Surprise! The twists in the “Homeland” season 6 finale pay

Apr 10, 2017 · So it should not come as a surprise that Sunday’s episode, the season 6 finale, contained a couple dramatic curlicues. More surprising is that the surprises were effective — the first as plot, the second as social commentary.

‘Homeland,’ Season 6, Episode 12: In the Finale, Carrie

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Apr 10, 2017 · Homeland ‘Homeland,’ Season 6, Episode 12: In the Finale, Carrie Deals With Death and Betrayal “There’s something off about her, something dogmatic and dangerous.” ‘Better Call

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Homeland said farewell to a long-standing character, as Quinn was dramatically killed off in the season six finale. Rupert Friend’s character heroically got Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) and president-elect Elizabeth Keane (Elizabeth Marvel) to safety from armed soldiers while trying to get away from people trying to assassinate Keane.

Homeland’s Season Finale, With a Twist – The New York Times

Dec 17, 2012 · Season 2 didn’t address all the unexplained mysteries or tie up all the inconsistencies, but it did leave fans in the mood for a third season. Like an overload of love, money or fine dining, more of a great show sometimes can be a little too much.

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The season finale of “Homeland” was a chilling one — and though President-elect Elizabeth Keane (Elizabeth Marvel) did make it to the White House, a beloved character made the ultimate

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Maybe that’s too severe a reading — after all, current politics are enormously partisan as well — but the twist, if you can call it that, ignores the characters in favor of plot. Or maybe I just really need a drink after watching Quinn bite the bullet.