Homeland (2011–2020)
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Broken Hearts 

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Saul catches up with an old friend. Brody and VP Walden find themselves at odds. Dana and Finn come to terms with their differences.


Guy Ferland


Howard Gordon (developed for American television by), Alex Gansa (developed for American television by) | 2 more credits »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Claire Danes ... Carrie Mathison
Damian Lewis ... Nicholas Brody
Morena Baccarin ... Jessica Brody
David Harewood ... David Estes
Diego Klattenhoff ... Mike Faber
Jamey Sheridan ... Vice President William Walden
David Marciano ... Virgil Piotrowski
Navid Negahban ... Abu Nazir
Jackson Pace ... Chris Brody
Morgan Saylor ... Dana Brody
Mandy Patinkin ... Saul Berenson
F. Murray Abraham ... Dar Adal
Valerie Cruz ... Major Joy Mendez
Hrach Titizian ... Danny Galvez
Timothée Chalamet ... Finn Walden (as Timothee Chalamet)


Saul catches up with an old friend. Brody and VP Walden find themselves at odds over the future of their political relationship while Dana and Finn come to terms with their own differences. But it's Carrie, seemingly at the top of her game, who turns out to be further in the dark than anyone else. Written by SHOWTIME

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When Carrie is using the truck driver's phone, Galvez states that Carrie's location is east of Chantilly on 50. The road she is standing on has only 2 lanes. Route 50 is not smaller than 4 lanes while east of Chantilly, VA. See more »


Dar Adal: You're too sensitive for this line of work, you always have been. I'm amazed you've lasted this long.
Saul Berenson: Me, too.
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Homeland End Title
Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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Forget the story regurgitations...
23 September 2014 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

I think the point here is that, TV teaches us, there are at least two ways (so far) to deal with the "terrorist" plot line.

One way -- and I confess a fondness for this one -- is the series FIGHT BACK which has everything to do with the "buddy movie fighting crime" arc (think, Lethal Weapon, the original) and less to do with terrorism, except as an excuse to keep the action moving with generous dollops of sex, pretty women, and action.

The other way is HOMELAND, as a strange a brew as a I have ever seen. You can compare it to some of the "thinking man's" cop shows from the 70s, you can compare it to a daytime soap opera, you can, for all I care, compare it a Cocker Spaniel. But the one thing you cannot compare it to is FIGHT BACK, because they are oil and water, chalk and cheese.

So, you may ask, why did I wait until the almost-end of the second season to walk this road? Because this episode, strange and mispaced as it is, typifies everything that is right; and everything that is wrong, with the series.

The first Act is pure 1950s daytime soap, with much gnashing of teeth over infidelity, and secret plans, and the lost innocence of youth.

Would be a yawn unless you have seen the preceding shows, and of course most of us have.

Then in the Second Act the pedal suddenly goes to the metal and we abduction, threat, blackmail, a "caper" movie, a negotiation and ... the murder of the second most powerful man in the US. The fact that the last 50 seconds has one of the "good guys" getting arrested by his own team is a nice touch.

Two different series, two different approaches to the same story. Is one better than the other? Only the viewers can decide.

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2 December 2012 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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16:9 HD
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