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 ... Written by
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Just after Lynne Reed installs the surveillance software on the Prince's mobile phone, he asks her what she's doing, and she replies, "Nothing, Amir." Amir Arison is the actor's name, not the character's. See more
You know what I really need, Mike? I need the last eight years back. Where I get to take care of my wife and kids. Where I don't get asked to go over there and fight their fucking war. I'm not taken prisoner. Not left out there to rot. Never tortured. None of it. Can you do that for me? Or is it too much to ask?
Referenced in New Girl: Tinfinity
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Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery
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