Quantico (2015) s02e22 Episode Script


1 Previously on "Quantico" My sister, Nimah Amin, was taken wrongly into custody for an attack you believe was perpetrated by me.
I love you, Ryan.
I just need more time.
See, you can't fight fire with fire.
That's exactly what they expect.
I mean, you gotta fight it with kittens or mercury or or the concept of time.
What was waiting inside that café? A Russian, the FBI? I have more emotions than you.
I have them.
I'm having one right now.
She really left you? We will not only rebuild both our agencies from scratch, but we will combine them.
Cecilia: President Roarke's proposal of combining and re-branding the FBI and CIA will apparently require a new amendment to the United States Constitution.
Clay: A Constitutional convention is an invitation to rewrite the law wholesale.
We have to make Roarke believe that we're on his side.
When is the convention, Clay? - 100 days from now.
- That's when we attack.
So, who wants to be a terrorist? So, what is wrong with America today? Oh, um, I I-I think that America is a great country full of o-opportunity and, um d-diversity? He couldn't even get through a sentence without stammering or wandering off-subject.
Did you scare him? You scared the last one.
Hey, if the president wants qualified candidates for this new intelligence agency, then we have to be selective.
Remember when you risked your lives to ruin the president? Well, the country's changed.
So have we.
Looking down on empty streets President Roarke's term has barely begun, and he's already seen a huge win.
New Mexico becomes the crucial 34th state to petition Congress to convene a Constitutional convention, making it official.
Shelby: Come on.
Now is your time to tell me what you think is wrong with the FBI.
What can we do better? The president's Muslim registry is now law, as the country is left to wonder, "Who is President Roarke? And what will his Constitutional convention bring?" Ryan: It says here you've run multiple clandestine ops in Addis Ababa and Raqqa.
You prepared to run similar ops with American citizens on domestic soil? As the convention grows near and National Security Council member Maxwell Fletcher rolls out his plan for a new domestic intelligence agency - We're gonna be here all night.
- Washington insiders are wondering, "Who's running the White House - Roarke or Fletcher?" - [Sighs] So, anyone? I wouldn't give these people a badge, a gun, or my Amazon Prime password.
One guy told me he loved America more than his mom and then he asked me out.
Would you be willing to go undercover in a hostile country? And you don't have a problem with assassinating foreign nationals? So, that's it? You don't like the lunch room? You have an opportunity here to be a part of the reinvention of the intelligence community in this country, and you don't have a single question? Delegates are already gathering in Philadelphia for what, in a mere seven days, could change the course of American history.
It's been a while.
[Chuckles softly] Too long.
Maybe we'll work together again soon, as part of this crazy combined Domestic Service Agency.
We're calling it DISA.
I prefer "the SS.
" You're here to interview to join DISA, not criticize it.
When we were at Quantico, we studied the Constitution together.
We learned the lines LE and intelligence can't cross.
DISA throws that all out.
How could you be a part of this? That is an exaggeration.
"All citizens' rights and privileges shall not be suspended unless, when in cases of rebellion or invasion, the public safety shall require it.
" - And that's just one of the amendments.
- I know them well.
"Rebellion," "invasion.
" That can mean anything.
That's a blank check for the federal government to suspend our rights for any reason.
The world has changed, Iris, and this country has to change along with it.
I've made my choice, and you've made yours clearly.
Excuse me.
Not at all good to see you, Alex.
In the boat Riding the water Riding the waves I'll see [Breathes deeply] He is never far away.
[Chuckles] Can you blame him? He's trying to create a new world order.
- [Chuckles] - It took God six days.
He's already failing.
Any word from our friends at the ACLU? They kicked it over to Amnesty International, who did not want to get involved.
They recommended we talk to a Muslim-rights group.
What charge do they have on Nimah? All she did was pretend to be her sister.
Criminal impersonation is considered identity theft in Virginia and, in this case, espionage.
I don't think we can get her out.
You okay? Sure.
Dinner later? Yeah.
[Clears throat] Discerning, aren't we? Only the best for DISA.
Ah, that name.
