Case Profile for Greyson Blaise

Cooper is in dire need of a Blacklister so he decides to pay Red a visit at the motor lodge personally to learn all about Greyson Blaise, a flashy, extreme sport, jet-setting art thief but instead of Red helping Cooper catch Greyson, Red wants Cooper to help him hire Greyson onto his team. One part Thomas Crown Affair and one part Ocean’s 11, Red and the team travel to Paris, Italy, and back as the international stakes are raised in the hunt for Greyson Blaise. We also revisit Season 1 via a painting known as “The Storm on the Sea of Galilee”. You may remember this painting from the Gina Zanetakos episode. In the end there is always a twist and Liz is trying to decide if that is good or bad, while her soon to be husband Tom tracks down new information about the suitcase and it’s contents. Sit back, have a nice meal, and enjoy our discussion for #37 on The Blacklist Greyson Blaise.

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Greyson Blaise 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 of The Blacklist and then you get to vote which one is your favorite in our poll below. Last week It was a close one but with 52% of the vote #RedButter slid it’s way to victory. Our first clip this week comes with a history lesson about Nancy Reagan. Our second clip comes as Red diverts Greyson’s focus with some film history and some bubbly. Which was your favorite? If you like dickering over an heirloom vote #RedPaddle, or if you think art looks better with a slight buzz vote #RedChampagne.

Which scene from Red this week was your favorite?

  • #RedPaddle (80%, 4 Votes)
  • #RedChampagne (20%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 5

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The Music of Greyson Blaise

As the episode opens on Greyson stealing the Napoleon Necklace, we hear “Awoo” by a Sofi Tukker featuring Betta Lemme. Now that Liz and Tom are reunited and it feels so good, wink wink, we hear “Afternoon Takeoff” by Small Forward. Then as Samar graces the party with her presence while helping the others break in, “That Gut Feeling” from Tim Juke and the Jack Baker Trio plays which also features Andreya Triana. Later on as Ressler and Dale show up with the painting we hear “Say I Wanna Know” by Nick Waterhouse and finally as all hell breaks loose since we are Tier 3 people, everyone scrambles to “Power (Voodoo Version)” by King Britt & Sister Gertrude Morgan.

You can hear these songs via the official Blacklist playlist on Spotify or the same playlist recreated by us on Apple Music.