I was VERY surprised that he was left alone in his office too.... regardless of Brody's position...
I thought of that as well... but why would Saul rent out HIS house? I don't know... his behavior is quite odd sometimes. Why do I keep thinking back on Saul's office. (In the first season). It was messed up... and he fixed it. Now.. he could be a neat freak? But..I think there was more to that.
You know Debb... you can't read too much into anything in this show. Its just that good! I have watched the last episode 4 times and I'm still shocked over the ending....
"If only the circumstances had been wildly different..."
I forgot to mention in one of my above comments.... I really thought the camera angel was great when Dana and Finn were in the Washington Monument... as they looked out the window... seeing their reflection through the glass. I just thought it was great camera work.
Ok... I'm easily impressed...
I remember scenes in Saul's office where they showed his rug... not just once but twice!!! It was in season 1. The first time he was shown straightening it and the second he was lying down on it talking on the phone. Why??? I'm waiting for it to come back into play!!! LOL.
Yeah the camera work WAS great "inside the Washington Monument". I liked that scene in general but the window reflection was cool :)
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Ahhhh... thats another time... when Saul was laying on the rug. I forgot about that one. The writers of Homeland DEFINITELY throw out the bait and keep us waiting.
I really liked the scene inside the Washington Monument as well. I like the "connection" between Dana and Finn. Because they are both experiencing the same thing. Though... it will be interesting now that Brody got arrested to see IF Dana and Finn will keep up their friendship???
Since Brody didn't end up using the bomb that was strapped on... how will that come into play? What will be believed? What will Brody say? As the tape didn't show him wearing the bomb?
I had the same thought about how cool the reflection of Dana was in the window.
And I a thought occurred to me when the vice-president's son was about to kiss her and she said, no, I have a boyfriend. It would be the right thing to break it off with him, BEFORE we go into kissing. OMG. What a mature and thoughtful thing for a teen to say. As an adult, I have not used such good judgment. Do teens really think that way?
Ref. Saul. I read something that MAY be a spoiler. I don't know if it's true, but, don't read unless you don't mind a spoiler, because it could be true.
.Click to see Spoiler:I read that Estes turns on Saul and that Saul is threatened. Not sure of the details, but it is brought up that Saul failed some of the questions on the POLYGRAPH exam he took last season. Remember how the examiner gave him a break and commented that Saul has a history of screwing up on the polygraph
JUST ANOTHER THING that I forgot that will show up at a later time..... I wonder how Carrie will handle that?
Yes, some teens are that mature. Some have a very well developed moral compass... even at that age. I'm not saying they all do, but some of my daughter's friends... well... you can just tell they have it together and have a strong sense of right vs. wrong and "the right thing to do". I like Finn and Dana. Just because they've nabbed Brody, I'm not sure it will mean anything in the short term since I don't know how many people outside of the inner circle of "the operation" will even know right away. I'm interested in which way this goes - can Brody talk his way out of it? As much as I've disliked him, he's done some rather nice verbal quick stepping when he's had to.