Oh my. I know that. Brain freeze?
I enjoyed this particular episode. My concern/disappointment is more with the series in general with the lack of answers and Red getting away with manipulating both Liz and the FBI. At this point, it seems like there's no limit to Red's ability to get away with whatever he wants. At some point, I'd like to see him knocked down a notch.
The importance of his information is what's problematic. In this case, it felt a bit like the FBI was negotiating with a terrorist. The location of the nukes was so important. How far will the FBI go to satisfy Red's demands? Nukes for a statue. What's next?
Crisis premieres Sunday, March 16 on NBC. It's a thrill ride of a show!
Sabatino's partner was the sniper who was killed. Kensi was sent to Afghanistan to replace him.
That's a good one!
I don't think Laurel will end up being Black Canary. If anything, she'll turn against Oliver and Sara. Perhaps, swayed to Slade's side? And between Laurel and Sara, I think Laurel will die. It would be another death like Tommy's that would propel the story forward.
My comment wasn't very clear now that I read it again. I caught that she "spruced him up." What I was wondering about is how she actually did it and specifically if the dog was part of it. The interaction with the dog was odd. As was the two of them playing cards.
I definitely agree! I don't really mind it on this show nearly as much as like TVD. I was being a tad annoyed and a tad sarcastic. For example, I expect that Fiona will die by the end ... but how do I know she's REALLY dead.
Next week is the fall finale. The show will return in 2014, but no premiere date has been announced yet. The series is picked up for a full season, so there's lots more of The Blacklist to come.
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