Homeland (2011– )
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The Litvinov Ruse 

The CIA and BND make a play, while Quinn reaches a terrifying discovery.

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(based on the original Israeli series "Prisoners of War" by), (developed for American television by) | 5 more credits »
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Otto Düring (credit only)
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Jonas Hollander (credit only)
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Laura Sutton (credit only)
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Astrid
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Bibi Hamed
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Etai Luskin
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Hans Podolski
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Storyline

Saul accepts that Alison is a double agent. He and Carrie make a deal with the Germans to unmask Alison. Saul is using his personal relationship with Alison to set up surveillance on her. Alison is being followed on her way to the Russian safe house where is arrested. There is an attempt on Quinn's life. Written by Andreea D

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Trivia

The Gouta chemical attack in Syria that Quinn mentions was real. It occurred on August 21st, 2013, and videos of the attack are still available on YouTube. See more »

Goofs

At the Hauptbahnhof Allison first enters a platform 16, leaves the train and crosses over to platform 15. The BND-officers report entering at 15 and crossing over to 16 to a train bound for Potsdam. While these trains really depart at platform 16 you can see her entering at 15 (at 16 there wouldn't be any platforms visible on the other side of the train. See more »

Quotes

Carrie Mathison: [about Alison] We have a problem, because she's not taking the bait. Or do you still believe that she's innocent?
Saul Berenson: I don't know what the fuck to believe anymore.
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Homeland Theme
Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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Nerve wrecking but superb !
2 December 2015 | by (ireland) – See all my reviews

Oh boy ! What an episode ! I was on the edge of my seat for 50 mins, my palms sweating, jittering. It was a great show in terms of story telling, edginess, wit, twist... superb!

However it stays with you for a while, lingers in your head. Psychological thriller at its best. After what happen in Paris recently, you really keep thinking that ALL OF IT is plausible and there are factions in Europe that are surely thinking about ...That... Is scares the hell out of me.

Danes & Patinkin are back the "dynamite" duo and the tension is palpable, you out to love them, despite her always saying a word to many and him being a cuddly hard a*s. But the palm MUST go to Rupert Friend (Quinn) who is a genius actor. His character is bruised, battered and more... You really feel for him and all is torments. If the tension goes any higher, I will need to get blood pressure pills...can't wait for next week...or can I ?


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