[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about the midseason finale of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]
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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Question: I was wondering if you have seen Fox's Americanized version of BBC America's Broadchurch, now called Gracepoint? I watched the BBC America miniseries and therefore I already know who did it. Now I am sure the American version will have a different person, but how different can these shows really be? Even David Tennant is in it, playing the part he played on Broadchurch. Your thoughts? — Amy
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Is the Annie Walker era over at the DPD?
After getting suspended and demoted to a desk job for keeping her heart ailment a secret on last week's Covert Affairs, Annie (Piper Perabo) is controlling her own destiny on Tuesday's episode (10/9c, USA): She quits! As seen in the ...