When we recently got a call from Homeland co-creator Michael Schur (the co-writer of the season five finale), he was already thinking about the finale.
He wanted us to know that it was coming, and that he wanted to do it in a way that felt familiar and familiar yet fresh.
I don’t know about you, but the last couple seasons of Homeland have been my favorite yet.
I’ve been a fan of Homeland for years, and I’ve always felt like I’ve missed out on something.
I know that some people would think that Homeland was on the brink of becoming a TV show and that it’s a real possibility.
Homeland has been a TV series since season three.
This year, Homeland finally got its due and its first big season was fantastic.
But even more importantly, it got its big payoff.
That is a pretty big deal for a show that has been the longest-running on television.
I love that I finally get to experience a Homeland finale.
It feels like a perfect ending.
When I first heard about Homeland season five, I was kind of blown away.
I didn’t know that season five would be this big, but it was a surprise.
There was a time in the future when Homeland was going to be the big show on TV, and there were rumors of a big show coming up in the fall.
We had talked about having a new season of Homeland, but I was not sure it would be a big one, and not because I was nervous about the next season.
I had never been a huge fan of the show before, but then I started watching it on Hulu.
But the thing is, it was really good.
I really liked the writing and I liked the characters.
I liked that this was a show about the aftermath of a world-changing event and the aftermath is that people are very different.
So it was exciting to hear that season was going forward.
I knew it was going into the finale, but until then I just assumed that it would end in a different way than the first season.
It ended up not changing that much, and so I was really excited.
And then, when I got the email, it wasn’t long before I knew that the finale was going in a completely different direction.
In the final moments of season five’s finale, a young couple with young children were killed in a car accident, and the show’s main character, Philip (Tom Hiddleston), and the young wife, Carrie (Jana Taylor), had to come to grips with their loss.
They had to make tough choices about whether or not they wanted to continue living together, and ultimately, it came down to whether or it was better to give up their children.
At the end of the episode, Carrie asked, “Is it really safe to keep living?”
In response, she replied, “No, it’s not safe.”
The two women were separated, and in the midst of that emotional scene, I saw Carrie take a moment to look at Philip and I, and her eyes widened in understanding.
“That was the most beautiful moment I’ve ever seen you take,” Carrie said.
“That was your reaction.”
I immediately knew that this season was different.
Carrie’s reaction to the tragic events of season four was so different.
She had seen the world and she knew that there were some things that had changed for everyone in the world.
Now, she had to choose between keeping her children and moving on.
Carrie said, “I’m sorry, I’m afraid I’m not doing it right.”
“Yes, I know,” Philip responded, and Carrie then said, “…but that’s just the way it is.”
She didn’t say, “Well, maybe that’s what we should have done.”
But I was watching the final scene in a movie theater when I saw the words, “You’re not safe anymore.”
When we last saw Carrie, she was in the middle of a breakup with her husband, and she was trying to talk him out of it.
She had been struggling with the decision for a while.
Her response to that final moment was perfect.
She looked at her husband and said, “You know, I love you, Philip.
But I know what I’ve done, and it’s made me sick.
I’m going to try to move on with this life and my family.
And I know you won’t be there for me.”
In that moment, I knew she was telling him that she was going through something.
It was a very honest and honest moment, and then, at the end, she just said, “I love you and you’re my hero.”
And that was it.
I could tell right away that this would