Spoilers forward for the fourth episode of FBI: Worldwide, known as “American Optimism.”
The FBI: Worldwide motion took the Fly Staff to Spain for “American Optimism,” though Kellett stayed again in Budapest to proceed therapeutic from her gunshot wound. That meant that she missed Forrester and Co. investigating the case of an American citizen who tried to take refuge at america embassy from Spanish authorities who believed he murdered his boyfriend. She additionally missed the remainder of the staff ending the episode at a elaborate gala, dressed to the nines, and that includes a hidden cameo from none apart from star Luke Kleintank’s real-life spouse. And the BTS pictures are lovable!
In case you missed the hidden cameo from Christina Vignaud, a.okay.a. Luke Kleintank’s spouse, have a look earlier than moving into the behind-the-scenes:
Christina Vignaud appeared in the identical scene as her husband, however her position was non-speaking, they usually didn’t get to work together. In actual fact, the gala scene didn’t final all that lengthy, however it was lengthy sufficient to indicate off a room full of individuals dressed their greatest in black-tie formalwear. That meant Forrester and Raines have been in tuxes, Vo was lovely in an extended blue robe, and Jaeger able to hit the ground and dance in an extended black costume. As for Christina Vignaud, she was in a stunning pink costume.
Whereas her character as an envoy’s spouse didn’t appear giddy with pleasure to be on the gala, Christina Vignaud was all smiles behind the scenes with husband Luke Kleintank.
Scott Forrester could save the center eyes for Jamie Kellett, however Luke Kleintank appears like he was fairly excited to have his spouse on set for the gala scene. They undoubtedly each look fancy, and that is probably not one thing that followers will get to see too typically on FBI: Worldwide. The Fly Staff is extra probably to be concerned in chases, interrogations, and possibly even shootouts than rating invites to galas, so this was a enjoyable departure.
Christina Vignaud’s cameo is probably not one which many FBI: Worldwide followers would have caught until they knew a lot about Luke Kleintank in actual life, however the look behind the scenes is fairly darn cute. And truthfully, after a few of the grimmer parts of the case of “American Optimism,” some cuteness is welcome. Though seeing Jaeger fortunately hitting the dance flooring with Raines was undoubtedly value a smile earlier than the ultimate credit rolled on the episode!
“American Optimism” aired shortly after FBI: Worldwide obtained the superb information of CBS ordering a full first season of twenty-two episodes, past the preliminary order for 13. It’s not all that shocking that FBI: Worldwide (together with NCIS: Hawai’i) obtained the large order from CBS; not solely is Worldwide a part of the profitable FBI franchise that takes up the community’s full primetime lineup on Tuesdays, however it scores some spectacular scores by itself, so the long run is brilliant.