It seems that one needs to enter this third season of Showtime's Homeland fully aware that the series has long since deviated from its (relatively) realistic approach in Season 1. The show's spiral into more pulpish adventures was well documented and fretted about in the press as the second season unfolded a year ago, but now that we've put the Vice President's death by remote-controlled heart attack behind us and any number of other 24-esque scenarios, we need to accept that the veneer of realism has long since gone out the window for the continuing tale of Carrie Mathison and Nicholas Brody.
HOMELAND: "TIN MAN IS DOWN" REVIEW
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