SEAL Team Season 4: Here is why we don’t think Clay is leaving Bravo
One of the biggest questions needing answered in SEAL Team Season 4 is about Clay. Is he really going to leave Bravo? We do not think he will and not because he had a change of heart.
During SEAL Team Season 3, Clay caused tension within Bravo after deciding he was going to STA-21. The season ended with Clay still with Bravo, but on his final deployment. SEAL Team Season 4 will pick up this story and understandably fans want to know if Clay is really going to leave the team.
We personally don’t think this is going to happen. In the end, Clay will stay with Bravo Team, but not because he had a change of heart. Instead, something is going to come up involving Clay that will see the opportunity of STA-21 pulled from under his feet.
Remember a few episodes prior to the season finale. When it emerged someone from Bravo released classified information in order to make the public aware how much of a hero the senator, who was killed in an early episode, really was?
It was revealed to us when Blackburn told Jason about it and, for the moment, it is going to stay between them. At least until the end of deployment.
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Well, we think the member of Bravo who leaked the information was Clay. He took the death of the senator the hardest and he took it even more personal when her name was being dragged through the mud. His new girlfriend works within the government and she also had a connection with the senator. So not only is she easily poised to take such sensitive information and see it distributed correctly. She had a motive as well.
So, in saying all that. Our theory goes like this. Bravo returns from deployment. The investigation of who leaked the classified information begins. Clay is found to be the one. His overall character as a person is questioned and as part of his disciplinary he is no longer able to go to STA-21.
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If this does come to be. It sucks for Clay. The guy has worked hard and his intentions are ultimately good. So we would feel really bad for him. But it would mean he stays with Bravo Team. Making us really unsure how to feel about this theory.
What do you think? Will Clay leave Bravo Team for STA-21 in SEAL Team Season 4? Or do you think our crazy theory is correct? Drop a comment just below sharing your thoughts.
7 thoughts on “SEAL Team Season 4: Here is why we don’t think Clay is leaving Bravo”
He will stay with bravo
I think your scenario is definitely plausible. However, I would suggest he told the girlfriend ala pillow talk and she is the one who took the story and ran with it. The investigation tracks the leak to her and subsequently to him. He’s guilty because he shouldn’t have been sharing with her. She’s guilty because she took action to leak it to interested parties. So, bad judgement on his part. Willful action on her part. He loses Sta-21 and the relationship with Rebecca goes south. He stays with Bravo.
I think he will stay with Bravo cause that is his “home”…he belongs there. He doesn’t belong with STA-21 and when he decides to stay with Bravo Rebecca is going to dump him but not before he finds out what she has been up to(remember she is very shady also) and he will end back up with Stella.
I think STA-21 gets taken away from Clay… but erroneously. I think Vic was the leak but they don’t figure it out until the deadline has passed leaving Clay ineligible by they time they resolve it.
I think Clay did not reveal the information, it’s his girlfriend Rebecca, I do think she cares for him but at the same time it’s justice for her boss. So bad judgement for Clay to trust Rebecca and her being the betrayal that going behind Clay and hurt his team, more importantly, his career and life.
I don’t know what to think but sure wish more seal action would take place. It’s the best part of the show. It would make me happy if the team stayed intact the way it use to be.
Just a thought, is there another way for Clay to go to Officer school other than STA 21?
And if he is so “hot’ then why would the Navy pull the plug on him?
I would like him to stay with BRAVO, as he is head and shoulders above the lot of them intellectually, and the whole SEAL movement cou;d do with some rebooting, after the problems real life SEAL’s are causing at the moment.