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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

2 October 2011
Eight years after being listed as missing in action and presumed dead in Iraq, Marine Corps Sgt. Nicholas Brody is found alive in an Al Qaeda prison. He returns home to a heroes welcome and begins reconnecting with his family. His wife Jessica welcomes him back while his daughter Dana has only a slim memory of him. Son Chris doesn't remember him at all. He's not aware that his wife had begun a serious relationship with his best friend. Meanwhile, CIA agent Carrie Mathison has been back in Washington for 10 months after a tour of duty in Iraq that ended when she bribed her way into an Iraqi prison to question a detainee minutes before his execution. In return for a promise to protect his family, he tells Carrie a great secret: a US soldier has been turned. She now suspects Brody and after the Agency dismisses her concerns, sets off on her own to find evidence against him.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody

David Harewood ... David Estes

Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

Jamey Sheridan ... Vice President William Walden

Navid Negahban ... Abu Nazir

David Marciano ... Virgil

Maury Sterling ... Max

Nestor Serrano ... Major General Tony Trujillo

Afton Williamson ... Helen Walker
Israel Balderas ... Reporter

Michael H. Cole ... Bo Hall (as Michael Cole)

Vickie Eng ... Elizabeth Chu

Jay Gates ... Estes Aide

Jeremy Harrison ... Delta Commander

Taylor Kowalski ... Xander

Chris Rogus ... Photographer

Josh Segarra ... Josh

Anthony Reynolds ... Stuart Strickland

Chris Chalk ... Tom Walker

Ali Suliman ... Warzer Zafir

Yousef 'Joe' Sweid ... Hasan Ibrahim (as Yusuf Swade)
Jamil Khoury ... Iraqi Officer (as Jamil Huri)
Bian Antir ... Prison Guard (as Byan Antir)

Karen Boles ... CIA Analyst (uncredited)
Johnson Cooley ... Marine (uncredited)
Joey Duckworth ... Marine (uncredited)

Jonathan Hart ... Air Force Soldier (uncredited)

Dean Allen Jones ... Military Press (uncredited)
Jake Lampack ... Marine #3 (uncredited)
Susan Hope Lee ... Female Photographer (uncredited)

Patrick McMillan ... Park Goer / Frisbee Thrower (uncredited)

Jennifer Russoli ... BBQ Guest (uncredited)

Ian Stylezz ... Military Police (uncredited)

Justin Wheelon ... BBQ Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Grace

9 October 2011
Virgil and Carrie's illegal surveillance of the Brody home is covered for a month by a dodgy court order Saul Berenson gets from 'vulnerable' judge Jeffrey Turner. Unfortunately Carrie's surveillance crew failed to install cameras in the garage, where Nicholas piously performs Muslim prayers. Inside, he's rather aloof with his family and suffers torture nightmares during which he hurtfully grabs his wife. Young son Chris bravely handles witnessing the sergeant decking a provocative reporter with a single throat punch. The theory his hand twitches are a code is virtually dismissed in Langley. Although Carrie obsessively claims there must be a link, she's ordered to concentrate solely on protecting her undercover, a pleasure girl recruited for Saudi prince Farid Bin Abbud, who spotted Al Qaida leader aboard his yacht. USMC captain Mike Faber, also his wife's lover, was ordered to make Brody play along in the presidential propaganda, is told off but suddenly Brody accepts seeing the press.

Season 1, Episode 3: Clean Skin

16 October 2011
Nicholas Brody quickly proves himself a welcome father for already doting son Chris and even brat Dana, who for his sake swallows her objections to a "hero's perfect family" TV show, despite her mother's adultery. Prince Farid Bin Abbud nearly catches Lynne Reed copying his cellphone, which yields no information about financial transactions the CIA hopes to trace, and gives her a precious diamond necklace. Since the CIA refused to provide a protection team and Carrie and Virgil fail to trace her in time, her murderer can easily escape with the necklace. As Saul guesses, it is later used to buy a home for terrorist leader Abu Nazir and his cover wife.

