‘The OA’: Let’s Talk About Homer’s NDE and What It Means for The Mythology

Be aware there are spoilers for Season 1 and Season 2 of The OA. Poor, sweet Homer (Emory Cohen) just can’t catch a break. No matter what dimension The OA travels to, it seems like everyone’s favorite puppy-dog-eyed angel boi just keeps getting screwed over. In Part I, Homer was Hap’s captive, trapped in a glass cell for years and used as a pawn to manipulate his fellow cellmates. In Part II, The OA takes its characters to another dimension, but unlike the rest, Homer’s consciousness doesn’t travel with him, introducing us to …

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