Walker's Washington contact is identified by Carrie and Saul, but the target is protected via diplomatic immunity. Meanwhile, political bigwigs approach Brody about running for a disgraced congressman's seat.
Brody does his best to fulfill the duty asked of him by the Vice-President, and Carrie runs point on tying the diplomat to Abu Nazir, on last night’s episode of Homeland, “Representative Brody.” http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2011/12/05/homeland-season-1- more
Claire Danes is going to win an Emmy for Homeland . There is no other female actor getting the chance to do what she gets to do every week on Homeland , and I can think of no other female actress delivering such a tour de force perf more
I'm not sure there's been a very loud chorus of people out there saying that Homeland hasn't been exciting enough, but if there were any such malcontents, maybe this episode was for them. Because KABOOM, what an ending, right?
First thing's first: Carr more
Homeland reintroduced good old Dick Johnson, whose name brought Jessica to fits of giggles last week, now brought Brody one step closer to carrying out a terrorist act against the United States. Vice President Walden paid an overly anxious Brody a visit a more
What is Brody up to?
Every week, I watch 'Homeland' and find myself caught up in the trajectories of all kinds of sub-plots and supporting characters, only to return in the end to that same question: What is Brody trying to accomplish? Who is this se more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Representative Brody," the December 4 episode of Showtime's "Homeland," in which Carrie tries to turn an asset, while Brody gets an offer. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/homeland-representative-brody more
What makes both Abu Nazir's plan of attack against the United States and Homeland 's story of deception so successful is that they are both constructed from a number of intricate layers. The thought process that has gone into each has been incredibl more
What is Brody up to?
Every week, I watch ' Homeland ' and find myself caught up in the trajectories of all kinds of sub-plots and supporting characters, only to return in the end to that same question: What is Brody trying to accomplish? Who is this sec more