The goal is to save their baby. Not their marriage.


Just because it was gossip doesn’t mean it’s not true.


Best lead just went cold.


Maggie: We have 2 hours to get on top of this.
OA: Kidnappers gave them 24.
Maggie: 75 percent of abducted kids never make it or killed within 3 hours. That email came an hour ago.

Dana: Fletcher felt he was doing the right thing and was punished for it. So what is his endgame?
Jubal: Uh, well, could just be ego. He sounded the alarm on nuclear safety, so a catastrophe proves him right.
OA: I'm telling you, it's revenge. Now he works with the other side.

Jubal: Ladies and gentlemen, meet the impressive Jake Fletcher. Nuclear engineer and one of our ten most wanted. Charged with disclosing top-secret government documents claimed as a crime of conscience. Kris?
Kris: Fletcher, Jake. Ph.D. Was a resident inspector at Arrowpoint. Then, three years ago, an internal investigation was initiated into coworker claims that he became paranoid and abusive.
Jubal: Report confirmed that he created a toxic environment. He was fired six months later. Fletcher claimed he was set up because he wouldn't stay quiet about problems at the plant. He then released classified documents online.

Jubal: Alright, so a murdered investigator and her fugitive boyfriend tried to sabotage a nuclear power plant. It didn't work.
Kristen: Got an APB out on Jake Fletcher.
Jubal: He'll pop his head up.
Dana: Hopefully before it's too late. Alright, what do we know about whistleblowers?
Maggie: Well, we know they get attacked from every side.
Dana: Friends, even family turn against them from the fallout. They feel persecuted.
OA: Persecuted? He dumped state secrets to the public.
Maggie: Sometimes the public needs to know.

Maggie: Wait! Wait, I want to see her face.
Plant Owner: Don't get too close. She's radioactive.
Maggie: How did that happen?
Plant Owner: There was a problem with the fuel pools last night.
Maggie: Fuel Pools?

Dana: What are we missing? Criminal snipers are usually looking to retake control in their lives. Long range killing from a commanding position fulfills that need.
Maggie: I don't know. It feels like this guy has a more specific plan.Where he staked out his position, when he's going to strike. There has to be some connection between the victims.
Dana: We haven't found it.
Maggie: What if it's not the people but it's the locations? Maybe the victims aren't even connected, but the places are. They have meaning to him.
Dana: Work that angle.

Jubal: There are over ten thousand black SUVs in the city alone.
Dana: Did NYPD run stolen black SUVs?
Maggie: Yes, back six months.
OA: They're trying to narrow it down using the video from the bridges going into Staten Island.
Jubal: Probably best not to put this out to the press.
OA: It worked in Boston.
Jubal: We could have mobs attacking every black SUV in the city.
Maggie: People are panicked. They're locking themselves in their apartments, schools and businesses are closing.

Maggie: I would say he is better than damn good. Maybe a competitive shooter? Or a hunter? Maybe military?
OA: I'm going with door number three.
Maggie: Why?
OA: A hunter doesn't go for the head. I don't see any shell casings. A competitive shooter would've left his brass for someone else to clean up.
Maggie: Well, that leaves military then.
OA: These buildings. It's a fishbowl. No way he would have camped out here in the open. He needs cover.

Maggie: Three bullets, three kills.
OA: All headshots on moving targets. Our shooter is damn good at what he does.

FBI Quotes

Maggie: I never saw Emmett Grant, but I can't get him out of my head
OA: A lot of people made it out of that building because of you. That matters.

OA: I haven't seen grenades like these since West Point.
Maggie: These are U.S. Army?
OA: Not anymore. They got way more high tech stuff now.