Homeland > Homeland Review: Ms. Right > Comments Page 2
I hate that bitch ass character Jessica, with that self-righteous, petty mannerism.
How dare she go and tell Mike (who see bloody screwed) that Brody "f***** that b****". I mean, how did she even know it happened during that weekend?
Where does she get off. Ok she knows (I dont know how or where that happened, but she knows), flipping get over it already.
I dont see your husband going off at you all the bloody time for screwing his ex-best friend. And Carrie is way more mature and more bigger-person that you bastard bitch whore hoe Jessica!!!!
I do have to say that the only worrisome part of the episode to me was the whole tailor incident. Why would Abu Nazir use his most valuable and most public asset to do such a mundane act as taking the tailor to a safehouse? If the tailor acted up, some other henchman could have strongarmed him into a car and taken him. You want to risk what could be the next vice-president? This was a little too much like '24'. I don't want to see this show start resorting to such tactics.
I know this is a tv show and I am supposed to suspend my belief system in some cases. However, Brody's involvement with the tailor is just a bit much. Other parts of the episode are spot on. I really enjoyed his wife's speech. Don't think a more purposeful oration about the effect on family members could have been given. Again the bit with the tailor was just toooooo much of a streeeetch.
I think you meant heroine instead of heroin (at least, I hope so). When I finally got U-Verse to stop breaking up and freezing, I was able to watch the episode and of course, was riveted. Will re-watch it today as the first half was almost a total loss. What an amazing performer Clare Danes is...also Mandy Patinkin. Finally, didn't the gal who plays Brody's finally savvy wife play on "V"?
Dan, I understand why they placed erasers on pencils, I have read your reviews before, and normally you are spot on, this ommission that (most) the commentors are communicating about seems a bit harsh...(It's just TV folks) but, its the "bored" commentor that has me baffled.... Another riveting episode of Homeland, which won four Emmys, including the top drama series honor, and you do us the honor of ready though your comprehensive and synoptic reviews of the best drama on TV.
@All: I did miss it. I simply missed seeing Saul make that move. I was probably taking notes on the previous scene at the time. I apologize to you all for the human error, but it happens.
@Dan - You gotta read the comments, and re-explain yourself...Did you actually miss the scene where he took the video out of the briefcase? It can happen to anybody. At least make the necessary edit in the article. Or were you implying something else.
I can't believe the reviewer did not see Saul taking the memory card out of his Briefcase handle. The reviewer could have done a better job watching the episode instead of just reviewing it briefly.
Wow gene fox - you thought that episode was boring! Really? If you think Homeland season 2 episode 3 was boring I wonder what you watch you don't find boring. It was gripping and particularly so. And it's not just an action thriller. It is a very well crafted piece with great writing and excellent acting. I just hope it can keep it up!
you get paid to watch television shows and comment on them! how could u miss such a vital scene?
Let's give the reviewer a break. He must have gotten distracted during that scene. It was fun reading his explanations about where the card came from. I personally would have been more upset if Sal didn't make a copy of it.
Can't believe you missed Saul taking the real chip out of a secret compartment in his suitcase on the plane. I know lots of other people have commented saying the same thing but REALLY come on now and watch the show you're reviewing.
Did you even watch the episode? How could you miss the whole Saul thing? He planted a fake inside the briefcase and inserted the real recording in the lock. And I would only assume he was upset because he was still shocked by the fact that Carrie had been right all along...
I kind of guessed some of you did not actually watch the episodes you are commenting but now I have the proof. I did not even finish reading the article, what's the point...I'll stop reading TV fanatic from now on...
How can a TV critic miss the whole Saul thing?!! You get paid to watch and critique TV and that scene was not that complicated. What Jim said is exactly right.
Homeland, Season 2, has gotten boring. Episode three is proof. It should have begun with the final 5 minutes of the show and advanced from there. Instead the first part of the show was retread material. It's as though the writers don't want to move the story line along too fast for fear of nothing original beyond the initial plot. Can't take too much more of Carey's threadbared disfunction and Brody's implausible escapes. Boring.
You must have blinked when they showed Saul taking the real memory chip out of a secret compartment hidden in the briefcase's handle just before he stowed it in the overhead bin on the plane. The one the Lebanese security got was a decoy or duplicate.
They did give an explanation. Saul planted the fake. The real one was located in the locking mechanism of the briefcase. Saul removed it and put it in his shirt pocket once he was safely on the plane. It was all in the episode.
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