The season two finale of “SEAL Team” looks like it’s going to be awesome with the episode “Never Out of the Fight.”
The plot, according to the YouTube description, is, “Bravo team’s future is on the line when Commander Shaw (Peter Jessop) recommends they be split up, but Jason’s unit has one final mission to prove him wrong.” (RELATED: ‘SEAL Team‘ Star Max Thieriot Discusses Season 2, Teases Some ‘Great Action’ In Coming Episodes)
In the short preview, the audience can hear Shaw say the team is getting broken up, we see Brett’s funeral, and it looks like Ray is at a baptism.
Give it a watch below.
They can’t split up Bravo, right? There’s no way in hell that’s going to happen. Bravo shows up and shows out together, and it won’t be the same if Jason, Sonny, Clay (who is still recovering from his bombing injuries) and Ray aren’t together anymore. (RELATED: New ‘SEAL Team’ Episode ‘My Life For Yours’ Is Chilling And Full Of Action)
I just don’t see it happening, especially after Ray’s awesome redemption arc in the last episode.
It also looks like Brett’s funeral is going to be incredibly sad, but I’m glad the show continues to shine a light on the mental health problems our veterans deal with.
It’s not easy to watch, and that’s a good thing. CBS and the show have a gigantic platform for people to see the darkness and ugliness of what can happen when the deployments end for some of these guys.
Brett’s suicide was a brutal reminder of what veterans go through and how often we fail them as a society.
Tune in next Wednesday night on CBS for the season two “SEAL Team” finale. You know I’ll be watching, and it looks like it’s going to be outstanding.
We’ve had a hell of a great season, and I have no doubt we’ll go out with a bang.