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"Homeland" Marine One (2011)

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Original Air Date:
18 December 2011 (Season 1, Episode 12)
In the Season 1 finale, a near-catatonic Carrie is confined to bed as Saul puzzles over the unnerving implications of her time line. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison

Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody

Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody

David Harewood ... David Estes

Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber (credit only)

Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody

Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody

Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson

Linda Purl ... Elizabeth Gaines

David Marciano ... Virgil

Jamey Sheridan ... Vice President William Walden

Amy Hargreaves ... Maggie Mathison

Hrach Titizian ... Danny Galvez

Chris Chalk ... Tom Walker

Navid Negahban ... Abu Nazir

Elizabeth Franz ... Isabel Samler

Larry Pine ... Richard Halsted

Charles Borland ... Sanders

Sebastian La Cause ... Agent Kandarian

Bob Elkins ... Sidney
Anthony Addabbo ... Patrolman

Elena Bargo ... Reporter

Juan-Pablo Veiza ... FPS Officer #1 (as Juan Veza)

Matt Cornwell ... FPS Officer #2

Angelo Datseris ... FPS Officer #3

Jamie Renell ... Orderly

Sharon Conley ... Nurse (as Sharon Morris)

Brian Lafontaine ... Anesthesiologist

Caroline Renfro ... Announcer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Lee Borum ... Pedestrian (uncredited)
Don Calhoun ... Daniel Benton (uncredited)
Miller Carbon ... DC Police Officer (uncredited)

Kerry Cashion ... Reporter (uncredited)

Harley Castro ... S.W.A.T. (uncredited)

Karrie Crocker ... Paparazzi (uncredited)

Rajab Croswell ... Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
Dennis Layden ... CIA Tech (uncredited)
Grace Layden ... Onlooker (uncredited)
Bill Martin ... Secret Service (uncredited)

Linda Phannareth ... Mid-Gawker (uncredited)
Memi West ... Mid-Gawker (uncredited)

Ebony Wilson ... Onlooker (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Michael Cuesta 
Writing credits
Howard Gordon (developed for american television by) &
Alex Gansa (developed for american television by)

Gideon Raff (based on the original Israeli series "Prisoners of War" by)

Alex Gansa (teleplay by) &
Chip Johannessen (teleplay by)

Alex Gansa (story by) &
Howard Gordon (story by)

