Liz finds out more information about her family on The Blacklist. "Miles McGrath" is the third episode of the show's fourth season.
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Finally! Liz looks like she’s been saved, and it seems to be a happy reunion. But where is Red? And where is Alexander Kirk?
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Agnes is still in the clutches of Mato. But where did Mato’s shirt go? Is he doing laundry and singing lullabies to Agnes while he waits? It’s probably much more sinister than that, and Red better hurry up and save that baby!
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Ressler won’t stop until he helps get Liz back from Alexander Kirk. He’s working with the local police to get things done, and you can be sure he’ll lead the charge in to rescue her.
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Red must be taking a quiet stroll through the woods to come up with his master plan to find Liz. Or maybe he’s nearly found her.
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Dembe is locked and loaded. He could either be guarding the door and getting ready to bust it down. You don’t want to mess with Dembe.
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Surely, Red and Mr. Kaplan have hashed things out, right? It’s hard to tell if she’s crossing her arms because she disapproves or something more… She’s definitely giving her opinion about something.
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The past seems to be catching up to Liz. Is she remembering even more about her childhood than before? Is that a bracelet she had as a child? Did Red give it to her?
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After exploring the upstairs room, Liz surely needs a breath of fresh air. Taking a walk on the front yard seems like the best place to start, and it might further jog Liz’s memory.
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Has Liz returned to her childhood home and is having a flashback? It appears to be a younger version of Liz looking out the same window. What other things from the past will she remember?
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It must be a pretty nice view from the window. Hopefully, it’s better accommodations than Liz’s last place she was being held captive. But what does she see?
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Nope. Tom is definitely looking to drill information from the guy about his missing daughter. Bet the guy remembers something now, doesn’t he?
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The Blacklist Quotes

People say youth is wasted on the young. I disagree. I believe wisdom is wasted on the old. All you can do is part with it.

Red

Wisdom is learning the boundaries of one's designated lane.

Red