Quinn is out of hospital, released into Carrie's care, but too hostile even to accept his medicine. She gets Max to mind him, which works better, but he still ends up in an ambulance after a seizure in a grocery store. Carrie lies to Saul who asks her if she advises clueless president-elect Keane and chief of staff Rob Emmons, whose critical questions must stem from an expert. Dar is committed to the Israëli claim that Iran is breaking the nuclear agreement terms, she convinces Keane otherwise. Meawhile she and lawyer Reda Hashem find the defense of terror suspect Sekou Bah hopeless, so Reda advises him a plea bargain, Carrie would rather take on federal informer Saad Mahsud, who was set up himself.
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Commencing with Season 6 / Episode 2, the pre-credits sequence opens with uncredited audio commentary by poet Gil Scott-Heron ("The first revolution is when you change your mind about how you look at things ..."), journalist Jeremy Scahill ("The brutality against protesters, the para-militarization of law enforcement..."), journalist Glenn Greenwald ("... the system of indefinite detention ..."), Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), Inspector General of the Intelligence Community Charles McCullough, etc. See more
Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery
Feat. Chris Tedesco See more