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(Entertainment Weekly)   Television's twenty-five greatest spies   ( divider line
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2014-08-24 07:02:26 AM  
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"I'm only going to say this once."
2014-08-24 07:26:12 AM  
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2014-08-24 08:30:13 AM  
I clicked on the first two pics in the slideshow before becoming exhausted.
2014-08-24 08:45:33 AM  
Came here to add Colonel Flagg, but since that's taken care of, I'll give my honourable mention to

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2014-08-24 09:04:34 AM  
What about Annie and Augie from Covert Affairs?
2014-08-24 09:25:33 AM  
OK, fark your slideshow, but Max Smart better be on that list...
2014-08-24 09:39:58 AM  
No Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole?
You fail, gwailo!
2014-08-24 10:16:35 AM  
Can we just have these submitted pre-deslidified?

2014-08-24 11:51:42 AM  

Invisible Pedestrian: Can we just have these submitted pre-deslidified?


No Simon Templar? He was literally James Bond before James Bond was a thing.
2014-08-24 12:06:20 PM Full Size

I was just pissing by and spouted that your lust is missing Officer Crabtree.
2014-08-24 12:54:25 PM  
No Illya Kuryakin?
2014-08-24 01:59:27 PM  
Kill me now -- a slideshow on a tablet?
2014-08-24 02:27:15 PM  

BizarreMan: What about Annie and Augie from Covert Affairs?


Can't believe it wasn't on the list, one of the best shows on TV.
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