Here’s the thing I hate about crossovers – even if it’s a show that you don’t watch, you have to watch and review it so that everyone knows what happened.
FBI: Most Wanted is not a show that I watch regularly. It’s not that it is not good, it is. The real reason is because some of the cases on there are so hard to watch,. That it is triggering. They give me anxiety.
They scare me.
That being said, I am reviewing it today, because it’s part of the three part crossover – but don’t expect this every week.
The team from FBI: Most Wanted is at the hospital, worried about Crosby. Their team mate is going into surgery and they are worried about his survival.
I have to admit that I admire the entire team because they are able to put up with Jess (Agent Crosby) and his cold bullshit. I get it – he’s a man that has been going through a lot in his life, he is directed by his job, and he knows that he has a purpose.
His purpose is to raise an amazing daughter and to do his job and save others.
While they are at the hospital, Isabel shows up and lets them know that Tate was murdered, and being as he was the man that hired the assassin, she wants his team on it. Yes, Crosby is in the hospital, but they have the chance to avenge what has happened to him.
That’s the thing about teams – they are there for each other and Crosby’s team jumps at the chance to figure out who is behind this entire thing.
When they get to Tates apartment, there isn’t much of a clue as to what has happened there. The only signs of a struggle is a chair on the balcony that is out of place. The logs don’t show much.
But the tension between Crosby and Maggie is high. Again, I can understand that Crosby is worried, but the way that he’s so cruel to Maggie is just beyond to me. She’s taking this entire thing way hard – Crosby was/is her friend. And hey, we all know that though Maggie acts like a hard ass, but she’s super sensitive.
The entire team is trying to figure out which way the shooter could have gone and Agent Barnes realizes that they got on the train. Now, the impressive part for me here is that the agents were able to find a worker at the station and that they were able to pull out the surveillance footage quickly.
But even more than that is that there was not a lot of people on the F train platform or on the train.
Can we have that movie magic in real life?
The team manages to get the train to be delayed and miraculously are at the same station that the shooter decides to get off at. Like that’s a miracle in itself. They aren’t casual about following him out of the station, and of course he notices. A shoot out happens, hostages are taken, and then a car with men with automatic weapons show up to help the guy.
Now, I don’t know about you – but living in New York, even if I knew that they were filming TV, I would not want to see a shoot out on the streets. Just a side note.
The shooter is heading to the car to get away, but all of the sudden he’s shot. And you would think that the shooter would run, but she doesn’t. Turns out she’s FBI and the man that she shot is ex Mossad.
Kristin is her name and I like her. She’s straight to the point, knowledgable, and isn’t one to mess around. She tells them how it is, all of the information that she knows, and doesn’t flinch when she tells them where her badge is.
But the thing I need to understand is – HOW DID SHE KNOW WHERE TO GO? I am amazed at how it is that these FBI agents are able to find anyone in New York, cause I can barely find a good slice (and before you judge, not all pizza in the city is good).
The most painful part of this entire crossover series is seeing Julia’s Mom and how much pain she is in. When OA and Jess go to her house to look at Julia’s room, her Mom is going through the stages of grief.
OA is a lot more sympathetic than Crosby, who I believe that he doesn’t want to feel about this at all because he has a daughter. He doesn’t want to think.
When Crosby and OA find a burner and a code – they don’t know what it is for. OA takes on getting people to crack the phone.
Kristin, the new FBI agent, takes on doing a deep dive into Fiona. I think that we all know from the FBI episode before this that Fiona is a sketchy bitch.
In Julia’s room they had also found a modeling card, and it turns out that Fiona also owns that. I love that they are able to connect Fiona, because I truly believe that this bitch is the worst of the worst.
But also in the deep dive into Fiona, they are able to find a connection that leads them to a boat – well a yacht. The yacht ends up being filled with girls that were being trafficked and they all have been murdered.
I want to puke. The thing about shows like this is that you see the worst of the worst in humanity, but also it’s never easy to watch. For me, they make me second guess everything that I know about people. They make me second guess everything that I have ever known about anyone and every secret people could keep.
The numbers that Julia left with her burner help them get into the safe, where there are a lot of fake passports. Those fake passports – two are missing. Who are they?
Well, this is FBI and they are going to figure it out. They figure out, through the owner of the yacht, that this is bigger than they though.
Because Ms. Hoffman, the owner, tells them that Colin (Fiona’s boss) is the one that has been using the yacht. Ugh – he was always suspect, but like he’s disgusting. He’s a rich man and has a very private life, but that’s the thing – no matter how many secrets you keep, someone is always willing to spill them.
OA was able to get into the phone and it’s helped lead them to Sonny. When they get to the apartment, they find Sonny’s roommate and no shocker, Fiona. She’s trying to escape.
Fiona is a straight up psycho. She tries to act innocent, but she’s not innocent at all. She tries to tell the FBI that she was just paid to put her name on documents, that she was innocent, but Kristin isn’t buying it.
Jamie on the other hand is telling the truth about Colin. She’s telling them how she was recruited, how she was 13 when Fiona found her. How Colin got her hooked on ketamine to make the pain of what she was having to go through easier. He told her when it hurt to take her vitamins.
The FBI tells Jamie what Fiona said, and she starts to laugh. She can prove that Fiona was involved. On her phone she has a video of Colin and Fiona having sex with a minor.
I love that they caught Fiona and even though I despise her, I am glad that she gave up so much information that would lead them to be able to get more information. Colin has a mansion and when they get there, they find that the whole thing is wired and he’s been filming everything.
Only the drive was stolen – the drive that has everything on it.
Colin knows that he has proof to take everyone down with him and had sent one of the men that he had dirt on to get the server. That man, Gareth, takes the laptop filled with all the videos to Colin.
But what Colin doesn’t know is that the FBI Is on their way to Montauk. They are ready to take him down. But when they get there, shots are fired, and they take off running to the house. There is carnage everywhere – police have been shot. Gareth has been shot.
But what Gareth is able to tell them is that there is videos of everything and that Colin has it with him.
Only issue – a plane has just taken off from the home (cause yes, there is a runway and a jet there) – and Colin and the little girl, Sonny, that he has with him, is on the plane with him.
How they are going to find and save Sonny, I don’t know. But hey, that’s why we’re going international.
FBI: Most Wanted airs Tuesdays on CBS.