Saul Follows a Lead Season 6 Episode 4

Saul Follows a Lead Season 6 Episode 4

Saul makes a surprise visit to his sister in the West Bank to investigate claims of an Iranian parallel nuclear program.
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Quinn Warns Carrie - Homeland

Quinn Warns Carrie - Homeland

Quinn warns a skeptical Carrie that someone has been watching her from the apartment across the street.
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Carrie and Franny Get a Visit from Dar - Homeland

Carrie and Franny Get a Visit from Dar - Homeland

Carrie gets an unexpected visit from Dar Adal outside of Franny's school.
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Carrie Gets an Interesting Offer - Homeland

Carrie Gets an Interesting Offer - Homeland

President-elect Keane offers Carrie the opportunity to reform the CIA in exchange for incriminating information on Dar Adal.
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Handling Her Client - Homeland

Handling Her Client - Homeland

Carrie attempts to handle her client on Homeland. "A Flash of Light" is the fourth episode of the show's sixth season.
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Homeland Season 6 Episode 4 Quotes

CARRIE: I’m an ex-spy, Dar. I don’t pretend to be anything more than that.
DAR: I came to you as a friend, Carrie. An admirer, even. And I’m telling you this in the same spirit, stand down.
CARRIE: No, you stand down! You had your turn, fifty fucking years of it, and look where we are now. You stand down!

CARRIE: Why do you do it? Why do you post all that ugliness up online? […] Photos of fallen American soldiers. Links to suicide bombers in Iraq and Afghanistan. Why do you do that?
SEKOU: It’s meant to shock people. Wake them up to what’s happening in the Middle East. If someone breaks in your home, logic dictates you do whatever it takes to get them out.
CARRIE: Would it surprise you that I sympathize with what you just said about defending your home?
SEKOU: Except for when that home is in a Muslim land and the invader is the U.S. military. Then it’s terrorists killing Americans.
CARRIE: No, I get that argument, too. But I also have friends who lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan, so those images you say are meant to shock, they deeply offend me.