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Series 2 - Episode 10
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Don’t be tempted to read on if you’ve bought your RT early and haven’t yet seen last week’s episode – spoilers lie ahead. Not big or detailed spoilers because at the time of writing tonight’s episode is still some time away from airing in America so information, trailers and clips are sparse, to say the least. But we’re entering the home straight of this series now, the point where in season one the plot went from powerfully gripping to painfully so.
The hunt for Abu Nazir is escalating, with Carrie close to exhaustion. Saul has incriminating information about Estes. And Roya, Brody’s terrorist handler, shows her true colours under interrogation. One other bonus: there’s a cameo from the wonderful F Murray Abraham.
Saul catches up with an old friend and discovers evidence of covert activities by Estes. Brody and Vice President Walden find themselves at odds over the future of their political relationship, while Dana and Finn come to terms with their own differences. Thriller, starring Damian Lewis, Mandy Patinkin and David Harewood.
Cast & Crew
Vice President William Walden
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