I keep forgetting what that damn "D" stands for.
But Peter's the brand guy, as far as the president's concerned.
Keep up the good work, Hall.
You've surprised all of us.
- Hey! - Well, well, well.
Look who's shutting this place down.
Oh, come on.
Don't make fun of us.
We're in a rut, we're tired, and this is the only place in town, by the way, that doesn't water down its drinks.
I'm just glad I never have to eat alone.
All right.
I am out.
- What? - Mm-hmm.
I'm gonna stick around for one more drink.
- It's almost last call.
- All right.
Good job today.
- Good job.
Bye! - Bye! - Old-fashioned.
- I got you.
And one of these.
So, what's it like being a strategist for the only coalition of states saying "no" to the convention? It doesn't much matter.
Roarke has his 38 states.
Still, I wrote a hell of a barnburner for the New York delegation to give during floor debate.
Why does this feel like a double date all of a sudden? Oh, my God.
It does! Well, for starters, you're drinking my drink, which is pretty intimate.
We order the same thing.
I don't want to wait.
- You hear back from Felix? - Mm-hm.
- Don't take "no" for an answer.
- [Giggling] That sounds like girlfriend advice.
And by "girlfriend," you mean "girls who are friends"? Well, like these two, who apparently had molly for dinner.
- [Giggles] - Uh, no, that's not it.
It's, um He doesn't like displays of affection.
Well, and I bet we could get him out of here faster.
Not yet.
I told you.
There he goes, to follow Miranda.
- [Door closes] - And that was last call.
- Okay.
- [Sighs] Anyone up for a quick game of pool? - I'll start the coffee.
- Thank you.
Another late-night SDR.
Thank you for teaching it to me.
- Owen: Did the tail follow you? - Mm-hmm.
I lost him.
Two days till the convention.
Clay: 48 hours to make sure Roarke doesn't get his DISA and that the convention doesn't strip the American people of their civil liberties.
And all we have is us.
The convention is comprised of 50 delegates, each representing their respective state.
Now, Roarke needs 38 states to vote "yes" to pass his amendments.
We know 34 of them are in full support of this amendment and can't be swayed.
Another 12 are firmly against it.
The remaining 4? That is our battleground.
If we can get them to vote "no," the amendment will fail.
It's that simple.
We've only got 24 hours to lie, manipulate, and blackmail these 4 swing delegates into voting "no.
" This is our last stand.
All right.
Who do you have and how will you break them? Sheila Bernard, state legislator from Ohio who's been engaging in some extracurricular activities.
Sheila, you're not voting "yes" tomorrow.
You're voting "no," because I don't think your husband wants to hear about your affair with Senator Davis.
Sheila: You promise no one will ever hear that recording? I know you'll make the right choice.
[Phone beeps] It's too early for you What? Are you okay? Manipulating someone with the threat of scandal is hard for me.
After the convention, you can go to Sheila and you can apologize, just like I'm gonna apologize right now.
I shouldn't have made it all your fault.
You were easier to blame than my father.
Who's next on the list? Eric Jackson, a Pennsylvania Democrat with a secret that he would rather keep buried.
What will the good people of your district think when they find out that you were a part of a white-separatist group? I'm not a racist.
All we need for you to do is vote "no" at that convention.
Does that seem like something you can do? Yeah.
Pleasure doing business with you, Congressman.
Ryan: Benjamin Whitmore, a staunch Republican and Tallahassee clergyman with a dominatrix on speed dial.
No, no, no.
Don't send all of them.
Send just one, enough to scare him.
Leave the rest to his imagination.
That'll really make him spin out.
[Chuckles] Hmm.
Just like that? You're not gonna tell me that sending them all is a stronger move or? What, did you want me to put up a fight? Or did you just expect me to? Lastly, Amanda Glasson, Michigan Democrat and construction magnate who's found a lot of creative ways to turn a profit.
I think we're looking at charges all the way from corporate fraud to outright treason.
I just want your cooperation.
I think I've finally come to grips with doing bad for the greater good.
Clay and I were just saying the same thing.
