Emmy episode analysis: Fiona Shaw (‘Killing Eve’) sets a twisted plan in motion as Carolyn in ‘Nice and Neat’

Emmy episode analysis: Fiona Shaw (‘Killing Eve’) sets a twisted plan in motion as Carolyn in ‘Nice and Neat’
After two Olivier Awards and a Drama Desk Award, plus a Tony nomination, Irish actress Fiona Shaw has now arrived at the Emmys with not one but two nominations: Best Comedy Guest Actress for “Fleabag” and Best Drama Supporting Actress for “Killing Eve.” In the latter, she plays Carolyn Martens, the erudite yet inscrutable head of the Russian Section at MI6, who proves to be a master manipulator in the second season of the darkly comedic BBC America drama. For consideration, she’s submitted the season’s second outing “Nice and Neat” to voters, which is also showrunner Emerald Fennell’s nominated episode in the writing category.

In this episode, aware of Eve’s (Sandra Oh) ongoing cat-and-mouse game with psychopathic assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer), Carolyn introduces her as an outside expert on female assassins to her new MI6 covert working group called Operation Manderlay. In the wake of Alistair Peel’s death,
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