The next incorporates spoilers from the April 4 FBI crossover occasion.
As CBS’ 3-way FBI crossover occasion drew to a detailed, not solely did Particular Agent Stuart Scola assist save 1000’s of New Yorkers’ lives (although not with any bomb-defusing expertise!), he could have gotten a life associate out of the deal.
Within the crossover’s opening hour (the FBI: Worldwide episode), Nina Chase (performed by FBI‘s Shantel Van Santen) acquired shot whereas serving to the Fly Staff storm a home in Italy the place some terrorists have been holding up. Jubal (Jeremy Sisto) needed to race again to New York to proceed investigating the looming risk, so he requested Forrester (Luke Kleintank) to stick with hospitalized, pregnant Nina, whose situation was extraordinarily touch-and-go.
Within the second hour (the FBI episode), Jubal and Isobel (Alana De La Garza) made the troublesome however prudent resolution to not inform Scola about Nina being shot, seeing as he was busy navigating an already precarious undercover project. Alas, in the midst of stated UC work, Scola acquired wind of an FBI agent being gunned down in Italy. Forrester, unaware that Jubal was retaining his crew at nighttime, confirmed Scola’s worst fears in a telephone name.
“When Scola learns that Nina was shot. the very first thing that goes by his thoughts is the way in which that he finds it out is such a betrayal,” FBI‘s John Boyd tells TVLine. “It’s completely not OK.”
But, Jubal and Isobel did have a degree. “What do Scola’s higher-ups should do, what resolution to they should make, with a purpose to save 1000’s of lives?” recounts Boyd. “And that’s a tricky factor to listen to, that it’s not about you.”
Nonetheless, that made Scola’s bosses no much less a goal for his seething anger. “He can’t be there [for Nina in Italy], there’s nothing he can do, so the one factor he can reply to is the those that saved it from him,” says Boyd. “That basically units him off.”
On the finish of the third hour (the FBI: Most Needed episode) — after the deliberate bombing of the John F. Kennedy Worldwide Airport was averted — Scola made tracks for Rome and reunited with Nina at her hospital bedside.
“How do you are feeling?” he requested the stabilized affected person.
“I’ve been higher.”
“What concerning the child? Is he OK?”
“I believe so,” Nina stated, inserting Scola’s palm on her bump. “Felt him kicking….”
Scola then regarded intently at Nina, and with three not-so-little phrases encapsulated all that he had been feeling, so distant and helpless.
“I like you.”
“I like you, too,” Nina replied again, by tears. “Lots.”
Reflecting on the couple’s first ILYs, Boyd affirms that Nina’s brush with dying “put them in a scenario that’s catastrophic, and other people develop nearer from that.”
Shifting ahead, “It deepens their relationship an incredible deal,” he provides, “and hopefully they decide to be collectively and to like each other.”
What did you consider the Nina scare, and the crossover as a complete?