Failure is not an option for the Navy SEALs - the world’s most elite, special ops forces, these stealthy and fearless warriors conduct high-risk clandestine missions against impossible odds. And when they return to the home front they face stress of a different nature. Keeping secrets, deploying at a moment’s notice, and the knowledge that each assignment could be their last takes a toll on them and their families. But their unbreakable oath and patriotism compel them to persevere.
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Just finished watching Dirt, Dirt, Gucci (s02e16).
I am so tired of the drama with Ray. He has taken out how many people over the course of his career, and ONE baddie dies in his custody without receiving last rites and we have half a dozen episodes of angry, soul searching Ray, drinking, treating his wife and family like shit, jeopordizing the teams safety 'cause of course he goes out on the missions (just like when he had the bad shoulder) and none of the 'team' notices that anything is wrong, Fix Ray, or just write him out of this story.
Also tired of Jason Hayes and his problems. NO, he doesn't have problems, everyone around him has problems. He just goes ahead and does what he wants. Concussion to the point he can't see, that's okay, go overseas on a mission. Wife dies and the youngish Michael should have a caregiver, nope older daughter Emma can take over dead wifes job, go overseas on a mission. Daughter wants to go to college, pretend to support her, go overseas on a mission. Daughter needs money to apply to college, nope give up your dream Emma, you don't want student loans, go overseas on a mission. Time to retire Jason. or just write him out of this story.
Nearing the end of the season so the writers still have time to take this show out of the soap opera category and put it back into action/drama