I believe(in my opinion) there are those commenting here that appear to give the judges (Demi) all the credit for decisions. The judges are employees and this is a TV Show and the bosses would be the executive producers...they make the decisions...the judges can have an opinion or perhaps some influence...but make no mistake about it...the producers felt that CeCe and Paige of whom are both talented would be for better TV. PS: I also liked Jillian, she didn't make the show, but if she is as talented as she appears...she will find her way.
Annie's has taken her acting chops to the next level since the start of this series. She is so believable and I an really beginning to relate to her character. I just love the chemistry between Eyal and Annie, and the writers see it and are writing to it. Love it. Covert Affairs was originally way down in my Queue...now top five.......for sure.
This is a bit sidetracked from the review; I will make an opinion about the writers and producers taking liberties with the character, Brody. I get everyoneâ€™s concern over the writing of Brodyâ€™s character, thinking back, it was a stretch with the cell phone in the War Room, the explosion that did not occur when Brody â€œflickedâ€� the switch, and the excruciating limits that his character endured during the time spent in the middle of nowhere with a flat tire and a tailor. I believe the writers are trying to make the scene relatable; we have all been thereâ€¦Murphyâ€™s Law events. And as the reviewer reminded us often, Brody is congressmen after all and a bid as possible VP candidate for the man he attempted to Kill, and others. That is television. Maybe it is Karma, after all Brody is a terrorist on a mission and he DID attempt to flick the switch.
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.
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