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post #196 of 343
Mandy Patinkin always quits TV shows after two years. Wouldn't be surprised to see him leave this one.
post #197 of 343
Homeland, Season 3
post #198 of 343
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Homeland, Season 3

At first I was like confused.gif, but then I was like lol8[1].gif
post #199 of 343
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Am I the last person to realize Saul is Inigo Montoya? Light switch went on last night.

Am I the last person to realize that Carrie is Angela Chase?
post #200 of 343
Lot of ridiculous behavior this season. A lot could be explained if it turned out that members of the deep state (Estes-F.Murray-rich dude who hosted Brody and others unnamed) were actually running Nazeer, helping him (for some reason) to kill the Vice-President.
post #201 of 343
Well, there's our answer to how they will have a third season! Crazy.
post #202 of 343
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Well, there's our answer to how they will have a third season! Crazy.

Maybe a bit over the top. No bomb sniffing dogs at the entrance to the CIA? They just let a guy move a car like that into a non-parking space?

Why would they leave the ceremony early? The guy was about to be a VP running mate and suddenly he walks out of a service dedicated to the VP?

And how are they just allowed to roam around into someone's office at the CIA like that?

Not the best finally.
post #203 of 343

Good points. I really hope season 3 won't just be Carrie trying to convince everyone he's innocent. Something like the Bourne movies would be good.

 

I think the finale was a bit of an anti-climax....

 

Is Saul the guy behind it? That is the question on everyone's lips.

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Maybe a bit over the top. No bomb sniffing dogs at the entrance to the CIA? They just let a guy move a car like that into a non-parking space?
Why would they leave the ceremony early? The guy was about to be a VP running mate and suddenly he walks out of a service dedicated to the VP?
And how are they just allowed to roam around into someone's office at the CIA like that?
Not the best finally.
post #204 of 343
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Is Saul the guy behind it? That is the question on everyone's lips.

Really? Not the impression I got at all.
post #205 of 343
Brody should have died at the end of Season 1.
post #206 of 343
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Brody should have died at the end of Season 1.

Or last night. She could have left the service and he stays and gets knocked off. Now their relationship will be this endless wish you were here bullshit.

Oddly, last night I thought the mushy talk was pretty well executed, it was the rest of it that lacked. Wanted to see Brodywife's tatties one more time too. Just give us a change of clothes scene or something.
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Really? Not the impression I got at all.

Me either. Anyone else think that hebrew chant was a bit strange?
post #208 of 343
That's not strange at all. It's the jewish prayer for the dead and he is a jew standing in front of 200 dead bodies.
post #209 of 343
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That's not strange at all. It's the jewish prayer for the dead and he is a jew standing in front of 200 dead bodies.

It came across as a political statement to me.

Best shot of the episode for me was the white sheet body landing in the water shot from below. That gave me chills.
post #210 of 343
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It came across as a political statement to me.
Now that's really weird. Not sure how to interpret this.
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