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Original Air Date: Nov 27, 2011
"How much do you need to like Nicholas Brody in order to stay invested in Homeland?"
Carrie Mathison's body is healing, but her memory remains fractured. While trying to broker peace with the Taliban in Afghanistan, Saul is dependent on his protégé's expertise. Against medical advice, Saul asks Carrie to assist him one last time.
After the attempted assassination of the president, Carrie Mathison is out of the White House while 200 members of the intelligence community are imprisoned. Now Carrie must prove that not all conspiracies are theories.
Carrie Mathison is back in the US on the streets of New York, fighting for the protection of civil liberties and against the abuse of power within our government. She remains in opposition with Saul, who is still with the CIA.
Out of the CIA and living in Berlin, Carrie is trying to start a new life but realizes now she's the one with a target on her back. One thing quickly becomes clear: she's never been at greater risk or with more to lose.
Carrie's CIA career takes off when she becomes an overseas station chief, but but every drone strike and tactical raid comes at a cost and she quickly learns the true price of power. Saul fights to stay in the intelligence game.
Carrie goes to extraordinary lengths to solve the latest crisis at the CIA; Brody struggles to survive; Saul must play many opposing sides to keep his job at the CIA.
Carrie continues her hunt for Abu Nazir while maintaining a complicated personal/professional relationship with Brody; Brody is forced to work more closely with the CIA; Saul discovers a clandestine plot.
Carrie investigates and ultimately becomes obsessed with returned POW marine Nicholas Brody, who may or may not be an al-Qaeda-trained terrorist; Brody struggles to resume his life with his wife and children whom he barely knows.
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