Homeland (2011– )
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Saul has only nine days left as interim CIA director and successor senator Andrew Lockhart opposes operation Majid, but the chief of staff agrees that Saul can continue the top-secret ... See full summary »

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Nicholas Brody
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Jessica Brody (credit only)
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Chris Brody (credit only)
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Dana Brody (credit only)
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Saul has only nine days left as interim CIA director and successor senator Andrew Lockhart opposes operation Majid, but the chief of staff agrees that Saul can continue the top-secret project so long. Saul also authorizes Quinn to lead a team to investigate Majid's suggestion that Brody didn't place the bomb and the real culprit is still in the States, handled by 'his' law firm. After Dar Adal 'warns' his golf contact, senior partner Leland Bennett, his deputy Paul Franklin is instructed to get rid of him. When he turns up armed, pregnant Carrie breaks orders and has to be shot, obsessed with the only chance to clear Brody. Saul's wife dumps her lover. Financial analyst Fara's Iranian exiled father finds out about her CIA employment when she's rebuked for taking sickies to mind sickly Mr. Sherazi. Written by KGF Vissers

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Dialogue in this episode suggests that the character of Mira is supposed to be significantly older than the actress who plays her (Sarita Choudhury). Mira tells Alain that she and Saul have been married 35 years. This episode aired in 2013 and Choudhury was born in 1966, which mean that a Mira who is the same age as Sarita Choudhury would have been 12 years old when she married Saul. See more »

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It is stated the meeting will take place at a hotel in Lynchburg. However, Lynchburg is a three-hour drive from DC, not a suburb, but yet there is no mention of the entire team traveling so far. See more »

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Homeland Main Title
Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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Home(less)Land ; A Forgotten Memory
21 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

When it was announced that Howard Gordon was involved with Homeland roughly a year after my favorite TV show 24 was canceled, I couldn't have been more thrilled. Sadly, I had forgotten about it, and was reminded later that it was ending it's 1st season, I instantly started watching and connected to this like the first Hour of 24, and it become a show that I couldn't resist await the arrival for Season 2!

Fast-Forward through season 2, and where we currently are now, and I all I can say is, that this show is probably the worst thing on TV, and I have finally caught up with all the episodes, after struggling through 8 episodes to reach this point, and that is disturbingly sad.

Are people honestly content and satisfied with this show? Please be honest with yourself, and really ask, what are you actually watching! I am not even planning on explaining or divulging with spoilers are mentioning regarding this episode. However, I will say, after this episode, I have completely lost all respect for Howard Gordon and I will never watch another episode, and will periodically check to see if it's been canceled or what the convulsion of this season will be.

If I had to guess, I would say that it ends with Alien's invading and Jack Bauer is sworn in as President,Sasha Grey makes an appearance to discuss her advancements in reading! You can't continue to watch this show, without causing irreversible cognitive brain function.

You couldn't explain this show to someone with a intelligence level above normal, without having them arm baring you into a wall, and suffocating you with rage. I don't even know what this show is anymore, besides people crying, and Jumping The Shark worse than a TV show in history!


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