"Clay and I.
" We are good friends.
Oh, yeah I drive out of my way for three hours every day to go have dinner with my good friend.
He feels personally responsible for all of this.
Alex: He feels other things, too, you know.
I mean, he's not engaged anymore hasn't been for four months.
Clay has no idea what he feels for me.
Right now, we are trapped in a foxhole together.
When this is all over, you know, we'll see if this was just an end-of-the-world romance or if it's real.
I hope it's real.
[Chuckles softly] So, what about you and Ryan? Was all of that just for the tail last night? He's been so supportive lately, not doubting me as much.
But I'm just waiting for the other shoe to drop.
You told him you needed time.
Maybe he used that time to grow.
Or maybe he's just making me think that he's changed, you know? And then when things get difficult, he'll be back to the same old Ryan.
Well, you know what? Something will happen, and you'll just know, one way or another, right? [Horn honks] So, are you gonna say something or just make me watch you? You are the one who came here and demanded to talk, so talk.
Clay: I'm sorry.
I'm sorry I used you.
I'm sorry I got you into all this.
I'm sorry I wasn't a better friend.
I lost my job, my green card.
And to make it more interesting, I have the Russian intelligence on me day and night thinking that I'm still gonna tell them secrets about the president.
You can't fix that.
I'm even afraid to go back to Spain.
I don't want to tarnish my family's name.
- I'm sorry.
- You're sorry.
You said that already.
If you ever need anything Yeah.
I need you to destroy Roarke.
I believed every lie he told me.
And America does, too.
He told them he would fix the country, and all he wants is to fix it for himself and his friends.
Tell me how to win.
Anything you can think of, they've already thought of.
You have known about this plan for six months.
They waited years for it.
Stop trying to be smarter than them.
Surprise them.
Use kittens, mercury, and the concept of time.
What's that? Something my brother told me that's just making sense to me now.
Don't leave town tonight.
All right.
It looks like we went 4 for 4.
- Whoo! - Yes! That should keep Roarke shy of passing his amendments.
All right.
What do we do now? Wait and pray that everything goes well at the convention tomorrow? - Hey.
- Everybody's smartphones in their cars? - Yeah.
- Did a sweep for bugs? Every time we walk through the door.
Clay: Well, check again.
I think they're listening.
Maxwell: You're right.
It's a little late to be keeping secrets now.
You were all so careful, meeting someplace completely innocuous four times a week, like it was any other week in your lives.
And yet, you always failed to noticed the newly installed smart TVs in every corner, all of which have their mics on, courtesy of Peter Theo and his latest firmware updates.
You're all definitely going in the "no" pile now.
If you were spying on us this whole time, why even bother with a tail? Oh, we just wanted to give you a false sense of security.
You did put on a hell of a show, though, for three months.
That took a lot of patience.
Information is a powerful thing.
All of the research you did on those weak delegates ahead of tomorrow's convention is even more useful in the president's hands.
He had all four of your target delegates pulled and replaced with less corruptible individuals.
And now we invite you to watch democracy evolve to the next level at the convention.
Because there's absolutely nothing you can do to stop him.
So enjoy your final days of freedom.
Yeah, Peter, it's done.
Tell the president.
Three months of work gone in an instant.
We never stood a chance.
Clay: This is not over.
We've just been going about it the wrong way head-on, trying to block the Collaborators' paths the entire time.
- As opposed to what? - Blowing up the whole road.
How do we do that when we're out of time? Find a time machine and go back and use Theo's technology against the Collaborators to find their plan first? We don't need a time machine to do that.
We can do it right now.
Theo uses technology to spy, to control people down the line.
He can listen to anybody at any time.
So, why would a guy like that play fair when it comes to his fellow Collaborators? You think he's spying on them.
I think he's got to have enough dirt on Roarke to bury him 10 times over.
The intelligence we gathered on the Collaborators wasn't enough to get them.
But if we can get whatever Peter Theo has on them It is still us against the most powerful man in America.
We are not the only group who can use that intelligence.
What are you thinking? Something that isn't just a roadblock.
