Scorpion: Season 2 (2015 - 2016)


Season 2

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Air date: Sep 21, 2015
Air date: Sep 28, 2015
Air date: Oct 5, 2015
Air date: Oct 12, 2015
Air date: Oct 19, 2015
Air date: Oct 26, 2015
Air date: Nov 2, 2015
Air date: Nov 9, 2015
Air date: Nov 16, 2015
Air date: Nov 23, 2015
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In Season 2 of "Scorpion," the team come up against their ex-colleague Mark Collins (Joshua Leonard) and must outsmart him once again. Walter (Elyes Gabel) recovers from his car accident, but struggles to admit emotions were the reason for his loss of control, and Paige (Katharine McPhee) accepts a date with Tim (Scott Porter), which spurs Walter to open up. Meanwhile, Toby (Eddie Kaye Thomas) and Happy's (Jadyn Wong) relationship comes to the attention of the group. But when he tries to propose, Happy must reveal a secret. Elsewhere, Paige insists Walter and Toby see a therapist. Also, Walter does everything in his power to save Megan's (Camille Guaty) life, but with Sylvester's (Ari Stidham) help he realizes it's time to let go. Guest starring Penn Jillette.


Elyes Gabel
as Walter O'Brien
Robert Patrick
as Cabe Gallo
Katharine McPhee
as Paige Dineen
Eddie Kaye Thomas
as Toby Curtis
Jadyn Wong
as Happy Quinn
Ari Stidham
as Sylvester Dodd
Peri Gilpin
as Katherine Cooper
Camille Guaty
as Megan O'Brien
Alana De La Garza
as Adriana Molina
Jamie McShane
as Patrick Quinn
Penn Jillette
as Couples Counselor
Scott Porter
as Tim Armstrong
Travis Van Winkle
as Ensign Nathan Hall
Horatio Sanz
as Haywood Morris
Jeff Corbett
as Captain Steven Jones
Michael Nanfria
as Clarence Woodbury
Jeff Fahey
as Kenneth Dodd
Joshua Leonard
as Mark Collins
Frank Renzulli
as Patrick Grady
Lena Georgas
as Dr. Bennett
Pamela Shafer
as Louise O'Brien
Andy Buckley (II)
as Richard Elia
Billy Wirth
as Mark Willis
Lamar Stewart
as Officer Chris Johnson
Jason Brillantes
as Drug Runner One
Doug Savant
as Wilson Adler
Laird Macintosh
as Captain Jackson
Karla Droege
as Jennifer Pearson
Robbie Troy
as Woman in Cat Sweater
Glenn Keogh
as Sean O'Brien
Willie McGinest
as Willie McGinest
Taylor Handley
as Cody Decker
Tim Halling
as Tough Guy
David Salsa
as Agent Shultz
Jessica Bues
as Hostess
Mike Falkow
as Richards
Ritu Lal
as Anjali
Vania Joseph
as Young Woman
Moronai Kanekoa
as Agent MacLennan
Costa Ronin
as Location Scout
Sean Rosales
as Drug Runner Two
Corey Brill
as Dan Smaisle
Boone Platt
as Soldier #1
Brad Beyer
as Lieutenant Burns
Joseph Tran
as Dr. Nguyen
Frederick Lawrence
as Construction Worker
Rebecca Wackler
as Older Woman
Jeremy Denzlinger
as Todd Wilcox
Troy Doherty
as Alberto
Artie O'Daly
as Receptionist
Alex Frnka
as Stella
Cate Cohen
as Dr. Ritenour
Robert Garcia
as Thug Two
Erika Bowman
as Patricia
Ann Benson
as Mrs. Pandova
Sonya Walger
as Olivia Cromwell
Candace Hammer
as Glasses Woman
Emily Berry
as Check-in Nurse
Mary Bonner Baker
as Dr. Melissa Castillo
Jacob Tudela
as Therapist
Susannah Blinkoff
as Guard Flannigan
Liz Jenkins
as Lot Attendant
Kariem Marbury
as Delivery Man
Joe Piccuirro
as MP Officer
Jeff Galfer
as Quincy Berkstead
Nick Roth
as Fireman
Richard Varga
as James Taggit
Daniel Kash
as Kessler
Eddie Conna
as Guard Parker
Ayumi Hzuka
as Cafeteria Worker
Matthew Bridges
as Therapist #2
Amol Shah
as Manager
Nancy Nave
as Major Janeway
David L. King
as Supervisor Mohan
Keli Daniels
as Art Teacher
Brian D. Mason
as Elevator Bodyguard
Tunisia Hardison
as Female Assistant
Abhi Sinha
as Jon Vrakas
Ketryn Porter
as Customs Officer
Marek Probosz
as Polish Delegate
Carlos Sanchez
as Security Guard
Dash Kolos
as Russian Security Officer
Jules Hartley
as Official
Robbie Alexander
as Fence Bodyguard
Nicole Pulliam
as Social Secretary
Alex Shimizu
as Drama Student #1
Cheryl Gamson
as Reporter #1
Jay Hawkins
as Methane Bodyguard
Aly Sykes
as Drama Student #2
Mark Charran
as OR Nurse
Tiffany Daniels
as Receptionist
Luis Castaneda
as Horatio Pepper
Tiffany Daniels
as Receptionist
Exie Booker
as UN Security Guard
Stephen Butchko
as Nibori Patient
Feikamoh Massaquoi
as Madaky Security Guard #1
Sabrina Texidor
as Assistant
Murray Miller
as Contestant
Grace Julianna
as Sister #2
Jason Welsey
as Fire Rescue
Kevin Thoms
as Reporter
Stephanie Simmons
as Female Reporter
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Critic Reviews for Scorpion Season 2

