Covert Affairs: Season 2, Episode 11

The Wake-Up Bomb (1 Nov. 2011)

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While Annie searches for a new safe house, she is assigned to surveillance duties on a pair of brothers who may be plotting an attack against the Spanish government. Meanwhile, Jai launches a power play to get away from Arthur.



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Episode credited cast:
Arthur Campbell (credit only)
Xabier Etxarte
Gorka Etxarte
Adelaide Humphreys ...
Avigail Humphreys ...
Jon De Leon ...
Dean Copkov ...
Stunt Compadre #1
Stunt Compadre #2
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By pure luck, Annie survives a bumbled handover in Venice and faces moving out of her sister's home. Jai asks his frat mate Cameron to be summoned in the normally already closed investigation, which stirs his father Henry Wilcox to work all his connections. Xabier Etxarte, the sexy Basque restaurateur Annie has a mutual crush on, is the brother of recently released ETA terrorist Gorka, so she's ordered to stay around, whatever that takes. Written by KGF Vissers

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Annie complains that Joan's order to return to the Etxarte restaurant is going to be interpreted by Xavier as her (Annie) wanting to sleep with him. When the show cuts next to the Etxarte, the song playing (in Spanish) says "My mother, my mother, we are sleeping together between your arms". See more »


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