As we get ready for The Blacklist season 7 episode 4, it looks as though there is a lot of great content to prepare yourself for. After all, this will be an episode that focuses on Harold Cooper in a different light than you’re used to!
If you think back to the very first season of the NBC show, there was a lot made at that time about some of what happened to Harold in Kuwait. Reddington knows quite a bit about it, perhaps more so than almost any other character who the FBI Task Force head spends some time with.
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There’s going to be a lot of interesting story coming within the October 25 episode “Kuwait” when it comes to Harold’s backstory. While NBC isn’t giving a TON of details away about it right now, the full Blacklist season 7 episode 4 synopsis offers a taste:
10/25/2019 (08:00PM – 09:00PM) (Friday) : Cooper’s moral compass is tested when an officer whom he served with as young man, long presumed to be dead, resurfaces as a POW. TV-14 V
So what sort of secrets of Harold’s could be revealed here? We do wonder if they are the sort that would cause some to view him in a slightly different light than before. This could be a major component to this episode … or at the very least, explain further why his “moral compass” could prove to be in a tight spot. If he doesn’t want any dark secret of his to be exposed, we wouldn’t be shocked if he did everything within his power to keep things buried … at least if his sense of morality doesn’t get in the way.
How Reddington gets involved in this story, one way or another, could prove to be one of the most interesting things about it. We know that he could try to influence Cooper; heck, could he be responsible in some way for the man surfacing after so many years?
What do you want to see when it comes to The Blacklist season 7 episode 4?
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