Homeland Season 6 Episode 7: "Imminent Risk" Quotes
JUDGE: Can you explain what you were doing in your daughter’s room, with a loaded gun?
CARRIE: I had reason to fear for my safety, Your Honor, and Franny’s.
JUDGE: Why didn’t you call the police?
CARRIE: I used to work for the CIA. I’ve been trained to handle firearms and deal with threatening situations. […] The last time the police came to my house, things didn’t turn out so well.
JUDGE: So you’re saying you can handle a dangerous situation better than the police?
CARRIE: [Sekou’s] family was distraught, I had to get over there.
LONAS: And that’s when you left Franny with Mr. Quinn?
CARRIE: I had to go and there was no one else. Plus, Franny adores Quinn.
LONAS: I just got off the phone with the V.A.. I understand that Mr. Quinn suffers from bouts of rage and depression, including violent outburst.
CARRIE: He hated it at the V.A..
LONAS: So you moved him into your house?
DAR: You grew up in a hard school, no time for self-pity. It’s the first thing about you that impressed.
QUINN: Not the first thing.
DAR: Yeah, well, we’re all beautiful when we’re young, aren’t we?
QUINN: Fucking dirty old man.
DAR: Fair enough. For the record, though, I never forced myself on anyone.
DAR: You were in a coma, Peter, a deep coma. Carrie ordered the doctors to wake you up. She did this despite repeated warnings about the risks of the procedure. She thought you might have information on the terror cell that was plotting the attack on Hauptbahnhof. She was wrong.
QUINN: What risks?
DAR: The main one was massive cerebral hemorrhage. Stroke. You think she’s been taking care of you all these months out of love? Sounds a lot more like guilt if you ask me.