The Blacklist (2013– )
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Tom Connolly (No. 11) 

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Liz discovers she's been framed by The Cabal, prompting Red to tap into his connections to clear her name. Also: Cooper receives stunning news; and the task force is plagued by trust issues.

Director:

Michael W. Watkins (as Michael Watkins)

Writers:

Jon Bokenkamp (created by), John Eisendrath | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Spader ... Raymond 'Red' Reddington
Megan Boone ... Elizabeth Keen
Diego Klattenhoff ... Donald Ressler
Ryan Eggold ... Tom Keen
Amir Arison ... Aram Mojtabai
Mozhan Marnò ... Samar Navabi
Harry Lennix ... Harold Cooper
David Strathairn ... Peter Kotsiopulos
Hisham Tawfiq ... Dembe Zuma
Reed Birney ... Tom Connolly
Susan Blommaert ... Mr. Kaplan
Adriane Lenox ... Reven Wright
Russell G. Jones ... Agent Colby
Max Baker ... Leo Andropov
J.W. Cortes ... Agent Suarez
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Storyline

Liz discovers she's been framed by The Cabal, prompting Red to tap into his connections to clear her name. Also: Cooper receives stunning news; and the task force is plagued by trust issues.

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Trivia

David Strathairn plays a CIA Director in the series. He also played a CIA Director in The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) and The Bourne Legacy (2012). See more »

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At the bottom of agent Keen's "Most Wanted" poster, it has her identifying information listed, with the first line stating "Age: 31." The posters on either side don't have "Age" listed, instead they have "Date of Birth." See more »

Quotes

Elizabeth Keen: Turn. Up there. On the right.
Tom Keen: Yeah, I see him.
Elizabeth Keen: You're losing him!
Tom Keen: Are you honestly telling me how to drive right now?
Elizabeth Keen: Yes! I'm not the one who hit a deer on the turnpike.
Tom Keen: That was not deer blood on the windshield.
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An Ending, A Beginning
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Performed by Dustin O'Halloran
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Episode was fine my least favorite of the finales.
4 December 2019 | by lukebernstein3See all my reviews

I don't know why this is episode is rated so highly. The best part of this episode is at the end when red and Liz meet up at the bench. This is a finale that focuses way to much on Liz and not enough of red. And why could they not have written more for James spader? This was a season finale. Compared to Berlin this doesn't leave a lasting impression as a finale. It does how ever lead into season 3 which is the best season. I don't understand why the writers chose to keep red out of a lot of the episode especially the climax with Tom Connelly. In Berlin is was the axact opposite. Red was front and center most of the episode especially once the fake Berlin is located. Season finale should have a lot of focus on Red. That's a rule I have for rating finales and also preimieres and also mid season finakes. And this season 2 finale falls short in the Red department. I didn't mind that it was red and Cooper confronting Connelly. But this is a season finale. red should have been there to.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Cantonese

Release Date:

14 May 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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