All good things must come to an end. Possibly, a good ending is something that constitutes a big chunk in the process of judgment of it being good (looking at you GOT). And so, FBI Season 4’s time has also come to conclude the loose ends and justify with its ending, the worth of watching previous episodes. Dick Wolf is going to drop the season finale on May 24th, Tuesday. The episode has been directed by Alex Chapple, with the script provided by Dick Wolf and Craig Turk.
The promo trailer has revealed the action pack drama that awaits us. Be sure to check out the trailer, though it doesn’t reveal much, after finishing this article.
What is in Season 4 Episode 22 of FBI
Possibly a spoiler, or a teaser depending on the perspective, the blurb of season 4 episode 22 reveals that as the team is investigating a dangerous robbery, one of the serious perpetrators amongst them turns out to be a classmate of Jubal’s son. The investigations have led the FBI through a string of murders that includes wealthy executives. All proofs are direct towards suspects which are one, an unhappy employee, and second, an old business partner. There is a possibility of a secret society that is deeply rooted and could be the mastermind behind all of this. Between all of this Maggie is striving through her ability to see beyond the normal. For her visions, she decides to confide in O’Laughlin. The shocking revelation about the identity of the murderer is a sure spoiler, so if you haven’t got on the FBI train, now is the time.
Episode 23 Recap
Thomas Webber got assassinated, who was a DEA special Agent, outside a common bakery. He was talented and of a genuine personality. He sufficiently lived his life, did his job, and as soon as the pension became available, got his retirement. Not soon after his assassination happened, but what does his death have to do with the current case? The witnesses failed to see where the killer disappeared to, after he shot Webber, wearing a mask, and vanished into thin air. The FBI agent in charge is having a hard time linking connections between these two different cases. Webber before his death worked as a bouncer, in a shady strip joint known as the “Show Palace”.
With an IMDb rating of 6.9, the series is floating in the average category but don’t let it fool you if the action-packed mystery is your kick in life. The website Rotten Tomatoes also agree on average scores, with a 6a 3 percent approval rating for the first season of this show. The show has promised its audience another 2 seasons of the series.
For some serious body armor-clad action, numerous series on the theme of FBI has rarely disappointed. FBI Season 4 finale is just around the corner, let’s enjoy the whole week in the aftermath of an action-packed Tuesday.