The episode begins with Saul meet Dar Adal at a diner. After a brief conversation, Saul asks him about Peter Quinn. Dar tells him that Peter is one of his. Saul knows that Estes has brought in a black ops guy in the picture. Dar tells him that maybe Estes did not trust Saul anymore and he put Peter in to keep a watch on Saul. Dar says that Saul is too emotional for this line and he is amazed that Saul managed to stay this long. Well, so is Saul. Mike and Jessica are not guilty for having sex. Brody arrives and thanks Mike for his help. Brody meets his children and then while they are alone Jessica wants to know what is the next step. ..Read the full recap
Abu Nazir: You love him, too. Perhaps we have that in common
Carrie: We have nothing in common.
Brody: It's good that Mike was here.
Jessica: Yeah, it helped...What are we doing?
Brody: I don't know.
Jessica: Dana told me it was Carrie that stopped you from going to the police.
Brody: Yes it was.
Brody: What the f**k have you done to Carrie?
Nazir: Did you think it would be easy? That you could betray me and just walk away?
Brody: It's over. Get that into your f***king head.
Nazir: It's not over.
Brody: Let me talk to her, god damnit.
Nazir: Nicholas, calm down. If you want to help her you will do exactly as I tell you. I need you to get into the Vice Presidents home office.
Nazir: There's a treadmill in there. Somewhere near it there's a plastic case the size of a book. Inside it, there's a serial number.
Brody: How the f**k do you know all this?
Nazir: New York Times, believe it or not. Get me the number.
Brody: Why? Tell me god damnit!
Nazir: Walden has a bad heart.
Nazir: His pacemaker can be wirelessly accessed with that number.
Dana: Turns out my dad is like a super spy and terrorists want to kill him or some shit...I don't know.
Finn: Sounds kind of insane.
Dana: Doesn't it?
Carrie: This is what you did to Brody, isn't it? A lot of pain, a little love. Am I supposed to feel grateful?
Nazir: I don't care what you feel.
The New York Times: Abu Nazir tells Brody that he found out information about the Vice President's office by reading The New York Times.
The New York Times is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City since September 18, 1851.