Homeland (2011– )
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Carrie has now been in the psychiatric ward of the hospital for three weeks back on her meds. She is on a no visitor directive. She does whatever she needs to do to get dismissed, even ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Quinn (credit only)
Jessica Brody (credit only)
Chris Brody (credit only)
Dana Brody (credit only)
Mira Berenson (credit only)
Andrew Lockhart (credit only)
Dar Adal (credit only)
Saul Berenson (credit only)
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Carrie has now been in the psychiatric ward of the hospital for three weeks back on her meds. She is on a no visitor directive. She does whatever she needs to do to get dismissed, even stating that she appreciated what Saul did for her in getting her admitted. Wanting to get out is despite she herself knowing that she is not in full control of her faculties. She also learns that someone has come by wanting to see her, that person who she is certain is Saul. However, that person has different thoughts as to Carrie's future than she probably has in mind. Meanwhile, Brody, who is on a hit list and who has a serious gunshot wound in his abdomen, is in Caracas, Venezula, being assisted by people with who he has a mutual friend. He is somewhat between a rock and hard place as all his fake ID has been stolen. He is being housed in an uncompleted high rise which has now been taken over by squatters. He doesn't fully trust the people who are helping him, especially part of the medical ... Written by Huggo

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Paul Franklin: Are you all right?
Carrie Mathison: I'm just... I'm trying to remember where I've heard that line before.
Paul Franklin: What line?
Carrie Mathison: "I'm on your side." I know what you're doing.
Paul Franklin: What do you mean?
Carrie Mathison: I mean I'm a case officer. I used to recruit assets for a living.
Paul Franklin: This isn't like that.
Carrie Mathison: Isn't it? You think I'm vulnerable.
Paul Franklin: Not at all.
Carrie Mathison: No, worse than that, you think I'm weak. And maybe, with just the right incentive, I'll turn against the people who did this to me. Well, I'm telling you no. So whoever the hell it is you're working ...
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Homeland Main Title
Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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Directionless dribble
12 January 2015 | by (Cardiff) – See all my reviews

This show has been hijacked. You can't fail to notice a conflict of interest within upper echelons of the production, it reflects itself in scripting that makes the best of actors look wooden, both the story and dialog feel forced.

This is not the product of creativity or inspiration as could be felt with the first two series. Instead its a cocktail of conflicted direction and attempted social consciousness directing so prevalent in media today.

Homelands ended on season 2. I for one won't suffer to watch another episode.

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