Carrie Mathison ist ein zentraler Charakter in Homeland. Als Nicholas Brody aus dem Irak befreit. Carrie Mathison. Carrie Mathison. Carrie Mathison. Carrie Mathison ist ein fiktiver Charakter aus der US-amerikanischen Fernsehserie „Homeland“. Gespielt wird die CIA-Agentin von Claire Danes. Carrie ist zwar.
Carrie MathisonCarrie Mathison, zu Beginn der Serie etwa zwischen 30 und 40 Jahren alt, ist in den ersten vier Staffeln, mit Unterbrechungen, als Agentin für die CIA tätig. Carrie Mathison ist eine Top-CIA-Agentin. Doch durch eine vermasselte Mission hat sie sich innerhalb der Agency unbeliebt gemacht und sich ihrer Autorität in. Carrie Mathison ist ein zentraler Charakter in Homeland. Als Nicholas Brody aus dem Irak befreit.
Carrie Mathison Post navigation VideoHomeland Meltdowns: Crazy Carrie Mathison Carrie Anne Mathison, gespielt von der Schauspielerin Claire Danes, ist eine fiktive Figur und die Protagonistin der amerikanischen Fernseh- / Thrillerserie Homeland on Showtime, die von Alex Gansa und Howard Gordon kreiert wurde. Carrie Mathison ist ein zentraler Charakter in Homeland. Als Nicholas Brody aus dem Irak befreit. Carrie Mathison, zu Beginn der Serie etwa zwischen 30 und 40 Jahren alt, ist in den ersten vier Staffeln, mit Unterbrechungen, als Agentin für die CIA tätig. Carrie Mathison ist eine Top-CIA-Agentin. Doch durch eine vermasselte Mission hat sie sich innerhalb der Agency unbeliebt gemacht und sich ihrer Autorität in.
Instead, they have contributed to their missions and, in some cases I would argue, have done so disproportionately compared with their numbers and proscribed, noncombat roles.
The statistics on this are scarce, but it is worth noting that despite the ban on women serving in combat roles, nearly have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan since And, despite what many think, they were held to the same standards as the men.
I noticed a similar phenomenon during my own time deployed as a Defense Department civilian with various military units — namely, that many of the women I came across carried a very large burden in terms of workload and responsibility in their respective organizations, whether military or civilian.
This is not to say that many men do not meet these same standards, which of course they do, in droves. But on the whole, it appears that the women who essentially push their way into what are not generally female-friendly environments do so because they are extraordinarily committed to the mission and the organization and are willing to work twice as hard if they have to, which at the moment it appears many of them do.
Why would an organization agree to keep such personnel out of critical units? Second, and perhaps more importantly, is the biological fact that, with the exception of the occasional same-sex relationship, for every one woman who fits the stereotype described earlier, there is at least one, if not several, men who have committed the identical offense presumably they are fraternizing with someone, after all.
It is clear, however, that the overall organizational disadvantages — namely, being kept out of certain jobs and units — disproportionately fall on these women.
Her quick recovery from the latest episode, deprived of meds and pumped with hallucinogens is naive. But most of the time, the show gets it right.
When Carrie is depressed, for instance, she sleeps for days, waking to darkness. She looks like shit. She drinks. Danes has spoken previously about how important it was for her to nail the depiction, telling CBS:.
I never want her bipolarity to be a convenient gimmick. Carrie then shoots and kills Bibi, neutralizing the threat.
Back home, Jonas breaks up with Carrie, saying that neither he nor his son will ever be safe around her. Saul asks Carrie to rejoin the CIA, but she declines his offer.
Düring essentially proposes to her, giving her a chance to co-head his Foundation. She does not answer him, and he gives her time to think about it.
Meanwhile, Quinn suffers a massive brain hemorrhage. Adal gives Carrie a letter Quinn wrote declaring his love for her. She visits him in the hospital, locks the door to his room, and removes his pulse monitor, implying a mercy killing.
The episode ends with Carrie pausing before anything happens to Quinn. Carrie has returned to the United States and is living in Brooklyn, New York with Frannie.
She is working for a foundation that provides legal aid to Muslims accused of terrorism, and serving as an informal advisor to President-Elect Elizabeth Keane Elizabeth Marvel.
She is also caring for Quinn, who emerged from the coma with neurological damage and post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD.
When her client Sekou Bah J. Mallory Cree is killed in and framed for a terrorist attack, Carrie begins to investigate.
