19 December 2012 6:30 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

[Spoilers ahead.] Usually when a character as shady as David Estes gets killed off a show, it feels like a satisfying comeuppance. But when the character’s killer is a terrorist and the death is part of a horrific bomb plot, you’re not exactly cheering. From the minute Estes launched Operation Kill Brody, he became the closest thing to a villain on Homeland without being an outright terrorist — you could always count on him to thwart Carrie or Saul with his self-serving, bureaucratic, morally dubious ways. Sadly, we can count on his villainous ways no longer. Vulture spoke with David Harewood from his native England about playing such a vilified character and why he thought season one was more intense than season two.David: Hello, how are you? Good. How are you doing? Oh, I’m good, kind of tired, I’ve been filming all day. Worn out. What are you filming right now? »

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