Are you ready for some more drama courtesy of “Homeland”? Well, you better get ready for the Showtime series’ most dramatic episode yet. On Sunday night, the show is set to unveil “Q&A,” which is going to be particularly interesting to us in that it is Brody’s first full episode while in CIA custody.
Suffice it to say, this is probably going to mark the worst day of Brody’s life, even more so than his first capture by the hands of Abu Nazir. He will be tormented here, and it is a completely different sort of torment than what we saw from him in the past. On this occasion, the suffering he goes through will be more of the mental variety as he faces a cruel reality: everyone could know potentially that he is a traitor and a terrorism, including his fellow members of Congress, his wife, and his children.
Still, the part of this that we find the most curious at the moment is the decision by the agency to keep everything in the dark at the moment when it comes to just what exactly is going on. This means effectively that no one really knows much of anything about where Brody is after his capture, and it of courses causes Jess to descend into a state of panic that is far greater than when his impromptu road trip pretty much ruined the speech that he was supposed to give to military veterans.
What do you think about this video, and do you think it is at all possible that Brody can find his way out of this both alive and with his secret still intact from the public?