‘FBI’: Jubal Struggles to Deal With His Emotions in Upcoming Episode

by Anna Dunn
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In an upcoming episode of FBI, Jubal struggles with his emotions. The synopsis for episode 11 of season 4, Grief implies Jubal will really feel the hurt. It’s a heavy title and it looks like it really fits the subject matter of the episode. It’ll focus on a plot that kicked off last year.

Everyone is trying to cope with what happened to Rina. Jubal, of course, is included in this. And he’s taking it very hard. He can’t erase the past. He did everything he could. And while it may not be logical, it seems he feels like he just wasn’t enough.

Not to mention, the case they tackle is going to be an emotional-hard hitter.

“As the team searches for an abducted college co-ed, Jubal becomes intent on obtaining lifesaving leads from the father of the abductor’s previous victim. Also, Jubal continues to grapple with the aftermath of Rina’s condition, leading to a tense encounter with her mother,” the synopsis reads.

The show definitely seems to be digging deeper and deeper into the character. It’ll be interesting to see what happens next with Jubal.

Jubal Actor Jeremy Sisto Is Hopeful ‘FBI’ Can Last For Many More Years

We’re only on season four. So what’s another 16 more? At least, that’s how Jubal actor Jeremy Sisto feels about the FBI series. FBI and Law & Order may be on different networks, but the two shows are produced by the same man: Dick Wolf. Apparently, the new Law & Order reboot is giving Jeremy Sisto hope that FBI could make it for years.

“With the new Law & Order, it’s very exciting,” the FBI star told Cinemablend “I just talked to Anthony and he’s loving it. And Rick is really excited. So it’s fun. I love that it’s continued on; it gives me hope that [FBI] can go on for more than 20 years.”

While many prefer shows that end during their prime, there is something to say for the longevity of shows like this. And it means there would be plenty of time to explore the many emotions of Special Agent Jubal.

Another cool note about both FBI and Law & Order being created by Dick Wolf is that even though the two are on different networks, Dick Wolf has given Sisto hope for a crossover.

“Dick has mentioned to me in the past, ‘Oh, we’re working on a crossover with [FBI and Law & Order:] SVU,’” Sisto said. “But that hasn’t come to fruition yet.”

If you want to catch the next episode of FBI, Grief, you can tune in to CBS on Tuesday at 8/7 Central. The two FBI spinoffs, FBI: Most Wanted and FBI: International also air on the same night.