SEAL Team season 5: What’s wrong with Jason Hayes?

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SEAL Team returned for the start of series five on Sunday, October 10, on CBS. There has been plenty of drama already with the team narrowly avoiding a possible Third World War. But while the team’s operation was a success, the second instalment Trust, But Verify: Part 2 ended on a sad note.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from SEAL Team. 

What’s wrong with Jason Hayes?

In the first two episodes of season five, it was made clear there was something wrong with Jason Hayes (played by David Boreanaz).

He has been more forgetful, losing track of little things and potentially endangered all of their lives in the latest instalment.

Jason left a probe used to safely cross a minefield behind which would have let the North Koreans know they were there if they had found it.

Thankfully, Jason managed to retrieve it just in time but it could have caused a lot of problems if he hadn’t. 

Clay Spenser (Max Thieriot) commented on the way home: “Figures, Jason Hayes has the slightest mental glitch and nearly causes Armageddon. Man does nothing halfway.”

Episode two then ended with Jason looking in his fridge and trying to note down everything that was inside.

However, he kept missing off items which worried not only him but viewers at home.

So it isn’t looking too good for Jason as his memory issues could once again put his team in danger.

Jason has suffered head injuries in the past and it appeared he mostly came away from them unscathed.

But his memory loss may be a long-term effect of these incidents which could mean that he has a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury).

Another possibility is Jason is suffering from stress and or depression.

Headaches and problems with memory can also be linked to issues with memory.

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This is expected to be an ongoing storyline for season five.

So it may be a while before fans can find out for sure what is wrong with Jason.

But if he continues to put his team’s lives in jeopardy, this may impact his role as Bravo 1.

If you do want to watch the entirety of season five though, then you’re going to have to pay the price.

Earlier this year, it was announced that SEAL Team would be leaving CBS.

The army drama will be making its way to streaming service Paramount Plus after the first four episodes.

In order to watch episode five and beyond, viewers will need to become subscribers, paying $5.99 per month for access to the rest of SEAL Team.

SEAL Team is available to watch on CBS.

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