Quantico Sneak Peek: Is an FBI Interrogator Going to Torture Alex?!

When an interrogator known for his… thorough work apologizes in advance for your questioning — that’s when it’s time to panic.

So it’s perfectly understandable that Alex looks less assured than normal in this exclusive clip from Sunday’s episode of Quantico (ABC, 10/9c) — there’s a good chance a waterboarding (or worse) lies in her immediate future.

The episode finds present-day Alex at the mercy of an FBI team that prides itself on getting intel others can’t. And given that Agent Parrish turned herself into the Bureau at the end of the previous episode, the interrogators want to know everything Alex knows… even if she’s not so willing to spit it all out.

Elsewhere, during the hour’s Quantico-set timeline, Dr. Susan Langdon (guest star Anne Heche) is a former FBI agent and profiler who leads the trainees on an exercise involving serial killers. But when Simon does too well at the task, things get dangerous, fast.

Press PLAY on the video above to get your first look at the episode, then hit the comments: Do you think Alex will break?

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Jenni says:

    Posting a sneak peek from ABC’s press site and calling it an “exclusive”. *shakes head*

  2. Kansas Blutbad says:

    W/o reading article, strip search would be a ratings boon.

  3. carter92 says:

    Obviously, Alex is okay since she has to be back for at least two more episodes…not to mention the mid-season, and the showrunner has also said if they get a 2nd season, he may change the cast but it will still center on Alex, who will probably just scrape a knee in this above scene.

    As a fan of the show, though- I feel like all the constant spoilers are kind of…off-putting to the casual viewer who couldn’t care less whether or not they watch the show live, at all, or if it gets cancelled or not. I’m crazy for this show but it’s starting to get to a point where the stunt-casting reports and spoiling the episodes/outcomes wears on me, too. Like I don’t think Alex turning herself in was a surprise for anyone, practically confirmed by the showrunner in an interview…and obviously we know in this episode if she gets roughed up at all, it won’t be that bad because she’s back in the next episode “proving her innocence”. The stakes just aren’t there because it’s all but confirmed she’s okay.

    Sometimes the show has good twists when they don’t tell everyone the week before what’s going to happen, like I did not expect the scene where Alex digs a bullet out of Ryan at all, even though the previous episode he was shot and they left together, so it worked and I felt like I could buy the scene had stakes, and it was possible for Ryan to die there and his character to only appear in the flashbacks scenes.

    • DL says:

      To be fair, if you’re a “casual viewer” you’re probably not going to be reading all of these spoilers. I don’t think your complaints have anything to do with the show itself; if you have a problem with spoilers, stop reading them.

  4. LADY_in_MD says:

    I didn’t realize there was a new episode This Sunday yay!

  5. Neuroticsavant says:

    What is he going to do,force her to watch this show?