May 4, 2019
The climate is doomed and we need to turn into Homo Sophos in order to survive it! That's what Guillermo Rizal believes as he conducts genetic experiments on kids. KIDS!
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The climate is doomed and we need to turn into Homo Sophos in order to survive it! That's what Guillermo Rizal believes as he conducts genetic experiments on kids. KIDS! The creepy doctor paid an embryologist to switch out parents fertilized eggs with ones he genetically modified in order to kidnap them years later to conduct his experiments.
What does this have to do with The Blacklist? One word, family. Except that family is the people that fight for you no matter your biological relation. Like Red who is still fighting to save a country one that he is not tied to but still cares deeply about, much like his code. The kidnapper for hire, Cotton, has information on the Dossier that will foil Ana McMahon's plan and Red needs to get to it first.
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
Welcome to Red’s Rhetoric that part of the show where we feature two great scenes from Red himself then you get to vote for your favorite in our online poll. First this week, Red talks about what it takes to be a criminal. Secondly Red seeks out another fencer to lure his prey? Which was your favorite? If you live your life by certain rules vote #REDCode, or if you love trapping your enemy over collectables vote #REDSuitcase.
During the cold open as Corinne is abducted at the indoor mini golf place we hear the song “Wild Ones” by the Crystal Fighters. Then toward the end of the episode as Harold updates the team on the three girls we year “This Must Be The Place” from The Lumineers.
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