Season 1, Episode 4: Semper I

23 October 2011
Political powers make big plans to promote Brody as a national hero, but erratic behavior on his part threatens his media image.

Season 1, Episode 5: Blind Spot

30 October 2011
A man is captured by the CIA in Islamabad, who turns out to be Brody's former guard and torturer while he was a prisoner. The man is interrogated by Saul, but Brody wants to see him in person.

Season 1, Episode 6: The Good Soldier

6 November 2011
Carrie manages to prepare a polygraph test for the 11 people who were near Afsal Hamid, including Sgt. Brody. Meannwhile, she tries to get closer to Brody using other personal methods.

Season 1, Episode 7: The Weekend

13 November 2011
Aileen is taken into custody by Saul in Mexico. Meanwhile, Carrie and Brody share some quality time at a cabin in the woods, owned by Carrie's family. Everything seems to be going well until shocking revelations are made.

Season 1, Episode 8: Achilles Heel

20 November 2011
While Carrie and Saul are left reeling by the news that Walker is alive, the intelligence organizations squabble over how to capture him.

Season 1, Episode 9: Crossfire

27 November 2011
Brody's efforts to sever ties with Abu Nazir triggers flashbacks to his time as a captive. Meanwhile, the mosque shooting results in a public-relations nightmare for Carrie.

Season 1, Episode 10: Representative Brody

4 December 2011
Walker's Washington contact is identified by Carrie and Saul, but the target is protected via diplomatic immunity. Meanwhile, political bigwigs approach Brody about running for a disgraced congressman's seat.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody

David Harewood ... David Estes

Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody (credit only)

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody (credit only)

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

David Marciano ... Virgil

Jamey Sheridan ... Vice President William Walden

Ramsey Faragallah ... Mansour Al-Zahrani

Chris Chalk ... Tom Walker

Trent Dawson ... Kyle Galyean

Remy Auberjonois ... William Pritchard

Gabe Begneaud ... Young Man
Michael Killian ... Sniper
Laura Palka ... Reporter at Farragut Square
Karrie Crocker ... Photographer

Harley Castro ... Marine (uncredited)
Randy Grazio ... VP Secret Service Agent (uncredited)

Eli Walker ... Samuel Everett (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Vest

11 December 2011
When the dust settles from an explosion, Saul finds a manic Carrie hospitalized and realizes there may be merit to her wild theories.

Season 1, Episode 12: Marine One

18 December 2011
In the Season 1 finale, a near-catatonic Carrie is confined to bed as Saul puzzles over the unnerving implications of her time line.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody

David Harewood ... David Estes

Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber (credit only)

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

Linda Purl ... Elizabeth Gaines

David Marciano ... Virgil

Jamey Sheridan ... Vice President William Walden

Amy Hargreaves ... Maggie Mathison

Hrach Titizian ... Danny Galvez

Chris Chalk ... Tom Walker

Navid Negahban ... Abu Nazir

Elizabeth Franz ... Isabel Samler

Larry Pine ... Richard Halsted
Charles Borland ... Sanders

Sebastian La Cause ... Agent Kandarian
Bob Elkins ... Sidney
Anthony Addabbo ... Patrolman

Elena Bargo ... Reporter

Juan-Pablo Veza ... FPS Officer #1 (as Juan Veza)

Matt Cornwell ... FPS Officer #2

Angelo Datseris ... FPS Officer #3

Jamie Renell ... Orderly

Sharon Conley ... Nurse (as Sharon Morris)

Brian Lafontaine ... Anesthesiologist

Caroline Renfro ... Announcer
Karrie Crocker ... Paparazzi
Don Calhoun ... Daniel Benton (uncredited)
Miller Carbon ... DC Police Officer (uncredited)

Kerry Cashion ... Reporter (uncredited)

