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Homeland successfully ramps up the intrigue in its fourth episode and expands its narrative further, even if it feels a little familiar and sheds more light on Carrie's questionable decisions.
Is there a more enjoyably unlikable protagonist on television?
Episode 4 put the redundancy right in our collective face.
It's admirable that Homeland continues to force us to question our sympathy for Carrie as she continues to use really questionable tactics.
Cunningly arranged as a collage of pithy scenes, tonight's episode of Homeland transforms the laborious setup of "Shalwar Kameez" into a precipitous cascade of new developments.
A terrorist supposedly assassinated in an airstrike turns out to be alive -- and likely plotting an attack on Americans -- in Episode 404 ("Iron in the Fire") of Showtime's espionage thriller Homeland.
We're getting into the meat of the spy game now, which is what Homeland should always concentrate on, because it does it so well.
This show's creative team has managed to right the ship by getting back to the core concept, which is this: God, Carrie is such an a**hole.
When Homeland gets into the greys of the war on terror, it's always compelling.
Problematic moments aside, "Iron in the Fire" illustrated one of the strengths of these early episodes: the scope of the story.
This hour really hit me hard.
Sooner or later, we want these characters to dictate where the story is going.
Aayan and Quinn are the two most relatable characters in Homeland Season 4, and seeing Carrie steamroll over both of them for her own ends makes her downright sinister.