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.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Faber (credit only)
Abu Nazir (credit only)
Finn Walden (as Timothee Chalamet)
Greg Merriles


The CIA figures they have 24 hours to learn what they can from Brody. Estes tells Brody's chief of staff to say that the Representative has the flu, so Jessica takes chicken soup to the hotel. To Carrie's dismay, Peter Quinn runs the interrogation; Brody sticks to his story. Would Carrie have done a better job? That evening, Dana goes on a date with Finn Walden; can they lose his Secret Service minders? Written by <>

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28 October 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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In the interrogation scene, Carrie's hair changes several times from being behind one of her ears in one shot to being over her ears in the other. See more »


Carrie Mathison: I should be in there, Saul.
Saul Berenson: You're lucky you're in the building.
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References Once Upon a Time in America (1984) See more »


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Written by Sean Callery
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This Episode has Ruined the Series
3 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

That someone who has spent so many years being tortured and turned by terrorists -- especially someone in the military -- would confess because crying Cary tells him she's in love with him is beyond ridiculous. Equally ridiculous is that he will instantly be let loose and expected to be loyal to the CIA now. Claire Danes' acting has been absolutely brilliant in this program, but I can't watch another episode. Mandy Patinkin and Claire Danes carried this series, which, up to this point, was excellent. Also, combined with the above, I'm really tired of the additional time spent lately with the horrible acting of the posey, pursed-lipped actress who plays the wife and the even more terrible acting of the actress who plays the sneering daughter. Their poor performances have detracted from what was such a good show. So disappointed.

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