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Case Profile for Lipet’s Seafood Company
The Lipet’s Seafood Company serves as a base of operations for Libyan nationalists to transport US created missile guidance system parts intended for bringing down Israel’s Iron Dome. Cue Mossad. Levi returns to lead an operation planned by none other than “The Mole” herself as Samar decides that her home country is more important than her current team. Aram deals with the aftermath of being wooed by a spy in order to save his job and career at the post office. Meanwhile Red is still going around collecting his “chits” as he calls on one former Senator Diaz now President-Elect Diaz to do him one last favor, get a pardon for Agent Elizabeth Keen. But what will this favor cost Liz in the long run? We are back and ready to tackle the latest installment on this weeks The Blacklist Exposed.
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Lipet’s Seafood Company 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 one you think is better over at the blacklistexposed.com or Just look for the post for Dr. Adrian Shaw. Last time 58% of said you would love to take dance class as #RedGym won back before the break. This week our first clip comes when Red has his first meeting with Marlin. Our second clip comes when Red and Marlin talk about his drinking problem. Which was your favorite if you love a good bowl of soup vote #RedCheese or if you think two fish names is funny vote #RedTrout.
Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?
- RedTrout (82%, 49 Votes)
- RedCheese (18%, 11 Votes)
Total Voters: 60
The Music of Lipet’s Seafood Company
The episode kicks off with the “Fishin’ Blues” from The Lovin’ Spoonful as we see employees working with Hassan Arkani to remove chips from the bellies of dead fish. Later when Levi confesses to Samar that he broke off his engagement we hear “Vanishing Act” from the group Early Winters. As the episode draws to a close and Liz is reinstated as an FBI agent Yo La Tengo’s “All Your Secrets” plays out an overjoyed Liz Keen.
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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Very good episode. It seems that it is back to its basic non-standard non-formula formula. Not too much of any one character, not too little either. I was satisified and agree that NBC short-sheeted the hiatus return in their promo effort. The NBC wags push their shows, the ones they own and will make their syndication $$ca$h$$ with. They fluff anything Dick Wolf and ignore anything not NBC. Their bottom-3, Blind Spot, Black List and Timeless are not owned and their top-1, This Is Us (not-owned), all barely get a advert nod. Damn you Soros!
Treason (per the podcast) is not an issue for Samar if she is not a US citizen. Only citizens (born or naturalized) are capable of that crime.
Funniest/Best moment – Baz photo-bombing Baby Keene’s legacy/continuity/time-capsule video! Shazaam, that was funny!
Best thing? Your podcast (here. above. ##.mp3) You guys are so in top form and embrace the topic. Well done. All apologies for snippy comments over the past few years, BUT, please, humbly, accept my rare praise on this occasion.
Cheers in the new year. – DocH
Thanks Doc! I am glad you are sticking with both the show and the podcast! We truly love these characters and really want to see a satisfying end to the show we spent a lot of time with. Hopefully we were fair in our analysis this week. It was a good story once you were able to sit back and reflect on it.