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What goes around comes right back around- we saw it when Brody's car blew up killing the director of the CIA,and I have a gut feeling that we will see a similar exit for Lockhart reinstating Saul- as it should be. The scene from X men instantly flashed in my head when Dennis admitted that TASNEEM was his contact to when Magneto makes a face when he sees the human army and their guns and says " They never learn". The CIA on Homeland never learn lol- how many directors are they gonna get killed? Not that I'm complaining about Lockhart, power in the hands of a dumb but power hungry bureaucrat is suicide and the appointment of Lockhart has been a f'ing mess. But for a change, I don't want the embassy to be blown up and I want to sadistically enjoy Lockhart's face turn all sorts of red when in front of him, Saul gets his rightful job back. Note to Lockhart / CIA : Its Carrie, trust her gut when she says somethings not right here. I think her bipolarism is her ammo and her gut a sixth sense. I miss those days when Saul and her could understand what the other was thinking just by looking into each others eyes forget talking- so cant wait for them to come back together and FIX the CIA. NOW I get why the kid was twitching in his sleep- he was already having nightmares going to heaven- the irony of that. Another ironical situation is how the loyal Martha ended up with a person as spineless as Dennis and I agree with the author - it won't end well, but I hope Martha gets to keep her job. I also agree with the author on her hypothesis that Saul and Carrie not getting blown up had something to do with Aasar I had the same theory when I saw they weren't blown up along with their detail. I would now love to see TASNEEM getting interrogated by Carrie.
gosh a 2 week break after that adrenaline filled last 5 minutes already feels like torture- Dec 7th cant come soon enough. Great shooting locations in South Africa, Homeland never fails with its visual execution but sometimes with its story but glad that season 4 is not disappointing and the last two episodes especially, were as crisp as season 1. Glad that its already picked up for season 5.

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The Good Wife Season 6 Episode 10 Review: The Trial

Unless.....Cary took the probation deal. He could have changed his mind after the conversation in the SUV w/Bishop. It was one of the best cliffhangers I've ever seen! He might have even been recording the conversation. He did leave shortly after the prosecutor did. We really don't KNOW for certain what happened while he was walking before Bishop showed up. I just have a hard time believing Cary will do one day in prison. He'll lose his law license. It's just not acceptable to me. Something tells me there's more we don't know. Can't wait for January!

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The Vampire Diaries Round Table: Bonnie, Bears and Break-Ups

Jo looks like April Young older sister! So distracting!

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Golly, I am the first to comment again. This episode clearly had a lot of information. It also pointed as potential suspects some unmentioned drug dealers. Oscar as a killer actually seems really far fetched. He doesn't have the backbone. Although both Alison and Noah have come out to their spouses about the affair, Alison seems to still kindle a strong flame. We now know from whom the impetus for another child came. It was clearly Cole, and his status as a loving and decent man was clearly reinforced. I assume the child will be Cole's, but the previews are curiously pointing to some re-engagement between Alison and Noah. Helen would never forgive Noah if he regressed. Cole loves his wife so much, he might accept anything. Alison obviously knows that, and may betray him with impunity because of his committed feelings. Since we see how decently Cole handles Alison, it is difficult see him as a killer. In fact, his decision to sell the ranch, is just a reflection of how much he wants to insure the safety of his family.
I am still puzzled why we still see different versions of the story. The portions that overlap are clearly being told to somebody, or there would be no reason to show disparity in the accounts.
I have stated several times I believe Whitney is the young woman with whom Scotty was involved. This would bring Noah, Helen, and their pal Max as suspects. Noah and Max would have the knowledge to deflect blame onto Oscar. Cole and his family would not kill one of their own. Oscar is an idiot, and a far fetched candidate as a killer. That leaves Noah, his pal Max, Helen, or a member of her family. The unknown drug dealer is a possibility but unlikely. Betting odds are Max or Noah. A far shot would be Alison added them, but that would make her a killer of her husband's brother. I doubt that Cole would protect her in that case, but anything is possible since he loves her so much.
What this episode has laid out is the potential for Cole and Alison to have a great deal of money, and the probability that they will move to the city.
Wouldn't it be silly if Alison and Cole remained married, and Alison continues her affair with Noah once she moves to NYC. Helen would dump Noah and he would be free to see Alison. I doubt she would divorce Cole if they have another child together. Cole seems like a very good potential dad.

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Whoa! I was so not expecting the last 5 minutes, even though the whole last half of the episode was intense. I also think it was missed opportunity for them to blow up the hangar, but I guess if they had we wouldn't have the basis for the next episode. I watch Homeland online, and usually there is a preview for next week, but they didn't show one. Did they show one on TV? The beginning of the season started off shaky, but the past few episodes have renewed my love for the series, and I cannot wait for the next new episode.

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@ Amy Perrin

I found a preview for the next episode. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

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State of Affairs Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Pilot

Absolutely cannot stand Heigl, loved this show and will be tuning in again! Personally, I think Aaron and Fatah were in this together, and that is what she's surpressing. Cannot wait to find out.

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The Good Wife Season 6 Episode 10 Review: The Trial

As a red blooded American Male and a fan of the show, I am so disappointed in Cary! Mr. Bishop offered to help him flee the country and settle in Spain. What Cary should have done was to tell Mr. Bishop that he would be willing to spend the rest of his days in Spain if he (Mr. Bishop) includes Alicia in the deal. Cary and Alicia could then move to Spain, be supported forever by Mr. Bishop and live happily ever after!

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I agree that Kalinda's exit will somehow torpedo Bishop and save Cary.

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I was so wishing they had blown up that hangar, too. It was a perfect opportunity. And I guess we really can't blame Lockhart for sending all of the Marines out to the blast site, thereby leaving the Embassy with very low protection. He never dreamed the explosions were meant to provide a distraction. This is such a great series.

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@ Douglas Wolfe

I'm so glad you saw the moment at the hangar, too. They even sat on it for seconds, just to remind us what a mistake it was to let it stand. After watching, my sister the ex-FBI agent screamed at me, "There is NO WAY they would dispatch all of the marines! That's the WHOLE POINT of marines -- to protect the Embassy!" But, Lockhart is in so far over his head. Bless him for heading into the trenches, but he's a politician and totally unprepared and out of his depth. I cannot wait for next week.

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Riley threw some mad shade in the sweetest voice possible. Diabolical