Aired 2 years ago - Dec 18, 2016
Daniel leads the Berlin Station crew in piecing together evidence that will illuminate Langley’s role in the Iosava rendition. Meanwhile, Hector takes a new approach to atoning for bad behavior. And as the episode draws to a close and the truth comes into focus, the Shaw mantle is passed.
- Then let's trade.
- No, there's no time.
Well, let's just pack up and go home.
- What, I-I-I didn't...
- You have to ask, Steven?
they still know you're my cousin
and they will find you.
She won't leave without her son.
He's in Munich.
why should Mossad stand in the way?
to demand Steven Frost's release.
for theIosava rendition, when
we both know he didn't order it.
I'm throwing you a lifeline.
You're too late. Are you...
Listen, I have a strange
request, but it's important.
I have a letter for the Ambassador.
I'd be one less person
I'm afraid I have difficult news
concerning Mr. Vasile.
And given that he worked for
Saudi Intelligence in Berlin,
I guess we never got to "eventually."
Yes, of course.
and now they're trying to cover it up,
Because I know who he is.
I got it.
Aired 2 years ago - Dec 11, 2016
Having confirmed Hector's identity as Shaw, Daniel still faces various obstacles in turning him over to the Germans: assailants, a kidnapping, and his own conscience as he learns the Thomas Shaw origin story. Frost is still a fugitive, Kirsch is still trailing the rendition, and Valerie pursues her own suspicions about Robert’s loyalties.
Aired 2 years ago - Dec 04, 2016
Fallout from the Iosava debacle continues to wreak havoc on the Station. Daniel attempts to track down Frost and Kirsch is asked to undercut Valerie as payback; Hector finds himself in the hot seat of a polygraph.
Is that a question?
It's one thing to hide from the Germans,
Okay, well, whatever you think
he's involved in,
God bless Ambien.
I know this is also,
a-a-a very confusing day
I did no such thing.
Tell him to call me.
You don't want to do this alone, Daniel,
What, I have to ask
if I want another round, huh?
tortured for information,
all far less damning than I could be.
Can't see who's coming at you.
those methods in Morocco...
- I'll be here waiting.
- Waiting for what?
How do you feel, Mr. DeJean?
- Is now an okay time?
Ahmed? The optometrist?
I closed those books too soon.
And I have diplomatic status.
Because the person
you present to the world,
Aired 2 years ago - Nov 27, 2016
In the wake of the botched Iosava Op and Clare Itani’s kidnapping, Frost pursues traditional negotiation channels to secure Clare’s release. Hector goes rogue, bringing Daniel with him––unknowingly paving the way for Daniel’s moment of clarity.
while you, what, negotiate?
and this thing leaks
before we find Clare,
you and I, whether you like it or not.
Okay, regardless, I need proof of life
[Knock on door]
Is kebab okay?
that I would risk the life
of one of my officers
No, no. No. He's a mess.
I need you to bring me
something in return.
[Chuckles] A hole in my shoulder,
But somebody did take him,
♪ And I think my head is burning ♪
And who might this be?
They can be tolerated
in their ignorance. But you?
wanting to join the caliphate?
He's being moved
to one of their compounds,
Take the girl.
If I'm not out in three minutes,
The audio feed is ready.
so that Clare can be found.
- [Clears throat]
Aired 2 years ago - Nov 20, 2016
Valerie’s investigation into Aleksandre and Ruth Iosava comes to a head in a German/American sting Operation involving Clare Itani, a CIA Officer and Hector’s lover. Langley’s unannounced participation moves things from bad to worse.
Aired 2 years ago - Nov 13, 2016
American and German interests align when the Station learns the subject of Shaw’s next leak: Chinese defector Houjin Lin. Daniel is teamed with Esther Krug to secret Lin out of the country before the leak breaks, pre-emptively countering Shaw’s attack. Hector gets a late-night visit from Shirley Pimple.
Aired 2 years ago - Nov 06, 2016
Daniel embarks on a dangerous operation that brings up difficult memories of his first posting in Chechnya and the beginning of his friendship with Hector. Steven Frost finds a way to position himself for promotion at the cost of his deputy Robert. Valerie makes a discovery in her investigation into the Georgian radical Aleksandre Iosava.
Aired 2 years ago - Oct 30, 2016
Frost and Kirsch worry their secrets will be unearthed when Langley investigators sweep Berlin Station to ferret out fodder for future Shaw leaks. Meanwhile, Daniel’s hunt for the mole is put at risk.
there's Thomas Shaw to light it
on fire and burn us alive.
Jesus fucking Christ, can
anything go our way these days?
There's no record of him?
Hm, a little friendly warning
would have gone a long way.
Do you mind explaining to me
how the hell that got there?
I asked if you'd met with him.
That is why we are here.
Is there a good answer to that question?
Come on, do you think that
a German court will begrudge you
Maybe you should treat it,
not manage it.
I'm still your Deputy Director.
That's Arabic for "butcher."
I was wanting to follow up
with Joker anyway.
despite any disagreements
we may have had.
It's unfortunate he decided to
play the moth
- Bitte schoen.
or, you know, the Beltway types that are
This is the gratitude I get
for trading secrets?
You come out looking like
that someone in the field
Yes, Mom. Why?
For protecting me.
which was Laura's college tuition.
Hi, how you doing?
Aired 2 years ago - Oct 23, 2016
As Daniel pursues Shaw, Station Chief Steven Frost and his associates Valerie Edwards and Robert Kirsch gather intelligence on a Georgian Islamic radical in order to avoid an extraordinary rendition by Langley. By episode’s end, Hector surprises us all.
Aired 2 years ago - Oct 16, 2016
CIA Officer Daniel Miller arrives in Berlin on a clandestine mission to unearth an anonymous whistleblower, alias Thomas Shaw, and reunites with his old friend Hector DeJean. As Daniel gets closer to Shaw, his quarry reacts in murderous fashion.