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I thought that was the most amazing episode of the series. If "Homeland" wins any awards Season 2, this last episode, Q&A, will be the one that puts it over the top. I've enjoyed the series from the beginning, but no other episode had even half the impact on me that Q&A delivered. It was simply amazing, which is a gross understatement, because there was nothing simple about it.
I know that it wasn't just me, but I thought that the woman that Finn ran down with Dana in the car was Roya Hammad, and I was waiting to see something at the end of the episode confirming that she was either killed or hospitalized, but no mention was made in that respect. In scouring the Internet for more information, someone who also saw the similarity took a screen capture: Is this Roya Hammad? Judge for yourself. This would open up a whole new set of problems for Brody, the CIA, and the further relationship between Brody and Abu Nazi
They had to peel away Brody's defenses...and break him down to where the lies were more readily identified.
Superbly acted by all. Tremendous writing.
I guess I am an old timer too because hitting a pedestrian, and then fleeing the scene of the crime is NOT at all fun to me! I'm not thrilled about this new development with Dana. Other than that I absolutely loved last night's episode of Homeland. It is hard to choose a favourite part of the interrogation, but I guess I would choose the scene where Carrie and Brody both start crying. Claire Danes and Damian Lewis are both superb, and have amazing onscreen chemistry. Cannot wait to see what the rest of the season brings. :)
Brody/Carrie plot of the episode, exquisitely written and acted. Seeing as that was 90% of the show, I give it a 9.3. Not a huge fan of the direction they went with Dana and Finn. A freak accident seems like it was too easy of a way to stir things up moreso than they are.
Ps: (Last coment I swear XD)
The promo just proves my point. Actually both of them.
Have a happy life :D
I got cut LOL
Well.. five-star episode, five-star cast: five-star show.
Go Homeland! I only worry about the future of the storyline, but I think I should trust the writers already after this season.
I think it was important to get Brody on the CIA's side emotionally because if not he could just lie about helping or help them and warn Abu Nazir at the same time or a million others.
I loved how the way the episode was made made me think at the beginning "Brody will never tell, he was already super interrogated" and as the episode progressed I found myself thinking "what she is saying is true", "it's reasonable", "tell her already, get it off your chest", "will you? won't you?". OMG at the moment Brody said "yes". It was so suspenseful I don't even remember the question. It was the moment of truth, with everything on the line. I think they were the most suspenseful seconds of my life. I was really thinking at the speed of light, trying to figure out what he'd say. "His eyes say yes.. no, no, he's making a no with his mouth.. but he has to say yes.. actually he should say "I don't know".. but he must be so tired.. yes or no.. it's a no.. no, no, it's a yes, i know it.. wait..", etc.
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