A crucial agent crumbles under emotional distress and threatens to topple a valuable network of KGB informants.

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Elizabeth seduces an asset whom she seeks to gather critical Intel from however he beats her with a belt to sexually satisfy himself. Philip is so angered by the physical scars he sees on her back he exacts the ultimate revenge however nothing can help mend the emotional rift between Elizabeth & Philip. Written by Geoffrey

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COMINT stands for communication intelligence. See more »

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After Nina enters the room of her KGB boss with the tea, she unties the bow of her blouse. He asks, "Why now?" When the camera returns to her, she unties the bow again. See more »

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25 May 2013 | by (Winnipeg) – See all my reviews

Comint is a good episode. These are the following reasons why: One see how emotionless, cold and professional spies can be. Liz can have sex, extract information and get abused with no emotional attachment. The hunt for the F B I decoder is a hart pounding experience. The F B I shows how you play with a marks emotions and create a mole. I wonder watching Comint if the agents are adrenaline junkies? I also wonder if there is a few social paths are in the spy games? Comint episode explains the term cold war. There is a war going on where people are killed and undermined, but the war is fought covertly! Worth watching! I give Comint a seven out of ten.


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