Afsal Hamid, the Syrian last survivor of Brody's prison guards and torturers, has been arrested and extradited by the Pakistani secret service. Saul Berenson can barely prevent Carrie, who steals psycho-pharmaceuticals from her father after her sister rationed hers, from wrecking her career by opposing Brody being used for the interrogation. It seems to yield results, but shortly after the deputy director allows Brody to vent his feelings to Afsal, the key prisoner, who seemed ready to trade information for his family's safety, commits suicide with a mysteriously smuggled-in mini-razor blade. Written by
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Although Morgan Saylor (Dana Brody) is credited, she does not actually appear in this episode. See more
Saul breaks off his polygraph, saying "we'll finish this tomorrow." In real life, that is not his call to make; polygraphs have to be scheduled at the examiner's convenience. More importantly, his abrupt termination of such a test would almost certainly result in immediate suspension of his clearance and accesses until his behavior could be investigated. That could take months, during which he would not be able even to enter the building. See more
You beat me. You humiliated me. You killed my friend. But you did not break me. You should have killed me when you had the chance. But now here we are. I'm a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, shit bird. How did you think this would end?
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Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery
Feat. Chris Tedesco See more