Harley Castro ... S.W.A.T. (uncredited)
Dennis Layden ... CIA Tech (uncredited)
Grace Layden ... Onlooker (uncredited)
Bill Martin ... Secret Service (uncredited)

Linda Phannareth ... Mid-Gawker (uncredited)

Memi West ... Mid-Gawker (uncredited)

Ebony Wilson ... Onlooker (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Smile

30 September 2012
An asset from Carrie's former life comes in from the cold. Freshman Congressman Nick Brody discovers that Abu Nazir may not be content with his nonviolent approach to affecting change in American foreign policy.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody

David Harewood ... David Estes

Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber (credit only)

Jamey Sheridan ... Vice President William Walden

David Marciano ... Virgil (credit only)

Navid Negahban ... Abu Nazir (credit only)

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

Hrach Titizian ... Danny Galvez

Amy Hargreaves ... Maggie Mathison

James Rebhorn ... Frank Mathison

Zuleikha Robinson ... Roya Hammad

Valerie Cruz ... Major Joy Mendez
Clara Khoury ... Fatima Ali

Timothée Chalamet ... Finn Walden (as Timothee Chalamet)
Alexander Gemignani ... Greg Merriles

Raja Deka ... Omar

Abigale Corrigan ... Rebecca Morrison

Jacob Leinbach ... Tad Groote

Allie McCulloch ... Betsy Kenny
Tom Werme ... Foreign Correspondent

Susan Williams ... Teacher

Heanon Tate ... Guard

Jonah Lotan ... Rudy McCoy
Yael Sharoni ... Frankie Podesta
Loai Nofi ... Customs Officer (as Loui Noufi)

Herzl Tobey ... Passenger
Hisham Suliman ... Driver
Madison Drew Barrett ... Colton Prep Student (uncredited)
Grant Christian Couch ... Colton School Teen Boy (uncredited)

Jordan Googe ... Brody Supporter (uncredited)

King Hoey ... Prep School Student (uncredited)
Austin Spero ... Colton School Student (uncredited)
Matt Whitnack ... CIA Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Beirut Is Back

7 October 2012
Before she makes it to a safe house, Carrie interviews the wife of a Lebanese official on her own, learning that Abu Nazir will be in Beirut the next day. Estes and Saul are skeptical, fearing that the CIA is being set up; Carrie believes the informant. Back in D.C., Dana makes an unexpected friend, Jessica takes a step into political high society, Brody's Army buddies want him to get to the bottom of why the unerring Tom Walker missed when he shot at the Vice President, and Brody gets an invitation to the Pentagon. Will Nazir show up, or is it an ambush. How will Carrie react?

Season 2, Episode 3: State of Independence

14 October 2012
Jessica's fund-raising dinner for veterans is tonight, with Brody making a speech and with her also in full view of D.C. high society. With tension between them early that afternoon, is a reconciliation at hand? Then Brody gets a call from Roya, sending him to Pennsylvania. As the afternoon wanes, Jessica calls him and he makes up stories. Will he get to the dinner in time? Carrie works on her report through the night and looks forward to the debrief at Langley at 6:00 PM. How will she respond to a fresh discovery of how the CIA values her?

Season 2, Episode 4: New Car Smell

21 October 2012
Jess suggests to Brody that he pack a bag if he won't tell her the truth. The CIA has him under 24-hour surveillance from an off-site location run by Peter Quinn, Estes' loyal and acerbic man. They decide to push Brody by having him run into Carrie outside Langley. That night, he's checked into a hotel, he's sitting at the bar, and he reaches for his phone. That afternoon, a drunk Lauder visits Jess; when she can't reach Brody, she calls Mike. Lauder pushes Mike to think anew about Walker and Brody. Dana's relationship with the Vice President's son includes a visit to the Washington Monument.

