anonymous asked:

Tell me RF/Quinn is not going to stay at psych hospital for the rest of the season! I want to see Quinn quinning, whatever way it is and interacting with the others (Carrie, Saul, Dar), but not locked in a room, he's suffered a lot, he'll get worse in that place.

Relax, Anon, this is not going to happen. Clearly Quinn is a big part of the season. From just a handful of spoilers, we know he’s hanging out with strippers & doing drugs; getting sandwiches at the deli with Max; breaking into apartments and trailing people in cars; living in Carrie’s basement and looking out for Franny; taking hostages and shooting hooligans; getting arrested and going into the psych ward. This is some exciting shit! (Much more exciting than Carrie who’s like meeting with lawyers and picking up Franny from school 😴) Why would they suddenly decide, “Well, that’s enough excitement for Quinn. Let’s lock him up in the psych ward for the rest of the season!” Not gonna happen! 

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anonymous asked:

Re the new possible SPOILER ab Q in psych hospital, are we getting a reversal of the scene where Q is visiting C in S3? Love paralells and reversals, HL is good at this stuff.

We sure as hell hope so! This is classic Homeland trash! We’re loving the idea of getting a Quinn psychotic break in lieu of Carrie’s. I can just taste all the delicious parallel gifsets we’re going to get: “You came to see me in the hospital when I was not in a good place”; “Come on, you know my shit” “You know mine.” Hats off to Gansa, the Ultimate Trash Master!

This season feels almost too good to be true 😍


HOMELAND | CARRIE & QUINN | Homeland has paid a lot of attention to the way these two characters are growing, whatever dynamic Quinn and Carrie have and are developing is pretty different from what she had with Brody. […] they certainly know each other by now, way more than Brody and Carrie ever did. [x]


Director Michael Cuesta had originally considered actor Rupert Friend when casting the lead role of Sherlock Holmes for the pilot for CBS’s Elementary in the spring of 2012. “He would have been an edgier, darker Sherlock,” Cuesta recalls. The director was taken with the actor and told the casting director, “Sorry, but I’m gonna have to cast this guy in Homeland,” which would film just a few months later.