A group of protestors, angered by leaked reports that Carrie was Sekou's lawyer, gather outside Carrie's house; this triggers Quinn's PTSD, and he shoots one of the protestors and takes a reporter hostage.
Carrie manages to talk Quinn down so he will be taken in alive. Dar Adal - the mastermind of the attack - exploits the situation by telling Children's Protective Services CPS that Carrie put Frannie in danger, in order to drive Carrie over the edge and discredit her in Keane's eyes.
The plan works: CPS put Frannie in a foster home , and Carrie falls into an alcoholic despair that motivates Keane to question her judgment.
Saul raises Carrie's spirits by taking her to see Frannie, and asks for her help in setting up a meeting between Keane and Majid Javadi, who claims to have evidence that Adal is manipulating her.
At the meeting, however, Javadi lies that Iran is not complying with its nuclear deal with the United States.
Carrie discovers that Adal is part of a conspiracy of disgruntled undercover operatives who want to undermine Keane's antiwar foreign policy.
She also finds out that Javadi had been working with Adal, and that Adal is the brains behind alt-right media personality Brett O'Keefe Jake Weber , who is peddling a false conspiracy theory that Keane's son Andrew, who died fighting in Iraq, was deserting his post when he was killed.
Adal betrays Javadi to Mossad , who want to arrest him on terrorism charges. As he is taken away, Javadi leaves evidence of Adal's treachery for Carrie, who takes it to Keane.
Keane asks Carrie to testify that Adal covered up the infiltration by a Russian agent of the CIA Berlin station. Carrie is reluctant to do so, as that would ruin Saul's career, but ultimately agrees that it is the best course of action.
After she refuses, she gets an ominous phone call informing her that her upcoming supervised visit with Frannie has been cancelled.
She realizes that Adal is blackmailing her, and calls the CIA to tell them that he has "won". Quinn informs her that he found evidence that Sekou was set up, and that Porteous Belli C.
Wilson , an assassin working for Adal, has been spying on her. Quinn kills Belli, and finds evidence that the conspirators are planning to assassinate Keane.
Moments later, however, the house is destroyed by a hidden bomb, taking the evidence with it. During the evacuation, Adal calls Carrie and tells her that the bomb threat is a ruse to get Keane out of the building, where she can be assassinated, while Quinn is to be framed as the killer.
Carrie stops Keane's vehicle from leaving, seconds before the decoy vehicle is destroyed. Quinn smuggles Carrie and Keane out of the building in his car and sacrifices his life to save them when a special ops team, answering to Adal, opens fire on them.
Adal is arrested and Keane is inaugurated as President of the United States. Weeks later, Keane - who has become hawkish and paranoid since the attempt on her life - asks Carrie to work for her administration.
Carrie agrees, but has second thoughts when Keane orders dozens of intelligence operatives, including Saul, arrested on suspicion of being involved in the conspiracy.
Carrie tries to meet with Keane to dissuade her, but Keane's Chief of Staff David Wellington Linus Roache has her banned from the White House.
A few months later, Carrie is doing covert work for the CIA, and she and Frannie are living with Maggie and her family - a tense living situation, as Maggie's husband Bill Mackenzie Astin works for the Keane administration.
Carrie sets up a meeting between Senator Sam Paley Dylan Baker and her old FBI contact Dante Allen Morgan Spector , who has evidence of corruption within the administration.
To escape a man she thinks is following her, Carrie changes the meeting place and asks Maggie's daughter Josie Courtney Grosbeck to bring her the keys.
The meeting falls apart when Dante refuses to testify in court, and frays her relationship with Maggie, who is angry that Carrie put Josie in danger.
The rift worsens when Maggie finds out that Carrie has stopped taking her lithium in favor of black market Seroquel. While watching her surveillance feeds, Carrie sees an unknown woman Sandrine Holt going into Wellington's house.
Desperate to identify her, Carrie posts a screen capture of the woman on 4chan , asking if anyone can identify her.
A hacker responds to the post, and lures Carrie into downloading a file which infects her laptop with ransomware.
Carrie tries to seduce the hacker by performing a striptease on her webcam , which entices the hacker to meet with her in person.
At their meeting, Carrie beats the hacker with a baton, reveals that she is CIA, and threatens to kill him if he doesn't leave her alone.
Carrie learns from Dante that the woman in Wellington's house is Simone Martin Sandrine Holt , who is in a sexual relationship with Wellington as part of a plan to get U.
She also appears to be connected to the mysterious death of Gen. Jamie MacLendon Robert Knepper , one of the conspirators in the assassination attempt on Keane.
