I must’ve watched it a hundred times when I was trying to find you. Over, over, and over again. Looking for some clue. There. It was those tiles. Those are what… what led me to you. You flatlined in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Completely. For three whole… minutes, you were dead.
“I was trying to figure out a way that she was seeing some big thing that we couldn’t see. There is some sort of a logic or sense to it, even though it’s grandiose. Her little details seem crazy, but after she has charted out everything physically that was in her mind, then we can actually see why it makes sense to her.” –Meredith Stiehm
me, watching peter play with frannie:
aaaaw, look at that. maybe this is the episode they get back together - carrie can come back and frannie's school is still closed, so they all go to the zoo instead and frannie will get a big balloon and carrie will slip her hand in peter's as they -
1. Looking at the fact that the most beautiful thing of the whole show is Quinn’s letter, which was written spontaneously by a supporting actor… well this says everything to me.
2. If they hated the lovestory SO BADLY, why did they even start to write it?? Nobody forced them… but letting all endings loose without ANY conclusion is just awful.
It’s really devastating for us fans to hope for YEARS and then we get such an ending? Very disrespectful.
3. Let’s face it… Homeland is after all just TV! We loved this show for it’s drama, thrill and tragedy, but the writers failed again. TV shows serve one main purpose which is ENTERTAINMENT! Do you feel entertained by it now? No? Me neither. I only grief and mourn about it and feel utterly betrayed. The ending of this season was a big F**k you for loyal fans.
4.Real life is tough sometimes (trust me, I know what I am talking about), that’s why we enjoy fiction right? We even enjoy fictional drama, but in contrast to real life there can be a payoff, a rewarding ending, a relief or even a precious message delivered. The finale left us here without nothing, really nothing… which shows the lack of quality of how the story and character build turned out now.
5. Hurt/Comfort is an extremely popular genre in the whole Fanfiction world in many fandoms. They are favoured for a reason: putting heroes through a lot of “Hurt” (physical pain, torture, difficult situations etc.) makes characters more human, they get easier to identify with. However, after all this pain, there will be REWARD for the hero and the reader/viewer in form of “Comfort”. That gives the character a Chance for growth and redemption. And of course it can be crucial for building a relationship between characters.
In Homeland there is only Hurt/Hurt left. Season 6 was a pointless torture porn for Quinn. The end was awful, no reward, just nothing.
Also all the other main characters are hollow tortured souls. I can’t find empathy for one of them anymore.