Something that might just get us all killed.
But we're gonna need reinforcements.
I think I know who to call.
What do you want me to tell him? Tell him we're gonna betray our country.
[Indistinct conversations, dance music plays] I don't drink, either.
I never saw the point of paying $14 for two ounces of flavored ethanol.
Don't drink? You don't hear that a lot in a gay bar.
I wouldn't know.
It's my first time.
Oh, I'm straight.
I'm here with my girlfriend.
- She likes to dance.
- Jimmy! - Did you make a friend? - Just killing some time, Karen.
Hands off, mister.
He's mine.
But isn't he the cutest? Look at that.
He thinks so, too.
I'll leave you two alone.
You don't have to.
He does whatever I want.
Don't you, Jimmy? Want to play? He's very gifted.
I'll get the check.
Iris and Will here, en route to Theo's home momentarily.
Get into his system so we can link up.
If we meet the Russians empty-handed I know, I know.
Everyone's dead.
We'll come through.
Chang out.
- You said you were ready for this.
- Clay: We are.
We didn't have time to run the missions back-to-back.
We're on parallel tracks here.
It's gonna be fine.
Look, we're just here to give the Russians access - to Peter Theo's database.
- That's it? Just access? With Peter Theo's intel on your former boss, combined with whatever FSB has on him, the Russians can easily compromise the president, and he won't even see it coming.
And once it's done, he won't be able to get out.
Since my life is on the line, I just have to know what are the Russians giving you for this? They're not giving us anything.
We're using them to take Roarke out.
How can you be so sure this will work, huh? The Russians could do anything with that intelligence.
I know you're scared.
And I know I don't have a right to ask you to do this.
That's right.
You don't.
Okay? You don't.
I will do it because it's the right thing to do and because that's what friends do for each other.
That should do it.
You're good to go.
[Window slides] It wasn't fitting her right.
It was itchy.
Is that so? Yeah.
We take care of each other.
It's It's the little things.
[Chuckles] Well, you keep it up, and you might just get her back.
[Laughs] No.
That's That's not what this is about.
Come on, man.
Take it from someone who notices these things when you're not looking, she's looking at you and no one else.
We're people.
We're not a light switch.
You can't just flick us on again.
Ryan, when this is over, you're gonna find the time and space to ask the question.
And I'm pretty sure how she'll answer.
All right.
We're here.
Ready? It's time.
[Exhales sharply] [Man speaks Russian] [Weapons cock] Don't shoot! What are you doing? We're in this together.
[Speaking Russian] I'm not the one who can help you.
They are.
Alex Parrish.
Alex, we need to buy Will and Iris time.
Stall him.
We have intelligence on our president that you might want.
We'll give it to you, but at a price.
Why not use it yourself if it compromises your president? - You can write your own check.
- We're just rogue agents.
He's the president of the United States.
We use this, he destroys us.
You have an entire country protecting you.
- What's the price? - It's all explained in this.
You get the president to propose a change in the language of one of the amendments under debate tomorrow at the Constitutional convention.
It's a small change, but we have employers that stand to gain from it.
And that's it? Discuss it with your colleagues.
[Speaking Russian] [Whispering] If you don't have the intel, what's on that drive? Nothing yet.
I promise, baby, it'll be easier this time.
I'm scared.
He just needs a little something to look at to get him started.
How's this view? It's better.
And now? Uh, I think I need to drink after all.
I've got some vodka downstairs somewhere.
Be right back.
[Door opens] We are screwed.
He doesn't have a computer in here.
Yes, he does.
- How did you know? - Unless Georges de La Tour painted a second Repentant Magdalen and he didn't this one had to be fake.
The original's at LACMA.
The rest of this art's real, though.
You better produce, and fast, or I'm gonna let him have his way with you.
I wouldn't mind.
Me neither.
[Beeping] Hey, we're in.
- [Earpiece beeps] - Will and Iris came through.
Establishing the link to Theo's home system.
Pushing it to you.
It's gonna take a minute till it's secure.
[Speaking Russian] - What are they saying? - Well, my Russian's not perfect, but I think I heard "kill" and "them.
