Carrie Warns Roger - Homeland

Carrie Warns Roger - Homeland

Carrie visits Roger outside NSA offices to warn him that Conlin knows about the recording.
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Keane is Evacuated to Safety - Homeland

Keane is Evacuated to Safety - Homeland

Following a bombing in NYC, PEOTUS Elizabeth Keane is transferred to an undisclosed location.
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Franny and her Nanny - Homeland

Franny and her Nanny - Homeland

Franny's nanny is pretty freaked out by Quinn's violent behavior.
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Quinn Babysits Franny - Homeland

Quinn Babysits Franny - Homeland

When Carrie leaves Quinn alone with Franny for 45 minutes, all hell breaks loose.
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Carrie Talks to the Police Chief - Homeland

Carrie Talks to the Police Chief - Homeland

Carrie tries to convince the police chief to allow her to talk to Quinn.
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Following Her Home - Homeland

Following Her Home - Homeland

Carries finds that her work has followed her home on Homeland. "Casus Belli" is the fifth episode of the show's sixth season.
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Homeland Season 6 Episode 5 Quotes

What did you expect would happen if you let down your guard? If you announce to the world that the terrorist threat has passed? “Oh, they’re all in Raqqa or wherever, bringing on the end of the world over there with their goats.” If you stop pushing back against them here, every minute, if you are that stupid, what do you get? Boom! That’s what you get!
Madam President-elect, I hope you’re listening and, if you are, hear me now, you brought this down on us. You did! If you want a fight, and apparently you do, if you want a fight, you’ve got one from me, in spades. You’ve got the fight of your life!

O’Keefe

DAR: I’d like to bring you up to speed on the attack and a few unfortunate facts you should be aware of. The bombers name was Sekou Bah, an American Muslim of Nigerian decent. He’d just been released from the Metropolitan Detention Center where he was awaiting trial on federal terrorism charges.
KEANE: Wait, we had him in custody?
DAR: We did. He was being defended pro bono by a nonprofit in Brooklyn. They got the case thrown out on procedural grounds. But there’s something you should know. I’m afraid one of our former officers works at this nonprofit and was very involved in the case, Carrie Mathison.