Homeland

Season 3 Episode 3

Tower of David

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 13, 2013 on Showtime
7.0
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  • Detestable

    1.0
    When you think this show can't sink any lower, it somehow does just that. The fifty four minutes of this episode should have been five minutes to make it bearable. We get it, Brody is detained by mysterious bad guys and Carrie is still committed. It really doesn't take one hour to get that.

    Kudos also on reaching new levels of stupid writing with the creepy doctor, the pointless and tacky heroin subplot and the whole "I'm going to ask for diplomatic immunity in a mosk because I'm dumb like that".

    Lastly, raising the bodycount week after week and turning Homeland into a superbloody and superviolent show won't make up for the lack of plot.moreless
  • Jumped the Shark?

    3.0
    I've never found myself once wondering how long an episode of Homeland has left but this one? It was like time stood still for days. There was no clear storyline progression nor did the episode make me feel like I can't wait for the next episode. I'm hoping this was a stain in an otherwise good series of Homeland - if not, then this is the point the series jumped for sure.moreless
  • still perfect

    8.0
    very good episode
  • shocked to hear all the negative reactions to this episode

    10
    I thought the season started pretty slowly but this episode totally changed everything.

    It was so well acted and written and I wouldn't be surprised if it will be up for an Emmy next year.

    Excellent job from the homeland team.
  • Kind of boring.

    6.0
    Hopefully, we will se more action in the next episode. The mexican chick is pretty hot though. :D

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