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Join a live chat with 'Homeland's' Morena Baccarin on Friday

August 22, 2013|By Glenn Whipp
  • Morena Baccarin, who plays long-suffering wife Jessica Brody on "Homeland," received her first Emmy nomination this year.
Morena Baccarin, who plays long-suffering wife Jessica Brody on "Homeland,"… (Kent Smith / Showtime )

Join "Homeland" star and recently minted Emmy nominee Morena Baccarin for a live video chat on Friday at 3:30 p.m. PDT.

The last time we saw Baccarin's long-suffering wife, Jessica Brody, she was plopped on the sofa, watching her husband Nicholas' horrific confession video play out on the evening news. Now even though Jess and Brody had parted ways, we're guessing there's going to be plenty of fallout on the homefront as she -- and her children -- deal with the repercussions from the world believing that Brody is the terrorist responsible for blowing up Langley.

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Again: That's our guess. We're hoping Baccarin will offer a spoiler-friendly clue or two about the Brody clan. It seems an impossible situation, but it's not as if Jess has been dealing with a whole lot of stability since Brody came back from Afghanistan. We'd kindly ask the show's producers to give the family a break, though that wouldn't exactly be true to the spirit of "Homeland," would it?

Tune in at the appointed time and we'll try our best to sort things out. And if you have any questions of your own, post them in the comments section or tweet them to #asklatimes.

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