As is appropriate for an episode with a title as blunt as "Dead," Covert Affairs ' mid-season return didn't waste any time tossing us back into the frying pan of Annie's life. Read More...
Annie Walker's dead.
At least the CIA Operative Annie Walker is gone. She was shot to death by Calder Michaels and in her place a new woman was resurrected, Jessica Matthews. This new dark-haired woman has one single focus: bring down Henry Wilcox. more
In this episode of Covert Affairs , Annie starts a new life so that she can get close to Jai’s mother, while Calder and Auggie work together to keep everyone in the dark and break loose Henry’s ties.
That was one heck of a fall premiere. As I watche more
"Levitate Me" didn't really get us any closer to finding out the truth about Teo, or closer to any kind of resolution of anything we saw this season, Read More...
In the Covert Affairs Season 4 summer finale, called “Levitate Me,” Annie decides to go all-out in the war against Henry Wilcox, taking things to a level that will mean an end to her life as she knows it.
Well, it took a while, but we finally got t more
And, it all comes back to where it started.
In the season 4 premiere , the story began with Annie heading up the elevator to face off against Calder and losing their gun fight. And, in " Levitate Me ," the truth behind that confrontation was revealed more
If Season 3 merely dabbled in Annie and the DPD's potential for darkness, Season 4 has embraced it completely. Read More...
In this episode of Covert Affairs , we learn what Henry wanted with the missiles, the mystery of Calder deepens, Annie and Auggie don’t spend any time together and Arthur discovers the ultimate price of his secrets.
Poor Teo. I had a feeling he coul more