The Blacklist: Season Three, Episode One

Blacklists03e010012

This is not a good sign:

Blacklists03e010013

I hope that was done in order to give him a raise under different accounting rules. Because I’ve seen series after series ruined once the star becomes an Executive Producer and then makes “suggestions” about how the damn series should go. Spader, just STFU and read the lines!

Blacklists03e010015

Blacklists03e010016

This entire Lizzie-As-Russian-Spy-Spawn is ridiculous. I’m not buying it at all. They’ve jumped the damn tracks. All I can do is hope it’s a big red herring. Even so, it’s a waste of time and tedious to follow.

At least we got Red’s charm again …

Blacklists03e010081

But this bit was creepy as all hell …

Blacklists03e010072

Blacklists03e010074

… especially since every viewer still believes that Lizzie is his daughter!

And this bit irked me:

Blacklists03e010152

Blacklists03e010155

Seriously? Dembe just shoots a guy and it’s an everyday occurrence? No complaint from his employer along the lines of, “Do you know how much that’s going to cost to clean up? Dahyum!” The writers need to pay more attention to real world shit instead of stupid Daughter-Of-Russian-Spy bullshit — which I’m still not buying.

Previously here:

Prior posts about The Blacklist

1 Comment

Filed under TV

One response to “The Blacklist: Season Three, Episode One

  1. Keishon

    *smh* that entire episode was ridiculous. Can you just jump over the embassy fence like that without getting shot? Not sure if I am going to continue watching this silly ass show. That Red charm you alluded to barely registered.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s