Majid Javadi is firmly in Saul's grip and seems to run out of excuses to give in to blackmail, so he's put on an airplane back to Teheran as double agent. As the police found his family's ... See full summary »

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Majid Javadi is firmly in Saul's grip and seems to run out of excuses to give in to blackmail, so he's put on an airplane back to Teheran as double agent. As the police found his family's corpses, Quinn must take the blame and invoke national security to go free. It works, but disgust him enough to consider leaving the CIA, yet he accepts to help find out what happened to Brody. Majid assures Carrie that not Brady, but henchmen of his law firm helped Abu Nasir's men bomb the CIA site. Confident Dar Adal deserts senator Andrew Lockhart when Saul rather keeps his successor-designate locked up 'accidentally' then call off operation Majid. Written by KGF Vissers

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Morena Baccarin was pregnant when this episode was filmed. See more »

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Saul Berenson: You killed her. Why? Get back at me because you could?
Majid Javadi: She was my wife. She was unfaithful.
Saul Berenson: She was your ex-wife. It was 35 years ago.
Majid Javadi: In the eyes of God, we're still married. I should have stoned her to death, but you didn't give me enough time.
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Bye Bye Blackbird
Music by Ray Henderson and lyrics by Mort Dixon
Performed by Van Morrison with Christopher White, Alistair White, Paul Moran, Jeffery Lardner, David Keary and Paul Moore.
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slowly getting a bit more exiting, but ........
12 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

Alright, these last couple of episodes have been better than the start of this season but still it's far from the excitement we used to know from Homeland. We have several angles that are not all very interesting if not pointless. The whole Brody family angle doesn't appeal to most viewers and there is no real attachment. Brody himself is a joke in this season as he just appeared in 1 episode and it makes us wonder why he appeared at all. Homeland pretty much turned into a classical CIA/Government soap series. An Iranian intel officer that is being turned is hardly moving us to the edge of our seat and Saul's relationship troubles as well as Carrie's pregnancy are hardly interesting.

People, forget it ... These last 3 episodes can NOT save this (probably last) season, unless they fire the story writers and make each remaining episode 2 hours long. There is no way this complete mess can somehow merge, make sense, and make up for all the disappointment we have seen so far.


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