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Case Profile for Miss Rebecca Thrall
Miss Rebecca Thrall is a woman of many talents. She is responsible for finding cases that have large life insurance policies taken out on them, and then finding a cop with a loved one in mortal danger in order to coerce them into doing her dirty work. These “cops for hire” are then sent on a mission to take out the insurance case victim so that she can collect all the profits on the payout. She also has an interesting decorating style in the basement of her home. While the task force is busy with this half of the show this week, Red and friends are off to expand his assets even further. Smokey returns to help make a runway for a plane that Red has his eye on while Glenn returns to help Red with his financial situation. In the end, Cooper gets two bad guys, and Red shows his dare we say friends some appreciation from his new “mobile” home. We discuss The Mongolian Peasant Principle, and share how a song was cut from the show as we break down #76 on The Blacklist.
Miss Rebecca Thrall 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 our poll below. Last week 80% of you enjoyed looking at fine china as #RedPaddle won last week. Our first clip this week comes when red channels his inner ornithologist. Our second clip comes as Cooper and Red enjoy a two for one special. Which was your favorite? If you prefer the call of the wild vote #RedPlover, or if you would rather mow it all down, including the mosquitos vote #RedGuns.
Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?
- #RedPlover (75%, 9 Votes)
- #RedGuns (25%, 3 Votes)
Total Voters: 12
The Music of Miss Rebecca Thrall
As Red and Dembe watch the impressive work of two elephants (and we are not talking about Smokey and Patty) “Supermoon” from Ikebe Shakedown is heard. Then as a plane lands on the newly created runway we hear “My Time Is Comin'” by Marc Scibilia. Later, as Tom receives a phone call from Nick while Red gives Ressler a proposition “Lit Me Up” from Brand New is heard. Finally as Glenn joins Dembe and Red around the fire outside their new arial home, we are treated to “Home Again” by Michael Kiwanuka.
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