I don't get the "internet forum critics" of Homeland. I guess everybody has a right to their own views and speech.
Maybe it's due to the whole "24" thing and the fact people are comparing season 1 to season 2.
I'm talking about another forum as well. All of these replies are on the same page, from different posters.
'Homeland Season 2 |OT| It Hits Home - Page 59 '
This show is going downhill fast.
Oh boy, I don't know where they are going, but if it involves not seeing Saul again, I'm not watching anymore. He is by far the most interesting character in this show, after I got pretty annoyed with Carrie.
Man, this show has been snowballing down hill all season. Now that snowball has gained momentum. What an awful f***** episode.
Anyway, this was the weakest episode of the entire series so far, and I hope they can recover, because the first five episodes or so of season 2 were just outstanding, and now we've had a fairly long run of middling episodes.
Here are the 24 and season 1 remarks that are making people disappointed.
We're not ridiculous. The show has become ridiculous.
The first season at least tread the line of plausibility. Our problem comes when S2 just throws up on that line and expects viewers to roll with it. This show has become 24 2.0 this season and those of us who were invested in these characters are understandably disappointed.
I really enjoyed last night's episode.Edited by Young C - 12/3/12 at 11:01am