Homeland Season 2 episode 8 “I’ll Fly Away” Recap 11/18/12

Homeland Season 2 episode 8 “I’ll Fly Away” Recap 11/18/12HOMELAND returns to Showtime tonight with a whole new episode. On tonight’s episode called “I’ll Fly Away” He lies for Carrie. He lies for Roya. And he’s still lying to Jessica. Brody heads towards a serious meltdown as he struggles to keep his complicated alliances clear. Did you watch last week’s show? We have a sneak peek it here for you!

On last week’s show the CIA was still waiting on information about the impending attack on US soil and Brody and Mathison were headed back to infidelity bliss which inevitably fell apart and led to a crying Claire Danes, which is what the people really want. In the aftermath of the ambush, Carrie and the team scrambled to gain control of the operation, while Brody attended a well-heeled fund-raiser at a Virginia horse farm. Elsewhere, Saul dropped in on Aileen, who was in solitary confinement, hoping she could shed some light on the latest attack; and a conflicted Dana leaned on Finn to fess up to their crime.

On tonight’s show fans can expect the further mental breakdown of double agent Brody. The pressure is building for the disgraced soldier and playing both sides takes it’s toll as he slips his surveillance team with Mathison’s assistance. With fellow terrorist Roya Hamma, the CIA, his family, and his political ties pulling him in every direction Brody is hurtling towards what will surely be a climactic and satisfying end.

Tonight’s episode is going to be another action packed one, which you won’t want to miss. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of Showtimes’ Homeland Season 2 Episode 8 — tonight at 10PM EST!


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