Dave Nemetz / “Something’s going on.”. 0 0 0 0. Call it speed-plotting, but at least it’s speed-plotting that makes sense, and that’s a vast improvement over what we’ve been subjected to for much of this season. When Quinn confirms what happened, Carrie is incredulous. Haqqani must have a traitor in his midst, he theorizes, which Haqqani scoffs at — but he quickly interrogates one of his henchmen, who tells him the only people who knew about his meeting with Saul were the people he told himself. Haqqani smells a rat in his inner circle this week on Homeland — and the smell is coming from his own family tree. Elsewhere in the episode, Max (Maury Sterling) was waiting at the outpost that Warner was visiting for a ride home. “You went ahead, didn’t you, in spite of everything I said,” he says angrily, while Fara tries to defend her decision to join the CIA, saying she had to help the agency after the bombing. When you compare this episode with last week’s, it’s easy to see what the series’ strengths are: Carrie, watercooler moments, and character development. Haqqani notices — and his fears are confirmed when he listens in on Jalal calling Tasneem in a panic. Franklin hangs up, and then picks up his gun and silencer — which makes Carrie realize their mission’s about to fall apart because Franklin’s going to kill the bomber. The hour reveals more of her backstory, as she talks to her father about their situation. NEXT: “Carrie, what the f–k are you doing?”. And just as Carrie predicted, he shoots the bomber dead and disposes the body in the motel room bathtub. They then put her in a car and she soon realised they were headed to Bagram Air Base. Ended. Franklin’s panic reassures Carrie, who’s happy to hear that Bennett and his associates aren’t comfortable with the fact that the CIA apparently knows something. Saul and Haqqani roll up their sleeves and get serious about a peace deal: Haqqani is hesitant to agree to disarmament, but Saul offers him amnesty and a legitimate seat at the political table for the Taliban. One of the staff told her she needs to be more careful and that she shouldn’t be going out alone. “F–k, f–k,” she says. (And where is Keane, anyway? Fara, who earlier spent half an hour sitting in the CIA HQ parking lot before driving home, is also dealing with guilt. I’ll admit I pumped my first in joy as the scene played out. Dar insists she stay where she is, but at the last minute, Carrie leaves her spot and approaches the motel to cut Franklin off. Tonight’s hour highlighted all three — along with zero Dana, which by now, can always be considered a plus — beginning with Carrie, who stays true to her character in a gripping plot that helps her realize Saul’s odd behavior, and ending with a watercooler moment that pushes the plot forward instead of simply grabbing our attention. The escort helicopter was unable to land due to the terrain so began looking for a landing zone. Homeland Recap: What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding? First up: Mira, who meets with Alan Bernard to, well, dump him as her lover. Find out which films we loved at tis year's festival. Or is it just a joke? And slowly, as the episode ends, Brody looks up at Saul. The fourth episode of Homeland season 8, saw Carrie (Claire Danes) get a surprise. “I wish it were.”, Meanwhile, Carrie takes some “personal time” to visit the hospital for an ultrasound — and refuses to find out the baby’s gender. Well well, Miss Mathison, what do you have up your sleeve? ... real enough to makes us care about for 96 episodes. Carrie recovers in Germany. In the world of Homeland, even when you trust someone, you remain unsure. If you like TVLine, you'll LOVE our weekly newsletter. * President Warner made his Season 8 debut, and we met True Blood alum Sam Trammell as VP Ben Hayes, who loudly called for Saul to be fired during a briefing. Homeland Recap: What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding? * Jenna tried to earn Carrie’s confidence by smoking a cigarette with her, but Carrie could sniff out her ulterior motive from a mile away. Before the mission begins, the episode turns its focus to the women of Homeland, checking in on Mira, Fara, and Carrie with her pregnancy. On her way back inside she noticed something going on in one of the rooms. 10 funny mockumentaries to remind us about the absurdity of life, Family-friendly Halloween films for boos big and small.
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