Review by TelevisionFanboy

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February 19, 2017
The recruits learn how to handle the situation if they are ever exposed; a death leads to an FBI investigation at the Farm; Alex uncovers the true traitor within the CIA.
February 19, 2017
The recruits learn how to handle the situation if they are ever exposed; a death leads to an FBI investigation at the Farm; Alex uncovers the true traitor within the CIA.
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by TelevisionFanboyContributor
Feb 21, 2017 11:49AM EST
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Finally this terribly confusing chapter of Quantico is over. This show is filled with so much self referencing for the past/present plot device it uses that it is literally impossible to keep up with all the foreshadowing. It takes seven episodes from when they start talking about character X being in jail for him to get taken there. It takes seven episodes of referencing character y's marriage in the present for character y to get married. How are people supposed to keep track of that? These episodes are literally months apart from when they start hinting at a plot point! I'm a smart person, I binge watch this show in four or five episode increments, and I was still confused 25% of the time. Nobody who just got done watching the Bachelor wants to think this hard! And the worst part is I love where the characters are at now that the hostage crisis is over, but that won't stop this show from losing viewers. Quantico is a good show, but the sheer number of twists and plot devices are staggering. People were confused last season because of their (very obvious) time skips. Now they made those crystal clear but added in twenty times more convoluted mystery. Rant over.

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