I love all of Nolan's outfits. How on Earth could that party possibly be worth $2mil? Plastic Swans... cmon!
Great Episode - even if it was filled with a lot of uncomfortable moments, shaky hands, awkward pauses and silences and misocummunications! Missed the New York Gangsters and even Gillian a bit though...
The scene with Jeremiah proposing friendship in the hospitalto Divya was so touching I almost had tears!! It is such a very sweet and pure relationship. I think that Hank going with Boris is great. he needed some time away and he also has a very strong relationship with Boris, it actually did seem to make sense. Beautiful ending to the season!
I've only been able to get half way through this episode and it used to be one of my favorite shows... it's just so dark now that there's no moment of respite anymore. No likeable or identifiable character even seems to still exist and god the continual torture of Otto season in and out is just too much to watch... i dont know how this character is still alive.It doesn't sound like the second half of the episode is getting lighter!
I loved this season until the last few episodes, but they have really become ridiculous, and hope it goes back to normal soon. Paige and Evan's sudden jealousy and issues just don't really make sense to me... they have already been through so much with her sick mother, and Hank's accident - it just seems like something to 'pass time.'The storyline with Molly and her dad was boring from the first episode and i can't believe they dragged it on sooo long, neither of them are likeable characters. I know Hank has had some special friendships with past patients such as the Golfer who died of Lupus disease, and the young boy with the bleeding, but they were reciprocal - this one makes no sense. Poor Jeremiah, he is lovely!
Molly's character is really too much. I don't know how Hank can handle it. She has been heaping abuse on him for about 5 episodes now, when all he has done is help her and her family, plus could have almost ruined his career about the drug prescriptions. Teenagers can be angry and frightened and afraid, but I don't think it's normal for anyone to be so hateful and vengeful to the only person there for their family over and over again. I also think it doesn't seem normal for a teenager with a sick parent (the only one left) to continue to act out so much - usually a child goes into nurse or 'parent mode' when this happens, Ive seen it with my own family.
I am a late comer to Homeland! Did anyone notice in the preview of the next season when Carrie is lying on the couch Saul is about to touch her stomach... maybe she is pregnant with Brodie's child? I think there is stilla high possibility Brodie was in in it with Abu Nazeer as Nicholas said - we don't know what they discussed, and we do know Brodie is a brilliant liar. He seemed to know from early in the episode he would be leaving soon. Quinn is so awesome and so handsome, it looks like he has a pretty set role next series which is great! I am glad Saul's wife is coming back to. She seems to be a character with depth!
Divya did allude to her preganancy briefly when she wandered if her child would be musical, but pregancies go for a long time, and she is a very work focused person, not every single episode is going to be her constantly thinking about her pregnancy, it's there, she continues her day to day life - BooM!Boris didn't need to be in the story this episode, as he is not always relevant either... Hank also continues his day to day life in between the Boris dramatics! I personally love the Boris dramatics, it gives us a fun little conspiracy to take us out of the Hamptons occasionally! I think the new cases, and the new personalities on the show are awesome, I don't feel the show has any trouble finding its feet. :)
I don't think Jermeiah needs to be in every episode... he is a supporting charcater like Boris NOT a main character. Their stories recur through the show... they aren't the BASIS of the show. The basis of the show is Hank-med's operations in the Hamptons, and a big part of that is watching Hank, Evan, Paige & Divya interact with a whole cross-section of people, from the aristocratic Blythe's to the highly talented composers to the average working class man like the police man. I think tonight's episode brought it back to that and I loved it!! Paige's new boss didn't have a migraine - that was the point! He was just trying to avoid the emotional scene with a Patron who truly loved her painting! I thought the end scene with Molly and Hank was actually very moving... Who hasnt had that troubled teen angst with their parents, where they love and resent them at the same time!
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