Ummmm. About her not carrying a gun.
Isn't the CIA supposed to be "working" outside the USA and the FBI "inside". By the charter or "terms of reference" or whatever, doesn't this mean that the CIA agents don't have any official status inside the USA?
This would mean that CIA agents inside the USA would have to have gun licenses to carry guns like ordinary citizens as they are not "officially" law enforcement.
It, also, would have been a lot worse if she was carrying a gun when she was arrested, with the blind guy, in the mortuary. As well as breaking and entering she would have been charged with carrying a concealed, "unlicensed", weapon.
Finally, a general point. Isn't it a bit sad that everyone was expecting her to have a gun?
Wasn't it "better" that she had to use her brains, intelligence, training to close out the situation rather than just simply shooting away like a dumb blond bimbo?