‘The Blacklist’ season 3 spoilers: Will the FBI find Liz and Red?
From the very beginning of “The Blacklist” season 3, Elizabeth Keen and Raymond Reddington are going to have one primary struggle: Trying to find a way to avoid the watchful gaze of the FBI. They are going to determine that this is no easy task; this is why you have Megan Boone’s character going relatively incognito in a blonde wig, and while you also have the two of them traveling about from place. They have not left America when the show returns on October 1, but they have to at least realize that they are going to be in danger no matter where they go.
How about the Russian embassy? Is that somewhere that Liz could actually hide for some time given her newly-learned ties to the country? This is something that she could consider as a last course of action moving into the second episode of the season, which airs on October 8 and is entitled “Marvin Gerard” after an attorney who could lend a helping hand. For more on that, take a look at the synopsis below:
“Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) is hot on the trail for Liz (Megan Boone) after she escapes to the Russian embassy for safety. There is no one left for her to trust but Red (James Spader), who enlists a lawyer named Marvin Gerard to get them out of a sticky hostage situation. Meanwhile, the FBI tries to force Cooper (Harry Lennix) out of the task force.”
We know that eventually, the FBI does have to find a way to track them down, if for no other reason than that the show is about their interactions with Liz. Maybe you can keep her as a wanted criminal for some time, but if you made her so good at hiding that the bureau never found her, two things would happen:
1. The show would be very uneventful.
2. The FBI would look like complete idiots.