Sure we learned whodunit last week, but did he get any help -- besides all the agents who were forced to do his bidding? This week the final secrets will be revealed, plus the final locker room scenes, as we say good-bye to all that and Quantico graduates another class.
Looks like we'll finally find out whodunit in this penultimate Quantico episode, but will the answer satisfy or will it be even more of a drag than The Good Wife finale?
Quantico may be coming to it's seasonal end, but are we any closer to it making sense? This week Alex beats up Ryan, Simon is still missing, we see someone we haven't seen in the present timeline before, and things remain more confusing than ever.
In the present, Shelby visits the FBI. Caleb shows us how easy it is to go cold turkey. Ryan hears from his ex's mom. In the past Shelby gets a job offer from Clayton -- the world's skeeviest dad, and Alex decides to be a rat fink because it's the right thing to do.
Soon the 18th episode of Quantico brings us no closer to solving the mystery than any other episode, probably because the writers are making it up as they go along. Alex finally tracks down Caleb and tries to enlist him in her cause. Shelby, Will, and Simon are still missing...
Alex and Simon must complete one final task for the Voice of Doom, which brings them face to face with an old classmate or two. In the past, Caleb helps Shelby reconnect with her parents, and the twins are forced to prove themselves to Liam.
With only two more episodes left it's time we finally get the answers to some important questions like: Why did Hannah leave Ryan? Where was Raina on New Year's Eve? Caleb good or evil? And what's up with Will's sock drawer?
Shelby gets some shocking news, and we finally understand why past and present Shelby have completely different personalities. Miranda really doesn't like her son's new friends. Hannah joins Team Alex.
In the aftermath of Vasquez' untimely death, Alex goes to visit the one person she's sure she can trust, and he tries to shoot her. But they're still besties because in a show where you're pretty sure your twin is a terrorist, anything goes.
It's time to say good-bye to a character none of us really knew, or cared about, so we can make way for more new NATS with backstories that should have kept them out of the FBI.
Welcome back to Quantico -- back to constant time shifts to keep us from noticing that for every two minutes of action there's fifty minutes of nothing, but who cares when everyone is so pretty and there's always a locker room and/or wrestling scene?
Alex has four hours left before she's sent away to prison forever unless she personally stops the second bomb. Simon has his hand on the bomb's trigger, but does that make him guilty? Also a locker room scene with lovely ladies! Stay tuned.
Alex gets the band back together, but trust is broken. Simon drops a bombshell, and we finally find out what he and Orin were planning.
This week on Quantico, our past and future storylines share a common thread: Your most dangerous opponent may be wearing a badge.
It all gets complicated between Simon and the twins. Miranda takes Charley to work, but it doesn't go as planned. Alex learns a new skill from Booth.
It's midterm time at Quantico! Meanwhile, in the future, Team Alex finds the twins, someone takes a bullet, and it looks like the team may be down a couple of members, but are they any closer to solving the mystery?
So many mommy and daddy and twin sister issues. Is there anything worse than family? You know, besides terrorism.
Simon's deep, dark secret is reveal, or at least one of them, and yes it's the one you already guessed from episode 1. Meanwhile, Alex takes a trip into the deep, dark web.
In this week's Quantico recap, Shelby and Alex can't stop pulling each other's pigtails in the past and future. Simon is working both sides, frowny face emoticon. And the FBI is full of idiots.
It's time to dive into this week's Quantico recap, where Alex takes a swim in both the past and future, so enjoy all the sexy FBI recruits stripping down in the locker room. She also discovers the truth about her dad and cuts her finger. Guess which turns out to be more important?