiots don’t double-encrypt their firewalls? I could do this stuff in my sleep. Okay… we’re in. Let Rachel know.

SYDNEY: (comms) Rachel, Marshall’s decoded the key. You can open the access ports now.

Rachel and Peyton are just getting back into the office.

PEYTON: That’s what I love about our friendship – no competition.

RACHEL: Yeah.

PEYTON: You sure you’re okay?

RACHEL: Of course. It’s nothing a little caffeine won’t fix.

Peyton doesn’t seem convinced, but lets it go.

PEYTON: (smiles) Okay. (leaves)

Rachel goes back to her workstation and opens the access ports.

MARSHALL: Got it. She’s in.

SYDNEY: Rachel, good job. We’re in. This shouldn’t take too long.

Gordon Dean walks into his office. Peyton is waiting for him inside.

DEAN: Peyton. What is it?

PEYTON: I think we may have a problem.

DEAN: What kind of problem?

PEYTON: Rachel Gibson.

Gordon Dean checks Rachel’s computer activity log.

DEAN: I don’t know. She hasn’t done anything unusual from her terminal.

Dean checks her computer’s RAM usage. It’s excessively high.

DEAN: (laughs) She’s brilliant.

PEYTON: What? (leans forward to see his screen)

DEAN: She’s hopping RAM. She’s trying to stay undetected. (checks his computer) She’s copying everything on my server!

In the van, Marshall goes through files that they have finished downloading.

MARSHALL: One sec here. Substance 33. Shipping tonight. Budapest. Shipping container 1147. Great. I’ll let Mr. Bristow know.

Gordon Dean and Peyton discuss what needs to be done.

DEAN: She’s compromised everything.

PEYTON: I can eliminate her. She trusts me.

DEAN: No, it’s too late for that. Execute Plan B. (hands Peyton a key card)

PEYTON: Are you sure that’s necessary?

DEAN: Just do it quickly. I’ll meet you in the parking garage.

Peyton puts a key card into a machine and flips a row of switches, initiating a countdown.

MARSHALL: (getting back into the van) Okay, I spoke to Director Bristow. He contacted the Hungarian authorities. Once again, these bad guys picked the wrong dude to mess with. (checks the download progress on his computer) Huh. What’s that?

GRACE: What?

MARSHALL: There’s some RF interference. Should be able to compensate for it.

Just then, there’s a whirring noise in the office and all the computers turn off. Two black cars screech out of the building’s parking garage.

GRACE: Contact Rachel. See how she’s doing.

SYDNEY: (comms) Rachel, it’s me. Do you copy? Rachel? Rachel, if you can’t talk, cough.

MARSHALL: Oh, hell. The server’s down.

SYDNEY: Rachel, listen to me -

MARSHALL: It’s no use. They set off an EMP. They fried the electronics.

Immediately, Grace gets out of the van and races to the building. Rachel and her co-workers are unsure of what to do. The countdown is at 55 seconds.

RACHEL: (trying the comms) Are you there? Can anybody hear me?

When there is no answer, Rachel decides to leave. 19 seconds are left on the countdown. She tries the elevator, but it’s not working. Grace reaches the building, pulls the fire alarm on the first floor, and runs to the stairwell. 11 seconds. Hearing the alarms, Rachel goes toward the stairwell. 7 seconds. The bomb counts down and explodes, destroying the entire 10th floor and shaking the entire building.

Upon hearing the explosion, Sydney rushes out of the van.

MARSHALL: Syd. Syd, no.

Grace, who was knocked down during the blast, continues up the stairs to the 10th floor and finds the destruction. He hears a groan and finds Rachel under some debris in the stairwell. When he sits her up, Rachel begins coughing. Sydney reaches the 10th floor and finds them.

GRACE: She’s okay. She’s gonna be okay.

Rachel weakly looks up at her rescuers.

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Merci !

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Re !!! Félicitations Stanary!! Cest chouette ça!

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Pub aussi de mon côté

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y a vraiment trop de pub!

