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I agree you are being too hard on Homeland. It is still the best thing on TV. The character development is priceless. For a weekly, three month show, it keeps us glued and makes us remember them the whole year. I love the show and I am a continuous watcher. I want the soldier "Brody" to be a success story because our country needs that type of positive belief.
I think the reviews on this site have been way too harsh. Homeland still has the viewers hooked its the characters that drew people in..no matter how unbelievable the plot might be it works. And Brody is a very very broken guy and shouldn't be killed. I felt this episode nicely wrapped the death of nazir and brody's marriage..next week should be really exciting.(going by the preview...)
God, Carrie is just so goddamn stupid. Idiot woman fraks a terrorist, and then the terrorist tells her he killed the VPOTUS for her? Cause that's so romantic, amirite?
Godspeed Quinn, and straight shooting. Put two in Brody's chest and two in his head, and put that motherfrakker down.
I'm sorry but i do not agree with you, Homeland is still going strong in my eyes. I still love the sory lines and am curious what's next. Is next season about Quinn? Trying to get broduy killed or Brody&Carrie on the run.
@Pratik: I think last season was to test Brody's alliances to Nazir. Shooting the VP would have been too easy, and we wouldn't have seen Brody seriously consider becoming a suicide bomber. Plus I think Walker was more or less a puppet that Nazir was playing with. I think he did come to the states to see the VP and majority of the returning service men die in his version of 'justice'.
@74Coug: I do agree that there is now a darker side emerging from within the CIA. Information is deadly depending on whose hands are on it. As for more story options with Brody, I don't see what else there is for him besides an attempted assassination. I don't see him and Carrie living happily together after.
Does this episode create more options for Brody? Is there a darker and more sinister person out there...more sinester than Nazir?
I thought they were in a rush to kill Abu Nazir...and that the emerging dark side appears to be Estes/CIA, etc.
I so agree with your review (which was published very late though).....In fact, as an Homeland fan, I hated this episode. Despite such massive story-lines being played tonight, they did not captivate my interest at all....The Abu Nazir thing was so crazy, the way he died just did not give me any sort of justice for this great show.
Also, a little confused here, so help me out. What was Abu Nazir's mission coming to America? Was it just to kill the Vice-President? If that was the motive, why did he just not tell Walker to shot the Vice-President last season, as he was one of the best snipers. But his motive has always been bigger. At least, that is what I thought.
Still an utter disappointment.
This show started off with major fireworks and we are now being treated to some sparklers.
Jessica and Mike have been screwing around since Brody got back and Brody knew it. Their marriage has been seriously strained since Brody's return. Their separation was only a matter of time. I thought the killing of Nazir was too easy. I also thought the same exact things when Carrie went back to search the place again. Why would an entire SWAT team, fully armed and suited, go in with Carrie? Wouldn't that be too big of a risk? Why did this SWAT team conveniently move along leaving Mr. Talkative and Carrie to lag behind? Why did it honestly take Carrie only a few moments to realize something was 'off' with that certain wall? Why did the SWAT team member go in alone? We know Nazir knew and didn't care that he wouldn't leave the country alive, but really? This grand mastermind lives behind a false wall and when one crazy chick sees him, he chases after her? Him killing the one SWAT guy wouldn't make him think, "Well I doubt they brought a whole team in!" This show started off with ma
I think your review and rating is little harsh. The episode was flawed, so was the previous two but unlike most shows we know were going to get a pay off whether it is in the finale next week or next season. Everything has been done on this show for a purpose, even the hit and run storyline had a purpose, without it we wouldn't of got Dana witnessing Carrie telling Nick not to go to the police, Dana wouldnt of told her mother, Jessica wouldnt of slept with Mike and we wouldn't of got the scene in the car in this episode, in which Nick and Jessicas marriage finally fell apart. There is a chain of thought and we have to give the producers more credit. Killing the VP is going to have big consequences next season, gaurentee it! We knew after the finale last year the reasons why some season 1 plotlines were carried out and it will be probably the same, this time next week!
Went off it ages ago. Carrie too much work to try to like.
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