Don’t miss Celebrity Myxer’s recap of Season 3 Episode 14 of FBI: Most Wanted titled “Shattered.”
The squad is on the trail of an abusive man on the hunt for his ex-girlfriend, who is attempting to flee for good. Jess and Sarah also make arrangements to go on a dream vacation together. Here’s what you’ve been missing!
Spoilers for FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 14
The fourteenth episode of FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 is titled “Shattered.” A woman will seek to flee her abusive ex-boyfriend who is stalking her.
The group will go for the abusive male before he does something critical to his former spouse.
In the meantime, Jess LaCroix and Sarah (Jen Landon) will plan a trip together. They plan to take a break and spend it with each other. Let’s hope the couple gets their happily-ever-after soon.
Later this month, Dylan McDermott (Law & Order: Organized Crime) will join Most Wanted as the new team leader.
— FBI: Most Wanted (@MostWantedCBS) March 8, 2022
Watch “Shattered” from Season 3 Episode 14 of FBI: Most Wanted.
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FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 14 Recap
Since he snuck away to a party while his parents were at a lavish dinner party, an adolescent rushed home to beat his parents.
A disturbed man brandished a revolver and held the teen at gunpoint, demanding to know who the man from the hospital the night before was.
The enraged man shot the adolescent in the heart since the father had no idea what he was talking about. If he didn’t give the correct response, his mother was next…
With Tali away at boarding school, Jess and Sarah were left with an empty nest. In the few years they had been together, he had never taken a holiday (he was all about work).
They decided to try freebirding, going on an excursion to somewhere new, and making the experience all about them. Unfortunately, Jess’s duty called, and she was forced to travel to New Jersey to work on a case.
The call came to LaCroix and the crew at Johnson’s house, where all three had been slain! The murderer had murdered the entire family and slept in their bed before departing the following day. They discovered the man was a junkie named Harley Ross.
Harley broke into the home of Allen, the man he was looking for. He tied and shackled the man, then played Russian Roulette with his wife.
A website was given up by the man. The pair was assassinated in cold blood by FBI agents next!
Harley’s last known location, a hospital, was probed by LaCroix and Barnes when the violent man became enraged when Lucy was hospitalised.
Allen and his wife were assassinated for simply assisting Lucy at the hospital. Because of the woman’s treatment, Dr. Johnson and his family were killed.
The agents examined the suspect’s residence and discovered that he was addicted to alcohol and narcotics. They discovered blood and indicators that a woman had been residing there.
They discovered a broken laptop and hoped to get additional information on it. They quickly abandoned the premise that his murder spree was linked to narcotics trafficking.
They came up with a fresh theory: his ex-girlfriend, Lucy Carver, was fleeing Harley. He was on a mission to find his ex-girlfriend!
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Shot by an Angel
The website was discovered to be a front for abuse victims by the feds during their investigation. It operated as a safe haven for victims of abuse, similar to an Angel Shot for Tinder dates.
Agents were able to locate the administrator. She explained how the operation was carried out. It was created with the intention of remaining incognito.
They eventually tracked down the woman who had picked Lucy up. LaCroix appreciated the network.
Meanwhile, Harley used the website to locate out the woman who was transporting Lucy. Harley charged at her and began drowning her in a nearby well.
Agents almost missed Harley and were able to save the drowned woman. Ortiz pursued Harley but was unsuccessful.
Following Harley’s movements led to an autobody shop run by an ex-con with whom he had previously served time in prison. Harley’s whereabouts were followed by the feds.
Meanwhile, Harley tracked down Lucy, who was suffering from a fractured arm. She was looking for a place to stay with an older couple.
Ortiz was the first to arrive at the residence, killing the elderly couple before fleeing with her in their car.
Lucy had a kid and kept it hidden from Harley, according to further inquiry. The team’s focus moved to locating the child.
They were successful since the youngster had been placed for adoption and required a bone marrow transplant. When Harley found out he had a child, he became enraged and demanded to meet her.
Harley barged into the hospital where his daughter Mia was being treated. He only glimpsed her for a few seconds before agents barged in and forced him to flee.
Lucy was bound when LaCroix went out the rear. He was ambushed by Harley. LaCroix drew his gun and fired numerous times, while Harley also fired several times.
Harley was murdered by other operatives, but LaCroix was shot in the neck and died!
Agents Barnes and Gibson came to Sarah with Jess’ bleeding FBI badge to deliver the awful news. The Bureau arranged for Sarah and Byron to board a plane and fly to Tali’s boarding school to deliver the worst news she’d ever received.
‘FBI: Most Wanted’ Season 3: Is Jess leaving the show?
Yes. Julian McMahon announced to fans on January 22, 2022 that he would be departing FBI: Most Wanted.
On the April 12th episode, another character (played by Dylan McDermott as Richard Wheatley of Law & Order SVU/Organized Crime) will take his place.
Why Did Jess LaCroix (Julian McMahon) Leave ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ Season 3
Julian McMahon wanted to explore other “artistic interests,” but that was all that was revealed.
“Over the past few months, the producers of FBI: Most Wanted and I have had discussions concerning my departure from the programme in favour of further creative projects and the transfer of my character Jess LaCroix,” McMahon said in a statement to Deadline in January 2022.
— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) March 9, 2022
These ongoing discussions have provided us the opportunity to plan a smooth and constructive exit for me from the show.”
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