" Okay, enough! Do you know how many intelligence agencies would be rolling out the carpet to us? But we came to you, so we deserve respect and answers now.
- Don't give them that drive.
- Let's take a look first.
I want a deal first.
[Chuckles] This is not a negotiation.
We're still establishing the connection.
[Speaking Russian] [Beeping] [Grunts] You have a deal.
How do I know you'll keep your part of the deal? You don't.
But we will.
[Car door closes, engine starts] [Indistinct conversations] There's CAT squads in every stairwell.
I've got my route planned.
I just need to know one thing that you're sure.
As sure as I've ever been about anything.
Nothing about this is gonna be easy.
However this plays out, it's been nice working with you.
[Chuckles softly] Miranda: Shaw moving into position.
The plan is a go.
During lunch, we found out the whole coalition is backing out.
We've lost Ohio, Pennsylvania.
Even Florida is poised to vote "yes.
" Just hold fast, okay? You do what you believe, not what everybody else is doing.
Agent: Mr.
Haas, the president wants to see you, now.
You don't seem surprised to see me.
Oh, Felix told me you like to gloat.
I thought you'd do it publicly.
Well, I think this is public enough.
[Chuckles] Good work your people did here.
A noble try.
Led by you, of course.
Everyone was equally invested.
So, uh, what are your plans after this? The rest I can throw on a shelf somewhere, but you Too many questions if you disappeared, so academia? A think tank? It's none of your concern.
"It's none of your concern, sir.
" You don't have to respect me, but at least respect the office.
I do.
That's why I'm standing up for it.
Too bad it wasn't enough.
You make a fine dance partner, Clay, but the music's stopped.
But this country will be better when people have less to worry about.
You're too young to know a time when that existed, but I'm not.
I remember listening to my parents tell me how good it felt to have the utmost faith in your leaders.
America wants to return to that uncomplicated ideal to trust their representatives to think for them so they can focus on what really matters.
Or so they don't notice you're taking away their rights.
I have the votes.
In minutes, 38 states will vote to amend the U.
Constitution, and this country begins a new era of security and purpose.
Your side was outvoted today, son.
Be glad that, unlike your mother, you have a front-row seat to history.
[Clicks tongue] Maxine: Just remember, when he calls for the final votes, that's when we go in.
Maxine? What are you doing here? Taking advantage of our right to free assembly while it still exists.
The Roster makes for a damn fine grassroots organization in a pinch.
- Want a hat? - Ha.
I have called enough attention to my subversive activities, thank you.
How's Clay? Is he in there? I haven't spoken to him recently.
Oh, come on.
You don't have to lie for him.
I know you guys are friends.
He's grieving.
What does he have to grieve about? He was heartbroken when you left him.
I left? Oh, of course.
He can't look like the bad guy around you.
Um, Clay kicked me out, said he didn't want to tarnish my good name, as if it's the turn of the century and there's still such a thing as a good name.
I wanted him, he wanted me gone, and that was that.
I don't know what kind of play he's been putting on for you, but I can guess why.
- It's not like that.
- Miranda: Places, everyone.
I'm sorry.
I have to go.
So, this is it, huh? What this is, is burning all the bridges behind you.
Are you saying you don't want me to go through with what I have to do? No.
But I love you, and I wish it wasn't you who had to do it.
I'm in the hallway.
Roarke broke away for an emergency phone call, in private.
Man: Ladies and gentlemen, the president of the United States.
[Applause] Order.
Uh, before we tabulate the final roll, there's been a motion from my home state of Wisconsin to include some new language into one of the amendments.
It's amendment number 28, and the motion is to replace the word "safety" with "security.
" - Ryan: He took the bait.
That's our cue.
- Now, I, for one, see the wisdom in that, but we can open the floor for debate.
[Beep] Mr.
President before this convention continues, I think it's in the best interest of these delegates and this nation to know how deeply the democratic process has been compromised.
We have audio from our friends incoming.
We should have video, too.
FSB Officer: What we want is one simple change replace "safety" with "security.
