It's gone now. Sorry.
At least the show has the decency to acknowledge that Saul's second "play" is a long shot.
Homeland might as well change its title to As the Intelligence World Turns.
Saul has an absolutely crazy plan.
We're coming to terms with the fact that Homeland is a show in which the characters don’t make the same decisions that actual humans would.
Cunning passages. Impudent crimes.
Homeland sure loves its what the hell moments.
Senator Lockhart is just what this show needs.
This week's episode was something new for the show.
He explains what was and wasn't true.
“Game On” was an episode that left us torn between pleasure at the show’s nervy plotting, and rage-y frustration.
It's all explained in a free audiobook!
Are you a Carrie? Or a Saul? How about a Brody? We have some ideas.
What is going on?
"Brody is in the nine circles of hell. I’m afraid I don’t see a bright future for him."
Carrie: Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs.
"They’re weird! I feel like people look ugly in them."
Where did we leave off last season?
Carrie's here. Saul's here, too. But where's Brody?
Complete with Baby Maggie as interrogator.
“There will come a point at which telling that story further is just a case of diminishing returns.”
Imagine no further.
"At some point, that Carrie-Brody relationship is just going to be exhausted," says Alex Gansa.