transcript of my comments on Rebecca Nicholson’s Guardian Homeland Blog:Episode 8:Spoilers:Do not read unless you have seen this episode

  • 13 April 2012 11:56PM

    cheers, yes, it is possible although my first theory, like yours i believe is that Brody is a goodie but a double agent, in deep undercover, so deep that’s how he met the shark…(see The Shark’s Lament)

    by the way:isn’t there a point at which you, well i do, start to wonder if this is correctly termed terrorism? isn’t all this possible long term sleeper stuff with Brody or even the fairly lame lounging around on rooftops with improbable rifles with Walker (i missed that) a bit old school Cold war? wouldn’t the possibility of sniper strikes at Airforce Ones’ Helicopter have already been taken into account? it’s all a bit Maxwell Smart meets The Prisoner meets The Avengers isn’t it?!

    poor Mike, what did he do to deserve such an imaginary fate? he’s a good guy surely, treats his car like a maiden aunt:listen to it’s purr! (surely it’s fed on petrol equal to elixir from the Gods or Greek honey gathered from a mountaintop) n.b. yes i did write those lines about it sounding like a lion gargling in butter..Plus he’s been there for the kids and the ER visit, yes he did break the guys’ code, but hey, they thought Brody was dead!

    Yes i am definitely empathising with Walker, like i did with Aileen, this must be because we are meant to? Or maybe i just felt for her having to endure 30 hours of teen wolf look alike valium man Saul’s nasally challenged whining on about his love life and childhood..droning on and on and on, like Ariston.. Gee, they didn’t need to torture her:that was it! i kept fully expecting her to throw herself out of the car..

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