Need to catch up on episode 11? Read the recap here.
Quantico is finally back in our lives! Here's a rundown of what happened in “Alex.”
The shocking attack in the last episode killed Clayton Haas, as well as several other agents.
Alex is sticking by her testimony as trials related to the attacks continue. She believes Elias’ story, that there's another terrorist out there who was pulling the strings. No one believes her because there's no evidence; everyone treats her as if she's just traumatized and not thinking clearly.
Shelby hates her now - the entire world knows she slept with Clayton, and the criticisms and paparazzi presence have ruined her life. Strangely enough, Natalie remains Alex’s friend.
To make things even more complicated, Duncan, one of the hackers who helped Alex, commits suicide. His message to her is that he felt he didn't have a choice. Ryan reveals that Duncan made a plea deal with the DA and was on his way to prison, so he killed himself.
Shockingly, Alex goes into court and officially reverses her statement. (Something is very suspicious about that.) Ryan, who tried to tell her to give up on her conspiracy just the day before, is now upset because she lied under oath. Can't please him, huh? Sheesh.
Alex gets a phone call from an electronically disguised voice who claims to be the terrorist she's been looking for.
During the flashbacks to Quantico, the recruits end up in a training exercise with a group a year ahead of them in training. Hostility is an understatement - that gets even worse when Liam and Miranda force them to be permanent room- and classmates.
Charlie was kidnapped by an extremist group and refuses to tell anyone what he heard and saw, afraid for his life. Raina manages to get the names of the kidnappers from him.
Alex's mystery caller manages to get a hold of Natalie and strap a bomb to her, which she reveals to Alex. Uh-oh.