It would help if the makers of Quantico knew geography. Something that bothered me about the character of Fiona Quinn the British MI5 operative who conveniently happens to have an Irish accent.
Conor Devlin is being transported on a plane to Dublin and security is lax. He escapes.
The rest of the Quantico team follow him by jumping off the plane in parachutes before it crashes and they all land somewhere in the Republic of Ireland. McQuigg gets caught by the Irish police and is imprisoned. Only for Conor Devlin to turn up at the police cell where he has a punch up with McQuigg. So the local Irish police is in league with the Devlins.
Then Quinn turns up at the police station demanding to see McQuigg and have him moved to the hospital because of his injuries. Why would they listen to her? They are in cahoots with the Devlins. Also the Republic of Ireland is a separate country and not part of Great Britain. The MI5 is British secret service and has no jurisdiction in the Republic. It is all nonsense and if there were any twists, you can figure it out by now.
This is just a continuation of the vendetta of Conor Devlin against the Quantico team and it has outstayed its welcome and any coherence. Conor always seem to escape or find a way out.
Harry meanwhile at least gets a lead to save his sister.
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