Not all him, the writing was bad. Maybe a better actor could have minimized the flaws, I don't know.
On one hand, he acts with ignorance about diplomatic immunity, then in the next breath he claims he to know all about it, that the embassy is off-limits, etc., but then he's going in anyway cause he's really really angry, then he backs off again. When the fleet of vehicles are leaving the embassy, he says something like, "now I suppose you're going to tell me their vehicles are off-limits too", to which the other (formerly Mossad-associated?) female agent confirms this and tells him that he already knows that the vehicles are off-limits. Why would he pretend not to know? Just joking around? Hoping she might not know so he could use that to justify stopping the vehicle? So then he blusters on for a while longer, resolute in front of the embassy vehicles, like he's not going to back down, but then he does. Then a few words from Red and he flips on a dime, back on the trail, now ready to obliterate the embassy convoy to save Liz who he was so angry at & feeling betrayed by just seconds before.
sometimes this show.
Last edited by CruelInventions; 10-09-2015 at 08:37 AM.