Mia Rochland, Rogue
Mia Rochland (Ashley Greene)
Mia Rochland was introduced in season 3B as a new regular character and NSA contractor who had stolen information and ended up working for lead character Ethan Kelly. They slept together on several occasions. At the end of season 3, Ethan betrayed Mia and in season 4 she came back to seek revenge.
In season 4 episode 3 Mia was revealed to be bisexual, when she went to see her ex-girlfriend Sadie. Sadie wasn’t happy to see Mia who had left her, but after an apology and passive aggressive conversation (Sadie slapped Mia and told her she hated her), they started kissing and it was implied they had sex. The following morning, Sadie helped bandage Mia who had a gunshot injury. Mia was planning to blackmail $50M from Ethan Kelly (by threatening his niece’s life) and Sadie agreed too help.
Mia and Sadie had a 5 episode arc together while trying to blackmail Ethan and mostly portrayed as antagonists (easily falling into the evil bisexual trope), at the end of which, Sadie betrayed Mia who was killed off.
4×04 “The Determined and the Desperate”
The following episode, Sadie and Mia were taking photos for new passports, preparing to run away once Mia got the $50M. Mia came back with $500k instead and Sadie still wanted them to run with the money, but Mia refused: “do you have any idea what I had to go through with this guy, the things that I had to do? I had him all over me, I had his dick inside me. It makes me sick. And now he thinks that he can take what’s mine?”
Sadie tried to reason with her but Mia added that she had come back to get what was hers. Sadie: “I thought you came here for me”. Mia apologized later and added she was doing everything for the two of them. Sadie again tried to convince her to take the money and go, Mia instead suggested they take some of the money and treat themselves.
They got dressed up, went to a restaurant, and Mia gifted Sadie a necklace. A man sitting at the bar sent over a bottle of champagne, and Mia decided to have some fun. They went over to him and started mocking him. Mia: “look at her, and now look at you. What makes you think that if I can fuck that, that I’d ever want to fuck you”. Mia and Sadie went back to their apartment, and Mia asked Sadie to “imagine living like that, every day, like a fucking queen”. That evening they spent almost $60k and Mia convinced Sadie that in order to live like that needed to get the $50M from Ethan. Sadie agreed, they kissed. The next day, Sadie followed through with Mia’s threats and ran over Ethan’s young niece.
4×05 – 4×07
Sadie was feeling guilty and scared, and Mia tried to reassure her. Sadie yelled that she wasn’t like Mia and couldn’t turn off the part of her brain that felt compassion, and once again tried to convince Mia to run away. After their argument, Sadie went to the hospital to check if the girl was ok, and Mia and Sadie fought again after Mia found out.
Sadie revealed more of their backstory: she had helped Mia hack into the NSA and as a result spent 16 months in jail because she refused to give up Mia’s name in exchange for probation. She was also raped while in jail. Sadie then packed her bags and wanted to leave, but Mia admitted Ethan had come up with another 800k, and agreed to run away. They kissed and had sex.
Their relationship continued to deteriorate, and episode 6 ended with Mia pointing a gun at Sadie. They had broken into a woman’s house, Mia shot her husband who came out with a gun, and Mia then wanted to kill the woman, because she was a witness, but Sadie stepped in front of her.
In episode 4×07, Sadie’s final episode on the show, Sadie ended up siding with Ethan and she betrayed Mia by shooting her in the back and leaving her to get murdered by a Chicago cop, Patrick Finnegan, who was looking for her.
- 3x11 - 4x07
Female love interests:
- Sadie Newsom (Eve Harlow, guest, 5 episodes)
Relationship story arc with a woman: Yes
Male love interests:
- Ethan Kelly (Cole Hauser, main cast, 33 episodes)
Relationship story arc with a man: Yes
Filter Relationship Arc:
Storyline during sweeps? No
 A relationship story arc is defined as explicit, developed on screen, and lasting more than 3 episodes. It is listed as questionable or subtext if romance is only implied, mentioned instead of shown on screen, part of a dream sequence, or otherwise not explicit for the viewer.
 Sweeps episodes air in February, May, July and November, the periods when advertising rates are set. A character is marked as "sweeps" when there is a very limited number of episodes that address their sexuality, all air during sweeps period, and the storyline is otherwise ignore/dropped.