Son of a nutcracker, Covert Affairs , I’m hoping this situation with Ryan McQuaid is a red herring. If it turns out to be real, I’ll be angry for two reasons: a) because the move is so very cliché and b) because I’ve thoroughly enjoyed Nic Bishop as the more
In Covert Affairs , "Grounded," Annie's big secret gets out and sets into motion a chain of events that she struggles to handle while trying to get the real story on the person behind the Chicago bombing. Read More...
So far this season, every time Covert Affairs has introduced a potential antagonist, that person has then been disposed of very quickly. First Borz, then Ivan, and now Nathan in “Brink of the Clouds.” Now there is always the chance we’ll see Ivan again. more
Annie and Ryan join forces in this episode of Covert Affairs , titled "Brink of the Clouds." Meanwhile, Auggie's juggling act continues until something falls through the cracks. Read More...
Annie’s Paris adventure continued in “Embassy Row,” and this time we got Ryan McQuaid with her! I was expecting him to be out of the picture this week again. Nope! In fact, I was quite shocked when Annie and Ivan (Marton Csokas) almost literally ran into more
That was awkward in so many ways!
I'm not even sure where to start, but to say Covert Affairs Season 5 Episode 5 showcased characters in uncomfortable and compromising situations. It's not easy being a spy.
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Could Annie really leave the CIA?
Not if she has anything to say about it.
Through the course of her mission, she got into a car crash, but that was just the trigger to force her into confiding in Auggie about her heart condition. That and other more
“Elevate Me Later” was a great Covert Affairs outing for these reasons: Paris, solid Annie/Auggie time, the return of Natasha, Paris, Annie in a cute dress, Marton Csokas as the bad guy, no boring Calder side story, Annie in another cute dress, and Pari more