The Blacklist finally confirms Red's relationship to Liz | hidden-facts.info
But the Red-Liz relationship is not the only one to raise curiosity. New spoilers for Season 2 address the other couple on fans' minds, Liz and Ressler. it will give Liz an opportunity to reach out to him and support him in a. I actually have loved seeing Red and Ressler's relationship grow will continue to assist him as needed, without holding him to some debt. personal information, including your religious or political views, health, racial background, country of origin, sexual identity and/or personal relationships.
During the finale, Cooper Harry Lennix decided to settle the debate once and for all by using a blood sample locked up in evidence from a mission decades prior that Red worked before turning into a criminal mastermind. Read our postmortem with Megan Boone here.
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Has this been the plan from the beginning? Yes, it has been. How hard was it keeping this reveal a secret all these years? Why confirm what everyone has basically said since season 1? Because it is part of the truth, but not the entire [thing]. There is a larger reason for him entering her life, a bigger secret that is also revealed in this episode, so while it is part of the story, it is not the entire story.
Talk about that bigger secret.
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That bigger secret involves, in part, some bones that were dug up by Mr. Kaplan, and that Elizabeth Keen is unaware of, and that Red is desperate to keep Liz from finding. That bag of bones represents a much larger story that is the ultimate hook of the show. All I can really say is, it is a piece of a much larger puzzle. Tom has the suitcase. That suitcase is packed full of nothing but problems for Reddington.
That seems like a logical explanation. That could also be a good theory. I love the way you look at this. Look, they could be anyone, right? These bones are a key to unlocking everything, and Red is not ready for that yet. Can these DNA results actually be trusted given where they came from? So yes, I think we should trust that. How does knowing that these bones are out there affect Red? Kaplan was his most trusted confidante, knew deep truths. Even now, her death presents a catastrophic problem.
How will this change Liz going into next season now knowing who Red is to her? So I would expect her to explore that darker side that is in her blood. How will the team react to this news? Remember, Julian Gale is still out there with his investigation of the task force. Is this still a possibility considering the twist that you have in store for us? That makes me smile. There is a big camp that [believes the] Raymond Reddington imposter theory, that Red is not who he says he is.
This season, we have really motored ahead. Some episodes were heavy in that mythology than others. Kaplan episode was certainly an episode that had a lot of big moves in it. This last episode has some big moves.
After a firefight, he manages to enter Phelps' house, but finds it empty. The agents pursue Phelps through the forest, but he dies just before they capture him. As the rescued Seth Nelson is being loaded into an ambulance, he complements Elizabeth Keen on a job well done. He goes with Liz to the hotel room booked using the credit card of Gina Zanetakos 's alias Shubie Hartwell. As he is on the phone coordinating the search for Gina, he does not notice that she is hiding in the elevator, behind some innocent people.
Once Gina is alone in the elevator with him she attacks him and manges to subdue him. In the struggle Gina's phone falls from her pocket and he retrieves it. He is part of the raid at Gina's apartment.(The Blacklist) Raymond Reddington - What is she to you really? [+5x22]
Liz is showing him the box she found when one of the other searchers shows him the picture of Tom found next to Gina's bed. He tells Liz about Gina's money transfer to Max Ruddigerin the meeting with Harold Cooper where she is asked get Red to locate him and find out what Gina bought.
He leads the search at the port of Houston, and when the car is discovered he drives it into an empty dock, leaping out just before it plunges into the water. The car explodes shortly afterwards, underwater, preventing the spread of the radioactive material.
Edit He calls Elizabeth Keenfrom outside the subway station where the victims are being removed.
He accompanies Liz when she meets Raymond Reddington at his tailors and learns that they are looking for Frederick Barnes. He and Liz go to the hospital, where they learn that the victims died from a weaponized form of Kurz disease. At a meeting with Harold CooperLiz and Meera MalikRed tells them that he has a contact for the Strontium 90 used in the gas bomb on the subway.
Liz elects to accompany him to visit Anne Forrester, one of Barnes' former co-workers, rather than accompany Red to Cuba. After meeting the family, Liz tells him that she thinks Barnes is trying to publicize Kurz disease so that public reaction will demand a cure be found since the disease is being used for biological terrorism.
At the courthouse, he pulls the fire alarm to evacuate the building and then starts searching for Barnes. He finds the zip tied jury room, requisitions a mask and air tank from some fire fighters and enters the room, finding the survivor, whom he helps to safety.
He reports the fact that Liz gave up her weapon to Cooper and tells her that while he respects her work and position on the team, she is not a trained field agent.
After Liz killed Barnes, she tells him that she made the right decision. When Liz says that Barnes' cure would probably have worked, he adds that by the time it is properly tested, it will be too late for Ethan. She replies that it is the job.
Edit Donald Ressler is at the briefing, where the suspects in the cargo plane bombing are identified as residing at the same address. Along with Liz, he participates in the raid on the home. When it is discovered that the current alias of Nathaniel Wolff has just been identified at Reagan airport, he and Liz rush to the airport to co-ordinate the search for the bomb, arriving just in time to be knocked over by the explosion. Ressler and Liz, directed by Aram Mojtabaiattempt to intercept the armored car with Wolf on board.
With the assistance of the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia MPDCthey manage to stop the armored car, but Wolff escapes after a gun battle, by dispersing , dollars in a General Ludd protest march and joins the crowd.
At a remote airport, he arrests Wolff.
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Nathaniel Wolff takes the time to mock Ressler for his loyalty to the powers that be. Edit While escorting Reddington to the box during Anslo Garrick 's raid, Ressler is shot in the leg by a mercenary and Reddington uses Ressler's gun to return fire.
Red grabs medical gear and retreats to the cell. Sometime later, Red asks for Ressler's blood type, which coincidentally turns out to be B-negative. He questions Red's willingness to save his life, despite being aware of how much Ressler despises him and knowing about the failed assassination attempt in Brussels.
While Red administers emergency blood transfusion, Anslo further taunts Ressler about his leg. Edit When Anslo Garrick threatens to shoot Liz, Red wakes Ressler, reloads his gun and puts it to his head telling him that he will kill him if he does not tell him the box's password. Realizing that Red is serious, Ressler tells Red the password, allowing Anslo to open the door. Red exits the box, leaving Ressler's gun by his head. In the hospital, he is visited by his former fiance, Audrey Bidwellwho was still listed as his emergency contact.
Edit Along with the rest of the team, he is interrogated about the incursion. He accompanies Liz to the mortuary where Karen Brodine's husband will identify her body.
While Liz supervises the identification, he talks to Michael, her son. When Liz tells the team her theory about the injuries inflicted upon the Good Samaritan's victims, he decides that they need to interview Michael Brodine. In the interview, he gets Michael to admit that he was being abused by his mother. He and Liz visit the hospital where Karl Hoffman is employed, and learn that the only abused person recently treated by Hoffman was a woman named Melissa.
When they interview Melissa, they learn that her husband, George, is attending a support group. The facilitator of the group identifies Karl Hoffman as an attendee, who left with George. He goes with Liz to Hoffman's childhood home. During the whole episode, because he is still recovering from his leg wound, Ressler uses a walking stick. When Madryczk tries to flee the restaurant, Ressler stops him at gunpoint. Back in Washington D. He states that breaking the original immunity deal will result in additional criminal charges.