Alias is one of the three shows I make time for -- I think it's great. But I'm concerned the show will burn itself out in one glorious season, leaving little for a second, much less, third season. There are two plot resolutions that invariably kill a show: 1) Romantic Tension resolved (e.g. Lois and Clark, Moonlighting) 2) Conspiracy Theory revealed (e.g. The X-Files) So far, (1) is not an issue for Alias, but I feel that (2) is being flirted with, dangerously. I can appreciate why they are not pulling any punches, with shows given very little time to develope audiences these days. But I fear that so much of the conspiracy is being revealed, that there won't be enough tension-fodder for the next season. Please tell me I'm wrong. Alias is too much fun, and I hope it only gets better.