Case Profile for The Debt Collector
The Debt Collector is man who helps people enact revenge on unsuspecting prey. With a successful track record over 15 years, The Debt Collector has gotten away with many murders. It was that case 15 yeas ago that helps the task force track down The Debt Collector thanks to the help of an unlikely ally. Meanwhile suspended from the task force, Ressler helps Agent Gale dig deeper into the 86 bodies and just how it is all connected to Red and the Task Force. Who put the hit out on Liz, and can Red stop The Debt Collector in time? We travel in steerage this week as we break down the episode.
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The Debt Collector 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 of The Blacklist and then you get to vote which one is your favorite in our poll below. Apparently the majority of you, much like Sheldon Cooper, love trains as #RedTrain was last week’s winner. Our first clip this week comes when Red meets with Baldur. Our second clip comes when Red has a chat with the debt collector. Which was your favorite? If you just need a way to get out of dodge vote #RedSteerage, or if you always dig two graves vote #RedRevenge.
Which scene from Red is your favorite?
- #RedRevenge (68%, 13 Votes)
- #RedSteerage (32%, 6 Votes)
Total Voters: 19
The Music of The Debt Collector
Taking us back to the year 2002, we hear Jimmy Eat World’s song “The Middle” to kick off this week’s episode. Later on we hear “One Man No City” from the Parquet Courts. Then to close things out over the slow motion gun fire we hear JBM’s “On Fire On a Tight Rope”.
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