Episode after episode this is confirming one of the most brilliant shows of all times.
What I really like about this show is that there isn't one moment wasted throughout the whole 50 minutes. Every scene, main or side, is there for a reason, no dialogue is wasted, every silence is worth something.
And this episode is an high point proving all this. It proved that Homeland doesn't always need mindblowing twists to get the viewers attention.
Of course the interrogation scene is the icing on the cake for this episode. A strong performance from the actors and a beautifully written dialogue makes this one of my favourite scenes of all that I've seen.
Quality tv is possible. Please take note mediocre networks.