Apr 9, 2022
Reddington's quest and Cooper's dilemma are about to collide over the existence of one man Andrew Kennison.
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Red goes cruising the campus apartments of MIT in search of one Andrew Kennison, a grad student working on a device that will track whether or not a patient has taken their medication. He decided to make the tech after an incident with his wife who had a psychotic break after not taking her meds for a few days. A break that cost his wife the loss of her sister and mother. The tech however was given to a NYC Detective named Reginald Cole.
Except Cole is not a NYC Detective, he left the force and is now a private investigator. Cole some how got the tracking device into Liz and the people that are pulling Cole's strings are clearly behind both Liz's murder and the the framing of Director Cooper. Someone is trying to take down Red and the Task Force but who could it be?
We start the episode with Red cruising the campus apartments of MIT as we hear Andrew’s roommate jamming to “Too Simple” by Relaye. Towards the end of the episode we then hear “Mercy Street” by Elbow.
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
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