She's a good actress. The part where she stood up for muslims in the class was her best moment. Showed signs of confidence etc, then after the car crash incident she became a total trainwreck. It's just poor writing. I didn't get the point of that storyline at all.
like i get that love can happen with anyone, but brody just F*&$% carrie last season literally and figuratively without a care and she still wants him. It's just not believable with a main character....
carrie went from this strong woman with amazing intuition and confident personality to this weepy, needy, crazy, unbelievably stupid character in the span of 4-5 episodes. ugh
Carrie has always been mentally unstable. It's perfectly believable that she would go from appearing strong to weak at the drop of a hat - even when she appeared strong in season 1, she was still completely on edge. Whether or not her Brody stuff is believable is certainly debatable, though I think Quinn said it best: You haven't made a bad move in your romantic life?
Carrie with brown hair and the contacts freaked me out.
The whole Dana storyline really pissed me off, it was so freaking irrelevant.
Who on Earth survives such a shooting as Quinn did? Like seriously? And there was another survivor like for real?
The moment Carrie got into the car I was expecting Abu-Nazir to snatch her right there; well, it took him a little longer than expected.
Kinda watched the whole season in 2 days and O.M.G, truly a masterpiece. The Emmys' and GG for the show & Claire are reserved, this time maybe they will even give a GG to Lewis as well.
Didn't realise till now that the actor playing Mike is Shane Owens.
In other news Claire Danes gave birth to her son a week or so ago so congratz.
I was wondering is Brody a democrat or a republican? Oh, and how on Earth haven't we not been introduced to the actual President(not that I remember at least)? Moreover, how would a President not attend the funeral/memorial of the Vice President? Now that's unrealistic.
He served in the armed forces and was the right hand man of a "war mongering" presidential candidate. While neither of those things necessarily mean he couldn't be a democrat, I always assumed he was a republican.
As for the funeral - as I understood, it was a CIA memorial, not a private funeral. In that case, it makes sense in the universe that the show exists in that the president wouldn't go. The key here is: The universe that the show exists in.
Not sure why we're looking for this show to be realistic anyway - the show is absurd if you try to break it down like that.