Yeah that prayer was jewish. Saul tried to express that it was jewish by his jewish accent.
But how awesome was Saul's grin at the very end of the show when he turned around and saw Carrie? Mandy Patinkin is fantastic.
Read the prayer was in Hebrew this morning. That shoots that theory.
I think they bring Dar Adal and Quinn into play next season, with Quinn's struggle about what if he had shot Brody, while Carrie attempts to clear Brody's name.
Interestingly, Brody is the only one I could see actually being bad again of the current characters (he didn't actually ask Dana to come with). I think there will be a lot of evidence stacked against him this time, but ultimately he didn't do it. I'm sure the Walden thing will come out, via Saul guessing correctly in a conversation with Carrie.
The only thing I was really disappointed in was that Estes bit it, but I get it since he had more or less been neutralized by Quinn. I think the Quinn scene was necessary as the file on Saul had to be redacted so that he could be put in charge of the CIA next season. The only way to do that was to change Etes' mind somehow, and the Quinn scene was masterful. (and like I mentioned earlier, I think it's going to play a huge part in the next season).
Overall, I thought this season was spectacular. Tons of action and events occurred but were well organized to maintain the premise of the show (who is Brody?).
Did they officially shoot down the Muslim American kid that works for the CIA, the one that they thought had hid Nazir in his trunk? He's been on the show since day 1. If he shows up next season i say it's him.
I think the story with Quinn will be how he cares for Carrie, but may be assigned to kill Brody or even her after the last episode. (maybe he isn't assigned, but rather takes it on himself like he was about to do with Estes). More likely I see him trying to win Carrie over Brody since Brody's wife is basically out of the picture.
Not sure about the mole, but doubt that he or she will be Muslim Too predictable. It'll be someone who is greedy or has family in danger somehow...
Grantland has a great recap of the last episode/season:
Homeland Season 2, Episode 12: 'The Choice' - Hollywood Prospectus Blog - Grantland
Why would Quinn even line Brody up in his sights if he was not going to shoot him?
I'm surprised no one is talking about the last episode. I sure didn't see that coming
Have only seen seasons one and two and loved them. The show seems to lack for budget in comparison to Game of Thrones, and it is really far fetched at times, but the acting is awesome.
When I found out Saul was the guy from The Princess Bride it made me like it even more.
Morena Baccarin and Morgan Saylor aren't coming back for season 4.