HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "a red wheelbarrow," the November 17 episode of Showtime's "Homeland," in which Carrie tries to clear Brody's name while Saul moves his plan forward. Read More...
Let’s get right to it, shall we, as the final moments of this episode were a bit of shocker…
Well, they were for me anyway. Maybe you guys had already figured out that Saul was going to track down Brody in Caracas. Or that Saul has been the caretaker more
Well, after all my talk about being disconnected and detached from Homeland in my review last week, I have to say that this week’s episode, “A Red Wheelbarrow,” is easily the most compelling episode of Homeland’ s third season. Last night was the most e more
Screw it, I’m back in.
Look, I know all the reasons I shouldn’t be in. Carrie continues to jeopardize missions of national importance for her one true love. Saul’s reasoning regarding why his Javadi plan will work sounds really stupid when coming fro more
Among its other intellectual ambitions, Homeland has always had a fondness for poetry. Last season, Jessica Brody described the family’s garage as “like the wreck of the Hesperus in here” without knowing that the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem she’d refe more
Quinn is forced to confess for a crime he didn't commit; Saul pulls off the final act of his secret operation; Javadi reveals the truth about Brody. Read More...