Season 2, Episode 5: Q&A

28 October 2012
Brody finds himself prisoner again, but this time it's on American soil. Meanwhile, Carrie is forced to play second fiddle after her rash judgment call at the hotel as Estes is busy keeping Jessica off their trail.

Season 2, Episode 6: A Gettysburg Address

4 November 2012
More secrets. Roya talks to an unknown man in a park: what do they say to each other? Peter takes a crew to search the bomb-making tailor's shop in Gettysburg: is there anything to find? Lauder's speculations about Walker's death send Mike to talk to Estes, and Dana goes to the hospital to check on a hit-and-run victim. Brody tells Jessica that Carrie's not involved in his new relationship with the CIA, and Saul checks on Carrie to make sure she's okay with her new relationship with Brody.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Clearing

11 November 2012
Fearing an attack is imminent, Saul goes to a federal prison to interview Aileen (whom he brought back from the U.S.-Mexican border a year or so ago) and Carrie, under orders from Quinn, presses Brody to find out from Roya what's going on. Brody and his family are at a weekend fundraiser for Walden at the mansion of a self-made Vietnam vet. Dana wants Finn to go to the police with her. Carrie visits with Mike. Aileen is depressed and uncooperative, so Saul agrees to get her a cell with a window in exchange for her help. Is this the break they need? And what of Dana and her resolve to confess?

Season 2, Episode 8: I'll Fly Away

18 November 2012
Dana's disgust with dad leads to his shouting at Jessica and then telling Roya and the CIA that he's out, he's quitting. Can Carrie talk him out of depression, convince him to reconnect with Roya, and also convince Estes and Quinn to trust her judgment? Dana goes to Mike's for comfort and safety, then has him drive her to the home in Columbia Heights of the woman who died in the hit and run. A new dilemma faces her there.

Season 2, Episode 9: Two Hats

25 November 2012
Where's Brody? Is he compromised? The CIA is about to roll up Roya when Brody gets word to them that he's okay. Once his family is safe, he will share details of a planned attack and Abu Nazir's first-hand involvement. The CIA has Mike take the family to a safe house, but should they believe Brody's report? Saul and Carrie check into Quinn's background, the Vice President gets a briefing on the situation, and Carrie encourages Brody with the promise that everything will soon be over.

Season 2, Episode 10: Broken Hearts

2 December 2012
Brody rejoins his family and Mike takes his leave. Then Brody gets a call that Carrie is in mortal danger - only he can save her, but at a price? Saul continues his inquiry into who Peter Quinn is and why he's on this assignment: there are consequences when he figures it out. Finn pays a visit to Dana, and Brody pays a call on the Vice President's residence.

Season 2, Episode 11: In Memoriam

9 December 2012
Exhaustion all around. Carrie tracks Abu Nazir through the abandoned factory where she had been a hostage, but he slips away. Teams of FBI find nothing, so Carrie suspects that someone on the team has helped Nazir escape. She interrogates Roya and prompts an outburst. Estes puts Saul through a lie detector test with the promise of wrapping him in red tape. After Dana throws a fit, Brody, Jess, and the kids are released from protective custody; back at their house, Brody decides it's time to tell Jessica the truth.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Choice

16 December 2012
Brody, Carrie, Estes, Quinn, and Dana must make choices. Brody and Carrie repair to the lakeside cabin where their affair took a serious turn some months ago. Quinn is watching from across the lake, with orders from Estes. A high-powered rifle is at his side. Saul is locked down with a minder while Estes covers tracks. The CIA plans a memorial as well as a burial at sea.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody

David Harewood ... David Estes

Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber

Jamey Sheridan ... Vice President William Walden (credit only)

David Marciano ... Virgil (credit only)

Navid Negahban ... Abu Nazir

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

Talia Balsam ... Cynthia Walden

Timothée Chalamet ... Finn Walden (as Timothee Chalamet)

