Dana went on a date with that god awful kid of VP Walden, who apparently enjoys foreign films and quoting his therapist (gross). Mercifully, instead of the usual awkward banter, we also got some action: Trying to dodge his security detail, the VP's kid runs over a pedestrian and flees the scene of the crime. Dana begs him to go back and help but, well, you know how it is. At least he'll have more than daddy issues to talk about with the therapist he "used to" see.
The episode ends with Brody back in his warmly lit home with his (mostly) welcoming family, and Carrie pouring herself a glass of white wine, alone, in the dark. Carrie feels vindicated because not only was she right about Brody, but she also got valuable information from him, on the record, with her coworkers listening in. But at what cost? Her overshares in the interrogation room sounded genuine, and those were also on the record.