Alias Assumed: Sex, Lies and SD-6
Glenn Yeffeth, Kevin Weisman
BenBella Books, 2005 - Performing Arts - 234 pages
** COMPLETELY UNAUTHORIZED ** The hit television show Alias has developed a devoted, cult-like following of viewers with an appetite for adrenaline-fueled plots. This entertaining collection of essays offers new and clever observations on Alias's spies, gadgets, plot twists, and character motivations. From the multicolored wigs of Sidney Bristow to the undercover office romances and family angst, this tongue-in-cheek study offers interesting new theories and insightful pop culture impressions of one of television's most beloved new series.
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