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Case Profile for Mr. Gregory Devry

Will the real Red Reddington please stand up?! Three Card Monty comes to The Blacklist as we are treated to a shell game of epically confusing proportions! An informed character has arrived this week in the form of a man claiming to be the REAL Raymond Reddington. Is the suave criminal we’ve been following for years an imposter? We dive into this development head-first this week, which ultimately leads to the bombshell of an ending where Liz’s life is completely upended. All this and more on this week’s episode of The Blacklist Exposed!

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Mr. Gregory Devry In Pictures

Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
Mr. Gregory Devry

Red’s Rhetoric

Well 59% are scared of being behind the curve apparently, as your prefer to be trendsetters like the director making #RedTrend last week’s winner. Our first scene this week comes with a bit of a grammar lesson. Our second scene this week is where we get to play the name game. Which was your favorite be sure to sound off in the Facebook Group or vote in the Twitter Polls. if you think you have better grammar then the criminals of the underworld then vote #RedGrammar or if you would prefer to have your own doppleganger vote #RedFred.

The Music of Mr. Gregory Devry

This week’s musical selections featured a nice piece from Mr. Kaplan’s Walkman, yes that was not an ipod people, from one Maxine Nightingale with her hit “Right Back Where We Started From” which was fitting for this episode as it had a very season one vibe to it with the box and Liz profiling Fake Red and the real Red handing a case to Elizabeth from a swanky pad Red was crashing in. The second selection came from Half Moon Run’s “It Works Itself Out” as Liz sets up her new apartment. The first line of the song plays with very fitting lyrics given the situation. You can hear these songs via the official Blacklist playlist on Spotify or the same playlist recreated by us on Apple Music.

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