Originally Posted by Young C
Good stuff. I enjoyed tonight's episode.
Agreed here, personally I really liked this episode as well. Carrie playing the dual role of what is she really feeling very well... (is she playing her role or does she really love him and having her emotions take control)
Originally Posted by scowl
Score another one for the terrorists! They can now make helicopters completely silent and invisible until they're almost on top of you and then they disappear into the ether, untrackable by any technology our helpless agents have! Before this episode I thought that flying a helicopter around would be too overt for terrorists and would only expose their locations but turns out I was wrong. I was surprised that they ended up in some sort of disused warehouse. I figured the chopper would land on a terrorist aircraft carrier hidden out in the Atlantic from which Nazir, who is walking around America like he owns the place, will be launching nuclear missiles at our country any day now.
Looks like being a congressman and potential VP candidate is a nice gig. You can disappear for days and days and no one cares.
Virgil's joke from last season may eventually come true: Dana could be the next terrorist. She's full of hatred for America now that she sees the whole damn system is corrupt with politicians paying hush money to cover up murder. I expect her
to wearing a bomb vest by the end of the season.
I do think there is a chance Dana, could be turned, especially now, but her character is too fragile to do any actual act. She may commit suicide, but I doubt she could be turned. Much like her father her personal life is coming apart and when she tries to do the right thing, she gets roadblocked by someone elses agenda....
As far as the helicopter, from the scenes it wasnt silent at all actually it was quite loud, since they were not monitoring air traffic though, at that time they didnt know what to track, the one tracking device they did have was Brodys phone which was disabled. Not sure where you got silent from as it was the main reason they couldnt hear Carrie when she was putting eyes on Brody....
the only one saying it was untrackable is you, we neverr got to see the aftermath of what happened. With the limited resources they are using for this mission, it may be untrackable since it was long gone before they were able to hear Carrie again (which we never got confirmation they could heat her, even after they left.
who says no one would notice? the reason Roya took himw as becasue she checked and his schedule was "wide open". His wife knows he is working for the CIA so he may "dissapear", finding out that Carrie is still a part of his life, after he said she wasnt, will only make her care less about where he is.
it may be jsut me, but it seems you are trying to find things to complain about with this show....I totally udnerstand the need for a counterbalance, but this show seems like its painful for you to watch as you can find nothing good to say at all for the past number of weeks...
Originally Posted by wco81
I haven't seen the last ep yet.
Is Homeland reaching Lost territory when it comes to plausibility.
You have to wonder if sometimes producers of critically well- received shows take more license.
Not at all....If you are looking for 100% reality go watch a documentary though.....there are always going to be "convienent plot devices" to move the story along or to keep it going. this show is no where near IMO the level of Lost though.....Watch the last episode before making any judgement though maybe your view will differ...