Annie Walker is removed from the CIA training school and thrust into the inner sanctum of the Agency for what appears to be their need of her exceptional linguistic skills, but there may be something or someone from her past that her CIA bosses are really after. At the agency, she meets Auggie Anderson, a CIA military intelligence agent, blinded while on assignment, who quickly becomes her friend and confidant; Arthur Campbell, the CIA's formidable director of Clandestine Services; and her new boss Joan, who happens to be married to Arthur. Annie meanwhile lives with her older sister Danielle, a married mother of two, whom she keeps a very large secret. Written by
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"Kiisu" means "kitten" in Estonian, but it's a fairly common word and its usage isn't regionally limited as Dr. Mark Ramsay claims. However, it's true that a Russian probably wouldn't have used it, also because it's not the most common way to say "cat" in Estonian, as Dr. Ramsay correctly notes. The most common word for "cat" is "kass". See more
At the start of the episode, Annie is the first to perform a parachute jump that the instructor warns is from 2000 feet AGL (above ground level). He urges everyone to pull their ripcord as soon as they exit. Annie falls a full 30 seconds (during the credits) before pulling her ripcord. During that time, she would have fallen 5500 feet if she didn't hit the ground first. See more
[getting a whiff of Annie's perfume
Jo Malone grapefruit?
Am I wearing too much perfume?
No. No, it's very subtle. A lot of the ladies around here lay it on so thick, it's like they're chumming for hammerheads.
Written by Portugal. The Man
Performed by Portugal. The Man See more