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Case Profile for Smokey Putnam
Smokey Putnam is in charge of moving the greatest show on earth across the United States, at least for his day job. But on the side he is skimming money off the top of the operation to fund his escape plan from a drug cartel run by a group of skinheads led by LeMarc. Red is living at a motor lodge seemingly penniless, and needs to to find cash and some employees fast. Smokey and Red’s paths cross as Raymond is hired by a bounty hunter looking to get Smokey to trial. In the end Smokey leads Red to the drug cartel, which are later picked up by Cooper and the FBI, and Smokey goes to court. However nothing is ever as it seems on The Blacklist and Red has an even bigger plan at play that unfolds right before his new “daughter’s” eyes, as Liz ultimately finds out that this was to get the real money launder that Smokey worked with to join up with Team Reddington. Tom also returns to the mothership with the suitcase of bones only to be sideswiped by Liz with the new information about Reddington. We break down what those flashes were, the music and more as we return for another exciting season of The Blacklist Exposed.
Smokey Putnam 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 play two scenes from this week’s episode of The Blacklist and then you get to vote which one is your favorite in the poll below. Our first clip this week comes when Red chats with liz pool side. Our second clip comes when Red has a chat with Cooper. Which was your favorite? If you like dip your toes into a little adventure vote #RedPool, or if you enjoy some clarification on deep fried things vote #RedButter.
Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?
- #RedButter (55%, 12 Votes)
- #RedPool (45%, 10 Votes)
Total Voters: 22
The Music of Smokey Putnam
We open up with Red in a car chase scene as “New York Groove” is heard by Ace Frehley. Then as we get our first look at Reddington’s base of pertains we hear “The Boss” by James Brown. Later RedEye’s edge of the world transitions us into the meat of the episode. “Run Run Run” by Chinchin is featured as well, before closing up with Paul Stone’s big band version of “Don’t You Forget About Me”.
Keep ConnectedEach week of The Blacklist Exposed will take a deep look at both the minor and major plot lines to this fantastic series. Be sure to subscribe and review us in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or through whichever podcast app you prefer. Also check out our other Golden Spiral Media Podcasts. A special thanks to Veruca Crews for creating our podcast cover art. If you love it, be sure to check out the rest of her Blacklist and other artwork on her tumblr page. Thanks for listening! We’ll talk to you soon. In the meantime, be sure to keep yourself off, The Blacklist.
Episode ArchiveAre you loving this episode of The Blacklist Exposed? Then make sure you check out our past episodes going all the way back to season 1! Or if you are a long time listener, listen to one of your favorites like "Cape May", "Dr. Adrian Shaw Conclusion", or one of our many interviews with Jon, the cast, and crew.