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 ... See full summary »



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Maggie Mathison
Major Foster
Prince Farid Bin Abbud
Lynne Reed


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 KGF Vissers

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In his flashback, the Iraqis put an automatic pistol to Sgt Brody's head and force him to kneel beside the hole he has just dug. He continues to sing the Marine Corps Hymn, but gets the lyrics wrong. He sings, "First to fight for right and country" and "Proud to bear the title." See more »


Judge Jeffrey Turner: Are you ever going to let me off your hook, Saul?
Saul Berenson: We both know you're far too fine a judge for that, Jeffrey.
Judge Jeffrey Turner: Can we at least act like this is about the law rather than a brief moment of weakness in my past?
Saul Berenson: This is absolutely about the law, your honor.
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Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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Solid, But Really?
10 October 2011 | by (Indonesia) – See all my reviews

Homeland is fresh series that I try to enjoy because I always interesting with this kind of drama and Claire Danes is one of my favorite actress around. Damian Lewis and Morena Baccarin add some stars wattage for this series.

I knew that there's nothing much to complain about this episode, solid acting, solid story, but something just makes me wonder about how this series depict how to pray according to Muslim.

I don't know this is because the writer is lazy or simply ignorant. I mean, in this amazing era of connectivity around the world, some writers don't really know how Muslim really do their prayers.

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