After starting out season 2 in fine fashion, all but erasing any doubt that Homeland wasn't going to be able to continue its stellar quality, "In Memoriam" was the third or fourth straight episode in which much of that excitement was trumped by lack of believability and uninteresting stories.
Let us put aside the fact that Carrie has to be the dumbest person in the world for going back into that building when she so passionately felt that Nazir would be in there. She's CIA, but she's not a killer. Nazir is.
Regardless, once the squad gets there, it seems pretty clear to us that they want the audience to believe Carrie is absolutely nuts for thinking Nazir is in there. She was imagining it or something, going crazy yet again. Quinn's questioning looks and appeasing nature when telling the men to go back in and look gave off that vibe. »
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