And that was just during the first five minutes (Jennifer Garner is easily one of the hottest women in Hollywood today).
I was surprised by how many revelations were made during this episode, especially with the destruction of the Alliance. I had a feeling that Zarc had a role to play with Sloan and the revelation that Sloan had known about his two Bristow double agents the entire time was a stroke of genius (really explains why he was so willing to protect them at all costs).
While I'm not to sure about the relationship thing between Sidney and Vaughn I did like the idea of Francie and Will getting together - altho I guess that's over with now. The death of Francie was probably the most shocking thing to happen in the episode and really sets itself up for some exciting stuff. As for Dixon - I have the feeling he feels completely betrayed by Sid's lack of trust (telling him the truth about SD-6 only when she was forced to) and I hope that he will find a way to work with the CIA and team with Sid again. I am also hoping that the techno genius will find a new home with the CIA. Should be interesting to see what role Sloan's new network will play and if it will have any connection to Sidney's mother (who is still in CIA custody and been gradually earning the trust of Jack, Sidney and the entire CIA).
"Never give in--never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy."
- Prime Minister Winston Churchill
"Si vis pacem, para bellum."