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Mar 12, 12) quite a few working relationships aren't, in fact, working any longer. nina hoss rupert friend nina peter quinn homeland 1 Saul & Carrie. Feb 12, Homeland Carrie Saul. Given her act first, ask questions later approach, Carrie's professional relationships are often strained. And none more. Saul has worked for the CIA for 35 years. He recruited, trained, and placed Carrie in the field, and continues to have a close working relationship with her.
Carrie, Saul, and Estes set up an operation to capture Nazir, but Brody — who has been elected to Congress and is observing the operation with Walden in a situation room — tips him off and allows him to escape.
After a pursuit by a Lebanese mob, Saul finds a hidden compartment in the satchel that it contains a memory card with Brody confessing to the aborted State Department bombing. At the last minute, she changes her mind and vomits up the pills. Moments later, Saul shows up at her door and shows her Brody's confession.
Quinn has Carrie meet with Brody as part of a sting operation. During the meeting, Carrie intuits that he is on to her and blows her cover by confronting Brody about his treason, forcing Saul and Quinn to arrest him. After Carrie systematically breaks Brody down and correctly surmises that Dana's phone call prevented the State Department bombing, he tearfully admits to his collaboration with Nazir and other al-Qaeda associates, and reveals that Nazir is planning an attack.
Carrie gives Brody an ultimatum: Left with no other options, Brody agrees to help the CIA. Carrie takes Brody to a hotel to convince him to go back to al-Qaeda; she has sex with him while Saul and Quinn uncomfortably listen in.
Realizing that Nazir is still hiding in the building, she leads a SWAT team inside and witnesses his death. Estes offers to reinstate Carrie and promote her to Station Chief. When Brody leaves his wife Jessica Morena Baccarin to be with her, however, Carrie finds herself torn between her career and her love for him. During the service, al-Qaeda operatives plant a bomb in Brody's car and detonate it, in an attack planned by Nazir in advance of his death.
The blast kills Estes, Walden's family, and numerous senior government officials. Al-Qaeda also leaks Brody's confession video, thus framing him for the attack. Believing that Brody is innocent yet knowing that no one else will, Carrie drives him over the Canada—US border and sets out to clear his name. During her testimony, she states that Brody had nothing to do with the attack. Information is leaked to the public about her previous immunity deal with Brody, as well as her sexual relationship with him.
Saul acknowledges Carrie's bipolar disorder when he appears before the committee. She appears before a hospital committee to ask for her release, which her father and sister attend. When they tell her to begin taking lithium again, she flies into a rage and has to be forcibly medicated and restrained.Saul&Carrie - escape or die (4x08)
She is then formally committed. Franklin nevertheless secures her release and persuades her to meet with Leland Bennett Martin Donovana lawyer representing the Iranian bank that financed the Langley bombing. Bennett makes a deal with Carrie: The episode's final scene reveals that her entire ordeal is part of a secret operation she has been working on with Saul.
That night, Carrie is kidnapped and brought before Majid Javadi Shaun Touban Iranian intelligence operative and one of the masterminds of the Langley attack. Javadi agrees to help them, but evades his surveillance detail to murder his ex-wife and daughter-in-law. Carrie and Quinn arrive moments later and take him into custody. Meanwhile, Carrie learns that she is pregnant.
As Carrie delivers Javadi to the airport, he tells her that Bennett knows the bomber's identity. Carrie enlists Quinn to help clear Brody's name.
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She takes part in a stakeout of the bomber's hotel room and watches as Franklin approaches with a silenced pistol. Carrie insists on intervening, as she cannot prove Brody's innocence without the bomber's testimony. Black ops agent Dar Adal F.
Murray Abraham orders her to stand down, but she ignores him and starts running toward the hotel. Quinn shoots her in the shoulder to stop her. Adal's team then drives her to the hospital. Brody will seek political asylum in Iran and assassinate the leader of the Revolutionary Guard so that Javadi can take his place. Carrie goes to see Brody, who is suffering through heroin withdrawal, and takes him to the motel where Dana is working as a maid.
Brody tries to get out of the car and see her, but is subdued by the soldiers flanking him; Carrie then tells him that going through the operation is his only chance for redemption. After Brody weans off the drugs and regains his strength, Carrie takes him to see Dana, who says that she never wants to see Carrie or her father again. Carrie and Brody say goodbye as he ships out for Tehran.
