Homeland: Season 3, Episode 10

Good Night (1 Dec. 2013)

TV Episode  |  TV-MA  |   |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller
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Brody tries to get in Iran as an informer with the help of CIA.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jessica Brody (credit only)
Chris Brody (credit only)
Dana Brody (credit only)
Mira Berenson (credit only)


Brody has undergone cold turkey and is now lead asset in a CIA mission at the Iraq-Iranian border. Saul is set under pressure by senator Lockhart, while the mission enforces main setbacks. Carrie stands up trying to diverge the mission back in control. Written by TS

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Khalid Klein originally auditioned for the role of Yousef Turani; which went to actor Jared Ward. See more »


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Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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kicks ZERO DARK 30's BUTT
17 November 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

This episode came as such a pleasant surprise even to die-hard fans (the many millions of them) that one has to pause and wonder aloud if the producers watched Zero Dark 30 two or three times and said, heck, we can do better And they did, producing one of the most compelling TV episodes of all time.

Clare Danes will always have this on her A-Reel. Not only is she listed as Producer (a Hollywood vanity that does not impress anyone actually in the business) but she gives a performance to die for.

For readers of the future: the 1991 war was the first one where the world had a chance to watch warfare in real time. Experts thought it might mean the end of warfare. They were wrong. Quite the opposite. Brought up on TV and film, people seemed to crave more. Within a decade Hollywood was sharing "secret" satellite coverage of missions and that also caught the public's attention.

That trope has never been done better than here.

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