Following the dramatic events at the mill, Carrie must decide where her heart lies: does she want to be back at the CIA - with a promotion, no doubt - or leading a very different life?
Becoming exhausted, Carrie continues to hunt for Nazir, her suspicion turning towards the CIA itself. Roya reveals her true colours under interrogation, and Saul finds himself fighting for his career.
When Saul catches up with an old friend, he discovers evidence of covert activities by Estes. But it's Carrie, seemingly at the top of her game, who turns out to be more in the dark than anyone else.
In an effort to clarify his priorities, Brody makes a key phone call before things can spiral further out of control
The lies that are tangling his relationships with Carrie, Roya and Jessica leave Brody heading for a serious meltdown as he struggles to keep his complicated alliances separate
Reeling from the ambush, Carrie and the team struggle to regain control of their operation, while Brody and his family attend a fundraiser at a Virginia horse farm
Dana visits the hospital and is shocked by what she sees there. Faber gets tangled up with the CIA when he asks too many questions about his old friend Tom Walker.
Brody finds himself a prisoner again, this time in the US. Carrie has to play second fiddle after her rash judgement call at the hotel, while Estes is busy ensuring that Jessica stays off their trail.
Estes is stunned by information Saul gives him in a secret debrief. He authorises a covert operation to pursue intelligence recovered in Beirut, but only once his own trusted operative is in charge.
Carrie convinces herself that a triumphant return to the CIA may be on the cards. Brody finds out that the Gettysburg bomb-maker is on a terrorist watch list.
Carrie goes against the advice of her family, and gets involved in an operation aiming to neutralise the threat posed by Abu Nazir. Brody's handler presses the Congressman into service.
Months after Carrie's expulsion from the CIA and the dramatic events that prompted her to undergo electro-convulsive therapy, the former CIA officer is on the slow path to recovery