DIANNE BUTLER OUT OF THE BOX
I TEND to like any show where they have to reach for a carving knife before going to answer a knock at the door.
Annie, after watching all her boyfriends die, is right to be cautious. She’s now working with the Mossad spy who helped her get out of that Russian prison, even though her boss Joan, a pill popper, is concerned Annie’s decisions are being driven by ‘‘ emotional attachments.’’
Of course they are! The guy’s smoking hot! They’re chasing a Saudi oil dude tonight, but something suggests the CIA can’t entirely trust the intelligence they’re being fed.