Crime, Drama, Mystery
CIA officer Carrie Mathison is tops in her field despite being bipolar, which makes her volatile and unpredictable. With the help of her long-time mentor Saul Berenson, Carrie fearlessly risks everything, including her personal well-being and even sanity, at every turn.
Aired 6 years ago - Dec 18, 2011
While Carrie is near catatonic and confined to bed, Saul investigates the unsettling implications of her timeline; Walker secures a perch for his mission; Brody makes his final preparations for the Vice President's policy summit at the State Department.
Aired 6 years ago - Dec 11, 2011
In the wake of the explosion, Saul finds Carrie hospitalized and manic, but realizes her chaotic theories have merit; before his congressional campaign begins, Brody takes his family on a weekend trip to Gettysburg, where he retrieves an important item.
He'll look even worse if his helicopter...
[Elevator Bell Dings]
The thing is, Saul, that Abu Nazir has
methods and patterns and priorities.
- It's a whole couple of days now?
- It's just overnight.
I-I-I mean, um...
Is she an especially slow driver?
- So this isn't new?
- You may need to push that back, sir.
- I'm not gonna push that back.
and they were on the run,
when they dug in there.
by a schoolteacher from Maine...
If she wants to get her ass in to work,
I'll be happy to bat that around with her.
I mean, I know you're a marine and all,
and I shouldn't be surprised.
- Oh! That's fantastic.
'Cause when you came back
from Baghdad, I knew.
But I could see it.
But why the hibernation?
And they have a major situation that I
know how to fix. I know how to stop it.
Y-You have insight.
- I don't see what's so weird about it.
- Well, it's not the weird part.
Aired 6 years ago - Dec 04, 2011
Carrie and Saul identify Walker's contact in Washington but their target has diplomatic immunity; Brody is approached to run for a disgraced congressman's seat in the House of Representatives.
Aired 6 years ago - Nov 27, 2011
After his attempt to sever ties with Abu Nazir, Brody finds himself reliving his captivity and recommits to his mission; Carrie finds herself in the middle of a public relations nightmare on the heels of the mosque shooting.
Aired 6 years ago - Nov 20, 2011
As Carrie and Saul reel from the news that Walker is alive, the intelligence community clashes on the best way to capture him; Brody learns a shocking truth about his captivity.
And what else?
I didn't see it. I heard it.
I waited for you because I wanted
so much for you to be alive.
Remember what you said about Walker
when we found out he was watching his son?
- [Line Ringing]
- Just listen.
We get Helen to pick up one morning.
I'd, uh, like a recommendation
on my desk in two hours. Now, Agent Hall-
Dad, when something good happens,
you just gotta learn to say yes.
- Are you okay?
- I'm a little busy actually.
Why else would I be here?
Great. We're good to go then.
- [Ringing Continues]
- Talk to me. What the hell
sort of trace is that?
Chris, what are you doing?
Well, they are perfect, aren't they?
Yeah, I was, very.
It's in the one presidential palace
that's still held by the enemy.
sending nude and seminude pictures of
himself to a number of congressional interns...
to allocate more funding
for unmanned surveillance...
- Here. Move over. I'm coming in.
You don't have to say anything.
Target in sight.
We've cleared the building,
including the imam.
There's a manhunt on for Walker.
He's somewhere in the area.
It's better I take a cab.
We'll need to prioritize.
Aired 6 years ago - Nov 13, 2011
The relationship between Carrie and Brody becomes more complicated when they head into the countryside for the weekend, while Mike and Jessica face the fallout of the truth about their relationship, and Saul catches Aileen on the run to Mexico.
Aired 6 years ago - Nov 06, 2011
Reeling after losing key players in Nazir's plot against America, the CIA orders polygraphs on everyone who came in contact with them, including Brody, which Carrie sees as an opportunity to finally learn the truth.
Aired 6 years ago - Oct 30, 2011
Brody confronts the lone survivor among the insurgents that held him, leading Carrie to believe she may be proved right about Brody once and for all - but Brody's reunion with his captor surprises everyone; the agency is hot on the trail of the lovers who bought a house near the airport with funds from a stolen necklace.
How long you been standing there?
Okay, message received and understood.
- I'm gonna get a cab.
- Oh, and Estes wants everyone
to clear their schedules.
Now, the interview itself will
take place at a designated safe
house, yet to be determined.
Our obligation is to stop
the next attack on America.
How are you settling
back in with your family?
This is the first stages
of an interrogation.
Tap the mike twice
so my colleague knows we're ready.
Let's take the case of Yasser Akram,
When you're ready to talk to us,
write down their names and addresses.
- You do see that, don't you?
Don't go there, Carrie.
##[Loud Speed Metal,
Male Vocalist Screaming]
That is how we operate-
for exactly this reason.
Uh, good timing.
I think that means
I've earned the right...
then to Thailand, then Finland...
