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MHORDER 

With all Collaborators unveiled, the team uses Clay's engagement party to entice them one place and turn them against each other. Meanwhile, a team member's decision put everyone's lives at risk.

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Jennifer Lynch

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Joshua Safran (created by), Logan Slakter | 5 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Priyanka Chopra ... Alex Parrish
Jake McLaughlin ... Ryan Booth
Aunjanue Ellis ... Miranda Shaw
Yasmine Al Massri ... Nimah Amin / Raina Amin
Johanna Braddy ... Shelby Wyatt
Blair Underwood ... Owen Hall
Graham Rogers ... Caleb Haas
Hunter Parrish ... Clay
Dennis Boutsikaris ... Henry Roarke
Jon Kortajarena ... Felix Cordova
Fredric Lehne ... Maxwell Fletcher
Krysta Rodriguez ... Maxine Griffin
Marcia Cross ... Claire Haas
Elisabeth Waterston ... Alice Winter
Todd Alan Crain ... Peter Theo
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Now Clay's team has identified Henry Roarke's conspirators, he assigns everyone to look for weak points and predict where and when they may strike. Clay and his fiancee agree to let their society engagement party serve by presidential invitation to gather and probe them all one on one, to little avail. Ryan however trusts only in trapping his over's murderer, who turns so president Claire Haas withdraws the truce offer she made Henry Roarke, but it end sup as a trap to expose them all in the media. Clay told Shelby to drop all romantic ambitions and kill his by making him hate her again, to which ends rival ex/brother Caleb happily flaunts another affair they don't actually want to pursue. Written by KGF Vissers

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TV-14
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English

Release Date:

24 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Peter Theo character seems to be an allusion to Peter Theil, a gay billionaire. See more »

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Booth allows one of the Collaborators to leave in order to get two of her fellow Collaborators to join her. But given the seriousness of the case and operation, and especially knowing how dangerous the group is, there is no way any law enforcement agent would let her leave on her own without any surveillance to ensure they don't lose that lead. See more »

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Not exactly shark-jumping, but a segment betraying core appeal of the series
25 April 2017 | by lor_See all my reviews

"MHORDER" is a Quantico episode that oddly plays more like a drawing room comedy or drama, the sort of movie that is enjoyable but went out with the 1930. Mainly due to a lengthy centerpiece of a large-scale engagement party staged by our heroes to try and entrap the bad guys, the show veers away from action and suspense to standard and corny "sting" techniques, in which too many characters simultaneously jockey to get the upper hand.

Poor writing and pedestrian direction leave the popular cast out at sea, with even our lovely heroines Chopra and Yasmine behaving more like lovely wooden mannequins than the forceful presences we tune in to see. Much of the plot twisting is dumb and cavalier in content, clearly meant to set up many episodes to come, but for me as great a failure as some endless SNL sketch that goes nowhere or one of those "24" subplots early in a season that is later abandoned due to its clunkiness.

By the end of the hour, I was ready to write this one off as a one-off tangential & worthless episode, rather than the table-setter it was intended to be.


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