Yet again, The NBC thriller The Blacklist has given another episode with high-end drama, controversies, and action. This time in Monte Carlo. A deadly assassin who kills her targets by first humiliating them by revealing their secrets, and then quietly killing them is after Raymond Reddington (James Spader). Raymond asks for help from the FBI. Cooper agrees to do so even against the wishes of Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) and Samar.
More About Tom
In this episode, we learn more about Tom Keen’s (Ryan Eggold) past when a plane crash results in the death of his father. Initially, he seems unaffected by it, but in the end, we see him doing some detective work that is somewhat related to his disappearance when he had been young.
With Isabelle trying to destroy Raymond Reddington step by step, it results in the death of a very close friend of his that enrages him. Something is going on with Ressler too, but he is a bit closed up about it. We also see Ressler crying in the last few minutes of the episode. (Yeah, You heard me! )
The FBI captures Isabelle and prevents her from killing a man, but when in custody, she doesn’t cooperate. In the end, she is being taken away from the post office when suddenly her envoy is attacked by dome people who turn out to be Reddington’s men.
The episode was quite fun and thrilling, which is what one expects from The Blacklist.