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Case Profile for The Lindquist Concern
The Lindquist Concern is not a who but a means to retrieving Agnes from Kirk. The blacklister this week takes the form of an inventor Silas Gouldsberry (Breaking Bad’s Adam Godley), scorned by a big corporation for shelving his invention. Instead he seeks to steal the inventions of others, killing them in the process, to inevitably open source all of the greatest ideas to the world. Meanwhile Elise is destroying Aram’s apartment planning for the most amazing date night via tips from wait… SAMAR?!?! Yep apparently Elise feels threatened. But the DNA test we have all been waiting for conveniently showed up in a file on intel about Kirk giving some the answer they have been waiting for, maybe.
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The Lindquist Concern 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 and then You get to vote which you think is the best one. Last week 60% of you would like a run in with shark trying to get fresh as #RedShark won last week. First scene this week comes from when Red and Brimley are torturing the doctor. The second scene comes when Red thanks Lizze for saving his life. If you don’t want things in interesting places vote #RedFish or if you are conflicted with a decision vote #RedOdds.
Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?
- #RedOdds (78%, 14 Votes)
- #RedFish (22%, 4 Votes)
Total Voters: 18
The Music of The Lindquist Concern
As Silas changes his appearance before heading into his day job we hear “Different Drum” by the Stone Poneys. Later while Samar and Ressler question Omar’s coworkers we hear Apollo 440’s “Time Is Running Out”. At the end of the episode while we see Laurel give one of the inventions schematics to Red, and Liz confronting Red about the DNA test – we hear Stu Larsen’s “By The River”.
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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