Category: PARALLELS

hellyeahomeland: Homeland + “Terminal 7” ↳ “T…

hellyeahomeland:

Homeland + “Terminal 7” 
↳ “This piece of music that’s playing over this is Tomasz Stanko, who’s a Polish trumpeter. And it’s a piece called “Terminal 7.” And it really kind of… when we discovered this piece of music, we just knew we were going to use it somewhere. We didn’t know how or where we were going to do it. But it’s kind of Carrie’s theme.” –Alex Gansa

hellyeahomeland: 1.12 || 7.11, requested by @…

hellyeahomeland:

1.12 || 7.11, requested by @swiftiepatience
↳ “I need you to say yes.” 

1.12 || 7.11, requested by @swiftiepatience↳ “I need you to say…

1.12 || 7.11, requested by @swiftiepatience
↳ “I need you to say yes.” 

Homeland + “Terminal 7” ↳ “This piece of music that’s…

Homeland + “Terminal 7” 
↳ “This piece of music that’s playing over this is Tomasz Stanko, who’s a Polish trumpeter. And it’s a piece called “Terminal 7.” And it really kind of… when we discovered this piece of music, we just knew we were going to use it somewhere. We didn’t know how or where we were going to do it. But it’s kind of Carrie’s theme.” –Alex Gansa

hellyeahomeland: 4.09 || 7.12, requested by a…

hellyeahomeland:

4.09 || 7.12, requested by anonymous 
“I’m not leaving with you.” // “Then we both die here.”

4.09 || 7.12, requested by anonymous “I’m not leaving with you.”…

4.09 || 7.12, requested by anonymous 
“I’m not leaving with you.” // “Then we both die here.”

hellyeahomeland: 2.01 || 7.12 ↳ “There’s a lo…

hellyeahomeland:

2.01 || 7.12 
↳ “There’s a long gap between writing, ‘Carrie smiles’ on the page and whatever it is that [Claire] Danes does, which suggests both the many ways in which Carrie’s brain is prone to breaking, as well as why she had never been able to avoid this life for too long. She likes it too much, and on some level, deep down, that’s destroying her. She’s conscious of that fact now, but she’s also unable to resist the pull of her old life as a spy. No matter how long she’s been away from it, it’s always with her. No matter how much she struggles to become “Kate Morrissey,” she’ll always know exactly what she’s doing when she’s out in the field. Having something become second nature can be a curse as well as a blessing.” –Todd VanDerWerff

2.01 || 7.12 ↳ “There’s a long gap between writing, ‘Carrie…

2.01 || 7.12 
↳ “There’s a long gap between writing, ‘Carrie smiles’ on the page and whatever it is that [Claire] Danes does, which suggests both the many ways in which Carrie’s brain is prone to breaking, as well as why she had never been able to avoid this life for too long. She likes it too much, and on some level, deep down, that’s destroying her. She’s conscious of that fact now, but she’s also unable to resist the pull of her old life as a spy. No matter how long she’s been away from it, it’s always with her. No matter how much she struggles to become “Kate Morrissey,” she’ll always know exactly what she’s doing when she’s out in the field. Having something become second nature can be a curse as well as a blessing.” –Todd VanDerWerff

hellyeahomeland: “I can’t raise a kid if I’m …

hellyeahomeland:

“I can’t raise a kid if I’m at the bottom of a black hole with no walls.”

“I can’t raise a kid if I’m at the bottom of a black hole with…

“I can’t raise a kid if I’m at the bottom of a black hole with no walls.”