Scorpion Season 3 Episode 12 Preview: Cabe’s Life May Be On The Line

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Scorpion Season 3 Episode 12

The upcoming Season 3 Episode 12 of popular TV series Scorpion, based on the life of computer expert Walter O’Brien, is titled “Ice Ca-Cabes”, a rather imaginative if difficult thing to pronounce. The story gets a new lease of life as Cabe is wounded post a grenade explosion and Team Scorpion must save his life. Expect some sort of a cryogenic procedure to take place. Scorpion Season 3 Episode 12 is set to be broadcast on January 2 on CBS.

Scorpion Season 3 Episode 12 Breakdown

The episode listing states,”When a mission in the desert results in exploding shrapnel that seriously wounds Cabe, Team Scorpion must freeze his body in order to save his life.” The name of the episode is suggestive, encompassing the words ‘ice’ and ‘Cabe’. Robert Patrick, who plays Agent Cabe Gallo, is set to be ensconced in ice in the hot and remorseless desert. The title clearly refers to the trials and tribulations that the protagonist will face. One point that is obvious is the desert setting which will be a challenge to overcome. Shrapnel, as we know, is when a bomb or a grenade explodes, spreading deadly flying metal everywhere. This will affect Cabe, resulting in his getting injured and then being rescued by the team.

Scorpion Season 3 Episode 12: A ‘Freezing’ Ordeal

Team Scorpion freezes Cabe’s body to save him. Hence the cryogenic solution to the team’s problems. An average episode of the series runs for about 45 minutes, leaving plenty to the imagination. The episode is helmed by the writing team of David Foster & Nick Santora and it will be directed by Jeff T. Thomas. Catch Scorpion Season 3 Episode 12 after the season break on January 2, 2017, on CBS at 10 PM Eastern Time/Pacific Time on the CBS Television Network. This will be the 58th episode of Scorpion’ overall.

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