Sarita Choudhury ... Mira Berenson

Billy Smith ... Special Agent Hall

John Cariani ... Jeff Ricker
Alon Aboutboul ... Mike (as Alon Moni Aboutboul)

Edelen McWilliams ... Sloane Nelson

Rupert Friend ... Peter Quinn

Caroline Renfro ... Reporter Thomsen

TJ Hassan ... Sentry

Haythem Noor ... Imam
Genevive Barker ... News Anchor (as Genevieve Barker)
Clay Heatley ... Chaplin

Laura Avnaim ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Jason Bigart ... Army National Guardsman (uncredited)

Kristi Booher ... Waitress (uncredited)

Giovanna Braund ... CIA Agent (uncredited)
Kevin M. Conte ... National Guard (uncredited)

Chancy Johnson ... Navy Soldier (uncredited)
Chad Kurtz ... Secret Service (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Tin Man Is Down

29 September 2013
Now director Estes is dead and Brody disappeared, the decapitated CIA morns over 200 casualties and fears for its very existence unless a congressional commission can be appeased despite its hostile chairman. Saul Berenson is promoted director, seconded by Dar Adal, who pushes him to go ahead with a coordinated lethal strikes on six main henchman in different countries, alas without the director, of the Iranian Revolutionaru Guard secret division which is held responsible. While most are killed from the air, Peter Quinn must penetrate a Caracas mansion to manually eliminate the 'banker', which alas also results in a collateral child casualty. Carrie foolishly waves her father's questions about failing medication and tequila abuse, but after a press leak Saul is forced to expose her mental disorder and blame her alone for the Brody debacle. Chris is the near-ruined Brody family's rock of strength, while mother and her mother wine and Dana returns after therapy where she fell in love again.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody (credit only)

Rupert Friend ... Peter Quinn

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody

Sarita Choudhury ... Mira Berenson

Tracy Letts ... Andrew Lockhart

F. Murray Abraham ... Dar Adal

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

James Rebhorn ... Frank Mathison

Tim Guinee ... Scott Ryan

Sam Underwood ... Leo Carras
Amy Morton ... Erin Kimball

Pedro Pascal ... David Portillo

Gary Wilmes ... Dr. Troy Richardson
Lawrence Clayton ... Admiral

Joanna Merlin ... Grandma

Elle Richardson ... Mimi

Autumn Dial ... Olivia
Caity Brewer ... Holly

Garrett Hines ... Sandy

Terry Dale Parks ... Gene

Daniel Newman ... Jeff
Samantha Hines ... Reporter #1
Jamie Boll ... Reporter #2
Ashlea Kosikowski ... Reporter #3

Carlos Alberto Lopez ... Cedeno

Kristi Booher ... Press Photographer (uncredited)
Derwin Frank ... Courtroom Observer (uncredited)

Fred Galle ... Senator (uncredited)
Keya Hamilton ... Courtroom Observer (uncredited)

John Landolfi ... Jr Analyst CIA (uncredited)

John Merical ... Vendor (uncredited)

Ozzy Ojito ... Photographer (uncredited)

Marlo Scheitler ... Congressional Hearings Observer (uncredited)
Rebecca Shrom ... Rehab Teen (uncredited)

Shelby Townsend ... Rehab Teen (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Uh... Oh... Ah...

6 October 2013
Peter Quinn protests to Saul, on account of Carrie being blamed solely for the Brody and bomb disaster. Peter visits her in a CIA psych ward, where she's collocated due to her erratic aggression which extends even to him. Saul recruits a new financial analyst, Fara Sherazi, to investigate the financing of the Iran-directed terrorists he suspects, then leans heavily on the collaborating New York bankers. Unlike sensible Chris, mother Jessica remains clueless about the frustration about father motivating Dana's genuine suicide attempt. Worse, by opposing Dana's friendship with former therapy mate Leo Carras drives her into his arms and laundry-improvised bed.

