Case Profile for Alexander Kirk Conclusion

“You may have my money…but you don’t have me!” Formidable words spoken last week by Alexander Kirk who still refuses to come to the United States until Red and the gang set up an elaborate evidence plant thanks to a tanker truck of crude oil. But this is only the start of the twists and turns we experience as season 3 of The Blacklist comes to a close. Members of the Post Office need to come to terms if they can allow Red to go through with his plan, Tom seems to have plans of his own, Kirk ends up needing to change his plans, all because of one mis-step by one of Red’s most trusted associates. How will it all end? Grab a few hotdogs, with cheese and a bag of donuts as the stress of this finale will have us eating all summer long.

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Alexander Kirk Conclusion In Pictures

Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
Alexander Kirk Conclusion

Red’s Rhetoric

Last week Scottie’s Anxiety Story garnered 67% of the vote making #SusanAnxious last week’s winner. This week’s first scene comes as Red thanks Cooper for his and the teams’ service. The second is when he talks to Donald while keeping his sights on Kirk. If you are someone that can make the hard decisions every day vote #RedCourage, or if you think you can define justice vs vengeance vote #RedSniper.

Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?

  • #RedCourage (63%, 17 Votes)
  • #RedSniper (37%, 10 Votes)

Total Voters: 27

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The Music of Alexander Kirk Conclusion

As Stalder’s bounty hunter pulls up to meet with him we hear “Bowling Ball Blues” by Mack Fields playing from the trunk of the car we assume? Tom and the team swap out a tanker truck to the groove of “King’s Crown” by Junkie XL. The construction crew is listening to “American Dream” by Steeltown as Red and his team enter the building and shoot the radio. But we finish the episode and the season with a great song by Greg Laswell entitled “Dodged a Bullet” playing over Ressler telling Cooper that Liz is alive, and Red and company arriving in Cuba to an empty bed, while Kirk shares a bit of news that may just put into question the events of the season 2 finale.

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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