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Alex 

Alex testifies at a congressional hearing about the bombings. In other events, a new group of recruits joins Alex and the Nats at Quantico.

Director:

Jamie Payne

Writers:

Joshua Safran (created by), Jake Coburn
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Priyanka Chopra ... Alex Parrish
Josh Hopkins ... Liam O'Connor
Jake McLaughlin ... Ryan Booth
Aunjanue Ellis ... Miranda Shaw
Yasmine Al Massri ... Nimah Amin / Raina Amin
Johanna Braddy ... Shelby Wyatt
Tate Ellington ... Simon Asher
Graham Rogers ... Caleb Haas
Anabelle Acosta ... Natalie Vasquez
Jacob Artist ... Brandon Fletcher
J. Mallory McCree ... Charlie Price
Lenny Platt ... Drew Perales
Li Jun Li ... Iris Chang
Jay Armstrong Johnson ... Will Olsen
David Alpay ... Duncan
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Storyline

In the present day, Alex is the only one who thinks Elias did not act alone. However, she lies under oath as the FBI keep pressuring her. She then receives an anonymous phone call from someone who can confirm her theory. In the past, Alex's class directly competes against an upper training class and Shelby and Elias are visited by the husband of Shelby's fake sister. Written by Andreea D

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Agent Ryan Booth used the cover of being in the marines in the beginning of first season while at Quantico even though he actually was an FBI agent the whole time. However, the actor Jake McLaughlin in real life served in the armed forces. See more »

Goofs

At roughly 8:22, Alex is shown walking towards her bathroom with a white mug in her hand. When the shot switches to another angle of the room, the mug disappears. See more »

Quotes

Miranda Shaw: Criminals don't play by the rules.
Drew Perales: Because there are none.
Caleb Haas: That doesn't mean that they can hack the CCTVs!
Will Olsen: You mean unlike the 900 CCTVs hijacked by that botnet last year, or pretty much any nanny cam ever, or Ariana Grande and the doughnut shop.
Caleb Haas: Okay. I want you on my team on trivia night, but that's it.
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Quantico: Alex
17 June 2016 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Episode 12 takes place three months after the Command Centre bombing and the producers believe that the programme is better if no one likes Alex so here again she becomes a pariah as she does not go along with the government stance that Elias acted alone.

When she testifies to a committee and changes her mind about Elias being a lone wolf, her colleagues are upset with her. Alex cannot win and given that she has constantly been proved right it makes you wonder why her superiors are not willing to listen to her more.

To keep the soapy romance going and to introduce more suspects as some from the start of the series have not been eliminated literally, we are introduced to new characters in FBI training. A class above our group of trainees and who are pitted against each other in s simulated hostage crisis. The real purpose of these new characters is to keep the plate spinning going as we know these recruits will also have sinister secrets that will soon be unveiled.


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