There are so many things this episode did right: from the moment a car crashed into Carrie, I knew exactly what was going on. I was in suspense the whole time, sitting on the edge of my seat - but it all felt a little predictable.
The whole terrorist plot is dissolving quickly, or is it? I like how Brody swore on Isa's immortal sole, it shows that he didn't completely betray the fact that Carrie knows what he did, and what then happened with Walden and Brody in the office seems a little forced.
Brody wanted his family back right? He had a deal, it was almost done, end of story. But now with Walden gone, and Carrie fully knowing whodunnit, what's to become of Brody?
I'm interested to see what Saul's in for, possibly a big pile of he'll be kicked out, I don't know, but it probably involves Quinn.