Poor Nadia! She wakes from a coma and is given false hope for the future. Thrust into the world of Rambaldi after being found, undercover in the Chechnyan prison, Nadia hasn't had a moments peace. From her evil aunt playing caretaker, to her up and down relationship with her father, her kidnapping by Ana Espinoza, her zombie state and her fight with Sydney, you think the writers would have cut the girl some slack. Nope. She lost Weiss and she lost her life, all in the name of eternal life- how ironic.
I had always figured Sloane was after something to cure his own loss. He was turned on to Rambaldi because the man promised long life- without death, without cancer. He lost Jacqueline, he lost Emily and in the end, he lost Nadia, all the people he wanted to protect, to save, to have with him for all eternity. Sad. Especially for Nadia, who seemed to be an innocent bystandered.
I love this scene because it is a final moment. It is Nadia, returned to the family she always wanted, to her sister and her new neice. The moment is filled with promise, with life- as this woman who nearly died holds a baby- each starting out fresh and new. I also love that Sydney is so proud to show off little Izzy. It is an amazing scene which only makes Nadia's final death scene that much harder to take.
PS. The remaining CD's are out in the mail. Please let me know when you get them! That means you Colleen!