“FBI: Most Wanted”: Dylan McDermott about “Remy” ends season 3 happy and in his absence of “switch” | Entertaining news

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for the FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 finale “A Man Without a Country.”]

FBI: Wanted ended his third season with a case that required the families of the Refugee Task Force to spend most of their time under protection at Fort Lee in New Jersey, but somewhat surprisingly, it ended on an optimistic note.

After the oligarch, Sark (Rudolf Martin), threatening the city, used Remy Scott (Dylan McDermott), the team found that he had a mole in the FBI, which gave him information about the families of the agents. They have, for the most part, been successful in stopping him from using chemical weapons. Because of the threat only at the end of the episode Remy saw all the missed messages from Judge April Brooks (Wendy Monis) about their “next night” as they discussed before he was called to work. Among her texts: “If you want to stop seeing each other, at least give me a call. It’s childish. ” But the finale ended with the two going to dinner.

McDermott takes us to the finale, including this ending, and shares with Remy what he would like to explore further. (FBI: Wanted has been restored for seasons 4 and 5.)

I spent most of the episode worrying that it would all end with Remy finding out that Sarkov had someone brutally killed April, so I was glad it didn’t happen.

Dylan McDermott: Yes, me too.

Talk about ending the season with Remy happy.

It’s a really good way to do it because you’re right, usually it’s something tragic or some kind of jump. The fact that we’re meeting Remy in a good place is very nice, it’s hopeful, and I think maybe we need a little more of that in the world right now.

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Do you think Remy and April’s relationship can last? Is he ready for a long relationship now?

This is a big question. That’s a good question. I’m not sure that would be a short answer. We’ll see how it all unfolds, but I think at this point it’s really good.

We just met his ex.

That’s right. The relationship for him is certainly troubled, but I think he is a man who keeps trying. That’s what I like about it.

In this episode in the interrogation room with the mole Remy released his angry side.

It’s all fueled by the fact that it’s personal. Because of his brother inside him there is something that every case is personal. So he’s in it. He to the end. Every single case we see in which Remy is involved, he is to the end, including this case. We have not seen this particular side of him, this deadly side. That’s what it definitely is, and he’s holding a hat, but in this episode that hat took off.

Dylan McDermott as Remy Scott's Special Surveillance Agent in the FBI's

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But can this lead to the question of how long he can engage in such matters before it becomes a concern to those around him.

This is true. If there is someone who sometimes can’t be objective, and someone takes it personally, how long can he last? This is also a very good question. But that’s all he is. I don’t think he has a switch when it comes to that. I think he’s an agent who can never hold back.

What do you hope to explore with Remy next season?

I want to see how he develops as a person. I want to see how he is endangered in more situations. I want to see him undercover. I want to see what drives them, what an adrenaline rush for Remy. I want to see more personal things. I want to see what life is like at home for his friend. I want to see what happened to his mother, or sister, or relationship. I think Remy is a guy you want to support, and it’s so cool to play. I love it. If you play a character, you have to love them, otherwise it just won’t work. I love Remy. It’s just something that sometimes makes me want to be like him. When you’re an actor, you play these characters, but you’re not really them, but kind of, “Wow, this is a really cool guy. I would like to be this guy. “

I really like his apartment.

That apartment is sick. You can’t even believe this place. How many floors were there? There were like two full floors. I think they often use it, but next year we will build a set for his apartment. This is absolutely cool. This is where I would live.

FBI: WantedSeason 4, Fall 2022, CBS

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