Well, hello, Spy Daddy! He says, "It's all right, the room's clean. No one's listening." And...how would he know that, exactly? And isn't the whole point of the show thus far that you can't really know/trust anyone? KEE-rikey! Sydney asks why he's doing this. He says he's here to tell her what she already knows, since it makes their cover more believable. Um, how would that be, exactly? By alerting all of SD-6 that something weird is afoot? I mean, he spent his whole life hiding this from her, so wouldn't SD-6 think it's weird that he's revealing it NOW? I mean, when they kill someone's fiancé, I wouldn't feel too secure about them respecting the father-daughter bond, here. This script must look like a big piece of Swiss cheese when you hold it up to the light.
Jennifer Garner does the worst acting job I've seen from her thus far, and that includes on Time of Your Life and Dude, Where's My Car? which I ONLY saw because Ashton Kutcher is, like, nuclear-reactor hot. I'm not made of stone, people! She says, "When Danny was killed..." and then she squeaks. She actually makes a little fake squeaky noise. It's almost like a Carol Burnett parody of a bad actress trying to play a dramatic role. Maybe we're not in on the joke? Anyways, she says, "Dad, did you know? Did you know that's what they were going to do?" He admits it. She slaps him. Then she wrinkles up her face and says, "Don't you ever speak to me, again!" Oy, vey. Jennifer Garner is one sad platypus (tm Keckler)! Also, how the hell does she plan on working with him to bring down SD-6 if she just told him to never speak to her again, hmm? Once again: script + holes = doily or origami, not a believable plot. She stalks out. Spy Daddy looks sad.
Sydney sits in a mall, and I think it's the Beverly Center, but I'm not sure, and scrawls down ALL THE INFORMATION WE JUST HEARD in the spy meeting on a brown paper bag. Document retrieval, Dixon will imitate Nabor, Sydney will steal money to buy documents instead. Umm, so, couldn't we have skipped most of that meeting (except for the Marshall parts, of course) and just seen this and chopped about two minutes off this show? Arrgh. She makes the phone call and does the drop.
Sydney's Apartment Of Constant Reminders Of Her Lost Love. She puts up a picture of herself and Danny. Just then "Joey's Pizza," Vaughn's dummy name, calls. She says, "Wrong number."