Produced by
Henry Bromell .... consulting producer
Alexander Cary .... co-executive producer
Michael Cuesta .... executive producer
Alex Gansa .... executive producer
Howard Gordon .... executive producer
Chip Johannessen .... co-executive producer
Michael Klick .... producer
Avi Nir .... executive producer
Katie O'Hara .... co-producer
Gideon Raff .... executive producer
Meredith Stiehm .... consulting producer
Ran Telem .... executive producer
Original Music by
Sean Callery 
Cinematography by
Nelson Cragg (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Joe Hobeck 
Terry Kelley 
Casting by
Judy Henderson 
Production Design by
John D. Kretschmer 
Art Direction by
Geoffrey S. Grimsman 
Set Decoration by
Summer Eubanks 
Costume Design by
Katina Le Kerr 
Makeup Department
Deborah Ball .... hair department head
John R. Bayless .... makeup department head
Anthony Brooks .... makeup artist (additional)
Kelly E. Marlow .... hair stylist (as Kelly Caldwell)
Bryan Reynolds .... additional makeup artist
Chris Varosky .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Adam Banks .... post-production supervisor
J. David Brightbill .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Louis Guerra .... first assistant director
Kim Kennedy .... second assistant director
Art Department
Ian Akin .... propmaker
Gillian Albinski .... property master (as Gillian V. Albinski)
Paul Barrett .... props
Heathyr J. Clift .... set dec co-ordinator
Brody Docar .... set dresser
Elsie Eubanks .... set decoration buyer
Jay Graves .... on-set prop assistant
Geoffrey S. Grimsman .... art direction
Tiffany Apple Keenan .... graphic designer
Randy Kenan .... general foreman
Todd B. Lawson .... shop foreman
Alicia Lowe .... construction accountant
Alton McClellan .... charge scenic
Jonathan S. Morgan .... charge scenic
Redouane Nasserdine .... construction coordinator
Gregg Perez .... gangboss
Gregg Perez .... set dresser
Barry Spencer .... construction coordinator
Deanna Tilley .... set decorator buyer
Dana White .... on-set dresser
Ralph Woollaston .... general foreman
Melissa Wooten .... set dresser
Charles Bo Howard .... art department coordinator: re-shoot (uncredited)
Chase Kliber .... assistant art department coordinator (uncredited)
Sound Department
Jeff Clark .... dialogue editor (2011)
Alan Decker .... sound re-recording mixer
Craig A. Dellinger .... supervising sound editor (as Craig Dellinger)
Paul Drenning .... adr mixer
Rickley W. Dumm .... sound effects editor
Jonathan Golodner .... sound editor
Chato Hill .... dialogue editor
James Hyde .... adr recordist
Melissa Kennelly .... foley artist
Shawn Kennelly .... supervising foley editor/foley mixer
Mark Lanza .... sound effects editor
Andrew Logan .... sound recordist
Larry Long .... sound mixer
Kevin Nanaumi .... assistant sound editor
Ric Schnupp .... adr recordist
Nello Torri .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Mark Petersen .... sound editor (uncredited)
JoAnn Bernat .... stunt performer
Elizabeth Davidovich .... stunt double: Linda Purl
Ben Jensen .... stunt performer
Cal Johnson .... stunt coordinator
Cal Johnson .... stunt performer
Robin Lee Maggy .... stunt performer
Aby Martin .... stunt double
Dave Tommasi .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Patrick Borowiak .... first assistant camera
Philip Dann .... dolly grip
Scott Gosey .... electrician
Adam Hinson .... rigging gaffer
Robert Hoelen .... key rigging grip
Eric Jones .... key grip
Michael Jones .... best boy electric
Christopher Koch .... best boy rigging grip
Matt Malloy .... electrician
Alan Newcomb .... first assistant camera: second unit
Bob Newcomb .... b camera operator
Bob Newcomb .... camera operator
Joseph Harold Page .... grip
Dwayne Pless .... electrician
Brian Powell .... rigging electrician
Steve A. Stephenson .... best boy rigging grip
Tommy Ray Sullivan Jr. .... dimmer operator (as Tommy Sullivan Jr.)
Tommy Ray Sullivan .... gaffer
John Verardi .... first assistant camera
Ralph Watson .... camera operator
Christopher Lymberis .... digital loader (uncredited)
Christian Shonts .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)
Sean Yaple .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Athena Alexis .... casting assistant (as Athenas Duché)
Tara Feldstein .... casting associate
Craig Fincannon .... casting
Lisa Mae Fincannon .... casting
Libby Goldstein .... original casting
Kimberly Graham .... casting associate
T. Ryan Hill .... extras casting assistant
Junie Lowry-Johnson .... original casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy C. Bradshaw .... assistant costume designer
Ali Lammari .... key on-set costumer
Tiffany Verch .... key set costumer
Editorial Department
Garret Donnelly .... assistant editor
Katie Schafer .... post-production assistant
Keith Shaw .... final colorist
Annie Weinstein .... on-line editor
Music Department
Jeff Charbonneau .... music editor
Kevin J. Edelman .... music supervisor
Larold Rebhun .... scoring mixer
Andrew Gowan .... associate music supervisor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Keith Beard .... driver: honeywagon
Tina Del Castillo .... transportation captain
Rick Parkinson .... picture car coordinator
Todd Luckey .... production van operator (uncredited)
Other crew
Mark Alvarez .... payroll accountant
Christopher Billig .... main title design
Jarrad Blackwell .... production assistant
Evelyn Chafin .... assistant production coordinator
Dan Clark .... office production assistant
Blake Garris .... production assistant
Neal Gray .... key set production assistant
Jennifer Irvine .... production coordinator
Lisa Kelly James .... assistant to producer
Jason Allen King .... location manager
Adam Lee .... set production assistant
Hayley Lovitt .... production assistant
Michael McKay .... set production assistant
Joe McLaughlin .... production accountant
Michael McLaughlin .... first assistant accountant
Nick Moutselos .... production secretary
Shawn O'Boyle .... locations
Shawn O'Boyle .... production assistant (office production assistant)
Tommy Reeder .... assistant accountant
Chris Riddle .... production assistant
Jim Sevin .... playback editor
Evan Showler .... location assistant
London Stewart .... location coordinator
Kara B. Still .... script supervisor
Charlotte Stoudt .... production assistant
Alex Whittington .... production assistant
Keely Kathleen Williams .... stand-in
Jeff Albertson .... stand-in: Damian Lewis (uncredited)
Shelley Bassett .... photo double (uncredited)
Shelley Bassett .... stand-in (uncredited)
Benjamin Benedetti .... post facilities manager (uncredited)
James Crabtree .... stand-in (uncredited)
Katie Garner .... stand-in: Claire Danes (uncredited)
Randy Grazio .... stand-in (uncredited)
Tommy Reeder .... accounting clerk (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
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Alex Gansa  developed for american television by
Howard Gordon  developed for american television by

