‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 Episode 9 will see what the future holds for Jason. He is certainly having trouble with his memory. He couldn’t remember what went down during a mission, and this was a bad sign for the team. This landed the entire team in a military hospital. The mission was going to be a straightforward one, but someone didn’t respond, and one of the members got hit by an RPG. He is now in critical condition. So it was up to Clay to figure out what exactly didn’t click in with the mission.
Recently on the show, Ray believed someone needs to take statements from each member of the team on what went down at their end. Clay was given the responsibility. While the entire team decided to have, fun stay at the hospital as the time was extended. Clay spent time learning from everyone and reconnecting to the dots. In the end, he came to a point where one teammate gave two different statements about the event. Here is a look at what went down in ‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 before we move to Episode 9
‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 Episode 8 Recap
Previously on ‘SEAL Team,’ we opened up with Jason looking at each member of his team down with an injury at the hospital. Jason was hoping it was a straightforward mission, but no. Still, everyone saw it in bright light. Everyone is recovering, hoping to get back home. Anyway, Jason is up for a medal. Although he is not a medal jumper, something is definitely wrong with him. Ray felt the same and wanted Clay to take everyone’s statement. Staring with himself, he gave his view on how things went down at the mission.
Apart from that, things were going weary at the hospital. Things got wearier when the team realized they would be there for 48 hours more. To improve their moods, Ray came up with an idea to play a bunch of games at the hospital to pass the time. Thus, games such as a wheelchair race helped the soldiers cheer up. Clay continued his work and took statements from Sonny as well.
Soon an update on Trent came in. Swelling has continued, and things are serious. If things don’t improve in 36 hours, doctors may have to take desperate measures. Jason blamed himself for Trent’s condition and told how Trent got hit by an RPG. Coming to Clay, he took his statement as the last to analyze things. He realized that from the location where RPG was launched, it couldn’t have hit Trent.
Towards the ending of the episode, Trent’s condition improved. He woke up, and the team celebrated him with a prank. At the same time, Clay, from his recordings, observed two different statements about an event coming out of Jason’s views about the mission. The episode closed with the Doctor informing Jason about him being a prime candidate for Breacher’s syndrome. Probably the reason he might be suffering from Memory problems.
‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 Episode 9 Release Date & Spoilers
‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 Episode 9 doesn’t have a release date or any information regarding it yet. But when it does return, well, the story could pick up with what’s next for Jason. Suffering from Breacher’s syndrome is definitely the reason he is suffering from memory loss. Also reason, the last mission got into such a mess and didn’t go accordingly.
Jason, from the beginning of the last episode, was showing signs of not knowing how his team ended up this way. Clay is one of the few who has figured out what might be wrong with Jason. Now Jason denying his condition further may only lead to more botched missions and many lives on the line. Trent survived, and we can’t expect the same next time. So it’s high time someone should come ahead and speak up, and we are expecting the same from ‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 Episode 9.
‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 Episode 9 Release Time & Streaming Details
As mentioned above, ‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 Episode 9 doesn’t have a release date yet, and there is no news on when the show could return. The Fifth season began with four episodes on CBS before moving to Paramount+. Since then, Paramount+ has been releasing episodes weekly, but the same cant be said about ‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 Episode 9. It is not listed in the schedule, and we hope to hear from CBS soon. Until then, stream all the seasons of ‘SEAL Team’ Season 5 on Paramount+.