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Wow! The analyst.
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Preggo-Carrie. Why? :fu: 

 

Edit: OH SHIT. :butbut:


Edited by worakl - 11/17/13 at 10:31pm
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This show is getting ridiculous. I still kind of enjoy it, but it's losing me more with every ridiculous plot twist.
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Curious what's up with the dude Saul's wife was boning. They could either just make it a jealous ex angle or he was really trying to get in to spy on Saul all along.
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Originally Posted by gort View Post

he was really trying to get in to spy on Saul all along.

 

I think it's this one. I was thinking he was the bomber, but then he wasn't so now I'm thinking who the hell is he...

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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

This show is getting ridiculous. I still kind of enjoy it, but it's losing me more with every ridiculous plot twist.

My sentiments too.
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Why doesn't the director of the CIA have a proper security detail and why isn't his place of residence secure?

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Seriously this show got so bad like a bad network drama
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Originally Posted by worakl View Post

Why doesn't the director of the CIA have a proper security detail and why isn't his place of residence secure?

Writers need to do their damned research.

"Members of the CIA director’s security detail guard his office, but they are not inside with him at all times. They live in the basement of his private home, but they do not roam freely through the residence. They accompany him to personal and professional meetings, but they do not always go into the room. They protect his hotel suite, even deploying motion detectors in the hallway, but they do not step in uninvited. They ride in his agency-provided jet, but they are not usually inside his VIP cabin." (source)

I didn't know about this before I just looked, but you would at least expect there to be surveillance cameras on his property and entryways.
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Not to mention he wouldn't have conversations in his home worth surveiling......orrrrrr
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Since this is styleforvm and all, does anyone know what kind of glasses Sen. Lockhart wears?
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Why doesn't the director of the CIA have a proper security detail and why isn't his place of residence secure?

One of many, many flaws that appear in the series now.

Looks like it is Iran next week.
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What is it with Showtime? Remember, in the first season, Dexter was also considered one of the best shows on TV. But after the second season, it became terrible. Tried to watch an episode or two of the final season for old times sake, but it was just painfully stupid. Doubt Homeland will make it that far.
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Dexter went on way too long. Anyway the series finale was god awful.
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