Season 3, Episode 3: Tower of David

13 October 2013
El Nino's Venezuelan drug gang rescues Brody, dangerously shot by Colombians over the border, and takes him to a half-finished building full of squatters in Caracas. He's patched up and becomes dependent on heroin.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Rupert Friend ... Peter Quinn (credit only)

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody (credit only)

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody (credit only)

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody (credit only)

Sarita Choudhury ... Mira Berenson (credit only)

Tracy Letts ... Andrew Lockhart (credit only)

F. Murray Abraham ... Dar Adal (credit only)

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson (credit only)
Stephen Schnetzer ... Dr. Cass Winthrop

Manny Perez ... El Nino

Martina García ... Esme

Erik Dellums ... Doctor (as Erik Todd Dellums)

Marcia DeBonis ... Abby

Jennifer Marsala ... Amanda Lambert

Jason Butler Harner ... Paul Franklin

Blas Diaz ... Martinez
Carlos Olivieri ... Paco
Rafael Fuentes ... Imam
Iliana Garcia ... Imam's Wife
Raul Alcocer ... Thief (as Luis Raul Alcocer)
Aurelio Lima ... Shotgun
Kathy Walton Pulley ... Mental Patient (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Game On

20 October 2013
Carrie hopes to be released given effective medication and family support, but sees both as sabotage. Paul Franklin's law firm however gets her released for a day, so they can offer her freedom and an end to the freezing of her assets (so she must crash with and steal from a friend) in exchange for 'consulting' their client, implied Iran, on the sixfold CIA-vengeance-killings, just as Saul hoped. Leo Carras sneaks out of the mental institution for a wild drive with enamored Dana, confiding about his kid brother's suicide, but Mike Faber finds out he has darker secrets. Meanwhile the Venezuelan money trace shows Iranian Revolutionay Guard secret service chief Majid has been stealing a fortune from government funds and laundering them trough a football (soccer) team.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody (credit only)

Rupert Friend ... Peter Quinn (credit only)

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody (credit only)

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody

Sarita Choudhury ... Mira Berenson

Tracy Letts ... Andrew Lockhart (credit only)

F. Murray Abraham ... Dar Adal

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber

David Marciano ... Virgil

James Rebhorn ... Frank Mathison

Jason Butler Harner ... Paul Franklin

Martin Donovan ... Leland Bennett

Nazanin Boniadi ... Fara Sherazi

Sam Underwood ... Leo Carras

Marcia DeBonis ... Abby
Stephanie J. Block ... Patricia Cooper

David Fonteno ... Judge Robert Strauss
Stephen Schnetzer ... Dr. Cass Winthrop

Jennifer Marsala ... Amanda Lambert

Gary Wilmes ... Dr. Troy Richardson

Jennifer Christa Palmer ... Bailiff Cynthia Touhy

Daniel Newman ... Jeff

Jim R. Coleman ... Officer Mills

Joseph Midyett ... Aurelio Diaz

Leon Pridgen ... Officer Simon (as J. Leon Pridgen II)

Josué Gutierrez ... Carmelo Diaz

Lynn Talley ... Helen (as J. Lynn Talley)

Sanjit De Silva ... Anoush

Tracy Wiu ... Anne Snider

Patrick G. Keenan ... Walter Walker
Stacia Fernandez ... Lynn Carras

Jamie Moore ... Martin Carras

Stephen Caudill ... Orderly
Mandy James Morgan ... Gina (as Mandy Morgan)

Walid N. Hakim ... Venezuelan Drug Cartel Member

Orlando Ricci ... Javadi and Cedeno's Friend

Mark Guy Thompson ... CIA Agent

John Carter ... Bank Customer (uncredited)

John Merical ... Mob Boss (uncredited)
Kathy Walton Pulley ... Mental Patient (uncredited)
Ben Yemba ... CIA Surveillance (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Yoga Play

27 October 2013
Saul hopes to be appointed regular CIA director when summoned to the presidential chief of staff's geese hunt, but senator Andrew Lockhart is the one toasted as nominee. Quinn is meanwhile taken into confidence and asked to supervise Carrie, who dumps her medication again. She even risks arousing suspicion from Iranian spy chief Majid Javadi's personal henchmen by abusing the 'yoga class' alibi to summon an FBI agent to check out runaway Dana, who is spooked by broadcast reports about lover Leo's allegedly fratricidal past, and dumps him as another 'liar'. Majid's men intrude at night to overpower and strip-search Carrie.

