Max chases the man for one hundred years, and it is glorious because Max is glorious, but also comes to no avail, because Max is useless. Carrie and Quinn are angry, which unites them, but also divides them. I worry about old Quinn, I really do.
Jessica: "Is your injured hand still injured?"
Brody: "Yes. It works much like a hand in that way."
Jessica: "Can you tell me about your secret CIA doings?"
Brody: "No. They are much like secrets in that way."
Jessica: "Is our daughter performing her morning routine in a satisfactory manner?"
Brody: "Perhaps you should bitch out on her."
Dana: "I cannot go to school today. I have the measles and the mumps, a gash, a rash, and purple bumps. Also, I ran over a lady with the son of the Vice President of the United States."
Jessica: "In this family those are not excuses."
The machines still cannot recognize the strange man, even without his sunglasses. Did he go to Oxford? They cannot say. Did he work in television, perhaps in Yemen? No, they cannot say. The machines are mum on Yemen.
Carrie: "I have an idea."
Team Quinn: "Is it that we call your married boyfriend to come here? Like you've discovered a bug in your shower and need a man to save you from it?"
Carrie: "Why don't we call Nick Brody to come look at this man. He is only part machine."
Quinn: "Yes, let's tell the Al-Qaeda jihadist everything we know instead of making him tell us things he knows. Let us do the opposite of our plan."
Carrie: "Were it not for Brody, we wouldn't be uselessly following Roya in the first place. Perhaps he can give us some more semi-useful information."
Carrie: "-- Besides, we've already told him more than enough for all of us to be murdered."
Quinn: "See, I get why you think that's a compelling part of your argument, but in fact it does not make me feel more comfortable."
Jessica: "Dana! A bright new day of things to blurt out at the wrong time!"
Dana: "Where is Chris?"
Jessica: "Who's this 'Chris'? Get up!"
Jessica: "Brody, our daughter has problems. I don't like it, and I don't like her."
Brody: "Oh, my text messaging."
Jessica: "Who is text messaging you? Is it the CIA? Is it that crazy lady who doesn't work at the CIA?"
Brody: "You are a ridiculous person. You have managed to find a reason to hang out with Mike Faber in every episode so far, which is half the season, and you're worried about Carrie Mathison? A crazy lady who doesn't even work at the CIA?"
Dana: "One of you bitches better drive me to school, if I'm going. I'm sure as hell not getting a ride with Finn Walden."