And I think it’s gonna be a long long time Till touchdown brings me round again to find I’m not the man they think I am at home Oh no, no, no, I’m a rocket man Rocket man, burning out his fuse up here alone
Red Reddington is about to take his adventures to a whole new world: comic books. Titan Comics has officially announced the launch of a new Blacklist comic series, based on the popular NBC show starring James Spader.
Masha, Masha, Masha! Why does Masha always get all the most uniquely customized rotaviruses with the most individually devastating effects? Ugh.
The closer Elizabeth Keen comes to finding out about her history on The Blacklist, the more dangerous things will get for her and the team at the Post Office—especially after the determined agent threatened the Cabal with information on the Fulcrum. As a result, the team is facing a catastrophic event in the season’s final two episodes that will put Liz in the line of fire and, quite possibly, cost her everything she holds dear.
Just what Elizabeth Keen needs… on top of the murder-y spy ex-husband, and the murder-y criminal maybe-dad, Lizzie needs a little bit of ancient, undead bad luck on her side. That bad luck is earned tonight by way of not letting some guy who pets dead girls kill a woman so that she could lay next to her ex-fiance in the ground, thereby preventing his family from being haunted by anything more than the fact that they had a young woman murdered. Confused? Me too—but only in the least crucial of ways.
SWEEEEEEEEPS! I would like to thank Jon Bokencamp, Mr. Kaplan, and May Sweeps for this episode of The Blacklist. I would also like to thank the beam of sunlight that follows Little Liz’s mom around, the continued theme of bespectacled men with many layers, and Tom Connolly, for continuing to be the total slimeball we’ve always known he was.
The Blacklist’s Liz Keen may put her own life on the line to save the one man who basically destroyed hers.
After learning that Red (James Spader) was responsible for inserting Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold) into her life, Liz (Megan Boone) turned over the Fulcrum with the vow to rid Red from her life for good—though she’s made that promise several times before. Will this time hold true? EW caught up with executive producer Jon Bokenkamp to get the scoop on what’s in store:
Was that a late April Fools’ joke? Was Raymond Reddington really just shot in the last minute of tonight’s Blacklist? In the chest? And was he bleeding out of his mouth? And perhaps even more unbelievable, did Liz actually tell Tom at one point during this episode that Red has a moral code and it doesn’t include lying to her?
Last week, Liz told Agent Cooper that he was the only person in the world she completely trusted. At the time, she was trying to get away with a patented kidnapping/murder combo and he was waving around his morality flags like one of those inflatable creatures outside a car dealership because he couldn’t even recognize the person she’d become anymore; but tonight, ol’ Coops gets the unrecognizable tables turned on him.
NBC’s hit drama The Blacklist offers no shortage of tense moments for its core cast, least of all for Diego Klattenhoff’s Agent Donald Ressler.
Ressler is often out in the field, assisting Liz (Megan Boone) and Red (James Spader) on the hunt for criminals both at home and around the globe. Ressler has faced some of the show’s most gruesome murderers but when Klattenhoff visited the EW office, he faced a challenge unlike anything his character has dealth with: a confusing video game.
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