HOMELAND | Carrie & Quinn | “The most remarkable aspect of episode [’Casus Belli’] — written by Chip Johannessen and directed by Alex Graves — is not so much how the plot around Carrie thickens but the depth of the love story that is emerging around Carrie and her high-maintenance house guest. “A huge misunderstanding” is not how most parents would react to the news that their kid is being held in a basement with a man equipped with high-powered weapons. Carrie’s faith in Quinn’s essential goodness is unwavering, even when it appears to everyone on the outside that he’s taken Carrie’s daughter Franny and nanny hostage in her basement. Carrie knows in her bones that Quinn’s only mission is to protect Franny — he will never deliberately harm her. And clearly Carrie has complex feelings for Quinn. She wasn’t exaggerating when she told him through the window that seeing Quinn bond with Franny provided “the best feeling I’ve had in a really long time.” – Variety
6.06 Fuck me!! I have to say my favorite scene in this episode was Carrie in Conlin's house. Kudos to Alex Graves for this obviously Hitchcock-inspired scene!! I gasped out loud when Carrie and the killer saw each other in the reflection on the art work. And again when she slipped getting to the car!! Jesus Christ!! This killer, whoever he is, is "a slippery bastard", as Max first referred to Quinn when he got on to that bus to meet Dar. Now I think only Quinn has the skills to take him down.