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While Saul pretends not to mind being passed over, nominated CIA director senator Andrew Lockhart turns to Dar Adal to 'clean out the closet'. Only Quinn is told about Carrie's triple agent mission. She's roughly abducted and fails Iranian secret service vice director Majlis's lie detector test, but plays the Venezuelan accounts fraud card. He still manages to dispose of his ex first. Jessica is relieved when Dana, who claims the Brody burden is unbearable, adopts her maiden name, but the faithless daughter leaves home to move in with another dubious new friend, Angela. Written by KGF Vissers

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Saul Berenson: By being late, he's making a point.
Peter Quinn: Which is?
Saul Berenson: You may have me over a barrel, but I'll never be your bitch.
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Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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More hard-bitten Carrie, less cry-face-schizo, equals best season 3 episode
4 November 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Finally in this episode Homeland is returning to why I started watching it. Not once do you see Carrie-the-cry-face-schizo we've been seeing in the last few episodes, so it is not surprising that this is my favorite so far of the third season. True, that has been an integral thread in the plot from day one, but it was beginning to suffocate the clean tough-minded air of a good hard-boiled spy thriller. Because let's be clear, this is not, nor should it be, a show 'about' Carrie's illness. Rather, it is a kick-a** espionage cliffhanger. Whatever they have to do, they need to keep Carrie's mental problems as peripheral as possible. I almost jumped ship on the fourth episode of this season.


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