'SEAL Team' Season 3: Jason's newfound love and Ray's tricky choice, here's a recap before Episodes 11 and 12

As the new episodes air on February 26, there are many burning questions that need to be answered: Did Ray Perry make the right choice by not speaking up for Lisa Davis? And what of Jason and Natalie?


                            'SEAL Team' Season 3: Jason's newfound love and Ray's tricky choice, here's a recap before Episodes 11 and 12
The Navy SEALs (CBS)

'SEAL Team' has come a long way ever since season 3 premiered back in October. It started with the episode titled 'Welcome to the Refuge' where Jason Hayes (David Boreanaz) leads the team on a mission in Serbia.

Since the very beginning, Jason struggles with PTSD issues as his past returns to haunt him and leaves him contemplating his future. Bravo Team goes on a mission in Azerbaijan to help retake a power plant in order to avoid political instability in the area. With the pressure building, tensions boil over among Bravo members when they disagree while training for a mission. Jason has to make the tough choice to select a new candidate for the team.

David Boreanaz as Jason and Neil Brown Jr. as Ray (CBS)

On a mission, Jason pleads to be sent to help Ray Perry (Neil Brown Jr.) and Clay Spenser (Max Thieriot), who are aboard on a mission to protect a US ambassador Nicole Marsden (Khandi Alexander). The Bravo Team must fight off enemy attackers trying to infiltrate their compound. Her death leaves Clay shattered but he also meets his new love interest, Rebecca (Adelaide Kane).

Not just mental troubles, Jason also suffers from physical injuries. Sidelined with an injury, Ray takes over as Bravo 1 and leads the team on a mission to rescue a marine pilot who was shot down in enemy territory.

David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes (CBS)

Meanwhile, the new research physiologist, Natalie Pierce (Emily Swallow), helps Jason deal with his physical and mental distress. There are sparks and the two even get into a relationship.

In the final episode that aired before the winter break, Jason leads Bravo Team on his first mission back following surgery, and Ensign Lisa Davis (Toni Trucks) faces disciplinary action. Throughout the season, there is friction between Lisa and Sonny Quinn (A. J. Buckley) but towards the end, he chooses to take his side and the entire team follows suit — except Ray (well, he has his reasons). Bravo Team comes together as Bravo Fam and leaves fans on an emotional note.

Emily Swallow as Natalie Pierce (CBS)

As the new episodes air on February 26, there are many burning questions that need to be answered: Did Ray Perry make the right choice by not speaking up for Lisa Davis? Will Clay Spenser's blossoming relationship with Rebecca force him to leave Bravo Team and join politics? How serious will Jason and Natalie's relationship be and is there a chance for Mandy to enter Jason's personal zone?

Tune in to watch two new episodes of 'SEAL Team' titled 'Siege Protocol: Part 1 and Part 2' on CBS at 9 pm ET. 

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