In this week's episode of "Homeland" (entitled "The [Expletive] with a Turban,") the action begins as Carrie returns to the warehouse where she was held by Abu Nazir. Battered and exhausted, the stops to rest for a moment, but hears the sound of distant footsteps. She follows the sound, heading deeper into the labryinth-like building, which has many tunnels beneath it.
She opens a door and sees a massive force of feds and law enforcement officers waiting to enter the building. When questioned, she tries to hide Brody's involvement in her escape from Nazir, while Peter Quinn explains that the VP is has died.
Back in their safe penthouse, Brody and his wife discuss what will happen now that the VP is dead. Dana freaks out after being penned up for so long, and declares that Mike was a better father than Brody ever was.
Elsewhere, Saul is being fitted for a polygraph test. He is soon interrogated by a mysterious person he doesn't recognize. Saul believes that Estes is trying to scapegoat him for Aileen Morgan's suicide, in order to keep him from blowing the lid off of the plan to kill Brody. With the polygraph results from Saul, Estes can force him to retire.
After Abu Nazir gets away from the warehouse scene, Carrie tells Peter that she thinks Nazir had help. There may just be a mole within the CIA, though Peter is reluctant to believe it. Carrie thinks that Danny Galvez could be the mole, based on mostly circumstantial evidence. When they search the car that belongs to Galvez, they find no trace of Nazir.
Later, Carrie interrogates Roya. She tries to appeal to Roya's better nature, knowing that Roya isn't a soldier. Roya seems like she is about to cave, but instead tells Carrie that she is stupid and that she and Abu Nazir do not fear Carrie and the CIA.
After being up for a day and a half, Carrie has an epiphany based on something Roya said. Nazir must still be hiding in the tunnels under the warehouse. Carrie and a team of operatives search the tunnels, and find evidence that Nazir did hide in the tunnels. Nazir appears from the shadows, killing one man and chasing Carrie down the hall. Reinforcements arrive, corner Nazir, and shoot him.
With Nazir dead, Estes and Quinn decide to go ahead with their plan to kill Brody. Meanwhile, Brody and Jess finally call it quits, now that there is no campaign and no threat to the family. He tries to tell Jess that he was once planning to become a suicide bomber, but she cuts him off: the truth is too much for her to bear.
Brody heads over to Carrie's apartment, and goes inside. Peter Quinn watches Brody go inside her apartment, and doesn't attempt to kill Brody as he had been previously instructed. His motivations for doing so are unclear.
Next week: it's the season finale! Will Peter Quinn kill Brody, or will Carrie find a way to save his life? Has Quinn developed feelings for Carrie? Will Saul save the day?