'SEAL Team' Season 5 Episode 2 Spoilers: Will Ray be the one to save Bravo?
'SEAL Team' Season 5 was off to a gripping start with Bravo being pulled back into action in the middle of their downtime. The military drama pulled no punches as it threw the unit bang in the middle of a covert mission even as the members of the team cope with the aftermath of the events of Season 4.
Jason Hayes (David Boreanaz) is still reeling from the headaches that are making him lose focus. Ray's (Neil Brown Jr) PTSD makes him a concern to the team, and to top it all, they find themselves in dire straits as their mission in North Korea goes full-tilt south. The events of the first episode and the storyline just make it that much exciting to see what episode 2 titled, 'Trust, But Verify: Part 2' has to offer. The promo suggests that the team might have made a way out, but there appears to be some sort of concern within the team that will form a key storyline going forward.
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Will Ray save the team in North Korea?
One of the scenes in the promo sees Ray address the team. "If you have any doubts about my fitness on this op, you speak up," he firmly says. This pretty much suggests that he could be partly responsible for giving the team a way out of North Korea. In the first episode, he was seen listening to tapes and also practice some methods that would help with his PTSD and with Sonny voicing his opinions on Ray's mental state in the first episode, what better way for Ray to silence the doubters with a miracle save?
The official synopsis of episode 2 'Trust, but Verify: Part 2' reads: When Bravo’s operation is compromised, they must figure out how to escape undetected from one of the most dangerous countries in the world. The series will air the first four episodes on CBS and then move to Paramount+.
What are your thoughts on Ray saving the day in season 2?