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'Homeland': 21 Shocking Moments from 'Gerontion'

Check out the shocking Homeland moments from season 3 episode 7 "Gerontion"."  Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/homeland-shocking-moments-from-gerontion-62781.aspx

Homeland Recap: The Eyes of God

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 referenced was particularly apropos. In the poem, a father ties his daughter to the mast of a ship during a storm, but his attempt to save her from the elements he never should have exposed her to in the first place is a pitiful effort; her body washes up on shore after the storm. It’s a narrative that, although Jessica couldn’t possibly have predicted it at the moment, foretells Dana’s fate at her own father’s hands. Brody made her a target and abandoned her to face the consequences he’d brought to his family. Ultimately, Dana is only able to survive by destroying her own identity to keep her body sane and intact.   Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2013/11/homeland-recap-season-3-episode-7.html

'Homeland' recap: Forgive Me Father For I Have Sinned

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... http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/homeland-season-3-episode-7-recap/

Homeland "Gerontion" Review: Saul Berenson, Acting CIA Director and Practical Joker

In theory, "Gerontion" should've been the Homeland episode many of us were waiting for.  Read More... http://www.tv.com/shows/homeland-2011/community/post/homeland-gerontion-review-saul-berenson-acting-cia-director-and-practical-joker-138410749299/

'Homeland' Recap: Brody's Role in the Langley Bombing Called into Question

Most of this season of Homeland has been slow. Deliberately slow, but slow and uninteresting nonetheless.   You can't accuse this week's episode of being slow. A lot of things happen. Plot lines are set up for future episodes. But is any of it vaguely interesting? Unfortunately, not in the slightest.  Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/homeland/homeland-recap-brodys-role-in-51808.aspx

'Homeland' Season 3 episode 7 'Gerontion' recap: Saul's big Javadi gamble

"Homeland"Season 3 episode 7 "Gerontion" finally acquitted Brody after his questionable involvement (or lack thereof) in the Langley bombing at the end of Season 2, only to put him back in the hot seat once again. At least Javadi sent Carrie (hopefully) in the right direction to resolve whether Brody had a hand in the bombing or not. After he confirmed to Saul that Brody wasn't the man who set off the bomb, he made Carrie question whether it was Brody who knowingly gave the bomber the keys to his car. The only way for Carrie to find out whether he was or not is for her to track down the bomber, who is apparently alive somewhere in the United States. Honestly, that story seems questionable at best. If anything, it seems like Javadi is just trying to send Carrie on a wild goose chase that puts her in danger; likely his revenge for... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/11/homeland-season-3-episode-7-gerontion-recap-sauls-big-javadi-gamble.html

Review: 'Homeland' - 'Gerontion'

HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Gerontion," the November 10 episode of Showtime's "Homeland," in which Saul explains his plans for Javadi, while Carrie gets new intel about Brody.  Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-homeland-gerontion-old-country-for-old-men

‘Homeland’ Season 3, Episode 7, ‘Gerontion’: TV Recap

Here's our recap of the latest episode of "Homeland."  Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/11/10/homeland-season-3-episode-7-gerontion-tv-recap/?mod=WSJBlog

Homeland Season 3 Review “Gerontion”

To put it mildly, there has been a lot to take in on  Homeland  the past few weeks. We’ve had Saul’s marital strife, CIA musical chairs, Carrie’s pill flushing, Carrie’s pregnancy, everything Dana, and the onrushing disappointment of another Washington Wizards basketball season for Chris Brody. People have been disappointed (to put  that  mildly) and confused by the whole lot of it. With so many things in the air, it was weird to watch the show spend time on storylines both ludicrous and inconsequential. Tonight’s episode is stripped to the basics frustrated viewers have desired. At the end of 48 solid minutes of exposition and piece-moving, I’m still not sure what we’re trying to accomplish. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2013/11/10/homeland-season-3-review-gerontion/