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Because after an hour of being forced to listen to death metal you'll confess to anything. They were practicing sleep deprivation, where just as he's about to nod off they jolt him awake again.
Here is Nicolas Brody's (Damian Lewis) answer on it - Q. Why does the wife call him Brody? A. [Laughs] Morena’s been asking that all season. “Why don’t I call him Nick?” I’m a boarding-school-educated Brit so people have been calling me by my last name forever. So it doesn’t seem that weird to me. I think the writers see it as a term of ...
In Season 1 finale, when Brody and Walker meet in the tunnel, Walker tells Brody “We both got to the same place, Nick. I just got there quicker,” Keeping this statement, IMO, Walker was turned by Nazir and his men. There are no scenes of him, where he has been shown interacting with Nazir or any of his men, during his captivity, which masks any ...
Though it's pure speculation, but my best guess would be Roya. She might have picked it up herself or she got it done through one of her operatives.
I tweeted Numan Acar who amazingly tweeted back saying he said " You traitor"
I remember looking it up after watching this and apparently (unless I've been misled) he said 'Tum kafir', which is bad Urdu\Kurdish for 'You infidel' (though in this context, it's more like a profane 'blood traitor'). Here's some info about this term. EDIT: Just re-listened to this and it does sound like 'Kum kafish'. However, the actor is Turkish and ...
Ok, while not having seen it recently, I'll give it a try based more on common sense than exact information from the respective episodes. While I don't exactly remember if or when she definitely finds out, the fact that she "numerously indicates that Brody is sleeping with the CIA girl" doesn't necessarily imply that she really finds this out. Even if not ...
Currently, Carrie does not know anything about the drone strike. Her thoughts for why Brody turned are because Brody was broken and became grateful to the man that 'rescued' him from his torture. It seems the only people left alive that know about the strike, as of S2E12, is Saul, with Quinn having an idea that the hit on Brody is for something 'personal' ...
It's a form of "not really torture" called Advanced Interrogation Techniques. The band they used are called Gridlink, by the way.
I think it's actually Asilah, Morocco. It says it was filmed there but depicts Greece. You can see photos from the link below. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=376513599150057&set=a.376512982483452.1073741828.145172285617524&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.376512982483452.1073741828.145172285617524&type=3
It is in the Greek Islands. According to 'Homeland' Recap, Season 3 Finale: Redemption And Croissants, Mira appears in scene with the breakfast and newspaper and Saul says: is that the way they do croissants on the Greek islands? Based on the blue roofs and white houses, I think the exact place is Santorini:
Good question! Just a guess, but perhaps she thought she was under surveillance, so she had to act the part. There might have spy cameras hidden in her house, or some people with binoculars & telephoto leses could have been watching her through a window. That makes sense regarding the story. But from the perspective of the filmmakers and actors, it ...
While later programs make it obvious to omniscient viewers of the series that Carrie's actions are in line with the events which play out, her reactions are realistically inline with those of a person who suffers from a profound mental disorder. When this occurs, the person has very limited control (if any) over their response to external stimuli, especially ...
Brody admits to Carrie that he did indeed convert to Islam but he insists that he is not a terrorist (S1E7). Soon after that, Carrie learns that Tom Walker is alive and hence all suspicions are on him from that moment onward. Carrie is more or less convinced that she was wrong about Brody. Also, after the episode at the bunker where nothing happens to the ...
The whole deal was off the records (e.g., Saul tries to find out something from his guy in the office (a confidant of the president?), or as Dar Adal tells to Saul). The main point of the deal was that there is only one copy and this copy belongs to Saul/Dar Adal (Also, do not forget that Haqqani promised not to assault any US facilies (anymore ;)). That ...
There’s a scene at the beginning of episode 9 where John directly asks Dennis Boyd about whether he was stealing documents for Sandy Bachman, and says: John: I don't know, Dennis. Like I said, Sandy was your friend. Maybe he convinced you it was for the war effort. Dennis: It wasn't me, John. I think John’s statement is the closest the show comes to ...
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