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Homeland - possible "Better Call Saul" series reference

It was a two part meaning to the title. As per the Wikipedia page on the episode The episode title "Better Call Saul" title refers to the necessity of Homeland character Carrie Mathison getting in ...
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Is the girl in the poster of Homeland an actress of the show?

TL;DR: OP asks a series of questions: Is the girl in the poster of Homeland an actress of the show? With regards to that specific image, no, she is not. I can't think otherwise because her image is ...
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How did the video of sergeant Brody end up in Saul's hands?

Most likely picked up by a member of the terrorist network, who had been instructed to deliver it to Abbas Ali. What we know about the memory card: It was left by Brody in a specific location When ...
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Why is this person killed in the season finale of Homeland's season 5?

Saul was tying up loose ends, both personally and professionally. I think you're right that it was a bit over the top to have her killed (especially since we've seen the super-max prison in past ...
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In Season 3 finale, did Brody really mean to finish the mission or only after he have the chance?

Chanandler has given a bit of background which I would generally agree with, however I think there's one thing that hasn't been touched on yet: Brody's state of mind clearly changed, during that ...
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Homeland season 8 ep.12, What was wrong with "on my way in" message?

You misunderstood: Back in D.C, Saul’s captors arouse suspicion when they text Wellington from Saul’s phone that he’s “on his way in”… but his meeting with Wellington isn’t at the office.
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Dar Adal and Peter Quinn: "Dirty old man"?

I would hedge bets 30:70 on answers 2., and 3., respectively. Negative argument by parsimony of "out-universe" factors: My argument to support this revolves primarily around parsimony, ...
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Dar Adal and Peter Quinn: "Dirty old man"?

Am I reading in to this, or did Peter just reveal that he and Dar Adal have an actual sexual history? No...that's exactly what is being stated here
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Did Damian Lewis appear in Season 6?

No, he wasn't in Season 6. (according to IMDB) I did a search of the cast for each of the Season 6 episodes (using IMDB). I made sure to show the "full cast" before searching. Damian Lewis doesn't ...
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Why Lockhart, Dar Adal and the third guy did this in Homeland

As explained on the Wikipedia page: While thinking a CIA extraction team was on the way, Javadi's men arrive and take Brody into custody, part of a deal the CIA made with Javadi to help him advance ...
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Why wasn't Anna Pomerantseva issued a suicide pill?

Re 'Issue' Anna was an off-book asset. The answer is kinda short, but hopefully it does kinda point out a possible assumption OP makes. OP seems to make the assumption that Anna discussed her ...
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Why is Carrie allowed to just go about freely?

Saul posted bail/put up bond for Carrie. This doesn't quite explain why in the first place bail wasn't denied, but it does explain why she isn't held in jail or has an ankle monitor or anything.
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Mental illnesses in Carrie's family

We were never shown any further evidence during the show, nor the subject is discussed. Apparently (medically speaking) it's also not that simple, we can't know for sure if she has or not based on her ...
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Was Brody drugged to make him talk?

We'll never know. It's never mentioned in the later episodes. It's possible, as you state in your question and some commenters suggest, but at the same time: it's a lengthy interrogation process ...
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Dar Adal and Peter Quinn: "Dirty old man"?

I agree that it is highly possible that Dar Adal sexually abused Peter Quinn. The facts add up. Quinn was an underage orphan. Sexual manipulation tactics used on new recruits by recruiters (even done ...
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Why did Saul miss Walden's memorial service at Langley to go to Nazir's burial at sea?

The reason Saul oversaw Nazir's funeral is simple: They did not want to kill off his character. Saul is well-loved, plus he's one of the good guys (notice how most of the characters who were killed ...
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