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Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family 

Based on a true story. In order to protect his family, Danny Arno chooses to include his family in his work for the FBI, rather than hide it from them. Meet the Arnos: Danny Arno Undercover... See full synopsis »

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 Barbara Arno 24 episodes, 2000-2001
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 Celeste Arno 24 episodes, 2000-2001
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Based on a true story. In order to protect his family, Danny Arno chooses to include his family in his work for the FBI, rather than hide it from them. Meet the Arnos: Danny Arno Undercover intelligence agent freelancing for the FBI, DEA, Department of Justice, Interpol ... and for places like Fullstar Buick of San Diego, where he was once salesman of the month. Born and bred in New Jersey, he grew up torn between career aspirations in acting and law enforcement. Ultimately, he chose both. Barbara Arno Danny's wife and personal muse, she is employed as a C.I. (Confidential Informant) for the same government agencies Danny works for. She loves danger, Danny, and her three kids - but not necessarily in that order. Does all she can to provide a normal, healthy environment for her family, which means plenty of home-cooked meals, helping the kids with their homework, and strict rules against playing in the munitions closets. Celeste Arno at 16 years old, the oldest child in the Arno family...

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5 March 2000 (USA)  »

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USA network has a winner here
21 September 2000 | by See all my reviews

This show is great---I stumbled across it back in April and have been a loyal viewer since. It's not as complicated as "Law and Order" so when I need a Wednesday night show to relax in front of, it's Cover Me. I agree with the viewer from San Jose; Michael Angarano is fantastic in this show. He has a lot of confidence for someone so young. I remember him in the McDonalds commercial---he got a lot taller !! I hope USA keeps this quality show on for a while.


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