You went ahead, didn't you? This season has tried to be about a different kind of villain—the money men and the power brokers—and this was one of the few times where I felt like that approach worked pretty well. This is one of the weeks highlights for me and there are sooooo many other bad shows out there. If you work at the bank, why are we not rich? It will be nice to see the back of this show after the finale. They've connected your firm to the guy who detonated the bomb at Langley. So you two actually have a plan? You've been to hell and back. That's not what he told me. Perhaps this means that Bennett isn't really aware of the kind of terrible people he's aligned himself with and he's some kind of fall guy that has been planned for a while.
How come I never saw a finding on this? You see what I'm dealing with? Not sure I like the idea of Saul being some all powerful mastermind either, I just don't buy him having figured all these things out and orchestrating all these operations without making a mistake. Your going over there jeopardized all that. They will be added to the list of those to be hanged or shot! Who is this Franklin guy? I met with Javadi once. Like Carrie, we listened in while Bennett told Franklin to get the bomber safely out of the country, so clearly something else is afoot that spurred Franklin to handle it i another, more violent way. I'm not sure Carrie is Mommy material, most pregnant women who are unfortunately shot probably would be screaming hysterically about their child.
S03E08: Happy Sunday evening, party people! Just lay low and let me handle this. You're angry because I didn't share a conversation with you about Brody. Window's closing, for Christ's sake! And more than that, he did that Saul asshole thing where he turns Carrie's concerning questions against her, making her feel like a child. Although Tim found a way outside of that dark, locked conference room last week, he's now on a top-secret flight to South America to procure something really, really important. Things were a little out of control. The senator has made some serious allegations. How soon until the writers kill her off to raise the stakes? Brody's hair hadn't grown in like weeks, not even a bit.
Is that a question or an accusation? I should've shared that intel about Brody with you sooner. So we just let him kill the bomber? If we can pull it off. Perhaps something will point out how clueless the guy is regarding the reality of the need for human intel regardless of the credibility of the regime change possibility. But that's not what this is about. Φυσική συνέπεια αυτού είναι να επιδοθεί σε έναν αγώνα δρόμου για να πείσει τους ανωτέρους της ότι ο πρώην αιχμάλωτος θα πρέπει να τεθεί υπό παρακολούθηση.
I could go with you. So Saul adapts to her insubordination, then uses it to further his goals, while others have launched more direct hits. I still can't believe all these people are gone. You're the one who's been handling this so excuse me if your assurance isn't very assuring. Dar is on-board in full support of Saul's gamble eh, maybe? There was no mention of his involvement in the bombing.
This is quite a surprise. She wanted the bomber alive because she needs to clear Brody's name before the baby is born. If people ask me if they should watch Homeland my answer is always only if you stop watching after season 1. Jesus, are you seeing this? Carrie, don't go out that door. We just heard Bennett telling Franklin to get the guy out of the country. Again, this is another situation where it's almost entirely unclear what's really going on.
Twenty years ago I might've fallen for that weak shit. A longtime acquaintance of Mr. Considering how wacky Carrie has been and her own agenda vis a vis Brody even if they do not yet know about the pregnancy , her involvement in the case, esp in the field, is kinda high risk. Mike, I think it's time you excuse the senator. And what's his connection to Leland Bennett? On the other hand, this is the second time this season that Homeland has completely pulled the rug out from underneath the audience and revealed a slightly-out-of-nowhere twist.
As long as we stick on Franklin, you'll get your bomber. You are now an enemy of your own state. The only thing I reacted to is the fact that pouring acid on a corpse demands for protective gear. To put in perspective that's 25 minutes max in a give or take 650 minute season. Saul would have totally looked up who the prick was just to see if he was playing his wife for her proximity to Saul Good things about Red Wheelbarrow: no formerly known as Dana Brody in sight. You're a recruited agent of a foreign government.
Is heroin a kinda hair growth stopper?. We debriefed him, turned him, sent him back to Iran. All the better if he did. Gee, if that is the kind of love that you feel, why didn't you just run away with him out of the country! You gotta make time for us. But it does feel like Homeland's disparate stories are coming together, and that the season is finally about something even if that something is mostly Saul is playing everybody and uh, don't trust anyone. I have the same feelings watching Homeland this season. You know, I can't help but feel we're spinning our wheels here.
It was right in front of my eyes, and I never saw it coming. You're the smartest and the dumbest fucking person I've ever known. From now on, you work for us, for me. And when the secret police find out who you work for, what then? This was two years ago. It's time we talk about Nasser Hejazi whose name you used to embezzle more than 45 million dollars.