Homeland: Time to Get Back to the Good Stuff

I sometimes joke that thrillers always end when things are getting really interesting: the psychotic ex or corrupt cop or serial killer has just been killed, probably in a struggle in a dark house during a thunderstorm, and now the surviving heroes are sitting on the front stoop hugging each other tearfully as the police cars roll up. But what happens after that? Sometimes I wonder. How, exactly, do you explain the corpse in the bathtub or on the basement floor to law enforcement's satisfaction? Do you tell the whole story, or leave certain parts out? Do all the participants in the big climax get their stories straight and keep them straight, or does one of them break ranks and throw another one under the proverbial bus?  Read More...



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