The mission for Elizabeth Keen through much of “The Blacklist” season 3 has been, at least for the most part, relatively simple: Find a way if at all possible to clear her name. Of course, at the same time avoiding capture has been an imperative part of the plan.
So what happens when we start to see both the FBI and a Blacklister both decide to take down Liz in their own way? This will be the focus of next week’s all-new episode entitled “Arioch Cain.” While the bureau has no intention to anything to help Liz (they want to arrest her), doesn’t that at the moment seem like a better alternative than getting killed? Clearly, Red and Liz seem to think so, given that James Spader’s character may at one point decide to take some pretty drastic measures in order to ensure that she is safe.
If you have not seen the official synopsis for this particular episode just yet, you can take a look at it now below:
“An enormous bounty is posted for Agent Keen drawing out any number of unknown assassins while the FBI and Reddington join forces to protect her.”
By the time we make it to the end of his hour, is it possible that the FBI and Liz could be closer to being on the same page? We’re a little hesitant to say that just yet, but since that is tied so much into the fabric of the show, we do imagine that this is something that will surface at some point eventually. We’ll have some other analysis all about the show until then.
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