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Season 2, Episode 22 – It was a satisfying and tidy conclusion after a shaky first half of the season, that could have served well as a series finale for Quantico . It has been renewed for Season 3.
Season 2, Episode 21 – It was a fast paced and plenty fun first half of this week’s Quantico but a quieter and slow second half. Still it ended on an exciting development that sets up the season finale next week well.
Season 2, Episode 20 – The enemy gains the upper hand on Quantico this week as all our heroes make moral compromises for the greater good, seemingly to no avail.
Season 2, Episode 19 – Quantico pauses its recent string of episodes mirroring real world events to give us a pretty straightforward Mission of the Week. It’s a little flat, but has some surprises.
Season 2, Episode 18 – A solid episode of Quantico this week complete with two surprising character returns and good set-up for the final few episodes of the season.
Season 2, Episode 17 – Quantico gets political, with the team tasked with striking down an impending Muslim Registry vote in congress. A different take for this show, but it works!
Season 2, Episode 16 – Quantico brings an hour of TV this week that fires on all cylinders, mixing emotional character-driven moments with classic suspenseful action.
Season 2, Episode 15 – This episode of Quantico capitalized on some recent buzzwords in the media, provided a solid hour of television, and laid groundwork for some very interesting plot developments.
Season 2, Episode 14 – A solid return for Quantico as the story picks up in a single timeline but sets up continued twists and turns for the second half of season two.
Season 2, Episode 13 – It’s a mid-season reset for Quantico with storylines being resolved and revelations finally revealed, and it may be just what the show needed.
Season 2, Episode 12 – The latest episode of Quantico proves the series is requiring increasing amounts of mental effort to follow, for very little pay-off.
Season 2, Episode 11 – Doesn’t the CIA stand for Central INTELLIGENCE Agency? This episode of Quantico sees many characters acting quite foolishly, making for one of the weakest episodes of the season.
Season 2, Episode 10 – This episode of Quantico brought us a night of turns, some intriguing, some less so. At times character took a back seat to moving the plot forward, lowering the stakes for much of the episode.
Season 2, Episode 9 – Quantico returns from its mid-season hiatus with the Farm trainees’ sexiest lesson yet, and some egregiously ignorant law enforcing! But despite it all, the promise of twists may keep you watching.
Season 2, Episode 8 – The winter season of Quantico has us reeling with more questions than answers. While we finally get a clear look at who among the old CIA recruits are actually terrorists, we don’t get a clearer idea of what they’re after.
Season 2, Episode 7 – This week on Quantico, things heat up at The Farm with a lesson about interrogation techniques and the beginnings of chemistry between Alex and Owen. In the present day, Alex is caught by the terrorists and interrogated herself. This episode was a little more grounded, but as usual, we are left with more questions than answers.
Season 2, Episode 6 – In one of the first scenes of this week’s episode of Quantico, Alex dreams about Simon killing himself to save everyone in season one, reminding us all of how emotionally impactful and compelling the show used to be.
Season 2, Episode 5 – With another solid episode this week, Quantico is starting to pick back up. The Farm lesson involves a dead body, so we’re talking intrigue, and the present day introduces someone on the inside helping Alex. However, the show still can’t seem to fix some of its most glaring issues.
Season 2, Episode 4 – This week’s episode of Quantico has been the strongest of this season so far. The terrorist plot moves forward; the daily Farm lesson is intriguing, and we finally get to glimpse deeper into the CIA recruits’ psyches. Plus, we get a definitive character reveal that will change the course of the season.
Season 2, Episode 3 – This episode of Quantico leans into the show’s procedural elements by spotlighting a heavy backstory on the CIA trainees in another exercise gone awry. Meanwhile, the present-day terrorist plot continues to go nowhere fast with plenty of things to be suspicious, but not really care, about. At least we get to see Alex in full form again.
Season 2, Episode 1 – The terrorist plot deepens on Quantico. “Lipstick” finds a slower pace, focusing on the CIA and its untrustworthy recruits, ending on a huge cliffhanger to tie viewers over for the next two weeks.
The season two premiere of Quantico finds Alex Parrish at the center of several bombings in New York City. She’s the only one that can save a wider terrorist plot from unfolding, and her training at the CIA will be imperative to uncovering the conspiracy. Sound familiar? Maybe following its freshman season formula won’t prove to be such a bad thing.
Shelby attempts to entrap her mother State-side, as the recruits learn more about their past; in the present, the Voice’s identity is revealed, and Alex must figure out how to stop the bomb.
Alex and Shelby locate Drew, and hatch a plan to infiltrate the FBI to incriminate Ryan as the terrorist. At Quantico, a fire at the local Post Office provides a chance for the trainees to get into the field.
Alex comes face-to-face with Shelby at FBI HQ, as Parrish has to deduce whether the devious Southern Belle is with her or against. At Quantico, Drew tries to ignore a severe medical condition, endangering all around him.
Alex seeks out a harrowed Caleb in the present timeline, only to find out a terrible truth. Meanwhile, the recruits undergo final screenings for the FBI.
Though Alex and Simon do their best to outsmart The Voice, there’s little room for error as they attempt to bust out a CIA asset. In the past, the recruits are tasked with crossing the Canadian border – illegally, that is.
Alex finds an unlikely ally in the fast-talking Hannah, and the couple band together to protect Senator Haas from a terrorist plot. Back at Quantico, the recruits face a daunting, perhaps impossible, exercise.
Quantico has officially been renewed for a second season. When do you give up the ghost and ask yourself why you were haunting everyone in the first place?
Here we have a show that was, by its design, a convoluted web of intrigue and lies, one that asked us to play along with its starring FBI trainees and figure out the conspiracy as it went along. And after the midseason finale, we realized just how fruitless that request would become.