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‘FBI’ Season 6: Katherine Renee Kane Talks, Tiffany’s Guilt

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A few weeks ago, Katherine Renee Kane, who plays Special Agent Tiffany Wallace on FBI,” talked to a TV insider about how her character’s feelings changed at the Season 6 beginning. Once Tiffany has talked to Jubal (Jeremy Sisto), she steps up and becomes more outspoken, which shows how her character has changed. This leads to a terrible event: Hobbs (Roshawn Franklin), a coworker, dies during a secret operation, and the terrorist they were after is still on the run.

Kane says Tiffany has trouble controlling her feelings and making clear choices because of things that happened to her in the past. She is naturally brave, though, and she can do anything she sets her mind to. Tiffany shows that she is a good leader when she takes charge in the field, but she has a hard time dealing with the fallout from the operation because she feels both angry and guilty.

The episode ends with a touching salute to Hobbs, but Tiffany stays by herself and can’t fully take part in the ceremony. Kane says Tiffany is still having a hard time dealing with Hobbs’ death and her need for justice and closure while the bomber is still on the loose.

Kane thinks that Tiffany will continue to grow as a person and as a worker in the future. She wants to learn more about Tiffany’s family life and thinks that her relationship with Scola (John Boyd) could grow, showing how their different points of view complement each other and how well they work together.

Overall, Kane’s insights into Tiffany’s character show how complicated and deep her part is. They also promise an interesting journey for viewers as Tiffany faces the challenges ahead.

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