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Alias Stars Admit They Didn’t Understand Show’s Mysterious Plot

Michael Vaughn actor Michael Vartan admitted that he also struggled to make sense of the show’s Rambaldi plot, saying:

Once they introduced the Rambaldi storyline, things definitely got more confusing and I had a hard time following. I think it was season 5, Victor and I were sitting next to see each other reading this script and he turned to me and he said, ‘Do you understand this?’ And I said, ‘I have no f—ing clue what is happening.’ That entire episode, we’re just basically reading lines we didn’t understand. I had to say — and I still remember this — stuff like, ‘the team developed something called micro encapsulated cytokines.’ Who remembers that 20 years later? Someone who literally spent six days learning that, that’s who.

Of course it’s no surprise to learn that actors are sometimes confused about the over-arching narrative of a show they’re on, as performers really only need to know their own scenes, and don’t have to concern themselves with things like larger story arcs and grand unifying ideas. But it seems that Alias proved a more confusing experience than most, at least for Vartan, Lumbly and Garber. But as Lumbly himself put it to EW, “The anchor of the show is, of course, the relationships in this intrepid group of people on a weekly basis trying to save the world, and the science fiction was like this bizarre icing on the cake.

Indeed when Abrams’ mystery box approach is working well, the intrigue it generates should feel like the icing rather than the cake. Thankfully on Alias and on Lost, the characters and their relationships were able to hold audiences’ interest even as things sometimes spiraled into insanity on a story level. With Alias now streaming on Disney+, the show’s many vexing mysteries can be revisited by fans, and apparently some of the series’ actors will be binge-watching right alongside those fans in hopes of clearing up their own lingering questions about what exactly happened.

Source: EW


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Alias Stars Admit They Didn’t Understand Show’s Mysterious Plot

Michael Vaughn actor Michael Vartan admitted that he also struggled to make sense of the show’s Rambaldi plot, saying:

Once they introduced the Rambaldi storyline, things definitely got more confusing and I had a hard time following. I think it was season 5, Victor and I were sitting next to see each other reading this script and he turned to me and he said, ‘Do you understand this?’ And I said, ‘I have no f—ing clue what is happening.’ That entire episode, we’re just basically reading lines we didn’t understand. I had to say — and I still remember this — stuff like, ‘the team developed something called micro encapsulated cytokines.’ Who remembers that 20 years later? Someone who literally spent six days learning that, that’s who.

Of course it’s no surprise to learn that actors are sometimes confused about the over-arching narrative of a show they’re on, as performers really only need to know their own scenes, and don’t have to concern themselves with things like larger story arcs and grand unifying ideas. But it seems that Alias proved a more confusing experience than most, at least for Vartan, Lumbly and Garber. But as Lumbly himself put it to EW, “The anchor of the show is, of course, the relationships in this intrepid group of people on a weekly basis trying to save the world, and the science fiction was like this bizarre icing on the cake.”

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Indeed when Abrams’ mystery box approach is working well, the intrigue it generates should feel like the icing rather than the cake. Thankfully on Alias and on Lost, the characters and their relationships were able to hold audiences’ interest even as things sometimes spiraled into insanity on a story level. With Alias now streaming on Disney+, the show’s many vexing mysteries can be revisited by fans, and apparently some of the series’ actors will be binge-watching right alongside those fans in hopes of clearing up their own lingering questions about what exactly happened.

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Source: EW

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Alias Stars Admit They Didn’t Understand Show’s Mysterious Plot

Michael Vaughn actor Michael Vartan admitted that he also struggled to make sense of the show’s Rambaldi plot, saying:

Once they introduced the Rambaldi storyline, things definitely got more confusing and I had a hard time following. I think it was season 5, Victor and I were sitting next to see each other reading this script and he turned to me and he said, ‘Do you understand this?’ And I said, ‘I have no f—ing clue what is happening.’ That entire episode, we’re just basically reading lines we didn’t understand. I had to say — and I still remember this — stuff like, ‘the team developed something called micro encapsulated cytokines.’ Who remembers that 20 years later? Someone who literally spent six days learning that, that’s who.

Of course it’s no surprise to learn that actors are sometimes confused about the over-arching narrative of a show they’re on, as performers really only need to know their own scenes, and don’t have to concern themselves with things like larger story arcs and grand unifying ideas. But it seems that Alias proved a more confusing experience than most, at least for Vartan, Lumbly and Garber. But as Lumbly himself put it to EW, “The anchor of the show is, of course, the relationships in this intrepid group of people on a weekly basis trying to save the world, and the science fiction was like this bizarre icing on the cake.”

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Indeed when Abrams’ mystery box approach is working well, the intrigue it generates should feel like the icing rather than the cake. Thankfully on Alias and on Lost, the characters and their relationships were able to hold audiences’ interest even as things sometimes spiraled into insanity on a story level. With Alias now streaming on Disney+, the show’s many vexing mysteries can be revisited by fans, and apparently some of the series’ actors will be binge-watching right alongside those fans in hopes of clearing up their own lingering questions about what exactly happened.

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Source: EW

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