Feb 2, 2019
Reddington faces two trials this week. One to get the gun thrown out as in-admissible. The second, avoid getting voted out by his business associates. Fate it turns out, much like a coin is two sided. But on which side will the coin land?
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Alter Ego sounds amazing. Essentially it’s an organization that makes your dreams come true. Are you a gay man wanting to fake a wedding? Done. Do you want to convince your best friends you date supermodels? You got it! Sadly for Timothy Peterson, the actors at Alter Ego have other plans.
Deidre and her friends concoct a plot to date Timothy, a poor trailer park resident, and convince him he has a long lost sister with a husband attached, and then off his real father, so Timothy inherits all the cash. Then get pregnant with Timothy's kid and then kill Timothy too so Deidre and her friends get the inheritance money.
Meanwhile, Red looks to get the gun thrown out as in-admissible evidence by trying to prove the search was unwarranted. This leads us to find out that the caller who tipped off the cops was recorded. How soon does Liz try to break in to yet another evidence locker to protect herself, this time from Red.
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
Wasted opportunity to play Skid Row’s “Monkey Business”, just saying. But instead we get Vera Lynn’s “We’ll Meet Again” which for some reason had a really creepy eerie feeling when paired with this opening scene. Then at the end of the episode as Samar finally understands the concept of Words With Friends, “Summer Skeletons” plays from a repeat favorite artist of the Blacklist, Radical Face.
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