Homeland 7.4 FAQ
What’s it called?
“Like Bad At Things.”
Why is it called that?
The title comes from words spoken by an employee of Dash Cash.
Teleplay is credited to Patrick Harbinson & Chip Johannessen.
What says Showtime?
“Carrie follows a lead. Saul's situation goes from bad to worse.”
Is it any good?
How does it start?
Carrie watches on her computer as David Wellington admits to President Keene that he ordered the strike on Syria without her knowledge.
What’s going on with Saul’s standoff with Brett O’Keefe?
Many unshaven men unload an ungodly number of assault rifles. “Lotta firepower,” notes a nervous-looking O’Keefe.
Does the president fire her chief of staff this week?
That would be telling.
What’s doing with Carrie’s teen niece Josie?
Josie is wholly absent this week.
Does Frannie meet Nick Brody’s other kids?
Not this week
The big news?
A 16-year-old’s dog precipitates an escalation.
What else is Showtime not telling us?
Carrie has another brush with irresponsibility.
Mandy Patinkin as Saul. “It’s the president of the United States.” “Shut up!” “But you’re still here.”
What’s not so good?
Carrie’s pharmaceutical travails grow increasingly wearying.
How does it end, spoiler boy?
“Too late. Gone. Sorry.”
9 p.m. Sunday. Showtime.