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The middle part of this second season of Homeland has helped me remove my rose-colored glasses, and stopped me rather blindly and emphatically praising the show's every move.  I'm still not used to really criticizing the show's choices though, and "Two Hats" left me confused.  It was a greatly entertaining hour, with a ton of twists.  But in many ways felt like a completely different show from last week's "I'll Fly Away."  It reminded us what is supposed to be important (that Carrie's main target is Abu Nazir, not Brody, and that Brody's loyalties are always questionable), and opened up a few new plots that seemed to come out of nowhere.  Was this genius or a desperate move?  Hit the jump for the many sides of "Two Hats." Last week's capture of Brody, and his being delivered to Abu Nazir, shot off plot bullets everywhere.  The most linear related to Brody's chat with Nazir, »

- Allison Keene

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