Season 3, Episode 6: Still Positive

3 November 2013
While Saul pretends not to mind being passed over, nominated CIA director senator Andrew Lockhart turns to Dar Adal to 'clean out the closet'. Only Quinn is told about Carrie's triple agent mission. She's roughly abducted and fails Iranian secret service vice director Majlis's lie detector test, but plays the Venezuelan accounts fraud card. He still manages to dispose of his ex first. Jessica is relieved when Dana, who claims the Brody burden is unbearable, adopts her maiden name, but the faithless daughter leaves home to move in with another dubious new friend, Angela.

Season 3, Episode 7: Gerontion

10 November 2013
Majid Javadi is firmly in Saul's grip and seems to run out of excuses to give in to blackmail, so he's put on an airplane back to Teheran as double agent. As the police found his family's corpses, Quinn must take the blame and invoke national security to go free. It works, but disgust him enough to consider leaving the CIA, yet he accepts to help find out what happened to Brody. Majid assures Carrie that not Brady, but henchmen of his law firm helped Abu Nasir's men bomb the CIA site. Confident Dar Adal deserts senator Andrew Lockhart when Saul rather keeps his successor-designate locked up 'accidentally' then call off operation Majid.

Season 3, Episode 8: A Red Wheelbarrow

17 November 2013
Saul has only nine days left as interim CIA director and successor senator Andrew Lockhart opposes operation Majid, but the chief of staff agrees that Saul can continue the top-secret project so long. Saul also authorizes Quinn to lead a team to investigate Majid's suggestion that Brody didn't place the bomb and the real culprit is still in the States, handled by 'his' law firm. After Dar Adal 'warns' his golf contact, senior partner Leland Bennett, his deputy Paul Franklin is instructed to get rid of him. When he turns up armed, pregnant Carrie breaks orders and has to be shot, obsessed with the only chance to clear Brody. Saul's wife dumps her lover. Financial analyst Fara's Iranian exiled father finds out about her CIA employment when she's rebuked for taking sickies to mind sickly Mr. Sherazi.

Season 3, Episode 9: One Last Thing

24 November 2013
Saul has found and rescued Brody and is now trying to help him recover from addiction. A task that proved to be a little challenging, so Saul turns to Carrie for help. She only agrees to help after she hears about Saul's new plan.

Season 3, Episode 10: Good Night

1 December 2013
Brodie tries to get in Iran as an informer with the help of CIA.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Rupert Friend ... Peter Quinn

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody (credit only)

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody (credit only)

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody (credit only)

Sarita Choudhury ... Mira Berenson (credit only)

Tracy Letts ... Andrew Lockhart

F. Murray Abraham ... Dar Adal

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

Nazanin Boniadi ... Fara Sherazi

Tim Guinee ... Scott Ryan

William Sadler ... Michael Higgins

Shaun Toub ... Majid Javadi

Donnie Keshawarz ... Hafez 'A-Z' Azizi

Jared Ward ... Yousef Turani

Walid Amini ... Josh Modarres

Jaylen Moore ... Eric Baraz
Peter Bradbury ... General Pfister
Michele Lawler ... Lorraine

