The “SEAL Team” fall finale didn’t disappoint with the episode “Unbecoming an Officer.”
WARNING: THERE ARE GOING TO BE SPOILERS BELOW. DO NOT KEEP READING IF YOU AREN’T CAUGHT UP. CONSIDER YOURSELF WARNED.
Now, I’ll be honest with you all. The Wednesday night episode wasn’t exactly what I was expecting for in the fall finale.
I thought we were a lock to get a major cliffhanger. That never happened. In fact, it was a great episode, but we weren’t left dangling at all.
Bravo deployed to take out a bad guy with Jason back to running the show, but it was a relatively minor aspect of the episode as a whole.
A large portion of the episode focused on Davis‘ discipline after she hit a police officer who came onto her at a bar. (REVIEW: ‘SEAL Team‘ Is Intense In New Episode ‘Kill Or Cure’)
Unsurprisingly, Bravo stepped up in her defense. Well, most of Bravo stepped up in her defense. Ray, out of fear for his career, sat out her discipline hearing.
Yeah, you can go ahead and bet that his decision will play a role later in the season. A lack of loyalty isn’t something we like to see out of the Bravo Two.
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Jason is also all in with Pierce. It looks like he’s finally over the death of his wife, and he’s fully committed to his new woman.
In the closing moments of the show, they agree to take the leap into a committed relationship, and then walk into the bar with the rest of Bravo.
It was a strong fall finale episode, even if we didn’t get a cliffhanger. I thought we were a lock for one, but it didn’t show up.
Oh well, not a big deal. It was still a great episode, and “SEAL Team” has been as strong as ever in season three.
I can’t wait to see what we get in the later episodes!