(Warning: Episode 4 spoilers ahead!)
A few minutes into the pivotal scene in Sunday's
I don't claim any powers of clairvoyance or any special skills at dramaturgy. But I am a fan of "The Spy Who Came in From the Cold," the 1963 novel that made John le Carré a household name. And this narrative twist comes right out of that book.
The "Homeland" writers leave murky exactly when in the chronology of Carrie's collapse and hospitalization she and her boss, Saul Berenson, cook up their plot to snare the Iranians. "Homeland's" showrunner, Alex Gansa, told Entertainment Weekly that the plot was hatched immediately after the