The moment came about in the midst of a last-ditch effort to protect who was then President-elect Keane in the midst of an assassination attempt. Saul investigated the woman, meeting with her and learning that she knows Quinn as John and the child in the photo is their son, John, Jr. I don't believe in fate, or destiny, or horoscopes, but I can't say I'm surprised things turned out this way. He was a true hero, and one who could only show who he wanted to be, who he really was, through a tragic end. Quinn has been a part of Carrie Mathison's world on Homeland since the second season, when he was hired to assassinate Congressman Nicholas Brody something he never accomplished.
This is the life she knows, the life she loved for so long but can no longer tolerate being part of — if not for the other lives that she's destroyed, but for the sake of her own life, which could only outrun that darkness so long before it catches up to her as well. But will the upcoming season be Homeland's last? Meanwhile, Carrie was escorted off of the White House premises after trying to secure a meeting with her. I was in it for Quinn. Showrunner Alexa Gansa could have been the answer to the biggest mystery but according to, Gansa has reportedly refused to do post-finale interviews this year. Want more stuff like this? Estes selected Quinn for the assignment.
The love she wanted to make work with Jonas could have possibly worked with Quinn if she hadn't rejected him. He met with Carrie while he was admitted to a hospital and though he was informed to stay in bed, he discharged himself from the hospital, quickly return to duty. Carrie showed him how terrorists used him as a test subject for a nerve gas, leaving his life hanging in the balance at the end of season five. Scene for scene, episode for episode, there is no actor who works harder than Danes does in this show. However, it does tie up the necessary loose ends and sets up an intriguing seventh season of the Showtime series. I think Dar himself may himself have tried the merchandise.
The climactic showdown just kind of petered out. That prompted Carrie to remove his pulse monitor before — presumably — pulling the plug or smothering him? More than ever, politics is conducted in echo chambers that we construct for ourselves via self-selected news and information feeds. He rejected any help from Carrie, who was told by the medical staff that it was probably better if she did not visit him. I'm not really sure in what capacity that would make sense. After 6 seasons, I'm so out.
You wanna get out of the car now, Madam President-elect? Once she saves the day, Carrie retreats back to Jonas , the German ginger Carrie built a life with before the ghosts of her past forced her to blow up that relationship. After a brief confrontation with Carrie, Brody was arrested by the surveillance team. She agreed to sleep on it. I had a slight of pre-sentience that his time had come up. Murray Abraham -orchestrated conspiracy that drove the season. Quinn later rescued from an ambush by assailants that turn out to be Russian intelligence officers. Carrie has become a liaison for the intelligence department in finding out how far the conspiracy against Keane went.
The actuality of a returning veteran. The end result of that conversation was Qasim taking multiple shots to the chest before Carrie could take out Bibi. The emotional stakes for Carrie are real no matter what she decides. He also tells her that he attended The Hill School and Harvard University. It's a lesson that Saul refuses to accept. Picking up right where the previous episode left off, Carrie tracked Qasim into the dark subway tunnel and, shortly after coming face-to-face with him realized he was on the fence about releasing the sarin gas in the train station. That answer will have to wait until next season.
He died making the ultimate sacrifice, giving up his life for the president-elect. Keane and Carrie trying to outrun the rogue gunmen in the hotel was one. But the debate will be had, and we'll have to wait and see if Quinn becomes the next Jon Snow or Glenn. While earlier this season Carrie went off her meds and cracked open her crazy corkboard to figure out who was hunting her, she decided in her unbalanced epiphany that it was all of them. According to , Quinn suffered a brain hemorrhage from the harsh treatment earlier in the season at the hands of the jihadists. Which is not an evolved soul.
The whole time, it was General McClendon pulling the strings. Meanwhile, to retrieve some other news pertaining to the Homeland season finale. There were moments that pushed the credibility envelope in the finale in service of the plot. The show made Carrie a sympathetic human being again — and that's a greater accomplishment than this season's alarming prescience about real-world events. The Great — The chilling, terrifying last five minutes.
Homeland is not a love story. That was excellent television, and erased an entire season of missteps. She and Quinn survived the blast while other agents were killed. Quinn was able to brinh his passengers to safety but he dies from bullet wounds in the process. I think there is a sense of ambiguity about that.