While the show focuses on the intricacies of espionage, the CIA is focusing on fact-checking the NBC drama in an attempt to "counter popular myths and misconceptions," a CIA spokesperson told TMZ.
On Monday, Dec. 1, the CIA responded to a scene in which Heigl presents President Constance Payton (Alfre Woodard) with her PDB, which is a folder stuffed with sheets of paper. According to the CIA, the real PDB is now presented on a tablet.
State of Affairs airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on NBC. For more lessons in espionage, check out the CIA's official Twitter around the same time, or check out what a day in Jack Ryan spy school looks like in the video below.