One thrilling combination Every move that she makes. One moment in her presence And you can forget the rest. For the girl is second best To none, Son. Give her your attention. She's the One? She's the He started as Sydney's handler while she worked as a double agent at SD Then he became a romantic partner after they brought SD-6 down. Then he morphed into a chilly acquaintance after he got married and became a French teacher during the two years when he thought Sydney was dead.
After rejoining the CIA and getting engaged to Sydney, Vaughn was seemingly killed by Prophet Five, and he was presumed dead for much of Alias ' final season. However, it was ultimately revealed that Vaughn's death had been a ruse designed by Jack Bristow with Sydney's knowledge to protect Vaughn from Prophet Five, which would stop at nothing to silence him. Before the start of the series, Vaughn was approached by a woman whose father worked with Vaughn's at the aforementioned criminal organization, and the two had been working together ever since to uncover more information about the secret group.
And after Vaughn was revealed to be alive, he and Sydney teamed up for one final mission following the destruction of Prophet Five, and Vaughn was instrumental in stopping the missile launch while Sydney fought with Irina. At the end of the series, Vaughn retired to the beach along with Sydney and their two kids. After finally assembling the final Rambaldi device in the Alias finale, Sloane shot Jack to distract Sydney and to force her to drop the Horizon, but he was then shot multiple times by Sydney in retribution.
At first, Sloane was elated, having achieved his ultimate goal, and he tried to share his joy with the apparition of his dead daughter, Nadia, whom Sloane had accidentally killed earlier in the final season in the name of his Rambaldi obsession. However, before Sloane could leave Rambaldi's tomb, he was confronted by a mortally wounded Jack Bristow, who'd strapped explosives to his chest.
Realizing that an immortal Sloane would mean that his daughter would never be safe, Jack decided to sacrifice himself to save Sydney.
He detonated the C-4 and caused a cave-in, which blocked off the entrance to the tomb and caused Sloane to be pinned underneath a massive pile of rubble. Still immortal, Sloane would never die from his injuries, but he also wasn't strong enough to dig himself out, leaving him trapped and alone in the dark for all eternity. After being fatally shot by Sloane, Jack realized he was dying, but he pretended to be stable in order to convince Sydney to go on without him.
He then struggled to his feet just long enough to send his daughter off, then collapsed as soon as she was out of sight. With the last of his strength, Jack used his final few moments to return to the underground chamber where Sloane was and trigger the explosion that trapped the immortal villain underground forever. Jack was far from a perfect father, but in his final act, he demonstrated once and for all how much he loved and cared for his daughter, making him the only one of the several parental figures in her life that ever truly put her first.
While Sydney could often seem like a one-woman army, she actually had a lot of assistance over the course of Alias. Some of her allies, such as her best friend Francie Merrin Dungey and her sister Nadia were tragically killed earlier in the series, while others such as Will Tippin Bradley Cooper and Eric Weiss Greg Grunberg left the series before it reached its conclusion. Will was forced into witness protection after the end of season two, although he returned a couple times, and he was last seen asking Sydney to be his best man midway through season five.
As for Weiss, he accepted a promotion early in season five working for the Department of Special Research in Washington, D. Rachel, Marshall, and Dixon all stuck with Sydney through the Alias finale, and the series' final moments let us know what happened to each character after they helped Sydney complete her last mission for APO.
We learned that Marshall and his wife Carrie Amanda Foreman had three boys, with another on the way, although we don't know for sure whether Marshall was still with the CIA.
And during a regular visit to Sydney and Vaughn's beach house, Dixon mentioned that Rachel was in the midst of a deep cover mission. Jimmy prepares to meet his fate - when a second interruption occurs. This time it is Mae, who has obtained a Presidential pardon from none other than President Franklin Delano Roosevelt played by the Lecturer. President Roosevelt charges Jimmy with a sacred trust: to go forth into the land and warn other children to beware the dangers of reefer.
The President promises Jimmy plenty of help getting the message out. This Patriotic Trio joins the group in a rousing production number, chock-full of American iconography "Tell 'Em the Truth". During the song, Jimmy leads the townspeople back to the Reefer Den and builds a gigantic bonfire to immolate bales of marijuana and other "dangerous items". Mary appears dressed as an angel, freed from Hell by Jimmy's heroic destruction of property, and ascends to heaven while vowing to wait in Heaven for Jimmy until he gets cancer or hit by a train.
The crowd sings:. Several songs were cut out of the show during its varying incarnations, though they have appeared on the original cast recording. They include:. I turned to Kevin and said 'What about doing Reefer Madness as a musical? Upon completion of the script, they approached award-winning director Andy Fickman , who accepted the project with great enthusiasm. But the music was great and I thought, 'God, if real singers were singing that. The play opened in a small equity waiver theater in Los Angeles for what the producers thought might be a two-week run.
Instead it played to packed houses for over a year and a half, captivating audiences and critics alike, winning 20 theater awards and breaking records. Many devoted fans came back time and again, dressed in costumes and shouting out the lines. Near the end of the original Los Angeles run, a number of major changes to the show were made: . Soon afterward, the Los Angeles production shuttered in preparation for the move to Off-Broadway.
At this point, Murphy and Studney made some additional changes to the text. Here are the major ones: . Their screenplay made many changes to the plot and the score. Adjustments to the score included: . After the movie was released, Dan and Kevin proved unable to resist the temptation to fiddle with the show one more time. Here are the major changes from the NYC stage version: .
The Squabblogic production was mounted as the Australian Premiere. It opened on July 24 at Cleveland Street Theatre and ran for 4 weeks. The original cast recording was released by Madness Records in , and has all the original songs i.
In October , Ghostlight Records released a soundtrack for both the original cast and the movie musical in a 2-disc CD set.
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