HOMELAND Season 2 Episode 8 Review: “I’ll Fly Away”

| November 19, 2012 at 8:02 AM EST

Do you think the CIA should keep trusting Carrie? Here are the Homeland Season 2 Episode 8 review questions for “I’ll Fly Away.” Is Jessica dumb? Granted, Brody’s “I’m working for the CIA” lie is a half truth. He’s working for the CIA as an informant and a double agent. He also tried to do […]

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Homeland Review – Season 1 – Compelling, a Quality Presence in the TV World

| September 11, 2012 at 10:32 PM EDT

If you’re ready to delve into a smartly-written, character-driven drama, then you’re ready for Homeland. Loaded with heavy hitters that understand their craft, Homeland stars Damian Lewis, Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin and Morena Baccarin. While many will spend time praising Lewis (and it’s well deserved) I have to focus on my favorites here… Danes and […]

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Homeland ‘Marine One’ Review – Trusting Women’s Intuition

| December 19, 2011 at 4:53 AM EST

The cliche quote about what the ripple effect of a butterfly’s wings flapping comes into play as we take a look back at the Homeland finale. Everything we’ve seen has played out on Homeland in this very specific way because one very powerful group of men made a decision several years ago Homeland Review “Marine […]


Homeland ‘The Vest’ Review – Laser Focused on the Green Pen

| December 11, 2011 at 11:00 PM EST

Call me naive, but when it came to the episode title “The Vest” I first assumed they’d be talking about a bullet proof vest. Guess not. Homeland Review “The Vest” We got our first look of Carrie in a really manic state. Although I am familiar with what bipolar disorder is, I’ve never actually witnessed […]

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Homeland ‘Representative Brody’ Review

| December 4, 2011 at 10:57 PM EST

Inside this Homeland review: how Saul made math important, a SodaStreamer sighting, and what CIA shows are teaching fans. Homeland Review ‘Representative Brody’ A lot was said when Brody’s automatic answer to being asked to run for congress was “yes” while his wife’s answer was automatically “no way in hell.” What we learn through this […]


Homeland ‘Crossfire’ Review – They Call it a Hail Mary

| November 27, 2011 at 11:07 PM EST

This Homeland review covers the phenomenon of Vitamin Water, Mandarin as the language of the future, and the perfect Leonard Cohen song for this episode. Homeland Review “Crossfire” Something I haven’t touched on before is the opening credits for Homeland. It’s a tiny bit disorienting sometimes, but they use imagery of a hedge maze and […]

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Homeland ‘Achilles Heel’ Review: Who Do You Trust?

| November 20, 2011 at 11:00 PM EST

Is Sgt. Brody a family man or a terrorist? Don’t you wish he had a Facebook status about that which you could just check? Man! Homeland gave a great twist this week in the episode “Achilles Heel.” Homeland “Achilles Heel” Review The concept of an Achilles heel is nothing new. Part of me wishes that […]

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Homeland ‘The Weekend’ Review

| November 13, 2011 at 11:00 PM EST

Were you expecting that?! Homeland delivered one hell of a powerful episode with “The Weekend.” Let’s go through the episode, starting at the top. My first notes were about how Carrie didn’t ask Brody anything like “hey boi, how did you beat that box, man?” right away, and he must have known she was wondering […]

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Homeland ‘The Good Soldier’ Review: Liar, Liar

| November 6, 2011 at 11:00 PM EST

Homeland delivered another solid episode with an intriguing plot and dramatic performances by Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin. One of the major plot points in “The Good Soldier” was holding a funeral for a soldier who served with Brody that he was able to confirm as dead. What did you think of that funeral service? […]

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Homeland ‘Blind Spot’ Review: Fuel for the Paranoid Fire

| October 30, 2011 at 10:20 PM EDT

The mystery deepens on Showtime’s new series Homeland, as Sgt. Brody looks more guilty. Is Sgt. Brody compromised or not? That’s the big question for Homeland, and in “Blind Spot” we got more fuel for that fire. And this information was also shared with the characters of Carrie and Saul. So we’re all on the […]

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