Homeland Season 5 Episode 11 Preview: What Are the Risks?

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There are six hours to a terrorist attack on Homeland Season 5 Episode 11 and it appears as if the only way to get viable information about it is from Peter Quinn.

Peter Quinn, however, is in a medical coma. He's barely alive. His system sustained major damage due to the sarin gas. To pull him out of the coma could be the end of him.

The doctor tells Carrie and Saul he will be happy to let them know the very second Quinn wakes up. He doesn't appear to be joking about the severity of Quinn's situation.

But in this preview for the upcoming episode, "The Man in Damascus," it also appears that Carrie pushes the envelope, waking Peter. 

I've been saying for a while now that poor Mr. Quinn is the latest Brody, knocking heavily on Death's door at every opportunity, and I'll be surprised if he makes it out of the season alive. 

If this preview doesn't lend more credence to that theory, what on earth does?

Elsewhere in the episode, Carrie will be tracking down a lead, although she seems a bit confused when she arrives, wondering if she's at the right place.

Otto, too, asks Saul for help with the During Institute client. He trusted Saul because Carrie trusts Saul. Saul alerted the BND, and they, in turn, picked up the client before he ever made it to Saul.

Now it's time for Saul to stick to his word and show Otto what it's really worth. He owes Otto.

Be here next week for a full review of the episode! Only two more to go this season!

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Homeland Season 5 Episode 11 Quotes

Allison: The Kremline can't seriously want this attack to go forward.
Agent: They do, and you will see to it that it does.
Allison: It's obscene.
Agent: Civilization is facing an existential threat. The west needs a wakeup call.

Cause if this attack goes down, I can't protect you from what comes next. Nobody can. It will become strictly a german matter. You know better than anybody what that means.

Saul