Sergeant Brody is now a national celebrity, hailed everywhere as war hero. His behavior at home remains eerily distant, sneers at captain Mike Faber, now his military chaperon, suggest he may suspect the adultery. Saul Berenson orders the spy cameras in the Brody home, for which the court order period expired, to be removed. Carrie's team must comply, but she approaches Nicholas in a veterans support group. Deputy CIA director David Estes, informally motivated by a vice-presidential policy advisor, recruits an equally ambitious colleague to spy on Carrie as part of the team assigned to check out of the diamond necklace was a masked terrorist payment to Abu Nazir, who feels unsafe.