Homeland doesn't seem to get unnecessarily complex (unlike that dreadful Hunted series) but I did find myself puzzled by the ending on Sunday.
Why was Quinn going to assassinate Brody until the moment he found that Abu Nazir hadn't been caught/killed?
Is it just something that hasn't been revealed yet about the shady dealings of Quinn and Estes, or did I miss something in the plot?
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