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Saul meets up with Majid Javadi in the West Bank to ask him if Iran is cheating on the nuclear deal. Javadi promises to investigate. 

When Saul returns to his sister's house, she confronts him about the purpose of his visit. She is hurt that the only time he visits her after twelve years it is a cover for his work. 

Saul's late-night activities have caught the attention of Mossad, and Etai - Saul's longtime friend and head of Israeli intelligence - intercepts Saul and holds him for questioning. 

Sekou is released from jail and Carrie and Reda drive him home, where his family has planned a surprise party for him. Reda once again confronts Carrie about her not-so-legal methods and Sekou's friends suspect him of being an FBI informant. 

Carrie is once again whisked off to a secret meeting with Keane and Emmons, where they ask her to break her agreement with the CIA to give them some dirt on Dar Adal they can use to hold him in check. In return, they offer her the chance to lead the wholesale reform of the CIA. 

Dar pays Carrie a visit to warn her to stand down. Carrie returns the warning. 

Quinn investigates the man he thinks has been watching Carrie. He breaks into his apartment and follows him to a parking lot in the middle of the night. When he tries to warn Carrie, she doesn't believe him. 

It turns out, the parking lot was the same lot where the delivery vans from Sekou's vans are kept. When Sekou goes on his first delivery run the morning after his release, the van explodes. It seems Sekou may have been framed by whoever has been watching Carrie. 

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Homeland
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4

Homeland Season 6 Episode 4 Quotes

CARRIE: I’m an ex-spy, Dar. I don’t pretend to be anything more than that.
DAR: I came to you as a friend, Carrie. An admirer, even. And I’m telling you this in the same spirit, stand down.
CARRIE: No, you stand down! You had your turn, fifty fucking years of it, and look where we are now. You stand down!

CARRIE: Why do you do it? Why do you post all that ugliness up online? […] Photos of fallen American soldiers. Links to suicide bombers in Iraq and Afghanistan. Why do you do that?
SEKOU: It’s meant to shock people. Wake them up to what’s happening in the Middle East. If someone breaks in your home, logic dictates you do whatever it takes to get them out.
CARRIE: Would it surprise you that I sympathize with what you just said about defending your home?
SEKOU: Except for when that home is in a Muslim land and the invader is the U.S. military. Then it’s terrorists killing Americans.
CARRIE: No, I get that argument, too. But I also have friends who lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan, so those images you say are meant to shock, they deeply offend me.