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

[Season 2 dives] right into Walter and Paige's so-uncomfortable-they're-cute interactions.

Oct 15, 2018 | Full Review…

[Scorpion] features the worst hacking scenes ever broadcast in any medium.

Oct 15, 2018 | Full Review…

[It] dialed back the crazy life or death situations, and we just focused on the reason why we all tune in every week - Team Scorpion.

Oct 12, 2018 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

All in all, a pretty solid premiere, filled with action and lots of twists and turns.

Sep 22, 2015 | Full Review…

It's not just Walter's story, and if season 2 has really gotten one thing right, it's helping to tell the stories of each character.

Oct 12, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Scorpion: Season 2

  • Mar 12, 2019
    Best TV show ever! A genius show, family show, teach us great values too!! Also, funny and smart jokes
  • Mar 11, 2019
    Scorpion is the best!
  • Apr 04, 2018
    good S2! similar plot different thing, well done!
  • Jun 05, 2017
    The episodes just keep getting better.
  • Apr 03, 2017
    Season two is just great, the pretty frequent scientific errors don't interfere with the high level entertainment and actually help teenagers wanting to do a career in science to study more according to Wittengstein studies.
  • Dec 01, 2016
    If you haven’t seen a episode of this exciting brain racing television series. Then you are missing out. This series has something of everything. It has danger and exploding for those people who love a little action to their stories. But for you people who always need a little education in there drama and action, it also has that for you. Because since the whole theme of this story is about a team of geniuses solving problems that nobody else can solve in the time given on a national scale. And with them being geniuses, they find a way to solve these problems use some advance engineering and mathematics. And the more you watch this series, the more you will see how these geniuses that are basically outsiders to this world because of there genius. Become more and more closer to the world and learn more of what it means to be a normal person. But there also some controversy to this whole series. With it being about geniuses, some times the storyline and the methods they use to solve some of there problems may go over some people heads. And some times there may be a slow start to the action part of the story. But even with this small problem, overall this series seems great and hard not to finish after you start.
  • Aug 16, 2016
    es la mejor series de tecnologia
  • May 02, 2016
    Season 2 was going great until Ep 12 and then took a serious plunge in quality. The resolutions to the ever increasing difficulties facing the team have become absurd. The show's formula is also wearing thin. I am hopeful this will be corrected if it gets picked up for a third season.
  • Apr 26, 2016
    Fantastic Show! Witty and Intriguing!
  • Jan 28, 2016
    It's an interesting idea for a show. The plots and the science involved are accurate and sometimes completely ridiculous. I think this is a great show for kids to watch and get interested in science. So, I'm giving this a better rater than I would otherwise. Plus, my husband makes me watch it. I think he has a thing for Paige.

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