With Megan Boone expecting her first child, will The Blacklist bosses decide to write her pregnancy into the story line?
Since the beginning of season 3, The Blacklist has followed two opposing groups — the Post Office and Red & Lizzie’s Super Fun Roadtrip — with two opposing goals: Arrest Elizabeth Keen; exonerate Elizabeth Keen. Often, these were two goals that seemed to run parallel to each other, even more often, standing in rooms alongside one another without either opposing goal shooting or handcuffing the other. Thank goodness the writers knew this was logic that could not be allowed to go on for more than eight episodes.
Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the midseason finale of The Blacklist. Read at your own risk!
The Blacklist finally brought Liz and Red’s on-the-lam roadtrip to an end during the midseason finale—but it was someone else from the Post Office who paid the ultimate price.
In the world of The Blacklist, Red is the East and Lizzie is the sun: He may be larger than life, but she’s the thing defining him. And I guess that would make the Cabal the envious moon? (Aram is for sure Mercutio, re: stealing the show.) What I’m really trying to get at here is that this show revolves around the big solar-system players, sure, but there are some damn interesting Plutos out there, too, just waiting for their time to shine.
WARNING: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday’s episode of The Blacklist—proceed with caution!
Consider Samar Navabi’s world officially rocked. For as much as we know about Raymond Reddington—actually, we know very little about Red—and as much as we’ve learned about Lizzie’s past—actually, that’s one big question mark too…
Let’s just get this straight from the jump: That. Episode. Was. Bonkers.
Code Red, Code Red: Raymond Reddington is in over his head.
What is Elizabeth Keen’s deepest desire? What does she relish? What feeds her soul? What does Elizabeth Keen want?
“When people feel their homes and livelihood are being threatened, violence is never far behind.”
I agree with Tom – we need to talk. But as opposed to whatever he and Ressler need to discuss (spoiler alert: it’s Lizzie), you and I… we need to talk about that scene. You know the one. THE scene. The one where Red and Lizzie walked out of a shipping container decorated like an X-Men villain’s secret lair, onto the deck of a cargo ship in the middle of an unknown ocean, and he told her that she’s his North Star.
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