I continue to be impressed with this show.
One VERY MINOR flaw on this episode.......Red was with the other FBI gal(or did I miss something?) when he called animal control about the dog and the chip......How is it he got to the cabin alone before the rest of the FBI?
I'm still trying to figure out why Red is so obsessed with Liz. Still not completely convinced that he could be her father. I think there is some other reason yet to be revealed and probably won't be until the season finale.
Still don't know what to make of Liz's husband. He was too controlled this episode.....and what of the surveilance on them this week?
This is the quickest hour on tv. So engrossing and smart. I also think it's Liz's Mom in the snapshot. As for the husband, I'm torn. If the box in the floor is a set-up, it was conceived a long time ago and the reveal relied on the blood stained carpet so a lot of planning went into it. However, I really think the husband is the reddest of herrings and the box and it's contents are being used to keep Liz off balance. Great show. Did wonder what the Stewmaker was using to dissolve the bodies. We learned from breaking Bad that some acids don't mix with ceramics, porcelain and plumbing.
I absolutely love this show. And, James Spader gives another Emmy award winning performance as Raymond Reddington!
The husband is too calm and too knowing. He is some sort of operative. Everything is too measured and controlled from him. He is definitely NOT who he proclaims to be. Whether or not he is a good or bad guy, we will have to see... As for Red, he is what he is - at least for now!
I also think the woman was Liz's mother. The way the camera switched from the woman in the photo, to Liz with the exact same facial expression (head turned to the side, and mouth open like the picture), kind of stuck out to me. I don't know whether to trust Tom or not! He's so sweet and likable but these are either a lot of coincidences, a bad cover up, or a good set up. Only time will tell. & Spader is absolutely incredible as Red!
I also wanted to say that this was a great episode. And, Spader was great in Boston Legal and he's great in this!
I don't think that the woman in the picture was so young. That is, I would have guessed her age to be anywhere from 20 to 35. I suppose she could have been a teenager, but I didn't think she was that young ... but did think she might be Liz's real mother, and that Liz was placed with the family that raised her as their own (and probably by Red).
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