TV Series | TV-14 | | Action, Drama, Mystery
Sydney Bristow is an international spy recruited out of college, trained for espionage and self-defense.
Originally, Julian Sark (David Anders) was only supposed to be in a few episodes.
I used to think you didn't have much of a spine.
Vaughn: Has that assessment changed at all?
In virtually every episode where the characters are shown sneaking around in Eastern European or Asian countries, US-style electrical outlets are visible.
The first few episodes of the first season do not have the "My name is Sydney Bristow..." introductory monologue; neither does the later season 1 episode "Q & A." By midway through the second season, the opening narration (which by that point was no longer recited by 'Jennifer Garner') was replaced altogether with a recap of previous episodes.
Network Standard Definition broadcast is (usually) in full-screen. High Definition, as well as DVD releases are shown in their native aspect ratio, or in widescreen.
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