Is Brody About To Meet His Destiny or His Demise?
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Homeland - Episode 2.10 - Broken Hearts - Synopsis
Saul catches up with an old friend and discovers evidence of covert
activities by Estes. Brody and Vice President Walden find themselves at
odds over the future of their political relationship, while Dana and
Finn come to terms with their own differences.
Season 2, Episode 9 of Showtime's "Homeland," "Two Hats." Recap:
The episode opens with Estes, Quinn, Saul and Carrie puzzling over the disappearance of Brody. Finally, Carrie has to be the one to say it: "He's dead. If not physically dead, then operationally dead." If he's alive, then Estes' plan to roll up Roya will surely kill him.
Homeland's episode 209, "Two Hats," which was on par with the best episodes of a spectacular season 2, kept both the characters and the audience on their toes as they piled on the intrigue.
Among the most "intriguing," happenings were Estes (David Harewood), Quinn (Rupert Friend), Saul (Mandy Patinkin) and Carrie (Claire Danes) trying to figure out what Abu Nazir (Navid Negahban) has planned, and whether or not they can trust Brody to help thwart those plans.
Even if Brody is telling the truth, there's the possibility that Nazir is using him to throw the CIA off his trail. Then you've got Carrie, Saul, Virgil and Max trying to figure out who "John X slash Peter Quinn" is working for and what is 'the plan,' exactly?
Meanwhile, Jessica lost no time in hooking up with serious good guy "Mike Faber" (played by native Nova Scotian, Diego Klattenhoff) in the guest room of the CIA safe house.
Cut to Brody, who is, Surprise! alive. A clean-shaven Nazir bids farewell to Brody saying he trusts in him because Allah trusts in him. As soon as Nazir speeds away in his car, Brody runs to a restaurant to ask for a payphone and, when that fails, a cell phone. He calls Carrie and tells her to move his family somewhere safe, then wait for another call in an hour. Carrie, who has a vested interest in seeing Jessica resume her affair with Uncle Mike, sends him to scoop up the family and spirit them away to a luxe condo safehouse where they are free to pursue their passions: Dana emanating gloom from every pore, Chris gazing like a simpleton at all the flat-screen TV's, Jessica asking unanswerable questions about Brody's mission, Uncle Mike cooking yet another breakfast...just like the family they would've been if Brody hadn't returned--which daughter Dana is now lamenting. Brody calls again and says to Carrie, "Remember where we first met, and I don't mean your office?" She replies,"In the rain?" Carrie goes where things got started between the two of them outside the veterans support group and jumps in the passenger seat.
"I thought I was dead, Carrie," he says. She knows just how close he was. She has to haul him in before Estes and the gang. Brody's recounting of his missing 12 hours is not 100% convincing. Whether he is still badly shaken and is eager to please or if the fact that he omits having prayed just hours before with Nazir, I really cannot tell. His story seems to be corroborated by dramatic reenactments. Does that mean he's telling the truth? Or could they be dramatizations of his lies? And how are we to interpret the scene of him praying with Nazir, which he declines to mention for obvious reasons. Brody says Nazir has decided to "die taking the fight to the enemy." His plan is to blow up 300 returning Special Forces soldiers at a homecoming ceremony with Walden and Brody. Brody's mission is to get Walden to let Roya cover the event with her camera van full of explosives. Carrie thinks Brody's telling the truth. The plan, she says, is "quintessential Nazir." Everyone else is more skeptical. The best part comes when Saul is watching on a closed-circuit TV as Brody pulls some 'confesses' to Carrie about how he 'only cares what (she) thinks'.
Quinn creeps up to more closely listen to the interaction on the screen, and Saul says, "Think you're the only one who understands that this fucker needs watching like a hawk?" Indeed.
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HOMELAND NEWS: 'Homeland' Damian Lewis: 'I get lost in Brody's accent'
Damian Lewis has joked that he has trouble dropping the American accent he uses in Homeland. The British actor joked to GQ that playing American soldier-turned-traitor Nicholas Brody on the Showtime series has odd effects on his real-life speech pattern.
"At this point, I don't know what accent will come out when I order coffee in the morning," Lewis joked. He went on to quip that the brooding he does while playing the conflicted Brody often makes him appear more intense than in reality. "I know it looks like I'm thinking deep thoughts on the show, but I'm probably just trying to remember my next line," he teased. Lewis added: "[Brody is] a lot of fun to play because he behaves badly in extremis." The actor recently signed a new five-year deal to play Brody for seven seasons total on Homeland.
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