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Carrie receives a new piece of electronic evidence from an undercover agent while staying glued to the surveillance footage of life in Brody's home, which reveals a man struggling with his traumatic memories and resisting pressure to become a media hero.
Sunday October 09th, 2011
| UK (Channel 4)
||Feb 26, 2012|
||Mar 13, 2013|
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The scene opens with Nicholas remembering when he was in Baghdad. He has his friend put in the grave and the terrorists put a gun to his head and pull the trigger. Nicholas wakes up from the nightmare and it wakes up Carrie as well. Jessica is getting breakfast ready for the kids when Nicholas comes out. He asks what happened and she tells that he was muttering something in Arabic and holding her arm. He apologizes when he sees the marks. Chris comes downstairs and tells that the reporters are still out there. CBS News wants to do an interview and Nicholas tells Dana to tell them that he is not home. Nicholas says that he will be fine and that Jessica can go to work. After they leave, Carrie watches him closely. Nicholas remembers when he was in a tight cell. He goes outside and then goes back inside really quickly and crouches in the corner. ..Read the full recap
Ratings: 0.94 Million Viewers
Trivia: The killing of Osama bin Ladin was referenced as part of the plot. Bin Ladin was killed while this episode was in production.
Jessica: You punched a reporter.
Brody: Oh, he'll live.
Jessica: In front of Chris.
Brody: He'll live, too.
Judge Jeffrey Turner: Are you ever going to let me off your hook, Saul?
Saul: We both know you're far too fine a judge for that, Jeffrey.
Judge Jeffrey Turner: Can we at least act like this is about the law rather than a brief moment of weakness in my past?
Saul: This is absolutely about the law, your honor.
When Brody is singing Marine Corps Hymn, he says the wrong lyrics. When he is kneeling over the grave, he says "First to fight for right and country." The correct line is "First to fight for right and freedom".
Brody says his prayer out loud to himself. However, a Muslim does not need to speak the verses if he is praying alone, reciting them at heart or soundlessly is enough.
Jozef Israëls: The painting Saul comments on during his meeting with the judge is "Mending the Nets" by Dutch-Jewish painter Jozef Israëls.
Season 1, Episode 1:
Saul has an analyst looking at the video's of Brody's homecoming. Carrie noticed a pattern in the movement of Brody's fingers in 1x01 "Pilot
" that she thinks is a signal.
Season 1, Episode 1:
We find out that the pills that Carrie was taking in 1x01 "Pilot
" are supplied to her by her sister, and that her father also suffers from the same illness.