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Or maybe we just need to stop picking on the characters’ clothing choices because there are bigger issues. Will Dana attempt to commit suicide again? Questions we had that were answered: Perhaps the only character in the show that witnesses improvement in this episode is Dana, who finally comes into her own when she escapes from her home back to the rehabilitation center to steal away a night with her Ian Somerhalder-lookalike boyfriend. What did you think of “Homeland” season 3, episode 2? She is also dressed in a head scarf.

Will Quinn become Showtime’s first shirtless vigilante? The Dana story is starting to feel meandering and flabby. The first two seasons were like the build-up to a major car crash; so far, Season 3 feels like the equivalent of filling out insurance forms to claim money for the repairs. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. She is also dressed in a head scarf. Dad was crazy,” Dana tells her mother after the budding lovers get caught. Crazy Is The New Normal. Hmm, maybe it’s the job, after all?

Is Saul’s surprise prejudice against Fara a symptom of his stress on the job, or another dent in character to his growing list of flaws? He tells Saul that he is losing faith subfitles the CIA and that he is resigning after the current mission is over: We get a glimpse of what Future Quinn might look like when he approaches one of the banking figures who had refused to cooperate with Fara and Saul during their questioning.

Does Saul eventually turn around and get Carrie out of the hot mess that he’s put her in? Now he reduces Fara to tears.

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At first, the basement scene filled with laundry felt like a bad episode of “My So-Called Life,” until we catch a glimpse of Dana and her boyfriend Leo cuddling in the morning.

Now that the attack has taken place and many of the questions around individual characters’ motivations and integrity have been answered, things are starting to fatten out and the show is losing some of that early discipline.

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If in going after the bad guys, you become a bad guy yourself, is it really worth the pursuit, in the end? Dad was crazy,” Dana tells her mother after the budding lovers get caught.

Will Quinn become Showtime’s first shirtless vigilante? The opposite, in fact.

Perhaps the only character in the show that witnesses improvement in this episode is Dana, who finally comes wubtitles her own when she escapes from her home back to the rehabilitation center to steal away a night with her Ian Somerhalder-lookalike boyfriend. Or maybe we just need to stop picking on the characters’ clothing choices because there are bigger issues. Meanwhile, we are introduced to a new character, Fara Sherazi Nazanin Boniadia transactions officer who has been working at the CIA for eight days.

Dana Brody still looks 14 to us. We’re not going to lie: Carrie trying to convince others that she wasn’t crazy, Dana Brody saying she wasn’t crazy, and that Jessica wasn’t crazy, but Nicholas Brody? We said last week that we could expect to see more of Quinn’s struggle subtihles deal with the ethical implications of the job after he accidentally killed a child in Caracas.

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The kid speaks some truth for the first time in the episode. Share your thoughts and predictions below. Does Quinn want to leave the CIA? Next week should give us a sense of how much farther the show will wander before we can get to the meat again.

Maybe there’s a larger point to be made there about her iron dedication to her work, or how much difficulty she’s having letting go. It’s not that we don’t care about Carrie or Saul or even Dana, but more that the psychiatric treatment and teenage melodrama of Season 3 feel like a distraction from the more action-packed episodes that we hope will return within the next few weeks.

You know how they say that when you’re crazy, the more you try to convince other people you’re not crazy, the less likely they are to believe you?

Now that she’s in love 3×022 Leo, she says no. Would there be an attack on Homelahd Does Carrie redeem herself by outsmarting subtitoes CIA? The issue of “crazy” also led Peter Quinn to question Saul Berenson and lose his faith in the CIA, and left Dana so desperately praying for life in the sun-filled garage, arms outstretched on the same praying mat that her father had stowed away from his family as he grappled with his own demons.

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After visiting Carrie at the hospital, seemingly by his own volition, he decides he has had enough. Saul and Quinn stare at her open-mouthed, in one of the many scenes peppered throughout the episode where it is difficult to figure out the precise motivations behind characters’ open-mouth staring.

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David Estes was never a sympathetic character and now Saul, as acting director of the CIA, is rapidly turning into a bully, professing sympathy and concern for others even as his actions show a total lack of either. Where does this sub-plot go from here? Where does a mother go from here? The irony becomes fully apparent at the administrative hearing into her psychiatric detention that follows; her sister and father arrive to support her, but she becomes visibly upset after they attempt to convince her to start taking her medication again.

Questions we still have: The Dana story is starting to feel meandering and flabby. Follow Aaron Timms on Twitter: The hearing runs for all of 30 seconds before Carrie, convinced her family is also now trying to betray her, attempts to march out. If “Homeland” has taught us anything, however, it’s that the slow rewards are worth it.

I would never bail on you in the middle of something, but I want you to know that what’s going on here is not okay with me. Damian Lewis certainly did. The first two seasons were like the build-up to a major car crash; so far, Season 3 feels like the equivalent of filling out insurance forms to claim money for the repairs.