The Blacklist – The Cyranoid

by Alan Rapp on March 8, 2021

in Television Reviews 

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The Blacklist - The Cyranoid television review

It’s been a couple of years since I sat down and watched and episode of The Blacklist. Honestly, I was a bit surprised it was still on. Built on deceptions, secrets, swerves, the battle of wills, and half-truths, the show long ago outlived the original plotline and has attempt to continue to morph in able to keep things going while struggling to still keep its storyline at least marginally plausible. “The Cyranoid” is good example at how ridiculous things have gotten. Mara Davi guest-stars as a stand-in for Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone who doesn’t appear on camera), an agent with a camera and microphone following Keen’s instructions which include proposing a partnership with Neville Townsend (Reg Rogers) and committing murder in the black site of the FBI. While primarily focused on the search for Keen, the episode also features an ongoing storyline about Raymond Reddington‘s (James Spader) fear the FBI is closing in on an asset who still has an important role to play in his larger byzantine schemes.

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