Christopher Gorham is back in the director's chair for the third time for Thursday's episode of Covert Affairs — and it's unlike any one he's helmed before.
For starters, he's in it. A lot. That usually isn't the case when a star directs, but Gorham, who was scheduled for the midseason premiere, ended up with Thursday's episode after he asked to switch so he could go on his family summer vacation. "They were very kind to bump me to the second one," Gorham told reporters on a conference call. "So that we could take the ...
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Auggie told Annie that he was done lying for her on Covert Affairs' summer finale — and it looks like she's done talking to him too.
When the USA drama returns Thursday with the final six episodes of Season 5, Annie (Piper Perabo) will be pursuing Belenko (Shawn Doyle), who was behind the Chicago attack, in Istanbul. It seems like everyone knows this, except Auggie (Christopher Gorham), as seen in the exclusive sneak peek below.
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"In the meantime, Annie ...
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Did he or didn't he?
All signs — you know, like a floor plan layout in a bunker — point to McQuaid (Nic Bishop) being the mastermind behind the Chicago facility bombing on Covert Affairs. But in the closing moments of last week's episode, he convinces Annie (Piper Perabo) that he was framed and she lets him go — after which she lies to Auggie (Christopher Gorham) about being in contact with him.
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On Tuesday's midseason finale (10/9c, USA), we'll know for ...