Saul has found and rescued Brody and is now trying to help him recover from addiction. A task that proved to be a little challenging, so Saul turns to Carrie for help. She only agrees to help after she hears about Saul's new plan.

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Quinn's team discovers that Saul's wife's lover is Mossad agent, who interviewed senator Andrew Lockhart. Saul uses this information, enough for a press scandal, to blackmail his successor in agreeing to delay the CIA director take-over several months. Only now equally discredited Carrie, who recovers from Quinn's expert shot fast, is told that Brody has been found and repatriated from Caracas as part of a daring plan, for which she must help motivate him. After a military team rehabilitates the drug addict, he's to be introduced by double agent Javadi, as a PR boon, to the Iranian secret service chief and assassin him, so Javadi can move up to number three in the republican power pyramid as his presumed successor. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Homeland" at its best and beyond
25 November 2013 | by (Lithuania) – See all my reviews

Greetings from Lithuania.

Terrific - brilliant episode. This is my first review for a single "Homeland" episode, and why i'm writing it i still can't forget this episode. If you enjoyed "Homeland" so far in this season, you will be in nirvana watching "One Last Time". Without a doubt this is the best episode in very good season 3, and i can feel shiver when thinking what is going to happen next, when only 3 episodes left.

Yes, season 3 started slow, and at the moments, which involved Dana and her love affair this show was becoming really annoying, but then the things started to get better and better with every scene, when it finally came back to the form for which i love "Homeland".

To shortly sum up all 3 seasons (while 3rd is still way from over) - this is currently the best TV show on air. You can throw a rock at me, but this show is way better than over-hyped survival soap opera "Walking Dead" - "Homeland" feels real, sort of things we are seeing on news every day, and at the same time it's extremely smart, involving, interesting, not overwritten, always keeps you thinking and it's just near damn perfect.


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