Oct 26, 2019
In 1989 Harold Cooper was a man with many sides. In 2019 Harold Cooper is a man that values loyalty and truth above all else. This is the story of Harold Cooper and what happened in Kuwait
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In 1989 Harold Cooper under direct orders that weren't technically above board was funding fighters in Kuwait. On what seemed like an ordinary drive turned deadly as Oooper and his companinon Daniel Hutton were ambushed by the same people Harold was helping to fund. Turns out the ambush was a setup to kill Daniel Hutton before he could expose the operation.
In 2019 a secret communication arrives for Harold Cooper telling him the man he thought was once deceased is most definitley alive and so Red and Cooper travel to Iran to see this old ghost from their past. Turns out however that old ghost, now alive, turned into Iran's most wanted person and now he wants revenge. Cooper also has to make a tough decission on what to tell Main Justice about Red being an imposter, as well as the truth behind Kuwait.
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. Our first clip this week comes when Red and Cooper fly to Iran. Our second is when Red and Cooper fly home. Which was your favorite? If you wish to exploit information vote #RedSecret and if you think you are now who you are vote #RedGood
While Red and Cooper fly home we hear "Como Te Quiero" by Khruangbin. At the end of the episode when Cooper talks to Panabaker and comes clean to Red we hear “Letters Home” from a Blacklist staple, Radical Face.
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