Carrie flags down a trucker and then mugs the trucker and then walks away so his screaming at her that she is a crazy person doesn't interrupt her telephone call she's making with the phone she just mugged from him.
Carrie: "Saul, guess who? So, Abu Nazir is in an abandoned mill over here."
Saul: "Over here where?"
Carrie: "Sir? Sir! Stop yelling at me about your phone and tell me where we are."
(He does, nonplussed. Carrie will get some shit done.)
Carrie: "Highway 50, east of Chantilly."
Saul: "Okay. Do not fuck up, do not go anywhere, stay where you are. I am serious. Stand exactly where you are, and wait patiently for extraction, like a professional."
Carrie: "Saul, of course I am going to do that."
The whole of Team Quinn lays out a giant paper map on a table and starts looking for Chantilly -- like you would do, in 2012, if you were in the CIA, and had futuristic spy technology literally crammed everywhere in the whole room that you are currently in -- and she hands the guy his phone with a sincere apology and settles in to wait quietly -- like a professional -- for extraction.
Brody waits until Walden is absolutely fucking dead, and then finally gets to express all his pent-up stress and terror he's been so good about keeping under wraps when he runs screaming out into the building about how he needs a medic for the Vice President.
Saul's on his way into that main place with all the metal detectors, when some earphone guys -- always scary -- grab him and redirect him upstairs.
Saul, verbatim: "What for? I'm on my way to catch a terrorist!"
Earphone Guys: "We don't care. We are gigantic and you are an old raccoon with malnutrition. Don't make it weird."
Saul: Makes it weird.
AFTER APPROX 5 SECONDS
Carrie gets bored! Heads on back to the warehouse she just escaped from moments before, at the cost of our Vice President's life. Picks up a lead pipe like she's in a video game. Finds the darkest, scariest, creakiest metal door, behind which is just darkness and heads the fuck on in there. None of which is a surprise, at all. But it's a weird, utterly resonant image to go out on, after such an intense episode of watching somebody else running around in such bright places.