Blackmailed, the director had to give Carrie the post of Islamabad station chief, passing-over John Redmond, hence a near-hostile deputy. Peter Quinn is depressive, fleeing in alcohol and the chubby arms of his doting landlady, resisting therapy and Dar Adal, but his endless reviewing the footage of Sandy's lynching yields a distressing new theory. The ambassador to Pakistan ordered a lock-down, which Carrie shamelessly circumvents, dragging unamused security staff along. Saul gets a far from warm welcome, yet helps overturning the lock-down, being the ambassador's ex-fiancé. Aayan still shivers after abusive Taliban intimidation, so he refuses sell his drone-decimated family's story to CIA novice Fara Sherazi, who poses as a London-based reporter. Ayaan finds his medicine stash trashed by his girl friend's father, who even falsely reported him as a thief to see him expelled as med student.
Did You Know?
The music Carrie listens to when jogging around the US embassy is soft Jazz which resembles the Homeland theme music. See more
When Quinn back in the US ignores Dar Adal's call, we see a close-up shot of his phone's screen. It shows the service provider: Vodacom-SA. Vodacom is one of the major cellphone network service providers in South Africa. See more
What I wanted... to say to you... is that nobody should have to go through what you went through. Nobody. And if that guy shows up here again, I'd say it to his face.
I'd like to see that. I really would.
I went to the store, you know. There's, um... a, uh, roast chicken in the fridge and some eggs and cereal, you know, to go along with your liquid diet.
And, um... whoever Carrie is... she's a lucky girl.
Written by Sean Callery See more