Someone authorizes Carrie's release after she tells her father that she can't stand being in the facility anymore.
Carrie is desperately trying to get out of the asylum in the next episode of "Homeland". She tells her father to call Saul as she can't stand being in the facility anymore, and she gets what she wishes for but it's not Saul who signs her release letter.
Not happy about Carrie's release, the CIA is determined to find her but they don't need to search long since Carrie turns up at Saul's place. Someone from the FBI suspiciously arranges a meeting with Carrie and helps her.
"Game On" will air Sunday, October 20 at 9 P.M. ET/PT on Showtime. After Dana goes AWOL, Jessica calls the police for help.
Damian Lewis, whose character Brody just returned in the third episode, speaks with The Hollywood Reporter about his on-screen daughter's sexy storylines. "I'm horrified. I avert my gaze and turn away," he says of watching Dana's (Morgan Saylor) transition to a more mature character. "It's very strange working with 15- and 16-year-olds because the differences in such a short period of time. Three years at my age, you don't really notice."
"But the difference between 15 and 18 is unbelievable. Morgan has become this young women in front of us. The truth of the situation is that she's old enough to be playing those scenes. But I still don't like it. It's given me a little insight into how I'm going to be with my own daughter when she gets to that age. I'll lock her up at the top of the tower."
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