Episode 17 of FBI Season 4 Date and Time of Release: FBI Season 4 Episode 17 “One Night Stand,” will be released on April 12, 2022.
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FBI Season 4 Episode 17 Release Date
Let’s say that we’re getting back into the habit of getting another week of repeats before the show returns. We’ve had two new episodes in a row, but no new one will be on Tuesday, April 5. For the time being, the following new episode, titled “One Night Stand,” is scheduled to air on April 12.
For the record, another one titled “Fear Nothing” is scheduled for April 19. There’s a chance we’ll get more episodes in a semi-consecutive order until the end of the season, but a lot depends on when CBS wants to set their finale dates. The FBI: International and FBI: Most Wanted spin-offs are the same.
There’s a good chance that by the time the show returns, we’ll have more information about a possible season 5! We’re hoping for more episodes, and the entire franchise appears to be returning shortly.
Many of these decisions are typically made in late March or early April, so perhaps that will be the case here as well.
Of course, we hope that we’ll have more information on episode 17 by this time next week. After all, it would be nice to have something to look forward to here!
FBI Season 4 Episode 17 Cast Details
Alana De La Garza (Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille)
John Boyd (Special Agent Stuart Scola)
Katherine Renee Turner (Special Agent Tiffany Wallace)
Missy Peregrym (Special Agent Maggie Bell)
Zeeko Zaki (Special Agent Omar Adom ‘OA’ Zidan)
Jeremy Sisto (Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine)
Vedette Lim (Elise Taylor)
James Chen (Ian Lim)
Roshawn Franklin (Agent Hobbs)
Thomas Philip O’Neill (M.E. Dr. Neil Mosbach)
FBI Season 4 Episode 16 Recap
On FBI Season 4 Episode 16, ICE Agent Mike Mulder was shot twice and killed by a sniper during an ICE vs. DEA charity hockey game. Others who were injured received minor injuries.
Congressman Curtis Grange (played by Brett Cullen) did, however, attend the game. The working theory was that someone was out to get the federal agent.
When Agents OA and Wallace arrived on the scene, there wasn’t much footage available other than from the Congressman’s film team.
OA, on the other hand, was struck by Grange’s demeanour upon first meeting him, as the hotshot politician had already blamed the attack on a leftwing extremist and chastised the agent for not arriving sooner.
He even made a remark about OA’s ancestry. OA reassured the man, telling him it was too soon to speculate on who was responsible for the attack.
Grange assured OA that the assailants would be brought to justice and boasted about his high-ranking friends.
A search of the area revealed a locker room near the ice rink where the shooter could hide and flee. OA discovered the shell casing.
The round exhibited distinct characteristics, according to ballistics results. The ATF already had a database on custom rounds, and a hit was returned on a local gunsmith named Jim Weaver. It’s time to grill him!
Agents Bell and Scola paid a visit to Jim’s garage and pressed him for information, which he provided. The team followed up on leads that led to a right-wing extremist attorney named Brad Baker.
When OA and Wallace arrived at the man’s law office, he bolted on a motorcycle. A sniper rifle was discovered during a search of his office.
The Feds followed him to an abandoned warehouse, where he surrendered. When Bell and Wallace interrogated him, he claimed he was not involved despite the evidence. Then he hired a lawyer.
Just when they thought the case was closed, they discovered Grange had posted a tasteless video full of his propaganda in order to force his agenda. He displayed the shooting scramble and boasted, “This will continue to happen unless America takes out its trash!”
The team paid close attention to the video, and the shots indicated rapid-fire, which the Baker’s gun was not capable of. They suspected they had the wrong man, and their suspicions were confirmed when a judge was shot with the same M.O!
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When agents arrived on the scene, they discovered that the judge had taken two punches to the chest, just like Mulder. The Feds interviewed Vince, the judge’s assistant, who stood next to her.
He informed them that they were not supposed to be in that courthouse and that he suspected the shooter was spying on the judge.
When the tech team discovered she had a trojan virus on her laptop, they shifted their focus to finding a tech-savvy shooter. They led them to Oscar Rodriguez, who had a grudge against both the ICE agent and the judge.
When the feds broke into his house, they discovered research materials on deportation law. They discovered a photo of Oscar and Brad hugging as well as a handwritten letter.
Agents questioned Brad about the letter, his relationship with Oscar, and his decision to flee. When Agent Mulder arrested Oscar’s parents for deportation, he explained Oscar’s anguish.
His parents, who had lived in the United States for over two decades, were deported by the judge. When they returned, they were gunned down and dumped in a ditch, which made Oscar snap! Oscar snatched Brad’s guns and was enraged with a vengeance.
Brad refused to assist the FBI in locating him, so they hacked Oscar’s laptop and discovered he sent a trojan virus to Grange. Grange was saved from death by agents who rushed to intercept him! The shooter managed to flee.
The FBI approached Grange and gave him an update on Oscar. They proposed providing him with protection while he toured, and OA volunteered to protect the man. Despite OA’s advice, he decided to speak at a fundraiser later that day.
OA and Grange were given the opportunity to speak openly. Grange asked OA why he didn’t like him, and he stated unequivocally that his campaign was anti-immigrant and filled with hatred for them, which is what this country was founded on.
OA made Grange realise the real reason he was upset: his wife was murdered by an illegal alien nearly a decade ago. Now that they’d reached an agreement, OA insisted on him wearing a bulletproof vest. The team scoured the rooftops but didn’t have their sights set on Oscar.
They erected bulletproof glass behind which Grange could speak. He continued to spew his hatred propaganda. Grange was shot in the neck and died instantly as he stepped out from behind the glass to greet the donors!
Scola pursued Oscar after spotting him fleeing. Oscar was cornered, grabbed an innocent girl on the street, held a gun to her head, and then ran into a bodega.
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Although the Feds devised a strategy to talk him down, the rest of the team outflanked him around the back. They brought Brad to the scene in order to talk Oscar down.
While OA and Scola breached the rear, Wallace entered to negotiate with the man. While agents crept inside, she reasoned with the man. Wallace drew Brad inside, and Oscar opened up and became agitated. Agents were stationed directly behind him, and he chose to turn and fire, but OA opened up on him, striking him twice in the chest. Oscar passed away.
Later on, OA did more research on Grange and came to understand his twisted agenda a little better. Grange and Oscar both blamed the immigration system. OA paid a visit to Grange’s home to see his son Ethan, with whom he formed a bond in order to offer him an application to join the FBI in the future.