The FBI Season 4 finale was set to air on Might 24, however that day, a Texas college taking pictures left 19 kids and two lecturers lifeless. Not solely was the case comparable, however there was going to be a private storyline for Jubal (Jeremy Sisto). Viewers will now get to see that episode.
“Prodigal Son” has been slotted in to air within the slot of what would have been the third episode of Season 5, on Tuesday, October 4 at 8/7c. The logline reads: “Because the workforce investigates a lethal theft that garnered a cache of automated weapons for the killers, they uncover one of many perps is a classmate of Jubal’s son [Caleb Reese Paul], who’s reluctant to cooperate with the case.”
The episode is airing two weeks after the Season 5 premiere, which noticed some stress for Jubal when it got here to his household with Tyler’s fifteenth birthday celebration ending up conflicting with a case involving a kidnapped teen. Tyler hadn’t smiled in weeks, Sam (Mara Davi) admitted to Jubal, and he was having a tough time making buddies (with solely three RSVPs for the celebration). Jubal figured it was simply typical highschool stuff, however Sam revealed that Tyler was consuming alone within the library and he or she heard him crying in his room, however he didn’t wish to discuss it. The leukemia was actually affecting him, she defined, and he was insecure about his well being.
Then Jubal couldn’t reply Tyler’s name in the course of the case. When he didn’t reply his return name, Jubal known as Sam, who revealed some classmates went to a Mets recreation as an alternative of the celebration. Tyler was having a tough time coping with it. By the point Jubal might verify his messages, Tyler had despatched fairly just a few asking the place he was — and one from Sam learn, “All the time good to know that work is extra essential than your son.” Tyler was asleep when Jubal stopped by to see him on the finish of the episode.
That’s all associated to the season’s theme of “steadiness,” showrunner and govt producer Rick Eid advised TV Insider. “We’ll see characters struggling to steadiness their all-consuming work lives with their private lives. No matter how onerous they fight, it’s a troublesome needle to string.”
FBI, Tuesdays, 8/7c, CBS