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A lead in the money behind the Chicago bombing sends Annie (Piper Perabo) and Auggie (Christopher Gorham) to Paris where Auggie is forced to balance his feelings for his recent ex and his new girlfriend Hayley (Amy Jo Johnson) while attempting to woo his old girlfriend Natasha (Liane Balaban) into helping the CIA break into the Paris bank’s security. How’s that for complicated?

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After Annie (Piper Perabo) is caught in a traffic accident while trailing a member of the NSA (Michael Cram) who Auggie‘s (Christopher Gorham) source believes in the leak responsible for the attack on the CIA Chicago field office, Covert Affairs takes the time for Annie’s heart-to-heart with her handler discussing her medical condition and how it was diagnosed and treated with the help of Eyal (Oded Fehr). Fearing the hospital blood work might expose the secret she’s worked so hard to conceal, and end her role as a field operative, Annie redoubles her efforts to prove her theory before her medical records make it to Joan‘s (Kari Matchett) desk.

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When Annie (Piper Perabo) and Ryan McQuaid’s (Nic Bishop) attempt to get out of Venezuela falls through the pair are stuck hiding out in Caracas with their critically-injured prisoner who is their only link to the bombing of the C.I.A.’s Chicago offices. Keeping the man alive as long as possible, Annie is able to extract the codename of his contact in Washington which Auggie (Christopher Gorham) decides to let a paranoid former agent run down when official leads find nothing on “The Postman.”

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Intelligence that the one remaining member of the terrorist cell responsible for the attack on the CIA offices in Chicago leads both Annie (Piper Perabo) and Ryan McQuaid (Nic Bishop) to Venezuela to track him down. Despite realizing the skills and resources each other bring to the table, Annie and McQuaid fight working together as each attempts to one-up the other to stay one-step ahead of their competition.

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Four months after killing Henry Wilcox (Gregory Itzin) in Hong Kong, and eight months since her last official assignment for the agency prior to faking her own death, Annie (Piper Perabo) resurfaces to return to work for the CIA. Despite several unanswered questions as to what Miss Walker has been up to since we last saw her (which have left her with a medical condition she decides to hide from her coworkers), Calder (Hill Harper) has no choice but to immediately reinstate his best agent back into the field when an old enemy (Haaz Sleiman) of hers resurfaces in Chicago as part of a terrorist plot.

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covert-affairs-season-four-dvdThe Fourth Season of Covert Affairs sets Annie (Piper Perabo) up against her most ruthless opponent yet when she risks everything to take down Henry Wilcox (Gregory Itzin). Pairing Annie and Auggie (Christopher Gorham) up romantically for the first time, it’s an uneasy road for the couple with Annie’s new mission and the arrival a trio of new characters in Calder Michaels (Hill Harper), Arthur‘s (Peter Gallagher) terrorist son Teo Braga (Manolo Cardona), and Auggie’s not-so-dead former partner and wife Helen Hanson (Michelle Ryan) who will play major roles is disrupting their lives over the course of the season.

Highlights from the season include the fruition of Henry’s master plan, Annie choosing to fake her own death to pursue Henry and her painful reunion with Auggie following the death of Helen, Vincent Rossabi (Noam Jenkins) getting screwed over by Annie and the CIA again, Annie attempting to turn Henry’s ex-wife into an asset, an undercover mission in Hong Kong, and the finale pitting Annie against Henry for the final time.

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Weekend Reviews

by Cap'n Carrot on October 21, 2013 · 0 comments

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Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for Escape Plan, DVD reviews of Embrace of the Vampire and The Third Season of Hawaii Five-0, comic reviews for the latest issue of The Shadow and first issue of Batman ’66, and the latest episodes of Covert Affairs, Elementary, White Collar, The Crazy Ones, and The Big Bang Theory.

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News of Teo’s (Manolo Cardona) death, and that the terrorist people believe is responsible for the attack in Denmark is Arthur‘s (Peter Gallagher) son, leaves Arthur under military arrest, Joan (Kari Matchett) relieved of her duties and hospitalized with stress-caused pregnancy complications, and Annie hunted and alone in the cold in Germany. That doesn’t stop our heroine from setting out to take down Henry Wilcox (Gregory Itzin) and get some justice for her fallen friend. Thankfully Annie still has some friends in the CIA including Auggie (Christopher Gorham) who, despite still being under review, ropes Barber (Dylan Taylor) and another tech into getting Annie the intel she needs to find out what Henry was doing in Frankfurt in the hours leading up the attack.

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With the help of  Auggie‘s (Christopher Gorham) new Hummingbird program, Annie (Piper Perabo) tracks down Teo (Manolo Cardona) in Scotland to convince the terrorist to meet face-to-face with Arthur (Peter Gallagher) and help turn Teo’s colleague (Juan Riedinger) the CIA has in custody. When Joan (Kari Matchett) can’t stop Calder Michaels (Hill Harper) from digging into Annie’s connection to Teo she transfers Annie out of the DPD.

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Annie (Piper Perabo) heads to France with Auggie’s ex-wife Hanna (Michelle Ryan), who Auggie (Christopher Gorham) is surprised to learn has been working deep undercover for Arthur for seven years since faking her death, to recover the five missing stinger missiles from the Interpol agent (Carlos Leal) who appropriated them for Henry Wilcox (Gregory Itzin).

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