Quantico (2015–2018)
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One of Alex's friends needs help when they're framed for a terror attack. With a vote in the House for Muslim registry bill, the Collaborators are stirring fear to pass the registry, our ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Priyanka Chopra ... Alex Parrish
Jake McLaughlin ... Ryan Booth
Aunjanue Ellis ... Miranda Shaw
Yasmine Al Massri ... Nimah Amin / Raina Amin
Johanna Braddy ... Shelby Wyatt
Russell Tovey ... Harry Doyle
Pearl Thusi ... Dayana Mampasi
Blair Underwood ... Owen Hall
Hunter Parrish ... Clay
David Lim ... Sebastian Chen
Karolina Wydra ... Sasha Barinov
Dennis Boutsikaris ... Henry Roarke
Jon Kortajarena ... Felix Cordova
Farah Bala ... Rep. Jihane Hassane
Patrick Boll ... Rep. Sam Abelard


One of Alex's friends needs help when they're framed for a terror attack. With a vote in the House for Muslim registry bill, the Collaborators are stirring fear to pass the registry, our team heads to the Hill to turn the votes. Meanwhile, Alex and Owen track down an assassin. Written by thefutoncritic

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10 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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The "Muslim registry" is clearly a swipe at the travel ban (blocking entry from certain nations) proposed by the Trump administration, which is a legitimate power of the executive branch of government that has been utilized several times in the past. The ban dealt with nationalities/geography based upon attacks on America, not a specific religion. The show distorts the issue by describing it as a system to allow Homeland Security to register and track non-citizen visa holders from countries of concern. There already exists a terrorist watch list and no fly list. See more »


The Capitol is a public building. Absent some type of criminal conduct, a citizen- much less the son of the current president- could not be legally forced to leave the building. If the building had been private property, then the owner could eject anyone they desired. See more »

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8 October 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Again the events of the first half of season two seems a world away as in ODYOKE the writers decide to go topical and have the actual Trump administration in their cross-hairs.

Congress proposes to pass a Muslim registry a move aided by the collaborators in the FBI and CIA. The task force try to stop this but the team are outplayed by Washington insiders.

However even if the legislation is passed President Haas will veto it or is that the plan? In the event of the next atrocity, the president will shoulder the blame for not keeping America safe and Raina is already being framed for the bombing of a shopping mall.

Quantico certainly has taken chances with this episode, taken a left turn and somewhat for the better. It helps that Quantico has Muslim characters who can point out that two blond people are arguing the merits of her freedom.

As for the story arc, we are in the dark as to what happened to Harry in the previous episode but we see Sebastian is hanging around for Alex and Owen.

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