I think perhaps the girl in the picture could be Liz's mother; maybe Reds sister and Lizzy is his niece? I think that him being her father is too easy. So Red killed the stewmaker for vengence... For "disposing" of his sister and trying to kill Liz.... His neice. Just some food for thought.
Did anyone else notice from the 2nd or 3rd episode that Red's Bodyguard(the black guy) has a tattoo or mark on his back shoulder is the same thing as the mark on top of the wood box that Lizzy found of her husband, check it out, its the same logo
Given what happened to her this week, I think that Liz should look into being "Chipped" like Red is (so she can be tracked like he is). OTOH: That could introduce problems in situations like Episode 3 where his chip was spotted by the search wand. I still say that the child in the pilot should have been chipped (it would have made it easier to locate her once kidnapped) since they knew an attempt was going to be made.
@Terrie -- The girl in the car wasn't the "FBI gal," who is actually a CIA gal. When Red wanted bodyguards there were 2 a man and a woman (the CIA gal was a 3rd person added by the FBI). The girl in the car with Red was his female bodyguard who is loyal to him.
There was a comment about Red putting his hands behind his head when the FBI barges in. He did this in the park in the pilot after the bomb expert defused the bomb and left with it. This action seems to be his signature when he has gone solo and is reconnecting with the FBI.
As to the box in Liz's home, I get the impression that the home was her husband's from before they married. The hiding place needed to be created before the carpet was laid (it was laid not a free floating "throw" one). That would mean that creating it (and planting the box) would otherwise require pulling up the rug and then be installing it.
Just saw this show for the first time. It is far and away the best psychological crime thriller I have ever watched. I love, love, love James Spader, he's brilliant! It is provocative and riveting. I love how every character and their loyalty is designed to keep the viewer off balance and uncomfortable. In this world of duality, it questions the line between good and evil, right and wrong and makes us entertain the notion that these lines are not as clear as we like to think.
Grimmfan#10: I was going to also to mention it was interesting that Ray and Tom are the only two to call her Lizzy.
The photo was from 1990, the girl in the photo looked to be about 12. So I think it is Ray's daughter.
I still maintain that Tom is being set up. I believe he is innocent. Last week I said that I have a feeling he is being set up and I think it is by Ray. I think he wants her to believe Tom is bad and be so devastated that she kicks him out and the only person she can turn to will be him.
I may be wrong and Tom may really be bad but my gut says he is good.
I think the girl that the Stewmaker got rid of was his daughter. I am still not 100% sure if Liz is his daughter too, but Ray could have had 2 families as he has had many personas over the years.
I too was a little bothered by the fact that he can just leave the country, I know he said he has to keep up appearances but it seems very odd that they FBI give him that much leeway.
I never thought about the woman in the picture being Liz's mom, interesting. Nobody at the FBI is going to see that a picture is missing? I still don't know about Tom. If he is super spy like Red is hinting he is he has to know Lizzy is looking at him. Has anyone else noticed that Red and Tom are the only people who call Liz Lizzy? The Stewmaker was creepy but a little too easy to catch. He has killed what looks like hundreds of people and it was really easy to catch him. Did the FBI not know about a serial killer out there? Also why did the FBI not think more of the dog hair like Red did? Also if I am a killer who is so clean when I kill, I am not bringing my dog along who's hair and or slobber can end up any where. That dog was beautiful by the way. They have great music on this show. Love this show.
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