[Finale] S.W.A.T. Season 7 Episode 13 Recap: Ending Explained! Deacon Returns

In the exciting season finale of S.W.A.T., called “Twenty Squad,” the special team faces its most dangerous threat yet: the Green Rebellion, a group of violent extremists who want to get even by threatening to set off bombs all over Los Angeles. With the city on lockdown and tensions high, Hondo (Shemar Moore) starts to doubt his leadership skills. This makes the team’s goal to save thousands of lives even more important.

S.W.A.T. Season 7 Episode 13 Recap

At the beginning of the episode, there is a terrible scene: the ecoterrorist group Green Rebellion says that several police officers have died. The city is on high alert, and Commander Hicks calls in all the help he can find to catch the criminals. This includes bringing back Deacon (Jay Harrington), who had left the team before.

The Green Rebellion, which is led by Zane Graham, wants to get back at the cops for killing Zane’s girlfriend Eliza during an operation. Zane and his group are dangerous and well-armed, which makes them a tough opponent for SWAT.

The team is getting more tense as they try to find Zane and his group. Alfaro is being considered for a regular spot on the team, but Tan is still mean to him. Even though Tan isn’t sure about Alfaro, he turns out to be very helpful, especially with his tech skills.

At the same time, Hondo is having trouble with questions about his ability to lead. Recent events have made him feel down, and he’s not sure if he still has what it takes to lead 20-Squad. As time goes on, the city stays on lockdown, and the threat of a big attack grows.

As the team races against time to stop Zane and keep the city from destroying itself, they have to deal with a number of problems. The Green Rebellion stole explosives from a mine and plans to use them to get back at those who hurt them. There is a lot at stake, and the team needs to work together to get through it.

In an exciting ending, Tan and Alfaro work together to defuse a bomb that Zane set off. While Zane is trying to get away, Hondo stops him by attaching a bomb to the oil tanker he is driving. This kills Zane and stops a big disaster.

S.W.A.T. Season 7 Finale: Ending Explained!

At the very end of the show, the team was racing against time to stop the Green Rebellion and keep the city from destroying itself. With the help of FBI Special Agent Jackie Vasquez and Deacon’s choice to come back, the team was able to stop the rebels’ plans and keep the city from being destroyed.

He was able to come back because his wife Annie’s sister stepped in to help with the kids. It was a touching moment. Deacon decides not to retire after learning he misses his job and wants to keep working for SWAT. Hondo also gets back in touch with his father, who is proud of what his son has done as a police officer. Fans were thrilled when this happened because it meant Deacon could keep working with the team.

S.W.A.T. has been picked up for an eighth season. Are Luca and Street going to come back? It looks like they could come back because the show keeps surprising and delighting fans with its interesting stories and interesting characters.

Andrew Dettman, who runs S.W.A.T., talked to TVLine about the end of Season 7 and the show’s extension for Season 8. Dettman talked about Deacon’s return, who was played by Jay Harrington. He said that Deacon’s return was always planned. Dettman wasn’t sure how the storyline about his retirement and return would be accepted, but he thought it worked well in the episode.

Concerning the possibility of Luca and Street coming back, Dettman said there’s no reason why they couldn’t. People thought that Luca’s accident would end his career, but Dettman said that there might be a way for him to come back to the team in the future. When asked about Street, who left to lead the Long Beach SWAT team, Dettman said there was no reason he couldn’t come back.

Coming soon: more “S.W.A.T.” news, sneak peeks, and updates at tvacute.com.

S.W.A.T. Season 7 Episode 10: SNAFU
S.W.A.T. Season 7 Episode 9: Honeytrap
S.W.A.T. Season 7 Episode 8: Doomsday Preppers
S.W.A.T. Season 7 Episode 7: Preview
S.W.A.T. Season 7 Episode 6: “Escape” Synopsis and Release Date
S.W.A.T. Season 7 Episodes 4 & 5 Release Date and What to Expect
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Olivia Wilson is the senior news writer for TV Acute. She spends too much money on collectables and is enamored with movies, comics, and television series. She loves binge-watching and can spend hours talking about movies and TV shows. She can immerse herself into a good story no matter the genre or form and only come out from it when she's had her fill. When she's not writing, she's probably cooking or exploring new places. You can follow her daily exploits on Twitter and Facebook.

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