" I want you to go, and I want you to find her and do whatever you have to do to stop her and get her off that screen.
They still hang for treason, yes? - That's it? That's all you want? - Yes.
This is a phone call, not moments ago, with Russian intelligence operatives striking a deal with our president.
America is now a puppet state to a hostile power, and I know this because because I gave that power the intelligence to do it, to show you, the American people, that our president is a criminal.
This government run by a rogue cabal of self-serving elitists they've stolen the presidency, used fear to control us, manipulated events to serve their greater goal a power grab to take this country away from the ideals it was founded on, to subvert this great nation's Constitution, its laws, its norms.
Well, that ends today.
You all know what Roarke was willing to do to keep his presidency.
You heard it for yourself.
Well, now you're gonna know every crime that he and his fellow compatriots committed.
Owen: Alex, they've got your location.
And I know it's not enough for you to hear it from me, - and I know you need facts - That's our cue.
Release everything we've got.
which is why I'm gonna release every secret that Roarke was so desperate to hide - to a hundred major law firms - [Devices chiming] and civil-rights organizations, including the ACLU.
America deserves the truth and nothing less.
Yes, this is highly classified and incriminating intelligence.
- And, yes, I have violated - Get her! Get over there! so many laws by leaking this to you, the people.
But this country will not fix itself in the shadows anymore.
The light is all we have, and the truth is all we can trust.
So resist.
Fight back.
That's what I did and will always do for my country! - [Gunshot] - [Groans] [All screaming] Freeze! Do not move.
Do not move.
[Sirens wailing] [Crying] Alex, open your eyes! Alex, look at me! Iris: I'm sorry, Alex.
I can't watch him cry.
It's too pathetic.
He's not pathetic.
[Siren wailing] What the hell's going on here?! I'm I'm sorry.
I had to keep you out of the final part of the plan because I needed your reaction for believability.
[Exhales heavily] [Crying] - Well, how'd I do? - You did so good, baby.
Come here.
Will: We're here.
The car's waiting to take you to the plane.
They're gonna be expecting a body.
We've created a comprehensive paper trail at Bryn Mawr Hospital, including a death certificate and an autopsy, but it will only buy you so much time.
That's okay.
Let 'em wonder.
They don't have any proof anyway.
So what are you gonna do now? Your runaway thing again, like last year? No.
[Sighs] This time, I disappear.
Hey, look.
Thanks for uploading that data.
You'll take the blame for that.
I've masked the IP address a few different ways to make it interesting, but, well, they'll trace it back to you.
At least this country won't be controlled by the Russians.
Owen: All right.
Come on.
We need to get you out of here.
I'll be in the follow car in case you get made, all right? We'll talk.
Newscaster: They're calling it the political scandal of the century.
President Roarke continues to deny he was working at the behest of Russia, but the Constitutional convention is over and will not resume at any point.
The evidence against Roarke is hard to deny.
We are waiting for a statement from the president You gonna keep them waiting? Now it's your turn to gloat.
I've given 31 years to this country.
I am a public servant.
And I found some people who wanted things to change, and we had a plan.
And I I did what they asked.
We all got what we wanted.
And now they're gonna walk away from this, buy their way out.
You think that I have the money that they have?! You think that t-they'll stand by me after this?! You chose to work with them.
And after your little stunt, they will burn me at the stake, like everyone who speaks truth! If you're expecting an apology, you're not gonna get it.
Then why are you here? What the hell do you want from me? You want to have a-a talk about America? You want to give me a lecture about your superior virtues? Huh? What is the point of all this?! Why am I being kept in here - Henry - like I did something wrong?! - Henry - It's "Mr.
President"! It is "Mr.
President"! Not for long.
For even less time than my mother was.
Now, you know what happens next.
You walk out to the police or the press two roads, both leading to your own personal hell.
Or I don't walk out of here at all.
I love this country, Mr.
I know you did, Henry.
Agent #1: No, sir! What are you doing? - Agent #2: Mr.
President, no! - [Gunshot] Shots fired! We have shots fired! - Move in! Now! - Move, move, move! [Siren wailing] [Helicopter blades whirring] Hey.
