Designated Survivor: The conspiracy falls apart

In the season finale of Designated Survivor, the plan to take down the government fell apart. The episode started with Hannah taking off with a bomb in the back of the van and driving it into the Tidal Basin. Lozano and company had wanted to blow up the FBI and blame Hannah for it.

The president and the FBI then decide it’s time to bring in Patrick Lloyd. Only Lloyd was once again ahead of them and escaped through an underground tunnel, but at least they took down all of the cells across the country.

Meanwhile, Whitaker created a fake identity for Lozano so that he could get into the Pentagon. I admit I was annoyed because Lozano’s face should have been plastered everywhere and quite recognizable even with the fake ID, but yet he was still able to get into the Pentagon.

Hannah gets to the Pentagon in time to see Lozano leaving and goes after him. Lozano crashes and jumps out of the car. He ends up running into a house that is under construction. Hannah and Lozano fight and Lozano ends up dead.

Because Whitaker created the ID for Lozano in the White House, Chuck is able to track him and, yes, they finally figured out that Whitaker is the mole.

President Kirkman gives an uplifting speech, but then returns to the White House in time to be told that he’s needed in the Situation Room. That’s where he gets the bad news. The FBI finally figured out why Lozano was at the Pentagon. He stole all of our intelligence information and gave it to Patrick Lloyd.

Do they know where Patrick Lloyd is? Of course, they don’t. The finale ended with Lloyd getting out of a car somewhere with a briefcase. He’s obviously going to try to sell all of the information.

It was a good finale because it set up the next season, but it also was frustrating.

Did you watch the season finale of Designated Survivor?

 

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