Meredith Sause ... Reaper Captain

Jimmy Gonzales ... Repaer Lieutenant

Terry Dale Parks ... Gene
Casey Brancato ... Analyst

Abraham Makany ... Iraqi Cop 1

Monte Bezell ... Hassan
Mazin Akar ... Iraqi Cop 3
Behzad Dabiri ... Iranian Sergeant
Matt Amick ... Iranian Soldier (uncredited)

Mehmet Korhan ... Undercover Marine (uncredited)

Fabian Starr ... Iranian Solider (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Big Man in Tehran

8 December 2013
While Brody starts his mission in Tehran intending to kill the grand general of Iran, Carrie tries to give local support and a extraction plan for him.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Rupert Friend ... Peter Quinn

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody (credit only)

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody (credit only)

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody (credit only)

Sarita Choudhury ... Mira Berenson (credit only)

Tracy Letts ... Andrew Lockhart

F. Murray Abraham ... Dar Adal

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

William Abadie ... Alan Bernard

Shaun Toub ... Majid Javadi

David Diaan ... Masud Sherazi

Houshang Touzie ... Danesh Akbari

Jeff Seymour ... Mossad Agent

Bobak Bakhtiari ... Yousef

Naz Deravian ... Nassrin

Eyas Younis ... IRGC Interrogator
Khalid Benchagra ... Dariush Rahimi (as Khalid Benchegra)
Ames El Akil ... Akbari's Guard
Mohamed Choubi ... Javadi's Assistant (as Mohammed Choubi)
Aziz Laalaj ... Reception Clerk
Hicham Quaraqui ... Man
Anas Bensalama ... Doctor
Farida Bouaazaoui ... First Woman (as Farida Bouzaoui)
Boussalem ... Brody's Guard
Moutaouakil Mohammed ... Security Officer
Kaghat ... Nassrin's Servant
Amal Essaqr ... Bahar
Yasser El Aomaryine ... Bellman

Season 3, Episode 12: The Star

15 December 2013
With Akbari dead, Carrie and Brody try to get to a safe house and wait for extraction.

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Rupert Friend ... Peter Quinn

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody (credit only)

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody (credit only)

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody (credit only)

Sarita Choudhury ... Mira Berenson

Tracy Letts ... Andrew Lockhart

F. Murray Abraham ... Dar Adal

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

Tim Guinee ... Scott Ryan

Shaun Toub ... Majid Javadi

David Diaan ... Masud Sherazi

Houshang Touzie ... Danesh Akbari

James Rebhorn ... Frank Mathison

Amy Hargreaves ... Maggie Mathison
Jack Solomon ... Dave Weissman

Caroline Renfro ... Anchor
Gezell Fleming ... Waitress
Amal Essaqr ... Bahar
Anas El Akil ... Security Guard
Younes Bouab ... IRGC Commander
Brent Gribble ... CIA Tech / Restaurant Patron

Mark Guy Thompson ... Air Force Drone Pilot
Kelly Borgnis ... CIA Widow (uncredited)
Miller Carbon ... CIA Senior Analyst (uncredited)
Kevin M. Conte ... CIA Jr. Analyst (uncredited)

Fred Galle ... CIA Senior Analyst (uncredited)

Teagan Heesch ... CIA Family Member (uncredited)
Paula Jilling ... CIA Senior Analyst (uncredited)

David N. Russell ... CIA Analyst (uncredited)

Marlo Scheitler ... CIA Widow (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Episode #4.1

5 October 2014

Season 4, Episode 2: Episode #4.2

5 October 2014

Season 4, Episode 3: Episode #4.3

2014

Season 4, Episode 4: Episode #4.4

2014

Season 4, Episode 5: Episode #4.5

2014

Season 4, Episode 6: Episode #4.6

2 November 2014

Season 4, Episode 7: Episode #4.7

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Season 4, Episode 8: Episode #4.8

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Season 4, Episode 10: Episode #4.10

30 November 2014

Season 4, Episode 11: Episode #4.11

7 December 2014

Season 4, Episode 12: Episode #4.12

14 December 2014


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