Homeland (2011– )
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One Last Thing 

Saul has found and rescued Brody and is now trying to help him recover from addiction. A task that proved to be a little challenging, so Saul turns to Carrie for help. She only agrees to help after she hears about Saul's new plan.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nicholas Brody
Peter Quinn
Jessica Brody (credit only)
Chris Brody (credit only)
Mira Berenson (credit only)
Virgil Piotrowski
Scott Ryan
Max Piotrowski
Hafez 'A-Z' Azizi
Yousef Turani


Quinn's team discovers that Saul's wife's lover is Mossad agent, who interviewed senator Andrew Lockhart. Saul uses this information, enough for a press scandal, to blackmail his successor in agreeing to delay the CIA director take-over several months. Only now equally discredited Carrie, who recovers from Quinn's expert shot fast, is told that Brody has been found and repatriated from Caracas as part of a daring plan, for which she must help motivate him. After a military team rehabilitates the drug addict, he's to be introduced by double agent Javadi, as a PR boon, to the Iranian secret service chief and assassin him, so Javadi can move up to number three in the republican power pyramid as his presumed successor. Written by KGF Vissers

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24 November 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Khalid Klein originally auditioned for the role of Yousef Turani; which went to actor Jared Ward. See more »


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Like a Cage Match ... for actors
14 October 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Be honest, the romance between Danes and Lewis did not always gel for this reviewer but if you stuck it out for the first two seasons, here in this episode you finally get a payoff.

This entry intentionally or otherwise seems to focus on the best and brightest stars in the series : Patinkin, Danes and Lewis.

It is astonishing how, once given the freedom to move to center stage, the entire tone and quality of an already-solid series rises like a helium balloon to the clouds ... and keeps on moving.

Each of these principals gives the performance of his or her life, and seems to do so effortlessly. While the plot of the series is meandering, manipulative , and more often than not fails to connect with viewer endorphins, this episode, filled to the brim with talent, makes up for all that ... and more.


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