Homeland: Season 3, Episode 2

Uh... Oh... Ah... (6 Oct. 2013)

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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 ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nicholas Brody (credit only)
Andrew Lockhart (credit only)
Dr. Harlan


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. Written by KGF Vissers

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Follow the money
17 October 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode sees things getting even worse for Carrie; having been hung out to dry by Saul she decides to tell her story to the press; this is something the CIA can't tolerate and soon she finds herself being taken into protective custody officially because of her mental condition but, if she is to be believed, to prevent her from talking. Things also don't look so good in the Brody household as Dana's relationship with her mother deteriorates further and she runs away from home into the arms of a boy at the mental hospital. There is more to the episode than characters mental problems though; back at the CIA a new worker has arrived; Fara Sherazi is a Muslim woman employed for her language skills she also has a nose for financial matters and soon uncovers a connection between a New York based bank and Iranians suspected of involvement in the CIA bombing.

This episode will be a disappointment for anybody expecting action or even a sense of real threat; however I still found it interesting overall. The main interest was the introduction of Fara Sherazi as she served to advance the main plot as the CIA follow the money in the hunt for the bombers. While there wasn't action there was a nicely menacing scene were Quinn confronts one of the backers; actor Rupert Friend is very convincing as this quiet but scary agent. The more personal stories weren't quite as gripping; after all we've seen Carrie's mental problems before and the worries at the Brody household felt as though they were mainly there to remind us that the still exist while the wanted Nicolas Brody is missing.

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