Carrie breaks into Martin's house to gather information, but is arrested for trespassing. Dante intervenes and manages to get her out of jail.
Carrie proposes to Dante a "completely illegal" plan to connect Wellington to Martin's dealings, and Dante agrees to help.
Dante, Max, and former CIA officer Thomas Anson James D'Arcy kidnap Martin and get her to confess her complicity in MacLendon's death, which leads to her testifying in Paley's hearings.
Carrie has her doubts, however, and meets with Saul to discuss the matter; the two of them figure out that Dante is in fact a Russian agent and had orchestrated the entire affair in order to bring down Keane.
Carrie seduces Dante and then drugs him so her team can surveil his apartment; they discover that Dante had been spying on Carrie as well.
That night, Dante and Carrie have sex, but are interrupted by a team of Saul's agents, who take Dante into custody. Carrie and Saul have a CIA agent pose as Dante's court-appointed lawyer and non-lethally poison him, and promise to give him the antidote if he gives them the details of his plan.
He tells them of a secret code that would signal GRU Operator Yevgeny Gromov Costa Ronin to dissolve his forces.
Saul persuades Keane to broadcast the code by compromising Twitter servers and violate the privacy of U. Carrie goes to Maggie's house to try and reconcile, but instead learns from Bill that Maggie is meeting a lawyer to seek custody of Franny.
When Dante accuses Gromov of poisoning him, he denies it and tells Dante to call Carrie and ask her if she was responsible.
Dante calls Carrie, who is picking up Franny from school early. He realizes that Carrie is lying to him, but nonetheless he tells Carrie that Gromov is in the room with him; Gromov then kills him.
Carrie opts to leave Franny at school in her rush to the hospital, but Franny runs after her and is almost accidentally run over by her mother in the parking lot.
After learning that Dante is dead, Carrie has a psychotic break at the hospital. As Carrie prepares for a custody hearing, Saul asks her to lead an operation in Russia to exfiltrate Martin, but she refuses.
She then has Anson break into Maggie's office to get proof that she illegally medicated Carrie for years in order to undermine her custody petition.
She ultimately decides not to use them, however, after Maggie helps her realize that she will never leave the CIA and thus cannot give Frannie the attention she needs.
She agrees to give Maggie custody of Frannie, and arranges to see her every two weeks. She then accepts Saul's offer. In Moscow, Carrie and Saul meet with GRU representatives, including Gromov, in order to distract them while Carrie's team extracts Martin.
The plan fails, however, as the team is ambushed by guards and forced to retreat. Carrie salvages the mission by personally infiltrating the safe house where Martin is being kept, and persuading her that the Russians now consider her a liability and only the CIA can keep her alive.
Sure enough, Gromov's men arrive to kill them, but Carrie dupes them by disguising herself as Martin and leading them away while the real Martin escapes.
Carrie is ultimately captured and taken into Russian custody. Gromov wants Carrie to film a confession video stating that Martin was a CIA operative and that the U.
Someone murders the bomber guy. Carrie tries to stop it, but Quinn shoots her in the arm to keep her from interfering with the broader anti-terrorism operation.
You know. Public safety. The greater good. Blah blah. He's to "request asylum" in Iran as the "Langley bomber," and somehow kill the leader of the Revolutionary Guard so the agency can replace him with their guy, Javadi.
Whom the CIA is blackmailing. Until the CIA's mission to use Brody to infiltrate the Iranian government fails, too.
Well, part of it. Brody kills the Revolutionary Guard leader, paving the way for Javadi, but doesn't escape in time to avoid a public hanging.
Carrie is sad. And pregnant. Later, though, Carrie is named Drone Queen of a CIA station in the Middle East, where she orders an attack against the terrorist Haissam Haqqani.
Based on intelligence from a guy named Sandy Bachman -- known for good intel -- Carrie ends up unknowingly bombing a wedding, killing 40 innocent people.
Some kid's video of the incident goes viral on YouTube. People are not happy about the botched U. It's a down-but-not-quite-defeated Carrie that returns to the states.
She's never gone for long, folks. Back in Pakistan, Carrie gains favor with the kid whose video proved her drones killed innocent people.
He thinks she's an independent journalist. She thinks he's still in touch with his uncle Haqqani. Surely this will end well. When she learns Haqqani has captured Saul, she nearly aims a drone attack at them both.
Quinn talks her down. Haqqani kills his nephew. Everything is the worst. And then the U. Having unknowingly taken the mystery meds, Carrie goes on a rampage around town.
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