Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Project ....

Can you believe it? I went the entire holiday week without mentioning Project Christmas. HAHA!

I always thought it was sad- Sydney's story about Christmas. Her mother had just died and she was worried about who would take care of her. She overheard her father on the phone, talking about Christmas. She was relieved. Jack would look after her, he was taking care of her Christmas presents. Little did she know, he was grooming her for a life of espionage. Poor little Syd!

I love the holidays on Alias. Francie's birthday is a huge surprise at the end of season 1, and let's not forget the ragin' Halloween party where we first meet Alice in Wonderland. The gang gets together for Thanksgiving and Charlie proposes and how could we forget when Vaughn picks Sydney up a little something for Christmas?

How did all my spy-bloggies spend their holiday weekend? Share! And are there any more Alias holidays that I've forgotten?

5 comments:

kelhat said...

Yea! You're back! :) I loved that Thanksgiving episode where Charlie proposed...I loved Alias, well, all the time, but especially when it focused on the friendships and family ties. It seems like they only celebrated holidays during season 1...

Kiki said...

I know, just season 1. Lame. They did celebrate Nadia's birthday in season 4 too, that whole dinner at Sloane's house with Weiss and the chocolate cake. Not to mention Sydney snooping around to prove that Sloane had the black list. HAHA! I love Alias, even the holidays have secrets!

Page48 said...

For details on my holiday weekend, you need to refer to Singing in The Shower under Gin and Grin (see PVB's).

I don't think I left out a single pathetic detail.

Listen, if you can't hijack a public forum to wallow in self-pity, just exactly where can you wallow?

Robetron said...
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Robetron said...

You know, throughout the best part of ALIAS, there were plenty of referrences to Alice in Wonderland and other children's stories. I surely wish they would have maintained that part of the mystery. The direction of the end could have been very, very different, and obviously better.
-R.