Dana gets home just when Brody and Jessica are about to do it in the kitchen.
Dana implying to Walden Sr. he got through his academic years thanks to the "gentleman's C".
Brody and Carrie are having sex again, and we cut to a camera in a window. At first it seems sinister.... then it turns out that it's her team, including Peter and Saul, listening to the entire thing. The entire thing is just so awkward it's hilarious.
Even funnier: when Saul insists she's just working her asset, Quinn, understandably pissed off, jacks up the volume before Saul.
Max taking offense to Quinn's nickname : "I'm not mute."
The best Saul-versus-polygraph moment in the penultimate episode of Season 2:
Polygraph Guy: Is your name Saul Berenson?
Polygraph Guy: Are you sometimes called "The Bear"?
Quinn shamelessly changing clothes in front of Carrie gives us this, which works on multiple levels:
Quinn: Like you've never seen a dick before.
Jessica Brody has just brought Dana home:
Dana: I see the babysitters are still here.
Jessica: Just ignore them.
*Dana waves to the FBI agents*
Jessica: I mean ignore them more than that.
A very brief moment when Max, the resident dork, hails Fara, the attractive new girl, and she just replies with an awkward nod, as in saying "yeah, whatever."
At one point, Saul and Dar lock take Senator Lockhart into a conference room, apparently to let him blow Saul's delicate operation by calling the President. Then Lockhart suddenly realizes that they've locked him inside and that the phone doesn't work. When he tried to protest, Saul simply activates the privacy screen...all with a hilarious smug look.
In a recent interview the actor who played Abu Nazir described an incident where he was going through customs at an airport and the customs officers asked him his profession. When he said he was an actor and they asked him if they had seen him in anything, he told them he played the world's most wanted terrorist. The guard was a Homeland fan and told his co-workers "Hey, It's Abu Nazir!"