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Case Profile for Mr Raleigh Sinclair III
Mr. Raleigh Sinclair III (John Noble) is obsessive compulsive serial killer that seeks to bring joy into the lives of those scorned. He allows people to get away with murder or other crimes but creating an alibi for them. But this is no ordinary alibi. He finds down on their luck victims to literally transform into the double of the person wanting to commit a crime. In the end, the murder gets off scott free as does Raleigh Sinclair, who shoots the double and disposes the body. Now with all this talk about doubles and such you may be asking, is this the episode that was written for #ImposterTheory fans? Well we discuss that and a lot of ballet on this week’s show.
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Mr Raleigh Sinclair III 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 you would be happy to see the last member of the hand put in the ground as Red’s 20 bullets line won last time. This week our first clip comes when Red talks about his 5 days of enlightenment. Our second clip comes when Red and Sinclair talk about starting a book club. Which was your favorite? If you wish for some time of reflection vote #RedChalet or If you can’t wait to dig into a tale of doppelgängers vote #RedDouble.
Which scene from Red was your favorite this week?
- #RedDouble (80%, 8 Votes)
- #RedChalet (20%, 2 Votes)
Total Voters: 10
The Music of Mr Raleigh Sinclair III
Two songs this week. As Brian makes his move on Nikki, we hear “The Devil You Know” from the X Ambassadors as it plays through Samar and Ressler arriving on the scene. Later in the episode as Kahill is laid to rest and Singleton is let in on the biggest secret about Reddington we hear “Cut Me Down by” by Kevin Morby.
You can hear these songs via the official Blacklist playlist on Spotify or the same playlist recreated by us on Apple Music.
This isn’t about Red protecting himself it’s about Red protecting Liz. She’ll need an air tight one for when she kills evil Glenn.
First of all, I like Douglas’ comment, above. That’s a possibility that never dawned on me: Red could be planning a perfect alibi for Liz. That would be great, if true. It would also harken back to previous seasons, as Liz paid a double to pose as her in Season Two.
What I came on here to say originally, though, was that I am 100% Team Troy as far as that parking garage scene goes. It would have been a unique twist if Brian had killed his wife, rather than the tired “the cops rush in just in the nick of time and save the victim” cliché. It was have been something different and fresh.
I’m also going to say, with zero shame, that the wife completely deserved to be executed. In real life, that’s not the way you handle problems, of course, but this is fiction. Nicky is the kind of woman who makes other women look bad and, as a woman myself, that’s why I despise her. What she did was disgustingly underhanded. If you have to be over and done with the marriage, tell the man to his face. Be a grownup. Don’t screw another man in your marriage bed! That’s vile and disgusting!
As soon as I saw the crestfallen look on Brian’s face in that flashback, as he looked through the bedroom door, I cried, “Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!”
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