Case Profile for The Harem
Liz goes undercover with a group of ladies known as The Harem this week to recover a stolen WITSEC list before Red can get his hands on it for himself. Unbeknown to Liz, Red has planted one of his operatives in the Harem as well, a former MI-6 agent known as Emma. Turns out however that Emma wants out from under Red’s thumb and sets a plan in motion to steal the WITSEC list for herself. She also gives Liz a bit of advice about working for Reddington. Speaking of Red, he wishes to continue his empire of the seas by adding some ships to deliver goods to the ports he controls, but it turns out that his money laundering account had a “heart attack” and one Baldur Magnusson bought out the cruise line from under Red’s nose. War has been declared and Red isn’t taking it lightly.
The Harem 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 The Forecaster. Last week 71% feel that words are more powerful than guns as #RedFriend won last week. Our first clip this week comes when Red is looking to navigate a deal. Our second clips is when Red shares a story about Kaplan’s sister. Which was your favorite? If you can navigate the shipping lanes vote #RedTide. Or if you would do what’s right in the bitter cold of night vote #RedDog.
Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?
- #RedDog (88%, 14 Votes)
- #RedTide (13%, 2 Votes)
Total Voters: 16
The Music of The Harem
We are introduced to the HAREM as they steal a Cadillac full of diamonds to music stylings of David Holmes and “All Sewn Up” Then as Zach arrives at the Red’s laundering house, we get our groove on to some Eddie Rabbitt and “I Love a Rainy Night” When Liz takes a trip to the strip club “Skin City” by Shawn Lee can be heard playing during the diamond gawking. While the Harem celebrates their victory “Those Were The Days” from Marc Ferrari and Paul Taylor is heard. As the ladies plan their heist on Heldridge we here Chris Joss’ “Tune Down” and then when Margo walk them through the plan “Tobago Strut” from the Bamboos is heard. Aron Wright finishes off the episode with his song “Twisted” as Red gives Liz the WITSEC list as they discuss the fate of Kate I mean Mr. Kaplan.
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