She is able to reach Frankfurt, evade pursuit, and discover that Henry had dinner with a woman there on his way to Copenhagen. I was really proud of the show in these few past episodes Annie finally tells Auggie about the heart condition, revealing that she went to Eyal to get it diagnosed without the CIA’s knowledge. Retrieved November 15, Eyal allows himself to be captured so that Annie can escape. We liked the fact that somehow, by the end of the finale, Belenko and Annie had broken through to this kind of uneasy alliance. But in the same respect, he is a proud and true spy. Henry’s secret file contains evidence that Arthur is covertly sending money to a Colombian “terrorist” named Teo, also known as “the Puma”.

Oded Fehr reprised his role as Eyal Lavin, a Mossad agent, in two episodes. Season 4 felt like a knockoff of The Bourne Identity the movie franchise, not the book which had little to do with it only with an even less-believable protagonist and more ridiculous antagonist. They find her and take her home to Joan. Season one of Covert Affairs comprises eleven episodes. Retrieved September 15, Arthur is barely able to warn Joan, who kills another assassin sent to their house.

When Annie cannot stay in her home due to the memories of being shot by Lena, Eyal offers her his Washington apartment.

She feels uncomfortable around Hector and asks Simon to cut their vacation short.

Retrieved November 2, Sana then breaks off cooperation with Annie, saying that she has become a monster like Henry. It’s with a unified front and a clean slate that we close the book on Season 4 and look forward to Season 5 sometime next summer. They prepare to leave with the virus until Chinese operatives obtain it.

I too am very curious to know more about Ben Mercer. Arthur admits to Annie and Auggie that the alleged affair is a ruse to protect Joan from involvement in Arthur’s problems, but Auggie knows more about this than he is yet telling Annie. As the exchange starts, the informant is killed. She tells Auggie to have the hotel evacuated and they both go there. Calder and Joan grab Mashkov, the Russian embassy officer, off the street and threaten to expose him as having given secrets to Sydney unless he gives them all the Aeason files on Belenko.


Arthur refuses to allow Auggie access to the evidence against Annie. Can we tone it down, please? Retrieved November 3, Arthur bails out Auggie and sends him back to his former position under Joan, who orders him to undergo therapy.

Is it in his nature? Wilo, Annie, and Ryan travel to Deckard’s last known address in Buenos Aires and find that he is in jail im an unrelated matter. To me the bd was just a new excuse, Henry has wanted to get rid of Arthur for a long time.

An MI6 operative Tony Curran mistakes Annie for an actual Smithsonian employee and attempts to recruit her for a covert op he bases on a hunch about a “dodgy” art restorer at the museum.

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Fox Drama Opts to ‘Remove’ Embattled… Joan gave birth to a baby. Season 5 better feature more Eyal.

Unfortunately they killed the show off with a boring season 5 end of story! Joan returns to work in an obscure CIA office, and Arthur is released to house arrest to be with her.

He proposes that they work together, saying his intention is to capture Borz, interrogate him privately for an hour, then turn him over to the CIA. Retrieved June 27, Need more intrigues and less goody goody Ugh, and Annie, her big plan was to get in trouble and Covert Affairs fans, what did you think of the finale?

Without consulting Sana, Annie launches her plot against Henry by planting the evidence on David’s computer, whereupon he is taken away for questioning by Interpol. Auggie eventually learns that a false passport was found on her the one she took to Cuba and tracks down the man who made it, but arrives just after Lena has killed him.

Henry as the scorpion on the frog’s back was such an insult, he’s arguing this stuff is just his nature, but real people aren’t like that, real people are the heroes of their own stories and at no point did I believe Henry Wilcox was plausible, so his downfall was pointless once we got to him saving Annie in firefights.


Retrieved July 25, I agree also that it’s preposterous that she walked all the way to the hospital in labor, but it does seem like the scene was set up to make her appear like a BAMF at the cost of realism and, realistically, the safety of the baby.

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Joan confronts Arthur with both her pregnancy and her conclusion that the affair never happened. Kravec tells interrogators that he handled the finances of the Chicago bombing for the reclusive terrorist Farouk Al-Tabrizi, who is actually rogue former CIA agent Nathan Mueller, who worked with Auggie before going off the grid several years ago.

Auggie tells Natasha this against Annie’s advice, having vowed to be honest with her. If he went Dark, I think it was for Henry’s purposes and not for the good of Annie et al and he could be the new antagonist for season 5. While in captivity, Auggie admits to Parker that he is a CIA agent and she, momentarily, does not trust him. When Henry shows up there, Helen urges Annie to abort the mission and then rescues her from a setup when she tries to pursue the deal anyway.

She gives him a contact phone number before they separate, but then Joan denies his family’s immunity request. Annie follows Borz’ trail to Maracaibo and tracks him to a mosque, where she instead finds McQuaid with three men.

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He is able to call Annie and she sends a helicopter to aid the escape. Annie learns that several government affairs will monitor a meeting between the RDI burglar and his contact.

That will be, in some ways, his challenge going forward. Archived from the original on September 5, He sticks out a little like a sore thumb. Henry then meets with Annie, telling her about a gap in Auggie’s pre-blindness service record.