But... why are we the only people to notice such a thing? Why isn't anybody with the CIA figuring this out? Could there be more than one mole?
Again... I agree with all your thoughts/comments. I would think Dana's mom could make her understand the difference of actually being the driver of a hit and run and being a passanger. I would also think Dana is old enough to understand such a thing. I couldn't understand how Mike could just drive Dana somewhere... without asking questions. ESPECIALLY when she came running out of the person house.... crying... or scared... with NOT a question again.... he just followed her command and left.
I've seen more than one critic this week saying that after two "meh" weeks of Homeland, tonight's episode is a godo one. Full of tension and plot twists. We. Shall. See. :)
Wow - that was the fastest 47 minutes of my entire day. I won't say any more yet but WOW.
I wish we had seen what happened between Brody and Nazir, instead of just in Brody's flashback. Tonight's show was great...as usual.
Looking at the interrogation from an "in the show" perspective (as opposed to on my couch perspective), I'd want to ask Brody (a) why he thinks Nazir dropped him off outside of Baltimore with no means of transportation back to DC, (b) what is Nazir's current appearance, and (c) press him further on details. It was pretty clear he was holding something back. I see him as an unreliable narrator, so who knows what really went down during those 12 hours.
From my couch perspective, I found it interesting that Saul uncovered the background of Quinn and he's a black ops guy. I knew they couldn't kill Brody, after all the show has been renewed for a 3rd season and it'd be weird to not have Brody around unless they *reallyfast* find a new antagonist.
As for Carrie getting such the love lorn look when Brody talked of protecting his family, then sending Mike in to keep them safe, ehh...I'm turned off by that. Why can't there be a female agent, maybe even still a bit mentally unstable, that doesn't bring in love-sickness?
I'm still processing last night's episode. I had to reverse and look at a few things twice. I know, I know, I'm analyzing too much! lol
I wonder why they couldn't just lift a fingerprint from Quinn and run it through to see who he really is. Saul has that ability. And ref. upthread post, what's a black opt? I didn't understand what Saul was describing when he recognized the guy Quinn met.
Oh, did they arrest Royia?
Black ops, like extraordinary rendition...taking a person to another place and torturing them. Or killing them. That's what Quinn's job is. Saul wanted to be off book as much as possible, because I don't think he trusts anyone other than the small group he works with. And even with them so far, as he trekked out to check out the ex in Baltimore.
They have to nabbed Roya and anyone at the coffee shop for material witnesses at the least.
But that's just me.