An apartment in Truxton Circle.
You should've killed me
when you had the chance.
may be smarter than all of us
put together in this room.
- Wha- How? When?
- Carrie, what happened?
If Faisel is on the run,
we need to know now!
It's been a very, um, complicated day.
Not to you. I didn't mean to you.
- It's really important that I talk to you.
We need to take this up the chain
before we're counting bodies...
I'm done. I've had it up to here.
You're gonna stay here for as long as it
takes for you to get your head straight.
What are we praying for?
Aired 6 years ago - Oct 23, 2011
The political powers that be make big plans for national hero Brody, but his increasingly erratic behavior threatens his media darling status; Carrie grows desperate for evidence linking Brody with Abu Nazir, as Saul directs her to focus on Nazir's money trail.
been solicited by
every national talk show.
In the most preliminary sense.
Yeah, but hawala systems
are typically used...
Work up files on all these people.
- If you're asking me
to try and extend it, don't.
- At least hear me out.
from Sergeant Brody's house
and cover your tracks.
See, that's exactly
what I'm talking about.
Okay. Well, we need some more propane.
# Without our aid he did us make #
# And Holy Ghost #
He asked why I haven't been
coming around the house.
We've barely spoken in three weeks.
- Your file says you're fluent in Arabic.
- And Spanish, sir.
I'm not sure I-I'm comfortable with-
- Works for him how?
- Some kind of adviser.
I'm sitting on your bed.
You should probably tell Chris that.
It's not that. It's just I don't see
a lot of love lost between you two.
- [Man] Where is he?
- It's after 4:00.
Guy hasn't broken the speed limit once.
Stay... and visit.
Well, that could have been
pretty much any time, couldn't it?
- Dennis couldn't get it up for almost a year.
- Where'd you find her?
- It was short notice, all right?
- So when are you going back to work full time?
- This week, I think.
I don't think you're gonna do anything.
Let me put Virgil and Max back on Brody,
but this time we leave no footprint.
I don't think I'm gonna be able to
stomach it for more than about five minutes.
Hey, I know you.
Aired 6 years ago - Oct 16, 2011
Brody prepares to enter the spotlight; Carrie closes in on an al-Qaeda plot.
She has no idea who she's dealing with.
So leave the rest of us out of it.
by this woman, Lynne Reed...
for the purpose
of transferring funds. Why?
I swear, it actually
meant something to him.
Shouldn't you be getting ready
for your interview?
I really don't want to get into this here.
I was in a pretty deep bunker, so I
couldn't really hear what was going on.
They want you to lose faith.
Look, Dana. I know this is hard.
Dana, I thought he was dead. We all did.
I just stopped by to say hi
before the family interview tomorrow.
Why didn't he tell me that himself?
Just keep your phone on.
We'll be able to track you that way.
- ##[Dance, Distant]
- Lynne Reed?
I mean, it's stuff that I don't
think you would appreciate.
You know, when I went over to Afghanistan,
you were in third grade.
Not yet, at least.
I'm not gonna tell a bunch of total
strangers what I just told you.
Yeah, it fits.
- I need to talk to Farid.
- Not possible.
while Sergeant Brody was
presumed dead in Iraq...
Aired 6 years ago - Oct 09, 2011
Carrie continues to surveil Brody but is unable to follow his actions into his garage which is a blind spot, where Brody begins to perform an Islamic prayer. Meanwhile, Carrie receives visual confirmation from an undercover agent that shows Al-Qaeda member Abu Nazir on video meeting with the Royal Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Aired 6 years ago - Oct 02, 2011
After missing and presumed dead for eight years, Marine Sergeant Nicholas Brody is rescued in Iraq, and returns home to his family. But CIA agent Carrie Mathison suspects he might have been turned by his terrorist captors, and believes he could be part of a plan to attack America.
- Within the hour, a Delta team was on site...
Corporal Thomas Walker
also went missing that day.
[Carrie] "A n American prisoner of war
has been turned. "
To tap his phones, wire his house,
follow him wherever he goes.
from an American public
eager to greet a hero.
like it's the fucking Macy's Day Parade.
on behalf of the President of the
United States and a grateful nation...
and for their undying faith
this day would come.
Is this for real? You stayed in?
No, but this shouldn't be personal.
I belong in that room.
were involved in the operation
which resulted in your rescue...
I'd like to start with the first few days
of your captivity, if you don't mind.
I often wondered that myself.
Moving on. Sergeant Brody...
- How much longer?
- Oh, only an hour. Two maybe.
It's not her résumé I have a problem with.
It's her temperament.
I didn't think you'd be able to make it.
Just tell me I'm not out here risking
federal prison on behalf of a crazy person.
Come on. You recruited me, Saul.
Yeah, he's cool.
Come on. You can't be all that bad.
## [Upbeat Jazz]
It's a pattern. It repeats,
like a musical phrase.