Quantico is back from its winter break. Don’t get me wrong, it came out ages ago, I just haven’t had the time to write this post but honestly it was worth the wait. The episode begins with Alex in an interrogation room (once again) and guess who she’s being questioned by? Hannah. As in Ryan’s…
This episode did very well for a mid-season finale. Alex receives blow after blow, both figuratively and literally and in the end, discovers something that will shake her whole world.
Things got a little better with episode 7 of Quantico. It was hard to watch, honestly, but I still found it somewhat entertaining. I know my previous posts haven’t exactly shed it in the best light but I’m looking forward to what it has to offer now.
The most entertaining thing about Quantico is how often everyone lies. This episode we see people lie to try to get their way out of things, lie to manipulate and even lie to protect someone.
Transparency, that’s a good word to use when you’re trying to have an honest conversation or at least give the illusion of one. That was what this episode was entered on. Illusions.
This episode of Quantico was about as sub par as they come. It didn’t do much for development of the plot for me and considering that we are four episodes in, it’s weird how I still don’t really know whats going on.
After a brief hiatus Quantico returns to our screens. This episode didn’t bring us any closer to knowing what was really going on in the G20 but it did give us a little more information about the characters.