As “Homeland” comes to an end, we revisit our trip to the set, where Patinkin shared some thoughts on his role as a CIA spy chief: “there’s a lot of Saul I like to take with me in my life.”

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  1. the Pakistan threat to the US & British homeland is real & the petting zoo of terrorists they are supporting poses a threat to the world, except China & Turkey, who are backing them.

  2. Love this series jus sad comes with the end congratulations to d casts, crews, producers n director n everyone who behind d scene 😍

  3. The odds of surviving being put on a ventilator for Corona virus treatment are about 11% by my estimates. The odds of dying from Corona virus are about what? One in? What? What are the odds of an American keeping their home, keeping their car, keeping their insurance health and otherwise when they have lost their job their source of income? What are the rates of suicide among those likely to face that outcome?

  4. 60 minutes tells lies and many trust them. Which in turn destroys families when the truth is seen. I tell all the liars in my family to suicide out and yell 60 minutes when they do it. That will be on their headstones, Died by 60 minute lies.


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