Case Profile for Miles McGrath

Miles McGrath institutes a city wide blackout in order to invoke the CDC’s protocol to transport all of their Class A viruses in the event of a sustained power outage. Miles hires a team that Red just happens to know so Tom joins the train heist to steal a rare virus that may just save Kirk’s life. Meanwhile liz finds a journal of her mothers, or so she thinks, and learns that Katarina was assigned to Red to seduce him much like Tom was assigned to her. Can we believe any of the information provided in this episode or is it all a distraction presented by Kirk. We discuss it all and more in this week’s episode.

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Miles McGrath In Pictures

Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week.
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Red’s Rhetoric

Welcome to Red’s Rhetoric that part of the show where we play two scenes from this week’s episode and then YOU get to vote which you think is the best one here below. Last week you apparently didn’t heed my warning either as 70% would love that free acre of land, head shot or not. This week our first clip comes when Red talks to Johan where our second clip comes when Red gives Liz a little back story. Which was your favorite this week? If you once started a lawn mowing business vote #RedPartner or if you would inject yourself with leukemia to save your life vote #RedToxin.

Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?

  • #RedToxin (74%, 14 Votes)
  • #RedPartner (26%, 5 Votes)

Total Voters: 19

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The Music of Miles McGrath

We start off the show this week with “Yadnus” from !!! as Miles’s team does their best black ops impression to take out the local power station. Later while Scotland Yard detectives stake out Miles, we hear Christopher Blue’s “You Got What i Like”. In the best scene of the night, Elizabeth and Tom play their best version of Danny Ocean to the tune of “Bongo Fury” by Shawn Lee. And last but not least we conclude with Harrison Brome’s “Fill Your Brains” which is exactly what Samar is doing when her head explodes over Aram’s marinara date and Elizabeth’s too when she learns about Kirk’s blood disorder.

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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