The Complete Fifth SeasonDVD - 2016 | Widescreen edition.
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You can take the girl out of the CIA, but... you know.
What strategy? Tell me what the strategy is. I'll tell you if it's working. See, that right there is the problem. Because they, they have a strategy. They're gathering right now in Raqqa by the tens of thousands. Hidden in the civilian population. Cleaning their weapons. And they know exactly why they're there. Why is that? They call it the end times. What do you think the beheadings are about? The crucifixions in Deir Hafer? The revival of slavery? You think they make this shxt up? It's all in the book. Their f*cking book. The only book they ever read. They read it all the time. They never stop. They're there for one reason and one reason only. To die for the caliphate and usher in a world without infidels. That's their strategy. And it's been that way since the seventh century. So, do you really think that a few special forces teams are gonna put a dent in that?
I was younger. And I was... alone. There wasn't anyone waiting for me back at home.
Germany is by no means the first country to spy on its citizens, but the BND was smart about it. They outsourced the dirty work to the CIA.
No doubt, we screwed up. But we all need to remember, this program was a response to a bona fide issue-- jihadis finding safe harbor in Europe while your hands are tied by German law. ...
-So what are you suggesting?
I think we should continue our surveillance on your behalf.
It's a f*cking war, and our enemy is not quitting.
-What's wrong with them, these new Germans?
I know, they used to fight like hell.
"When the German people declared in the laws passed by their elected representatives that they are not to be spied on by their own police, they didn't mean their government should use the CIA to do it."
He's a martyr in paradise, and I'm stuck here.
They're the... the sum of my sins. Each... each a dot on a-a canvas.
We eat maror, the bitter herb, to remind us of the bitterness of slavery our ancestors endured in Egypt. And for us, my family, my friends, celebrating this Seder in Germany-- it is important to remember the slavery we endured under a tyrant worse than pharaoh only 70 years ago in this land. On the streets where we walk every day, our parents and our grandparents wore yellow stars. Let's take a moment to remember. And let's remember the enemies we still have all over the world who wish to destroy us. We pray for the strength to defeat them.
Getting rid of Bashar Al-Assad is not a bad idea in itself. The danger is, uh, replacing him with someone worse than the original.
If you aim to kill, don't miss. Have I taught you nothing?
You taught me everything.
-I treated you like an elite intelligence officer. So start f*cking behaving like one.
If Assad stays in power, he'll have to answer for his crimes.
Barrel bombs. Chemical weapons.
We've seen the bodies in Ghouta.
-Assad's already told the world it was his commanders who fired the weapons.
Got a new job, new guy.
-And still kept your fallback plan in place.
- So I guess you weren't sure your new life was gonna work out.
You make up for every mistake that I've ever made. And although you probably don't believe it... I love you... very, very much.
When Arabs are killing Arabs, at least they're not firing rockets at Israel.
-That's hardly a long-term strategy for peace in the Middle East.
You really think any of those murderers want peace? You used to be a good friend to Israel.
-I'm still a good friend.
You used to be a better one.
Who was it who used to pray, "Oh, Lord, make me good... but not yet"?
I want that building swept. The station. Down to the studs. You think it's bugged. I'm hoping it is. 'Cause if it isn't... we've got an even bigger problem.
You'd do the same if you were me.
-I would not.
For her, you would.
Another coincidence, I'm afraid.
Season 5 episode 5 title: "Better Call Saul"
He's a pussycat. We've put out the milk. He will lap it up, believe me.
The Islamic State ISIS proclaimed itself to be a worldwide caliphate with authority over... ...redraw the map in the Middle East. ... The soldiers are hackers, the battlefield is online, and it's not a matter of...
Are you well?
-Well, I have the misfortune to suffer in my back. It's all those years sitting on the bench. All those years in Saddam's prison.
I'm talking the long-term purgatory of it. The suspicion that never goes away. The latest unperson in the latest looming scandal.
This is an obituary.
-Well, apparently his death was greatly exaggerated.
The real jihad is in Syria. But there you'd have to fight.
Allison, she's dead.
-What if she's not?
You saw it for yourself.
-I saw a photo, not a body. Did you see a body?
My wife and I were doctors together. She died when our clinic was bombed in Mosul. I can't practice medicine here. They won't honor my license. So I took a job managing this building. When there's room, I care for people like yourself who wouldn't receive treatment otherwise. She would approve.
... what is the problem?
-I am. I am the problem. I bring down everyone around me.
Did you know that it was here, in my country, where laws were first written down and organized into a system? Of course, the Hammurabi Code. Yes. A code for justice. That everyone had to live by. Rich and poor. Even the king.
He should have been arrested by now.
-I doubt you'd want us to do that without any evidence.
Look into the way he lives. Fancy clothes, watches. On a clerk's salary...
We've just hit 2,000 US dead since the invasion. IEDs, EFPs, suicide bombers, death squads. We've got it all, plus a raging insurgency, and we're supposed to build a functioning society in the middle of that. What don't they get in Washington? You can't shove democracy down people's throats.
I don't care how f*cking brilliant she is. She's not a magician.
-Well, I'm not willing to take that risk.
You think we are?
That's where you live, the double game. Without it, you'd be a beached fish, dying of too much oxygen. It's the "getting caught" part I'm not so crazy about.
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