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84 min
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Crew or equipment visible: When Carrie searches the bathroom for her pills and shouts for Virgil, the camera man's shadow and movement is clearly seen on the door before Virgil enters the room.See more »
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8 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Season 1: Well-paced and engaging drama despite some cougar moments along the way, 1 April 2012
Author: bob the moo from United Kingdom

Homeland came to the UK on a wave of praise from the US – or at least I'm pretty sure it did because after the first few episodes had screened in the US I had made a concerted effort to avoid all the talk on the internet from those a few episodes ahead. It was wise to do so because the crux of this story is that you don't know where it is going or quite what is happening, even when something seems pretty obvious and straightforward it is delivered with enough shading around it to include doubt and assumption. This works very well throughout the show and I was impressed by the pacing of it. Unlike 24 (a show I enjoyed a lot) Homeland moves at a very steady pace. The downside of this is that there are few moments where you are on the edge of your seat, because there are few "ticking clock" scenarios here and more just a steady creep of progress and twists.

Mostly this works very well because you are held as things are steadily revealed, twisted or changed in your understanding – the flashbacks are a big part of this as they present a muddling effect that enhances the already muddled present. I'm not sure how the show would play on a second or third viewing though, because the mystery is the all here and it is that sense of not being sure of anything that makes it as engaging as it was. The constant twisting when things are muddled helps later when things start becoming clearer and more "known" – because by this point the viewer is used to having half-truths in front of them so I was still sort of wary of fully believing everything that I was being shown.

The downside of this even pace is that occasionally we have sections where it feels like time filling – cougar moments if you will. Some of these are still engaging as side-threads informing the characters but sometimes they do feel like they are in there or extended to be able to fill a little bit more time that they should have done. This is a minor quibble though, because they are rather covered by virtue of the show being of a steady pace in the first place – so it isn't like moments in 24 where the constant forward motion would just seem to stop for the sake of stopping.

The cast play well with the constant sense of grey area. Carrie may well be a hard character to like but Danes plays her really well – she is a deeply flawed character and she works as such. Some of the plot contrivances don't full work in regards her character but Danes does well with them despite this. Lewis is by far the strongest of the cast – no matter what we think of him at any point in the show he is really well done, always giving enough to all points of view so that you never totally know where he sits or how to feel about it. Baccarin is stunning of course but also gives a good support and keeps the family side interesting although with good child performances – particularly the key relationship for Brody of Dana (Saylor). Patinkin is a real good presence, as is Harewood – even if it is a little odd for UK viewers to see him over there with an American accent! Homeland, despite the rave reviews, is not a perfect show and I don't think it would be as good coming back to it for a second or third viewing, but it is a well-paced and satisfying show that engages by having a constant sense of doubt about what everyone's motivations and aims are. Some of the red-herrings and cougar moments don't work particularly well but they don't disrupt the flow too badly and therefore are easy to forgive. I wonder how they can continue it into a second season while still maintaining the strengths from this first season, but for now this an enjoyable and engaging show.

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