Homeland (2011–2020)
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Jonas and Carrie revisit her past. Quinn stalks his prey.


Keith Gordon


Gideon Raff (based on the original Israeli series "Prisoners of War" by), Alex Gansa (developed for American television by) | 4 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison
Rupert Friend ... Peter Quinn
Sebastian Koch ... Otto Düring
Miranda Otto ... Allison Carr
Alexander Fehling ... Jonas Hollander
Sarah Sokolovic ... Laura Sutton
F. Murray Abraham ... Dar Adal
Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson
Suraj Sharma ... Aayan Ibrahim
Nina Hoss ... Astrid
Atheer Adel ... Numan
Sven Schelker ... Korzenik
Allan Corduner ... Etai Luskin
Micah Hauptman ... Mills
William R. Moses ... Scott


Otto covers, gratefully, for Carrie who decides to work out who is after her in a homely forest retreat, alone with Jonas, who accepts with growing horror to let her interrupt psychiatric medication to 'be sharp', only to find her resisting him administering her a new dose, as agreed, after hallucinations of her victims, especially Aayan Ibrahim, leading to the useless . Quinn keeps eliminating Jihadists and is determined to locate Carrie, even if he must kidnap Jonas's kid son. Saul blames the Berlin station chief but arranges with Adal that Washington 'sacrifices' the US ambassador instead. When Jonas rushes home, hearing his son is missing, Quinn moves in, gets shot by Carrie but overpowers her. Turkish master hacker Numan delivers the CIA files to reporter Laura Sutton, but his vexed mate offers them for sale to a Russian diplomat. Written by KGF Vissers

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The private jet used, has a US registration but a German flag over it. This would not be congruent with aircraft markings. See more »


Jonas Hollander: Tell me there is not another way to do this.
Carrie Mathison: I'm sure there is, just... not for me.
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Homeland Theme
Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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it's not necessary
18 October 2020 | by AbdulxoxoSee all my reviews

Okay so, in order to get to the bottom of who wanted to kill her, she has to get off her meds, why? that's a bit retarded thing to do or is it an excuse to have Carrie go all crazy again? Claire Dane is already an amazing actress, she doesn't need to act as a bipolar person inorder to showcase her acting ability. that's the point right? If I remember correctly, she gets all crazy at least one episode in each season and the reasons before are more believable but in this case it just felt forced. I wonder what's the excuse for the next season's gonna be.

This is a good episode overall, plot's moving forward and the acting, camera work, score are all dandy.

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English | German

Release Date:

18 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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