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When a longtime CIA asset is killed Arthur (Peter Gallagher) suspects a former CIA analyst (Bruce Davison) convicted of treason, and currently held in solitary confinement in a maximum security prison, may be behind it. The CIA decides to look into both of the man’s daughters to see if they are involved.

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Annie’s (Piper Perabo) favorite Mossad agent (Oded Fehr) pops back into her life pretending to be an agent of the CIA in hopes of talking with an FBI informant, the co-owner of international construction firm involved in various illicit activities. Annie is tasked by Joan (Kari Matchett) to find out what exactly Mossad is after and why Eyad is so desperate to talk to the informant.

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When the hitting coach of the local minor league baseball team turns up dead from an overdose of amphetamines Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) are hired by the longtime manager (Danny Glover) to investigate. However, the investigation takes a dark turn when Shawn realizes his childhood idol (Michael Trucco) may be the murderer.

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Covert Affairs returns from break with Annie (Piper Perabo) a little lost. Her sister (Anne Dudek) is still distant and hasn’t yet come to grips with the truth of what Annie does for a living. Our covert spy has moved into a new apartment, and her recent unsuccessful mission to Venice, a simple pick up, leaves her shot at, bruised, and given a day off by Joan (Kari Matchett) to recover.

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Annie’s (Piper Perabo) by-the-book extraction of a defecting Chinese scientist (Benedict Wong) runs into problems when he starts showing symptoms of radiation poisoning. Taking precautions for herself and her family, Annie comes clean to her sister (Anne Dudek) about the radiation scare and what really does for a living. Let’s just say her sister could have taken the news a little better.

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The Third Season’s mid-season finale finds Neal (Matt Bomer) in a delicate balancing act, on several fronts. Peter (Tim DeKay) has called in his mentor (Beau Bridges) and is closing in on the one piece of the Nazi treasure that was sold. Mozzie (Willie Garson) has given Neal an ultimatium of 48 hours to decide on whether Neal will accompany him when he leaves New York. Oh, and Keller (Ross McCall) is still lurking around trying to uncover the treasure, and the hit Mozzie put on him certainly hasn’t enhanced his mood.

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Annie (Piper Perabo) receives two pieces of shocking news. The first is that her former college professor (Clarke Peters) is dead. The second is that not only was he was a member of the CIA but he was the person who first flagged her file for recruitment. Now the CIA needs Annie’s help for somewhere hidden in his possessions is vital data the CIA needs.

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Rumors of the Nazi submarine have brought Neal’s old friend Keller (Ross McCall) back to New York. At the same time Neal (Matt Bomer) and Peter (Tim DeKay) try to recover an Egyptian artifact that’s worked its way into Manhattan and into the hands of a respected Egyptologist and world class fence (Eliza Dushku). When the two cases cross paths everything goes straight to Hell.

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When seven oil executives are taken hostage in Mexico City, one of whom is a deep undercover CIA operative (Sonya Salomaa) on a time-sensitive mission, Annie (Piper Perabo) is sent down to assess the situation and provide intel for an extraction. Just to makes things a little more interesting, her team includes Joan (Kari Matchett) and Ben Mercer (Eion Bailey).

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A new case hits Jones (Sharif Atkins) close to home when a former friend (Jayson Williams) goes missing after sending him confidential information about the private security force he works for. Things don’t get easier when Jones has to ask his friend’s wife (Rochelle Aytes), a woman to whom he was once engaged, for help.

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