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Re: The Blacklist (Season 2 - 2014)
« on: February 08, 2015, 11:57:12 am »
Episode 9 and 20
Luther Braxton (Parts 1 & 2)

So, The Blacklist gets the coveted post-Superbowl slot and that means they are going to up their game and give us something special with more eyes on it and I think they did exactly that with Ron Perlman being cast as the episodes big bad Luther Braxton. His whole set up was good and I really liked how he was able to overtake the prison. Speaking of prisons, with it being set on a 'Oil Rig' out in the middle of the ocean, it played very much like that of The Rock and that wasn't a bad thing. The Conclusion  (Part 2) was kind of a letdown in terms of not getting the payoff I wanted. The first episode was setting up the showdown that would likely occur between Luther and Red. But for whatever reason, the writers chose to not go there. Instead, they had Red basically kill Luther off camera. Dropped the ball there. But the rest of the episode was good, especially digging into Keen's repressed memory, looking for the fulcrum. I knew that they would pretty much discount the information we finally get as being the byproduct of something else all together, as in her mind may be playing tricks on her.
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