The episode begins with Carrie picking up vegetables from her garden. Her father and sister are watching the news and Frank is worried that Carrie’s lithium levels are too high. His daughter, Maggie asks him to stay out of it. Carrie then goes to her room for grading papers and she follows the news online. Next, we see that Saul is in the embassy in Beirut. His team mates tell him that a woman has come to them with some information. Saul hasn’t seen her before. The woman wants a face to face. Saul agrees to meet her and he asks arrangements to be made. He leaves and he sees that someone is tailing his car. But they manage to elude the tail and meet the woman. ..Read the full recap
Saul: Thanks for getting back.
Carrie: I'm guessing this isn't a social call.
Carrie: What's going on?
Saul: I can't talk. We're on an open line, but we need your help. I know, I hate myself for even asking.
Carrie: Well can't it wait until tomorrow?
Saul: I'm afraid not. David Estes is sitting outside your house right now.
Carrie: Well tonight is Thursday. I cook dinner for the family on Thursdays. I'm making vegetable lasagne with vegetables I picked this morning from the garden. Don't make me talk to him, Saul. I don't ever want to see him again. I've put all that away.
Saul: Please, Carrie.
David: I want you to know, Carrie, this is much appreciated.
Carrie: Let's just get it over with, okay?
David: There's a photo inside I'd like you to take a look at. Do you recognize her?
Carrie: Yeah, I recognize her. Why?
David: Who is she?
Carrie: Fatima Ali, first wife of Abbas Ali.
David: The Hezbollah district commander. How do you know her?
Carrie: I recruited her, that's how.
David: Yet there's no record of her being an asset of yours.
Carrie: I ran her off book.
Carrie: Because I was interested in keeping her alive.
Carrie: ...then I moved to Calgary.
Mendez: So what's the hockey team?
Carrie: Uh, I don't follow hockey.
Mendez: You're from Calgary you follow hockey. It's the Flames.
Maggie: Carrie, please. This is crazy.
Carrie: Believe me, I wouldn't be going if I had a choice.
Maggie: You do have a choice. You always have a choice.
Carrie: No, not this time.
Maggie: Carrie, you're just starting to get back on your feet. You're not ready for this.
Carrie: Don't you think I know that?
Maggie: Regular sleep and meals, avoiding stress, a schedule. These are the things that have been working so well for you. At least call Doctor Rosenberg before you make a decision.
Carrie: I've already decided.
Maggie: I don't understand how you can trust these people for one minute after what they did to you.
Carrie: I trust Saul. He'll be there to hold my hand and it's only for a few days.
Maggie: You say this is about patriotism, but we both know that's not the whole story. Part of you wants to do this.
When Carrie is taken to the safe house in Nicosia, Cyprus, a view is shown of a home overlooking the sea. However, the sea is not visible from the city of Nicosia.
When Carrie is introduced to Major Mendez the Major wearing a Combat Infantrymen's Badge. Women are not eligible to serve in the Infantry and have never been authorized to wear this medal.
Brody is told by the Senator that the reporter is "down the hall in the Senator's office". Senators and Representatives do not have offices in the same buildings.
Dana is told that she needs to understand the "Quaker meeting" better. The Society of Friends is called "Quaker" only colloquially. Members would not ever refer formally to a meeting as a "Quaker" meeting.
While the Lebanese security chase after Saul there's a green sign on a garage that says "shnap" in Hebrew. Hebrew is not the favourite language in Beirut.
Crew or Equipment Visible:
When Saul is on the phone with Carry, the background in his room shows a city. However, through wind and movement in the room, you can see that the city view is actually just a giant poster.
The Calgary Flames: Mendez says to Carrie, about living in Calgary, "You're from Calgary you follow hockey. It's the Flames."
The Calgary Flames are a professional ice hockey team based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.