On last Sunday's Crisis, the kidnapper sends some parents on a mission, Meg takes her own steps to get her daughter back, the FBI discover that the CIA is keeping secrets and the first parent sacrificed himself to save his daughter.
Elsewhere, Meg asks the First Lady to give her access to the FBI so she can do her own research. After consulting Olsen, she gets what she wants. Her motive: she has more money and more manpower than the FBI to investigate the kidnapping. She later discovers that their company's liasion at the CIA, whom she also slept with, was outside the Pakistani embassy.
At the end, Finley reveals that one of the men he saw on the video, who was shooting innocent civilians, is one of the men they found at the CIA blacksite at the Pakistani embassy. Olsen, Dunn and Finley decide to keep this investigation between them, because these are the kind of investigations that ruin careers and get people killed.
Another good follow-up from the previous episode. The FBI also got one step closer to discovering who is behind all this and how the CIA is involved. We got to see one of the parents die while in action for his child, which only further shows how far these parents are willing to go. The story at the mansion proved that Gibson really doesn't want anyone to die. What I don't like is the Amber/Mr. Nash relationship, I hope that will be over soon. Also, while I think that the Beth Anne self-harm revalation adds a whole new layer to her character, I found Kyle's reaction a bit strange. I doubt that he really feels the same way she does, unless he has been doing the same thing. Should that be true, I want proof of that. And who else finds Luke the most annyoing character on the show?
What did you think of this week's episode? Now that the FBI is looking into the CIA, how do you think that's gonna play out? What will be the outcome of Meg's own investigagion? And what's your opinion on the mansion story?
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