'SEAL Team' Season 3 Episode 11 and 12 Preview: Can Jason create a balance between new-found love and duty?
It's been a long wait since the winter break and Jason Hayes is back in action. Has he fully recovered from his PTSD?
Failure is not an option for the Navy SEALs and it is time for them to get back in the rut once again. The fall finale of 'SEAL Team' ended on a joyful note as the Bravo Team came together as the Bravo Fam. In the last episode, relationships went one step ahead and the new couples were in a happy place.
It's been a long wait since then and Jason Hayes (David Boreanaz) is back in action. Has he fully recovered from his PTSD? He may have to deal with creating a balance between his love life and work before going on his next mission. With all the excitement, isn't it difficult to hold your horses for the winter break premiere?
The Bravo Team gets set to face some personal issues before going on a dangerous mission and fans should be excited for a two-hour long special with both Season 3 Episode 11 and 12 airing back-to-back. Titled 'Siege Protocol: Part 1', the summary of the episode reads, "Amid several life-altering moments on the home front, Bravo Team travels overseas to extract a CIA agent who is being held hostage."
The summary of Part 2, meanwhile, reads, "A close-knit unit of Navy SEALS are involved in planning and executing dangerous missions, being sent to carry out secret assignments around the world at a moment's notice."
In a preview video, Jason can be seen falling in love with Natalie (Emily Swallow). Will he come clean about it to his family or keep it under wraps for now? His daughter Emma (Kerri Medders) catches her dad red-handed with Natalie. The conversation steers to a little awkward mode when Emma asks some vital questions about the two.
Moreover, Jason might be stressed about his relationship going haywire and it may also affect his headspace before heading into a combat zone.
For the NAVY Seals, there seems to be trouble brewing in Venezuela. In a mission briefing, the team is told about a CIA operative named Carlos Ramos being caught. Going by the plot, the situation will escalate after the Tactical Operations Center will be compromised. The team can be seen evacuating the center after soldiers storm in.
Viewers were pretty intrigued by the storyline. One fan wrote, "Hard to create sympathy for an oil executive. Especially ones previously willingly working with the government of Venezuela."
With plenty of action to look forward to, get set to watch both the episodes as they air on February 26, 2020, at 9 pm ET on CBS.