That title card is so damn wrong.
1) Red never heard of them before this episode.
2) They’re a bunch of bottom-feeding yokels. Blacklisters? Really?
It’s a lack of imagination that gave them a ranking. They should have been “off-list” or “not listed.”
A small group of yokels …
… gets the drop on Red and kidnaps him.
Yeah, Red …
… I was all “WTF?” too, like you are in that shot. And by a bunch of nitwits who still have an analog TV!
Anyway, this was a good episode, filled with some Big Surprises that I won’t spoil.
Let me just say that almost every character is affected in it. Really, it’s a bit of a tour-de-force how the writer managed to pull that off! Well done. Like a line of dominoes falling at the end.
Lizzy wet. Better than Kirsten Dunst.
Dembe in a bookstore …
… I wonder if the book he was fetching for Red will even be mentioned again?
The yokels have an analog TV but …
… they can figure out how to do that. And … while so far in the woods!
Lizzy wonders …
… “There’s good cell service?”
I kid. Aside from unbelievable elements like that, a very good episode that makes me wonder how the hell they’re going to untie all of the new knots they’ve created.
The Blacklist: Season Three, Episode Seven
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The Blacklist: Season Three, Episode Five
The Blacklist: Season Three, Episode Four
The Blacklist: Season Three, Episode Three
The Blacklist: Season Three, Episode Two
The Blacklist: Season Three, Episode One