Quantico (2015–2018)
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No Place Is Home 

When Owen and McQuigg learn heartbreaking news about family members, the team goes on high alert as they quickly learn nowhere is safe.

Director:

Kenneth Fink

Writers:

Joshua Safran (created by), Gisselle Legere | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Priyanka Chopra ... Alex Parrish
Jake McLaughlin ... Ryan Booth
Johanna Braddy ... Shelby Wyatt
Russell Tovey ... Harry Doyle
Alan Powell ... Mike McQuigg
Marlee Matlin ... Jocelyn Turner
Blair Underwood ... Owen Hall
Timothy V. Murphy ... Conor Devlin
Laura Campbell ... Fiona Quinn
Anna Khaja ... Sita Parrish
Lilly Englert ... Maisie Doyle
Mike Pniewski ... Dick Booth
Benjamin Curns Benjamin Curns ... Ben Hardington
Nicole DeLuca ... Jessie McQuigg
Joe Giorgio ... Cop
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Storyline

The team thought they had dealt with Conor Devlin's IRA gangster band, but even from jail he manages to coordinate bloody, indirect revenge on the team members by cowardly slaying their loved ones, such as McQuigg's sister Jessie and even Owen's daughter, a federal agent. The team hastily assembles surviving loves ones, like Harry's rebel sister Maisie, who must now be revealed their secret job, to hide out in Shelby's remote, virtually fortified family country estate. Of course the enemy finds them, and makes use of Shelby's 'trusted' neighbor Ben Hardington as Trojan horse. Written by KGF Vissers

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Trivia

Tracy Ifeachor as Lydia is seen in the reprise but afterwards when it was revealed that Lydia was killed her face was conspicuously hidden on-screen, Undoubtedly Ifeachor wasn't ask to reprise Lydia just to play her when she got killed and as a corpse. See more »

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References Downton Abbey (2010) See more »

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The Camera work, the acting, and such are good, but the writing is unbelievable
24 July 2018 | by chris_patxSee all my reviews

As usual with this show, the writers are so far offbase, it is like they have never watched any show about law or military personnel. In this episode, the team holes up in a mansion to defend against trained assassins coming to kill their family members and them. They have a "state of the art" security system, yet there is no infrared cameras or night vision cameras to observe the grounds from a night attack. The members of this elite team go into the dark with only their naked eyeballs to search for intruders. They seem to be only armed with their personal sidearms and nothing else. During this state of high alert due to the danger, there are no backup officers and there are loads of stupid actions. The 4 stars are for the rest of the work involved. The writing shows almost zero research in how a trained group would actually defend in such a situation.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 July 2018 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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