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t'as encore une pub?

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Désolée j'etaisj'étais occupée. Merci tite ! Plus de pub alors ?

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Vraiment trop!! Pas très longues mais à une fréquence!!! Au moins 6 pour 2h30

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Mais c'est bizarre ! Pour moi y a que 3 pubs normalement...

Titepau04 (23:27)

Bah d'habitude elles sont un peu plus longues mais moins fréquentes

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Même entre les 2 épisodes yen avait une

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Je pense qu'il y a eu 5 pubs en fait, 2 par épisode et une entre les deux

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Ah bah alors ils ont tout changé

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Je pense qu'ils ont fait parce que les épisodes étaient plus longs

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65 min par épisode

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Ah oui la je comprends mieux. J'avais jamais vu ça à la télé c'est pour ça

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Au pire regarde si une autre chaine diffuse la série

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Je crois pas qu'il y en ait d'autre ... c'était les derniers de la saison

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Et c'est déjà fini ?

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Yen a que 8

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8 épisodes ? ah mais c'est meilleur alors !

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Hello, le quartier Blacklist vous propose de venir voter pour ses HypnoAwards. Venez découvrir chaque jour une nouvelle catégorie! Vous avez oublié ! Pas de soucis ! Vous pouvez voter pour les catégories précédemment proposées et ce pendant les 15 jours que dure l'animation !

serieserie (09:29)

Heyyy! Lucifer vous attend pour son animation 'Le diable s'habille en Prada'!!

liliju (10:16)

Ca vous dit une ptite interview collective pour Noël sur le quartier Supernatural? je vous attend sur le topic spécial interview. Et n'oublier pas le calendrier de l'avent sur le quizz. Merci à tous. On ne peut rien faire sans vous

Titepau04 (10:32)

Bonjour !!!! Venez vous inscrire aux concours de Noël dans les quartiers de ncis Los Angeles et s club 7!!!
Et n'hésitez pas à commenter les calendriers au passage!!
Profitez-en aussi pour voter sur le sondage ncisla!!!! et pas besoin de connaître la série!

Titepau04 (10:33)

Calendrier de Noël pour les jolies sorcières de Charmed!!!

serieserie (12:22)

On oublie pas de venir voter pour le concours #OneChicagoOS sur Chicago PD

angie5 (12:35)

Bonjour, nouveau design pour le quartier de sous le soleil, vous pouvez commenter sur le forum dédié et n'hésitez pas à commenter les épisodes d'une famille formidable saison 13 diffusé depuis lundi !! et si vous voulez donner un coup de main, envoyez-moi un mp. merci. bonne journée. Bonne visite!!

mnoandco (14:44)

Hello, le quartier Blacklist vous propose de venir voter pour ses HypnoAwards. Venez découvrir chaque jour une nouvelle catégorie! Vous avez oublié ! Pas de soucis ! Vous pouvez voter pour les catégories précédemment proposées et ce pendant les 15 jours que dure l'animation !

mnoandco (14:45)

Le quartier Blacklist, en plus de l'animation HypnoAwards, vous propose de jolis calendriers pour ce mois de décembre. N'hésitez pas à venir voter, commenter vos choix, donnez votre avis sur ces créations!

mamynicky (15:01)

'Jour les 'tits loups Le quartier Empire voudrait connaître vos goûts en matière de chants de Noel.

chrismaz66 (16:40)

Mamy je déteste les chants de noël, ça m'file le cafard ! Mais bon je vais voter parce que c'est toi

chrismaz66 (16:42)

Choup nous a concocté des animations spécial 10 ans de ouf pour Torchwood, venez jouer, pas besoin de connaître la série! Apportez juste vos yeux et votre cerveau

Phoebus (18:20)

Bonjour, Photo de l'épisode et Review de l'épisode 8x06 (celui du 2 décembre) sur le quartier The Vampire Diaries.

Sonmi451 (21:27)

Merci voter dans préférence.

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