Mar 23, 2019
Cooper goes toe to toe with the President to force his hand to grant Red a stay of execution for 48 hours in order to find Ava Ziegler's assassin, The Corsican himself.
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Red gets a stay of execution for 48 hours after Cooper goes toe to toe with the president to force his hand after Ava Ziegler’s death last week. Red is tasked with finding Ava’s assassin, The Corsican himself one Bastien Moreau. Turns out Moreau has kidnapped the only other person that can warn the American people of a plot against their country, an MI6 agent. He has a dossier on a flash drive that Anna McMahon, the task force’s new nemesis, must recover. Except she makes a blunder sending Bastien Moreau after Red. Now Red knows that Anna is involved in the conspiracy, informing the task force as such just as Liz gives up her hunt to find out who this imposter really is.
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Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
Only one tune this week. At the end of the episode as Red makes comments about the smells in the Post Office we hear Scott Walker’s “The Old Man’s Back Again”.
You can hear these songs via the official Blacklist playlist on Spotify or the same playlist recreated by us on Apple Music.
Coy currently can be seen opposite James Spader on the sixth season of NBC’s “The Blacklist” (first ep was Jan. 25) as Vontea, a young man caught in the prison system for crimes he didn’t commit. Additionally, Coy will be seen on the new Netflix comedy “Mr. Iglesias” premiering this Spring with comedian Gabriel Iglesias. Season 6 of “Agents” will be back later this year with Coy set to reprise his role. Coy will also voice a main character in Netflix’s upcoming animated series “KIPO."
In 2017, Coy was cast as the primary role in the music video and short film of the song "1-800-273-8255" by Rapper Logic which deals with the issues of homosexuality and suicide - this role gained him much praise. The video now has over 315M views. Coy is also a rapper/musician and just released his first record under the moniker “KOI” - Everybody’s Got One.
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