COMMANDER IN CHIEF
There will be no major spoilers in this post, but those who’ve completed the final pulse-pounding season of Homeland will recognize the significance of President Warner’s (Beau Bridges) leather Air Force One jacket he wore while declaring an end to the war in Afghanistan. Helicoptering into and out of a TV combat zone, the president’s jacket has seen a lot – and VIP Fan Auctions is now making it available to the Homeland fan who casts the winning bid. The pristine version of the jacket worn on-screen (pictured) in the episode “Chalk One Up” (click here) as well as the blood-spattered version of the jacket worn in the episode “Chalk Two Down” (click here) are both on the auction block – each featuring “Air Force One” embroidered with the presidential seal. Both also have a name patch that says “Ralph Warner Commander in Chief” (though it is detached from the clean version). Visit the Homeland auction page for additional information and photos for each – as well as a number of other props and wardrobe from the final season of the legendary Showtime series.