Oct 22, 2021
The Skinner is a modern day version of the dread Pirate Roberts, and he wants to control the world's microchip supply!
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It’s 2 years later, and the task force has been disbanded, Dembe Zuma is an FBI agent??? and Red is still licking his wounds. The team is brought back together when Dembe is wounded in the line of duty when The Skinner shows up to steal a truck full of special microchips. The Skinner is a 700 year old Pirate who died in the late 1400s. However the skinners followers appoint a new skinner to take the old one’s place… a tradition that still lives on to this day.
The current day skinner is looking to control the worlds microchips, not just the sale and movement but the entire production line including how to make and create the chips themselves. The skinner kidnaps the one guy and his family that can do just that and sadly that is where we leave part one to the open of the new era of The Blacklist. More to come in next week's conclusion episode.
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One song this week featured on the Season Premiere. As the team get's their affairs in order to come back under the influence of Raymond Reddington we hear the tune "Head On" by José González.
You can hear these songs via the official Blacklist playlist on Spotify or the same playlist recreated by us on Apple Music.
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
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