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Covert Affairs: Half a World Away

While at the Istanbul Jazz Festival, Auggie hears something he never expected to hear again -- the voice of the man who blinded him. As Auggie tracks him down, Annie learns the full story behind Auggie's injury.

Source: USA

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x7
Production Number: CA207
Airdate: Tuesday July 19th, 2011

Alternate Airdates:

UK (WATCH) Aug 01, 2014

Guest Stars
Noam JenkinsNoam Jenkins
As Vincent Rossabi
Rebecca MaderRebecca Mader
As Franka

Co-Guest Stars
Jeff PangmanJeff Pangman
As Billy
Jessica EmbroJessica Embro
As Female Officer
Sterling JarvisSterling Jarvis
As General Oubash
Al MainiAl Maini
As Goatherd
Shant SrabianShant Srabian
As Jack of Diamonds
Main Cast
Piper PeraboPiper Perabo
As Annie Catherine Walker
Christopher GorhamChristopher Gorham
As Auggie Anderson
Kari MatchettKari Matchett
As Joan Campbell


The scene opens with Annie talking to Auggie, who is about to go on vacation to Istanbul for a Jazz Festival. She tells that she wouldn’t call if it wasn’t important. She asks him what the salad is that she likes at the cafeteria. Auggie is trying to get the bag in the overhead bins, but it won’t fit. A stewardess named Franka comes up and tells that it won’t fit. Auggie shows that he is blind and she tells that she will take care of his bag for him. She asks if he is doing anything later and Annie tells Auggie that it looks like he is making friends already. Auggie says that he will be fine. Annie says that Auggie needs to learn to say goodbye when he is done with a conversation. However, Auggie says that he doesn’t need to. He gets into Istanbul, Turkey and walks the street. He meets his friend Kasim at the Jazz Festival and asks if he can plug into the main amp to record the Jazz Festival. He says that he can. He stands in the crowd and enjoys the music...

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