Here we are my fellow Strikers….the end of the second, and may I say phenomenal second season. I had a ton of predictions made about how this season would end and none of them rang true. I actually consider that a good thing because it just proves that the writers don’t go for the cliché, instead opting for the surprising. It keeps things fresh, which is the most important aspect to creating a worthwhile show. This season had tensions and body counts running high. There was also an emotional element that last season didn’t have and we’ve seen the characters deal with some pretty heavy emotional turmoil. I love how this show has evolved into something more than mindless explosions and sex, which is a road it could have very easily taken. I’m sad to see that it’s over, but like I said last week, I’m happy it will be back for sure for a third season in 2013. For now, let’s relive the finale.
Well, as much as I hate to say it, we’ve reached the end of the season. With Latif in custody, Grant figured she’d take care of everyone’s problem and immediately went for a gun. Sinclair however stopped her from taking out Latif by putting himself in between the two reminding Grant that they need him to find the two bombers that are on the loose. Grant reluctantly agreed and lowered her weapon ordering Scott and Stonebridge to restrain him and Julia to dress his wound. I gather that was the result of the gunshot we heard last week after Stonebridge took off after him.