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Case Profile for Natalie Luca
To harm or not to harm, that is the question facing Natalie Luca, a young woman with Luchens disease who has been pursued by not only her star crossed lover, but the evil minds of a bio weapons manufacturer. But why has she set her sights on Reddington’s accountant? We learn more about Red’s criminal underworld as we bump into Baldur Magnusson thanks to some quick work by one Mr. Tom Keen. Yes you heard it right, Red asked Tom for a favor. But will this favor cause a strain in the newly united Keen household. Liz is beginning to understand you can’t take the ass out the assassin and encourages Tom to continue moonlighting as an international man of mystery. Elsewhere it is all about equal pay for women as Samar is on the warpath only to be cooled by one Aram himself acting in the most chivalrous of ways.
Natalie Luca In Pictures
Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
Welcome to Red’s Rhetoric that part of the show where we take two clips from this week’s episode and you get to vote which you think is better below. Last week you all felt that you could brave the cold winters of Wisconsin as RedDog won with 88% of the vote. This week’s first clip comes when Red talks about ladies who bring death. The second clip clip comes when Red talks to Baldur about boat rats –
If you are interested in the goddesses of death vote #RedMary, or if you think it is slouching in from all corners of the room vote #RedDeath.
Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?
- #RedDeath (75%, 12 Votes)
- #RedMary (25%, 4 Votes)
Total Voters: 16
The Music of Natalie Luca
Gnossienne No. 1 from Ronan O’hora plays over the Romeo and Juliet like poem between Natalie and Malik. Both times they say it. Later as Natalie is returned to quarantine prison; and Samar informs Aram she knows he gave her the 16% difference in the pay we hear Jose Gonzalez’s “Heartbeats” to finish the episode.
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Thanks for listening! We’ll talk to you soon. In the meantime, be sure to keep yourself off, The Blacklist.