The team encounters Iraqi Police officers who recognize Brody and open fire on them. The operation is endangered when the team's van hits a land mine, severely injuring the team leader and attracting enemy fire.
Saul calls off the operation and orders Brody to turn back, but Brody refuses and runs toward the border. Carrie tells Brody that he will die on his own, but he insists that she find a way to get him back safely. Fortunately, Iranian border guards take Brody in, saving the operation. Brody does not get close enough to Akbari to inject him with cyanide as planned, putting the mission in jeopardy.
The situation worsens when Brody starts giving interviews to Iranian television denouncing the U. Carrie calls Brody to warn him, and pleads with him to come with her to safety. Brody refuses, however, and manages to enter the Revolutionary Guard headquarters and kill Akbari. There, she tells him she is pregnant with his child. Brody is convicted of treason and sentenced to death.
Carrie tries desperately to secure his release, but to no avail. When she calls him in his cell, he asks her not to come to his execution. She goes anyway, however, and calls out his name as he is hanged in a public square.
Carrie accepts the job, but later tells her father and sister that she won't be taking the baby — a girl — with her to Istanbul.
Her father tells her that he will take the child. Later, Carrie draws a star on the wall for Brody after a memorial ceremony for the victims of the Langley attack. The strike occurs while Haqqani is attending a wedding, resulting in his apparent death along with those of 40 civilians.
Carrie and Quinn attempt to rescue Bachman, but they are spotted by an angry mob that kills Bachman. Carrie and Quinn manage to escape. In Washington, Lockhart permanently "recalls" Carrie from her post in Afghanistan. She sees no point in being a mother with Brody dead, and interacts with the child as little as possible, often leaving her in the care of her sister Maggie.
While bathing Frannie, Carrie is momentarily tempted to drown her. In Islamabad, Carrie attempts to turn Haqqani's nephew Aayan Ibrahim Suraj Sharmaa Pakistani medical student whose family was killed in the drone strike, and who may hold valuable information. Quinn requests dismissal from the CIA, but Carrie convinces him to come to Islamabad when he finds evidence that Bachman's death was a setup.
Suspecting that Aayan is involved in terrorism, she sleeps with him in an attempt to recruit him as an asset. She then watches via drone as he meets with Haqqani, who produces Saul, bound and gagged, from his car.
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Haqqani accuses Aayan of spying on him and shoots him in the head, killing him. Enraged, Carrie orders a drone strike, even though it would kill Saul. Quinn stops her, however. She has a delusional episode and attacks a security guard, and Inter-Services Intelligence ISI officers take her into custody.
Lieutenant colonel Aasar Khan Raza Jaffrey questions her, but she hallucinates that he is Brody and breaks down crying in his arms. She helps him evade the local Talibanand talks him out of committing suicide when they find him.
Ultimately, however, she delivers him to the Taliban so they will spare his life. Saul for five Taliban members. When Saul comes into view, however, Carrie sees a young boy behind him wearing a suicide vest.
Carrie goes herself to retrieve Saul, and persuades him to let the exchange go forward and come with her. Saul denied the request, suggesting that her idea that Abu Nazir tipped off the military to the location where Brody was found was fanciful, and would need real evidence to justify action against Brody. He did however place her in Brody's debriefing on the condition that she behave herself which she didn't.
Saul defends her against her boss, David Esteswho complained about her behavior in the debriefing, however he was warned not to let things get personal with Carrie. Saul discovered Carrie's illegal surveillance of Brody and became angry with her when she later attempted to seduce Brody.
Saul does feel that Carrie justified herself when she found a rhythmic pattern in the way Brody tapped his fingers during televised appearances.
Berlin Saul becomes station chief in Berlin. He is compromised due to a romantic involvement with a Russian operative. After Keane's election He is tasked with the investigation of the Iranian nuclear arms deal.
Eventually he finds out that a suspicious financier was a Mossad-backed operative and the Iranians stayed true to the deal. He thinks that Javadi would convince Keane of the trustworthiness of Iran but Javadi claims that Iran would blow up the deal. Using footage of the tortured financier Keane is eventually convinced that Dar Adal wants her to distrust Iran.
Keane wants to implicate Dar Adal using the Berlin infiltration debacle but this means that Saul would be convicted as well.