At the end of the day, she just can’t go home when they have access to an official who can get them the best intelligence the KGB has ever gotten. They’re trapped by her integrity, and her devotion to her cause.I think you get one piece of how Philip’s going to react to that right in that final scene when, instead of getting pissed at her or demanding she change, he accepts it, and is compassionate and loving and kind with her, instead of some negative reaction.

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We knew we wanted this season to feel different as it unspooled, as we want all the seasons to feel. There was a day where we picked about ten songs to listen to, and Chris Long, our producing director, said they were down to five, but there were really only two to consider, and one he really loved.

So this really wasn’t the case of us wanting to do set-up things as much as it was just the reality of: This is how the story wanted to be told this season. And as soon as we heard it, we knew this was the song.

WEISBERG | I think also, for all those fans or critics who are saying it’s so slow this season that they’re ready to blow their brains out… TVLINE | Finally, the end of the series is coming up next season.

Is the ending something you’ve had in mind from the beginning, or has it evolved over the past five seasons?

TVLINE | What’s Paige’s state of mind at the end of this season?

She felt confident enough to walk through that parking lot alone, and she seems to be viewing Reagan with a critical eye, as her parents do. Stan would have no more reason to be suspicious of the woman he’s dating than he does the neighbors across the street.That’s a big change in their mission, and in their lives.Here, you have her utter devotion to the cause finding a way to exist with what has become her utter devotion to her husband and her marriage.She’s torn in the sense that there’s a struggle in her, but she’s looking for a way to survive as an individual, and not suppress who she is, but also have a genuine marriage in which she acknowledges that her husband has to be true to who he is.If that’s not a statement about the experience of marriage, I don’t know what is.But how it’s going to affect him over time is something we’re going to have to wait and find out. TVLINE | In that scene, Elizabeth says to Philip, “I don’t want to see you like this anymore.” She’s so good at bottling up her emotions, but she does really love Philip — and that love could affect their mission, right?