Homeland (2011–2020)
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Representative Brody 

Carrie and Saul identify Walker's contact in Washington but their target has diplomatic immunity; Brody is approached to run for a disgraced congressman's seat in the House of Representatives.


Guy Ferland


Howard Gordon (developed for American television by), Alex Gansa (developed for American television by) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison
Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody
Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody
David Harewood ... David Estes
Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber
Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody (credit only)
Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody (credit only)
Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson
David Marciano ... Virgil Piotrowski
Jamey Sheridan ... Vice President William Walden
Ramsey Faragallah ... Mansour Al-Zahrani
Chris Chalk ... Tom Walker
Trent Dawson ... Kyle Galyean
Remy Auberjonois ... William Pritchard
Gabe Begneaud Gabe Begneaud ... Young Man


As predicted by his Jihadist mentor, Brody is asked by vice president William Walden tun run for Congress. Carrie assures him their affair is not even known to her CIA colleagues and Mike helps him overcome Jessica's fear for press scrutiny of their adulterous affairs; Saul's team finds that traitor sniper Tom walker's paying contact is Saudi embassy diplomat Mansour Al-Zahrani. To bypass his immunity, he's blackmailed with his gambling debts and anti-Islamic gay bathhouse pleasures, enough to ruin his entirely Westernized family. However, the trap set for Walker goes awfully wrong. Written by KGF Vissers

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Saul Berenson: Mr. Al-Zahrani, I'd like you to go back to your house now. Put that drawing in your window tonight. Tomorrow afternoon, I'd like you to proceed as you normally would to meet Tom Walker. Okay?
Mansour Al-Zahrani: So I'm bait?
Saul Berenson: You're bait. You're free to go now.
Mansour Al-Zahrani: What happens to me after all of this?
Saul Berenson: Go about your business. Live your life. We say nothing to Saudi Intelligence about your connections to Abu Nazir, you say nothing to Abu Nazir about our little get-together. You work for us now. Welcome to the CIA.
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Written by Sean Callery
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Burka An Islamic Icon
9 January 2020 | by MajorBaleeghSee all my reviews

Burka was depicted as the standard for a miserable life which is totally wrong and absurd statement given in this episode. Burka is an Islamic icon and a concept of praise, respect and purity. It is never regarded in any Islamic country as something bad or cursed. It was shown very wrongly and this type of negative propaganda does not change anything. Furthermore, CIA was shown working way above their authority which was wrong and needs to be shown correctly. On the basis of pure assumption no agency is allowed to harassed any person what to talk of a diplomat which is very wrongly shown

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4 December 2011 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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