Sydney doesn't know what to do. Ana sees her and gives her a triumphant smile. Sydney expositions, "Ana's in the vault." She yells at Dixon to fix the descrambler. Dixon says that Ana's back-up is jamming their signal, and he'll find them. Ana, acting crazy-sexy-cool, grabs the case from the vault, saunters up to the glass barrier, kisses it, and waves good-bye. Sydney tries to narrow her eyes and look menacing, but mostly looks dumb and young. Ana leaves a big lip-print. Well, we know she's not wearing Lipfinity.
Right before Ana and the case drop into the duct she rose out of, the alarms sound, and guards are just about to pour into the vault. Sydney tells Dixon to find out who's cutting their signal, and how. Cut to Ana sashaying out with the rest of the crowd. She tells her back-up in Spanish that she got the goods. Meanwhile, Dixon spots the van holding Ana's crew and rams it on the side. It tips.
Ana saunters. A guard stops her and asks to check her bag. Ana asks why. He tells her to just show him the contents of the bag. Ana says of course, and as he reaches for the bag, sucker-punches him. She runs. Vault Of No Return. The descrambler descrambles. Sydney escapes and drops through the vent.
The music's doing a good job here -- I actually feel tense! I feel it! Sydney sheds her shoes and runs down the hall. She yells to Dixon that she's going to try and cut Ana off. A lot of kids down at the forums felt that Sydney runs funny. It's true, but I'm wondering if that's because Sydney's trying to go at warp speed down a slick hallway in bare feet and a long, tight, dress with a big mane of hair. Also, I think SD-6 or the CIA should really get Sydney some special bras, because the bouncing can't be good for the breasteses.