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Annie found herself trapped in Zurich on this week's episode. A bomb went off in the airport as soon as she arrived for a basic suitcase switch with an Israel agent. This forced her to go dark and avoid the authorities.

Eventually, she hooked up with this agent and was forced to decide if she could trust him or not. Complicating matters was the fact that Auggie was NOT the person on the other end of the line when she did call in to headquarters at one point.

That's because he was being interrogated by one of Arthur's employees who was assigned to finding the person who was leaking information to the press. During the polygraph, which Auggie obviously passed, we discovered that his application for more field work had been turned own. He didn't totally satisfied with his desk job.

Back in Switzerland, Annie and her new agent pal eventually worked together, retrieved the suitcase she had hidden and made the switch their governments had asked for. Annie made it back home safely and also finally found another foreign agent she could trust.

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I adore Oded Fehr! He is yummy in every film I have seen him in and he added some serious heat in that episode. I was wishing they would be laying low on the beaches in Israel before the car crash. Agree with above writers. If you are smart you will have him on the show as a regular.


I was impressed with this episode. I totally felt the sexual tension between Piper and Oded -- as they played the characters. That's one good looking man. I don't care for pretty boy Ben, although I am glad he saved Annie's life. I agree with previous poster - sign Oded Fehr.


I open the powers that be with this show realize how much Oded Fehr adds to the show. Please bring him back. He and Piper are fabulous together! Be smart, sign that man!

Covert Affairs Season 1 Episode 4 Quotes

Arthur: I can play "rip the band-aid" off, too. Trust me when I say this: my version hurts more.

There is only one person you can truly trust here, and you are doing a great job trying to alienate her.

Joan [to Arthur]