I don't know, I was over Dane's blubbering emotiveness.
It was good the first couple of times but this kind of showy acting is like Jack Nicholson screaming "You can't handle the truth!" in A Few Good Men. That's suppose to be intense acting right?
OK Carrie had a lot of genuine, emotional moments. But you hope our intelligence professionals are more even-keeled, more composed, regardless of the situation.
I remember a scene from 24 where Jack Bauer yet again saves the country from terrorists but in the course of doing so, he breaks some laws (yet again) and must go on the run, from his country, with his daughter not wanting to see him. So he goes on the run, unheralded, with few people knowing he saved the country from a big disaster.
It may be a bad sign when that comes across as a more selfless sacrifice or service to country than Brody's act, which is clumsily linked to Iran offering all kinds of concessions.