Adam B. Vary

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Carrie goes back into the field just as she's getting her mental footing, while Brody gets a mission from a convenient new contact
Carrie's contact launches the CIA on a high risk mission to take out Abu Nazir and puts Brody in a perilous position
Carrie, Brody, and Jessica each face a crisis after unexpected bad news, but only one rises to the occasion
Carrie joins the CIA surveillance team tracking Brody, and makes a game-changing decision
In one of the very best episodes of TV this year, Brody and Carrie come to a surprising, satisfying understanding
Brody and Carrie both struggle adjusting to their new roles, while Mike's investigation runs afoul of the CIA
Brody's difficulty handling his double agent life brings him closer to Carrie, while Saul revisits an old friend from season 1
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The pressure becomes too much for Brody, so Carrie takes matters into her own hands, and how!
Brody launches a major CIA operation, the Peter Quinn mystery deepens, and a new power player emerges
After Carrie goes missing, both she and Brody find themselves face-to-face with their greatest enemies
Carrie's hunt for Abu Nazir hits a series of dead-ends, and Jessica and Brody's marriage reaches a milestone
Carrie's fateful choice about Brody sets the stage for season 3, and whether you'll want to keep watching the show
We learn how he got on the freighter; plus Ben reveals more about the Others' war with Widmore
While Faraday tries to save everyone on the island, Desmond's search takes him to Widmore
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