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AIR DATE: 05/15/17
“RESISTANCE”

It’s Alex and the team’s last stand against the Collaborators at the Constitutional Convention, where a new amendment to the Constitution threatens every American’s freedom.






PRE-FINALE: Showrunner Joshua Safran wants you to think of the rest of the spy drama’s season “kind of like a four-parter,” he says, starting with the pre-sweeps episode “MHORDER” (airing April 24). You’ll recall that the final moments of Episode 18 found the joint CIA-FBI task force in possession of all of the names of the collaborators (aka the bad guys).” In [Episode] 19, the team and the collaborators meet face-to-face. Once that happens, it sends us hurtling in a new direction.” He adds that Episode 20, which was directed by former Quantico writer Cherien Dabis, “pokes at a wound that is very fresh, and it is very emotional,” and that the hour has made everyone who has seen it cry. “It’s very complicated, because everybody on that episode has their own story,” Safran says. “For a bit it’s like you’re walking down different paths in the woods and you’ve lost your friends, then you all come together at the end.” But don’t get too comfortable there, Alex & Co.: There’s a time jump of “several months” between Episode 21 and the finale.


SEASON FINALE (MAY 15):
Safran says he shot the final episode two ways, just in case the ratings-challenged series doesn’t come back for a third season. As it stands, the hour ends in a cliffhanger. “If for some reason I hear that we’re not coming back before [it] airs, I will just literally cut that scene off the episode, so it will be like it never existed,” he tells TVLine.

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We know Maxine isn’t evil but is there anything else you can tease about her involvement in Quantico‘s final episodes? — Harold
Showrunner Josh Safran promises Clay’s fiancé will be back for at least one more episode before the season finale to help the story come to a head in “an adult, mature way.” “All of the writers love Maxine,” he says. “If there was a third season of Quantico, she could fold into [the story] very easily.” After all, Maxine loved working undercover with Clay during their engagement party — even if they don’t work out, someone should recruit her to the Farm.

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