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Exclusive Video: Raising Hope Spoofs Homeland!

Raising Hope is following in Saturday Night Live‘s footsteps and poking a little fun at Homeland.

In the second of two back-to-back episodes of the Fox comedy airing tonight (starting at 8/7c), Sabrina — attempting to get to the bottom of new hubby Jimmy’s mysterious sleepwalking patterns — channels Claire Danes’ unhinged super-spy Carrie Mathison.

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Press PLAY below for an exclusive sneak peek at the hilarious Homeland homage and then hit the comments with your insta-critiques.

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8 Comments
  1. Britta Unfiltered says:

    That was a lot funnier than the SNL spoof. She did a better Carrie than Anne Hathaway, who played her like she wasn’t just mentally ill, she was also mentally disabled. I laughed out loud at the Californication line.

    • dude says:

      I’m sorry but Anne had her down pat. If you closed your eyes and listened to her saying “No! No! No!” you’d think it was Claire Danes.

  2. kyle says:

    I cannot wait.

  3. cjeffery7 says:

    spot on sabrina (i almost called her miss spellman… weird call back)

  4. Midori says:

    I loved the last line.

  5. “You were a lot more fun when your favorite show was Californication.”

  6. MalTru says:

    Not as good as Suburgatory’s multiple Homeland homages.

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