I'd call this a "breather" episode, but there was so much packed into it. It was pretty cool to hear Roger Moore's voice engaged in the world of spies, I swear I even heard some of the James Bond theme when he first showed up. Quite the double-cross he put on Arvin, who's seriously going to get more and more pissed about the detente with Kasanov and the Alliance. Sidney's getting tested for being the Prophecy was a bit X-File-like. Having Lindsay Crouse play the wacky DSR lead was cool, I half-way expected Riley Finn (Buffy) to show up. Stephen (Joey Slotnick) is one I'd like to slap around, what a promotion hound he is. Emily Sloane seemed to let on that she knows what Arvin does. It was all in her eyes. The whole Will and Francee thing was a little out of the blue, but as long as it keep them off Sidney's back, I guess that's good. The Vatican break-in (okay, had to roll my eyes on this one) was a bit far-fetched, but when you gotta know, ya gotta know. Next week even looks more interesting (How do they keep us on the edge of our seats).