Homeland (2011– )
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Peter Quinn protests to Saul, on account of Carrie being blamed solely for the Brody and bomb disaster. Peter visits her in a CIA psych ward, where she's collocated due to her erratic ... See full summary »

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Nicholas Brody (credit only)
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Maggie Mathison
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Dr. Harlan
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Peter Quinn protests to Saul, on account of Carrie being blamed solely for the Brody and bomb disaster. Peter visits her in a CIA psych ward, where she's collocated due to her erratic aggression which extends even to him. Saul recruits a new financial analyst, Fara Sherazi, to investigate the financing of the Iran-directed terrorists he suspects, then leans heavily on the collaborating New York bankers. Unlike sensible Chris, mother Jessica remains clueless about the frustration about father motivating Dana's genuine suicide attempt. Worse, by opposing Dana's friendship with former therapy mate Leo Carras drives her into his arms and laundry-improvised bed. Written by KGF Vissers

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Carrie Mathison: I'm not the one who got it wrong. I'm the only one who got it right.
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Homeland Main Title
Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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A break from the action to explore the reactions of two women with mental health issues abandoned by those around them and pushed to their limits
30 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Sure, this episode does very little to advance the primary narrative. However, it is an excellent depiction of two woman who have been thrown into despair with the recent bombing and feeling that the primary male figure in their life that they trusted has betrayed them (Dana + her dad, Carrie + Saul). I enjoyed the back and forth and largely first-person point of view of both as they struggled to come to terms with their new situation. Both of them are marginalized by those around them due to their mental health issues and they are truly fighting for themselves. Try and watch episode from their perspective and look at how trapped they must feel. I thought it was a powerful episode overall, albeit one with subject matter and focus away from the primary terrorism narrative.


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