You okay? [Quietly] We won.
I think.
Did we win? Or will the next person who takes his place Hey.
Today we won.
Tomorrow hasn't happened yet.
You want to go somewhere? We don't have to hide anymore.
We can finally have that date.
I saw Maxine.
She was here? Protesting with the Roster.
- She told me what happened.
- Shelby You broke up with Maxine because you didn't want her tainted by the scandal of being with you.
You don't have that same concern about me, do you? Because I am already damaged.
- You - I have been so afraid of what other people think of me, instead of caring about what I think about myself.
I don't want to keep making the same mistakes over and over again.
I am not a mistake.
But we would be.
I am not the one for you, Clay.
You might care about me, but you are still in love with her.
Apologize for underestimating her.
You've got cash, a few passports, a couple of names that you're gonna need better burner phones once they start to ask questions about your death.
Yeah, okay.
I got it.
I know.
You always have.
Yeah, I'm annoying like that.
[Airplane passes] You ready? There's an empty plane waiting for you.
[Sighs] Owen thank you for everything you've done for me, for the trust that you've shown in me.
Thank you for giving me back my life.
Come here.
[Knocking] Hey.
Time to fly.
Ryan He must've had to lose a tail.
So I don't get to say goodbye.
It's okay.
[Clears throat] - Take care of yourself.
- You too.
Anchor: Two months after President Roarke's suicide, we'll review the fallout and the road to come.
Our roundtable will ask, "Was the disclosure of U.
intelligence warranted? Is Alex Parrish alive? If so, is she a hero or a traitor? And where is she?" America cannot give up its obsession with Alex Parrish.
And unconfirmed sightings of her in Belgrade last month don't do anything to dispel the conspiracy theorists.
Websites are dedicated to tracking her alleged sightings Next on "Pointless Questions with Pompous Pundits.
" And a documentary is being made about her life.
So this is the bunker.
I don't know.
I was thinking brutalist blocks, - not Soho House.
- Mm.
We'd almost given up on you.
And some of us got tired of waiting.
Be nice.
He helped get us out.
It's nice to see you two together.
I really just wanted confirmation you were twins and not just Nimah with a head injury.
It's nice to be together.
I'm grateful to be out of custody.
And we're glad the others are free.
- Hmm.
- Don't get me wrong, but being in prison and I don't know Owen: It changes you.
I never had any illusions about this country always being fair.
Our parents had that talk with us when we were, what, 11? But when something like this happens when people are ready, even willing, to just give away their rights Maybe I did have some illusions about this country after all.
- Have you seen Miranda? - She's being well looked after.
That prison's more like Soho House, too.
How long do you think she'll be in there? A long time.
But Miranda knows what she signed up for.
And you? You know what you signed up for? Deputy director of the CIA? Of course.
I'm gonna help reshape the agency.
And get your hands dirty.
Well, hopefully not just my hands.
You two have sacrificed a lot for our country.
You know what it takes.
I may ring you up, too, young lady.
Mm! Well, I'm gonna keep my day job.
Quantico needs my full attention.
Some of the recruits are pretty green.
You seem good.
I am good.
- When is the wedding? - Oh.
What? [Chuckles] We eloped.
Don't tell anyone.
I still haven't told my mother.
- Congratulations.
- Thank you.
On a wing, on a prayer Hey.
Don't look at them.
Look at me.
Thank you.
It's just you and me now.
The Powerpuff Girls, minus one.
I miss her.
I do, too.
And I always will.
[Glasses clink] We were hiding love What was it we were thinking of? [Sniffles] Attendant: Thank you.
Be right back.
Ryan Booth.
[Sniffles] Nice to meet you, Ryan Booth.
You from D.
? [Chuckles] Um, just connecting there from Chile? Yeah, that's it.
Vacation? Running for my life.
You? Making sure I have one that counts.
You really want to do this? Give it all up for me? I give up nothing if I'm with you.
Wherever you run, that's where I want to be, if if you'll have me.
[Sniffles] [Laughs]