Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by The Panda, Sep 19, 2013.
I certainly hope we find out who is in that suitcase, which hasn't been mentioned for some time now.
Hey, am I crazy, or have the producers completely forgotten that Liz has a 4-year-old kid? I hate shows where the children kind of come and go from the story, and only appear when there's a plot point to be made or when it's convenient.
Yeah, they've been stringing us along for 7 years without a real resolution. This story from some months ago claims that the current season may not be the final one, so the wingnuts running the show may go another 20-22 episodes and still not give us any answer...
‘The Blacklist’ Renewed For Season 8 By NBC – Deadline
The worst thing about the version of "Landslide" played in the show was that it was a fairly-recent remake done by Stevie Nicks, and not the classic 1975 Fleetwood Mac original. Much cheaper to license for TV that way.
i am surprised they didn't use the dixie chicks version of 'landslide', probably even cheaper.
Gee, I’m so glad we finally got all the promised answers in this special episode. Honestly, it’d be great if they’d dump this endless and pointless storyline and go back to individual episodes.
'the blacklist' has started to become an exercise in mediocrity.
I thought it was the bones of the real Red?
To tell you the truth, I haven't really followed closely this last season. I usually have it on in the background while playing on the computer. Last I knew of the 'mythology' was that Keen killed the real Red when she was a little girl, and her mother's partner, played by Gabriel Mann, underwent surgery to look like him, and take his place. But he's really not him, correct, her old partner is really the Brian Dennehy character?
Have they actually revealed who it is that's actually impersonating Reddington?
they have basically revealed nothing......they just keep dangling the same mysteries at the audience week after week after week.
they desperately need to get this **** over with and get back to the original premise of the show with one new blacklister each week to be caught.
Right? And so much for the producers of the show's lame excuses that they needed to recast Brian Dennehy's role because they needed his character because he was so pivotal, that he had answers, blah, blah, blah...
Far as I can tell, they had ABSOLUTELY no purpose in recasting, except to further bollix up what used to (long ago) a good show.
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