Loved so much about the finale, but nothing more than Saul's redemption - both personally and professionally as a result of tragedy. Mandy Patinkin is singlehandedly capable of keeping this show interesting going forward.
It's hard to imagine we'll see much of Brody or his family next season, but I don't mind that at all. Bring on Saul trying to lead the CIA post-bombing, with opposition from the Dara Dall / Peter Quinn side of the world.
While I don't think Brody's explanation of Nazir's plan completely holds up after the fact, it does at least make the kidnapping, skyping, pacemaker stopping and camping out seem *slightly* less absurd.