Covert Affairs (2010–2014)
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McQuaid is on the run, and Annie risks everything and comes to his help after he claims that somebody has set him up and he is not responsible for the Chicago bombing.

Director:

Larysa Kondracki

Writers:

Matt Corman (created by), Chris Ord (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Piper Perabo ... Annie Walker
Christopher Gorham ... Auggie Anderson
Kari Matchett ... Joan Campbell
Hill Harper ... Calder Michaels
Nic Bishop ... Ryan McQuaid
Peter Gallagher ... Arthur Campbell
Shawn Doyle ... Aleksandre Belenko
Perrey Reeves ... Caitlyn Cook
Nazneen Contractor ... Sydney
Amy Jo Johnson ... Hayley Price
Dylan Taylor ... Eric Barber
Richard Topol ... Maxim (as Rich Topal)
Rossif Sutherland ... Tony
Junior Williams ... CIA Investigator
Fane Tse ... FBI Agent
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Storyline

McQuaid has convinced Annie that he must have been set up from inside, so she agrees to help test prime suspect Caitlyn, his company deputy, who fails both him and the CIA. Calder still trusts Auggie, despite a formal sanction. The team finds a link to Georgian diplomat Aleksandre Belenko, who hired McQaid security for a crucial international DC peace conference, but may well be behind the Chicago bombing, perhaps linked with the Russian FSB, and actually has a gruesome plan of his own. Written by KGF Vissers

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Caitlyn knocks down Annie with a tire iron by throwing it at her legs. The when she gets up to chase Annie, she picks up the tire iron again, though it is only inches away from Annie's dropped gun, a seemingly better choice. See more »

Quotes

Ryan McQuaid: [finds explosives] This is not enough to exactly damage the place. But maybe they wanted to blow me up if the potassium didn't work.
Annie Walker: Well, maybe they wanted to just plant it on you.
Ryan McQuaid: They've already pinned Chicago on me. What else is there?
Annie Walker: [realizes] Something that hasn't happened yet.
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Performed by London Grammar
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26 August 2014 (USA) See more »

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