Feb 23, 2019
Marko Jankowics a drug trafficker of LSD. He uses women who pose as being pregnant in order to get his drugs into the USA through Canada. Meanwhile Minister D, a professional eaves dropper has been bugged many phones over the years to get rich off of bad guys.
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In this two hour event for The Blacklist, hour one treats us to #58 Marko Jankowics a drug trafficker of LSD. He uses women who pose as being pregnant in order to get his drugs into the USA through Canada. Turns out that his girlfriend is none other than Margarite Renard, the nurse that Jennifer and Liz are looking for. When they try to kidnap Margarite, Jennifer gets taken and Liz barely escapes. But now in a bind she has to go to the two men in her life to help her out of this sisterly jam, Ressler and Red.
In hour two we meet #99 Minister D, a professional eaves dropper who has bugged many phones over the year to get rich off of bad guys. Turns out though In December of 1990, he just happened to tap the phone call between one Katarina Rostova and Alan Fitch conspiring to frame Raymond Reddington. It is this tape the task force must get in order for Red to not be found guilty for treason.
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
In the first hour when Liz and Jennifer say goodbye we hear “Paper Aeroplane” by Angus and Julia Stone, then at the end of the first hour we hear “Too Dry To Cry” by Willis Early Beal. In the second hour as Dembe searches for a way to identify the caller and the team uncovers the listening post we hear “White Glass” by LOMA, then as Dembe and Liz chat while Aram comforts Samar we hear “7 and The Fall” by Jesse Marchant.
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